The Humble Bundle is typically made up of bi-weekly pay-what-you-want packages of games from various publishers and developers, but today the company announced something a little more traditional.
Customers can now choose individual titles any time through the Humble Store
In another departure from the Humble Bundles the money is also divided up at a fixed rate, with 75% going to the developers, 15% to the Humble guys and 10% to charity,
The charities included are American Red Cross, Child's Play, Electronic Frontier Foundation, World Land Trust, and charity:water. Humble customers have contributed more than US$28 million to charity so far.
"The Humble Store is a permanent addition to our Humble site that will allow our customers to buy great games at great prices 24/7 and support charity with every purchase," the company said in a blog post.
Humble will continue offering its pay-what-you-want Bundles and Weekly Sales.
As of right now the site is offering DRM-free downloads of a handful of titles for 50 to 75% off retail prices, to celebrate the launch.
Today's games include Don't Starve, Prison Architect, Rogue Legacy, The Swapper, Natural Selection 2, Euro Truck Simulator 2, Chivalry, Orcs Must Die 2, and Gunpoint.
All games in the current lineup are available on Steam and several also have DRM-free and Linux options as well. There are even a couple of Mac versions in there.
Check out the Humble Store for yourself here.