@louiedog said: @mustachio said: @atwa said: I find it pretty off putting that people are actually complaining that they can't give away humble keys anymore.You get a bunch of games for almost nothing already. How can you complain?One of the main reasons I used Humble Bundle was to give games to people who I knew were too busy to go through the process themselves. I have a friend who works night shifts at a hospital for days on end, so sometimes he simply never has the opportunity to even find out a Humble Bundle is on. With the keys system I was able to buy a second bundle and simply send the keys via Steam/Facebook chat and we'd be able to play together when he was next available. This new system completely snuffs that out, if I understand it correctly.Who can't find 2 minutes during the 2 weeks that a bundle is going on, or one week for the weekly deals, to buy it, but will then have time to play the games? That's the most ridiculous thing I've read on the internet in awhile. And if that's actually the case, you can still gift bundles. You just can't buy a bundle and strip the keys out.Someone who's university course is split evenly between one month of placement at remote hospitals and care homes where he's basically completely out of contact, and one month at the actual university where he can have a normal student life. Sorry you find it so ridiculous, but not everybody on the planet has reliable internet access, even by phone. Anyway, thanks to @bobafettjm, @vargasprime and @officer_falcon for clearing up the gifting thing. Most outlets made it sound like it was going to be a direct tie to your account and your account only.