The Humble Bundle Hits the Road


A new Humble Bundle is here and this time your Android gets to play too.

Do I even need to explain it at this point? New Humble Bundle. Pay what you want. Support charity! Awesome indie games, no DRM. But there is a bit of a twist this time around, because this bundle is all about the Android.

Here’s what you get: Anomaly: Warzone Earth, a sort of “reverse tower defense” game that’s a lot of fun; Osmos, deceptively simple and also much fun; and Edge, which scores bonus points as the game that brought Tim Langdell to ruin. You should be giving these guys your money just for that! And as if that’s not enough, anyone who pays more than the average price [currently standing at $5.33] will also get the stupidly good World of Goo.

And that’s not all! This is an Android bundle, but it also includes the PC, Mac and Linux version of the games, and the soundtracks too! As an old friend of mine used to say, that there is a powerful good deal.

As a seasoned industry professional, you can trust me when I say that most Android games are crap. These, however, are not. Any one of them is worth the price of admission, since the price of admission is whatever you feel like throwing down, but all four of them, plus the desktop versions, plus the soundtracks? My God, man! It’s madness!, people. You know what to do.

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