Humble Bundle expands multiplatform offering with more games and soundtracks

October 22, 2013
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As expected, right in the middle of their latest campaign, the folks over at Humble Bundle have yet again thrown in more goodies into the mix. Coming to the Humble Bundle 7 for PC and Android are three more games and their accompanying soundtracks That is, if you beat the current average.

Organ Trail: Director's Cut is coming to the Humble Bundle, just in time for Halloween. This indie-made parody of video game Oregon Trail places you in a pixelized world, fighting for survival against the latest trendy apocalyptic menace to plague our pop culture: zombies. Anomaly Korea is tower defense game with a change in perspective, putting the player in charge of plotting out the invasion against the defenses of an alien-riddled Korea. And finally, Broken Sword: Director's Cut returns once more to the bundle, bringing the classic point-and-click adventure to Android players everywhere.

The latest update also brings in something new to the original set, adding the Europe DLC of Ticket to Ride into the fray when you pay more than the average. Previously, only the USA 1910 DLC was available for no extra cost. Of course, you'll still be getting a handful of indie games such as Greed Corp, Incredipede, and Anodyne, as well as Bard's Tale and Worms Reloaded for PC and Worms 2: Armageddon for Android. That's quite a bargain for a "pay what you want" deal.

There's still 6 days to go and the average has dipped slightly lower at $6.21 compared to last week. Those who have already paid more than the average will automatically get the new games and music. Humble Bundle is also adding Dwolla for those who prefer a more flexible payment option.

SOURCE: Humble Bundle


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