Humble Bundle has arrived and once again, it has been done with Android users in mind. This latest is the Humble Bundle 5 and it includes some games and some soundtracks. Specifically, this bundle includes six games and five soundtracks. Perhaps a bit more important though, this bundle continues the tradition of you setting the price and also donating some money to charity.
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Humble Bundle for Android 4, and like clockwork, a batch of new games have been added to tempt those who may be on the fence. It isn't as if the folks at Humble Bundle need much help in the sales area though, with more than 125,000 bundles sold and more than $775,000 raised. Not bad, and these additional games make the name-your-price deal even sweeter.
Humble Bundle veteran knows that the games announced at the beginning of any given promotion are only the preliminary round. Like every Humble Bundle before it, the same holds true for the Humble Bundle for Android 3, as four additional games have been tossed into the mix. You'll have to shell enough to the beat the average purchase price if you want them though, and at the time of this writing, the average sits at $6.17.
Humble Indie Bundle has arrived, and once again, its indie game goodness is being offered on Android. As with past bundles, the Humble Indie Bundle for Android 3 (which is a ridiculous name) lets buyers name their own price on a collection of indie games. A customizable portion of your purchase price goes to charity, so not only do you get a handful of excellent indie games on the cheap, but you also get to feel good about giving some money where it's truly needed.
Humble Bundle for Android 2, the second collection of DRM-free, pay-what-you-want games that benefit some worthy causes. The second Humble Bundle included four games and a fifth if you donated more than the average. As with the original Humble Bundle for Android, they've added a fifth game: Snuggle Truck, a 2d platforming/driving hybid. In Snuggle Truck you drive your beaten-down pickup through a platforming level, keeping as many stuffed animals safely within the bed as possible. Yeah, we don't get it either.
Humble Bundle for Android did so well they've decided a part 2 was in order. For those that don't know what this is, you basically get to name your price and get awesome games that work on Android, and are cross-platform with Windows, Mac, and Linux too. Check it out below.
Android Humble Bundle, raising almost $800,000 for developers and charities like the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play. To celebrate, the organizers have thrown in a fifth game, Toki Tori, an updated version of Two Tribes' classic puzzle/platformer. New purchasers can access Toki Tori after paying, and those who have already bought the bundle can download the new game via their unique link. To get the bonus game World of Goo you still need to pay more than the average, now sitting at $6.12.