The Humble Voxatron Bundle raised a total of $902,448 after two weeks on sale.
This is the latest in a series of indie game packages that allow customers to pay whatever they want, and divide the money in any way between the participating developers and charities.
The bundle included Voxatron, Chocolate Castle, Jasper's Journeys, Zen Puzzle Garden and Gish. The partner charities were Child's Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
172,263 copies of the bundle were sold in total, at an average price of $5.24. Customers that paid above the average also received Blocks That Matter and The Binding Of Isaac.
Linux users paid an average of $8.54, with Mac users paying $6.66 and Windows users paying $4.70. Mojang founder Markus "Notch" Persson was the single biggest contributor, paying $2000.