Humble Bundle V has become the highest-grossing package in the series' history, grossing over $5m (£3.18m) from only two weeks of sale.
The bundle originally consisted of the highly acclaimed indie games Bastion, Limbo, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Psychonauts and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP. On June 7, Braid, Super Meat Boy and Lone Survivor were also added.
The Humble Bundle allows gamers to pay what they like for the games, even letting them specify the way their money will be split between developers and charities.
A total of $5,106,764 (£3,249,244) was raised from 598,978 purchases once the offer concluded on June 13.
The average price of purchase for those using Windows was $7.97 (£5.07), with $9.99 (£6.36) for Mac users and $12.50 (£7.95) for Linux users.
Minecraft developer Markus Persson (aka Notch) and Humble Brony Bundle, a collective of independent game fans, continued their trend of one-upping each other's donation through the duration of the offer, finally donating a total of $12,345.67 (£7,855) and $13,167.84 (£8,378) respectively.
The sales of the fifth Humble Bundle easily outstripped the already impressive sales of its predecessor, which made more than $2.37m (£1.51m) in revenue from over 435,000 bundles sold.