Humble Bundle has launched a new package deal including over R1500 worth of DRM-free PC indie games that you can pay whatever you want for, available from now until 30 May. Hit the jump for more.

At its lowest tier, you can pick up Ziggurat, Windward, and SteamWorld Heist for any amount you’re willing to pay. Beating the average ($7.50 currently) gets you Beholder, Kentucky Route Zero: Season Pass Edition as well as its soundtrack, and the ever strange Goat Simulator: GOATY. More games are promised to join this tier in six days, according to a newly added countdown timer. The highest tier of $13 or more gets you all of the above and Owlboy, a platformer that took nine years to develop, plus its soundtrack.

As usual, the beneficiaries of this Bundle are Electronic Frontier Foundation, a group dedicated to protecting internet users’ digital rights and privacy, and Child’s Play, a charity founded by Penny Arcade that provides sick children with video games and systems.

Besides the Bundle, check out the Humble Store’s Spring sale, which runs until 25 May and gives five percent of proceeds to GamesAid.