Acclaimed independent video games Braid, Super Meat Boy and Lone Survivor have been added to the fundraising pay what you want Humble Bundle V collection of video games, bringing the total to eight games.

Gamers will need to pay at least the average price people have donating in order to get a hold of the extra three games, which currently stands at just over $8 (£5). All those that have already purchased the bundle will find the new games available on their account.

This brings the total face value of the bundle to $155 (£100).

Braid is a platform puzzle game follows a protagonist named Tim on a quest to rescue a princess from a monster. Traditional platforming dynamics are combined with time-manipulation powers to help players find and assemble jigsaw puzzle pieces in order to progress.

Super Meat Boy is another platformer that involves a red, cube-shaped character known as Meat Boy who is trying to rescue his girlfriend Bandage Girl from the antagonist Dr Fetus. Gamers have to make split-second decisions and utilise very precise controlling in order to make their way through 300 levels.

Lastly, Lone Survivor is a 2D survival horror game set in a post-apocalyptic world where everyone but the protagonist is a violent mutant. He has limited supplies of food and his increasingly becoming unstable due to his isolation. Gamers control him as he leaves his apartment on a quest to find other survivors.

These games join LIMBO, Bastion, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, Psychonauts and Amnesia: the Dark Descent, which were all already available in the bundle.

So far more than 460,000 bundles have been sold, raising over $3,800,000 for two charities, the developers as well as the company running the promotion.

There is six days remaining for gamers to get their hands on these cut price games.ADNFCR-1220-ID-801380740-ADNFCR
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