The Humble Bundle page is well-known for their weekly bundles and flash sales, on a pay-what-you-want basis. They have now launched something a little different, the Humble Store. With many companies and indie developers contributing to the cause that they present, which aims to provide a form of donation to charity by means of purchasing games, there are often a few games and bundles left lying around before being added to a bundle, inevitably increasing in number over time. The store forms part of an attempt to present those ‘donated’ games to prospective buyers on a daily basis. Although the sales still contribute toward charity, the amounts are fixed to 10% Charity (split between American Red Cross, Child’s Play, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation), 75% Creator, and 15% Humble Tip. The first sale day started yesterday, which ends in a few hours.