Yes, fellow gamers, Humble Indie Bundle V is out, the pay what you want platform that gets you games as you pay however much you want to get games and give to charity or the developers if you so choose. Unlike the IndieGala Bundle which offers like twelve games, this bundle only includes five at the moment, but they're pretty good.
As I said it is a pay-what-you-want model, for those of you who saw my previous posts on these bundles, you know this and can skip this paragraph. For those of you who are new to this, it means what it sounds like. You set the price you want to pay, and you get games. Though they did implement a $1 minimum if you want to get a steam key, but if you do under that, you don't get that warm fuzzy feeling from helping charity and still getting the games cheaper than their worth on Steam, but you still get them DRM-Free.
As for the charities it supports, it is the same two as most of the time; EFF and Child's Play. EFF helps protect your digital rights on the internet and Child's play helps bring gaming to sick kids in hospitals. Both great foundations, and both deserving of any money you can give them.
The two games that are rather noteworthy in this bundle are Bastion and Psychonauts. Bastion which was made by Supergiant Games, but produced by Warner Bros. interactive is a very fun action game that is driven by story-telling. If you want Bastion, you need to beat the current minimum which is about $7 1/2 right now and going up as bundles get sold, so if you want it plus all of the games a bit cheaper, now is the time to pick it up. As for Psychonauts, it is made by the legend Tim Schafer who also got a sizable amount from Notch to make a sequel, that is because this game is so quirky and fun. This game is a little bit older, being released in 2005, but that doesn't make it any less fun. It's a platformer that revolves around humor and strong story telling.
Out of the other games in the bundle; Amnesia: The Dark Desent, LIMBO, and Superbrother: Sword & Sworcery EP, I've only played LIMBO, which was a fun darker themed side scrolling puzzle platformer game. Which, even if you like even just one or two of the games on the list, it is still worth the dollar minimum to get the Steam key for them.