The Humble Bundle was first introduced as a means to package several Indie games together and allow gamers to pay what they want for all the games. The most recent iteration of the Humble Bundle features several AAA titles from THQ, the first bundle that wasn't focused on Indie games from small developers. In addition to featuring big games from a well known company, this is the first bundle that features DRM in the form of Steam and was also restricted to Windows. The THQ bundle managed to raise $2.4 million in the first 24 hours, eclipsing the totals of all but one of the previous bundles. However, there has been some speculation that a lot of that money is going entirely to charity and that THQ won't be seeing a large chunk of that money.