Humble Bundles show up roughly every two weeks, and are a good way to contribute to charity while also snagging a bucket of affordable games. The recently launched Humble microJUMBO Bundle packages a bunch of indie games for a low price, but it’s quite different to previous bundles. For one, some of the games can be yours for free.

Humble Bundles usually have some sort of theme tying them together, and this one is “small, affordable indie games”. Paying whatever price you want gets you retro-styled adventure game Space Pilgrim: Episode I to IV, Geometry Dash, Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator, and Pony Island. The latter is at the top of my “Steam games you know are really good but haven’t played even though you own them” list. Don’t lie, we all have that list.

Beating the average gets you Who’s Your Daddy?, Town of Salem, hack_me 1 and 2, Oh…Sir! The Hollywood Roast, and the excellent Devil Daggers. All proceeds of this bundle go towards The AbleGamers Foundation, an organisation that brings gaming to people with physical disabilities, usually by providing specialised controllers.

The Humble microJUMBO Bundle will run until 22 August, and you can pick up Pony Island and Space Pilgrim Episode I: Alpha Centauri for free by providing your email address.