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Thanks to Major Success, 5 Additional Games Added to Humble Bundle 4


If you are one of the supporters of the Humble Bundle for Android, we thank you. Thanks to major sales, the HB team released an additional five games into the bundle for those who pay over the average price. The games included are “alumni” to the bundle, which include five titles that were previously available in the second edition; Avadon, Canabalt, Cogs, Swords and Soldiers, and Zen Bound 2.

If you have yet to go pick up these games for a “name your price” fee, then this would be the time. 

After three prior Android bundles, we’re very proud that the gaming community continues to love our handpicked selection of games that we think are innovative, solid, and overall fantastic titles on both mobile platforms and desktop computers.

As part of our celebration, we’ve added 5 more games to the Humble Bundle for Android 4: this time we’ve chosen to include some Android alumni!  These games were all originally featured in Humble Bundle for Android 2.  This includes:

  • the RPG fantasy saga Avadon: The Black Fortress by Spiderweb Software
  • the indie parkour platformer Canabalt by Semi Secret Software
  • the 3D mechanical puzzle game Cogs by Lazy 8 Studios
  • the side-scrolling strategy rumblefest Swords & Soldiers HD by Ronimo Games and Two Tribes
  • the groundbreaking meditative puzzler Zen Bound 2 by Secret Exit

For those that have already bought the bundle, they’ll get the games automatically at no cost, immediately accessible from their download page.  New buyers can get the games by paying over the average price.  This will also get them:

  • the future-retro audiovisual concoction Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP by Capybara Games
  • the creative physics puzzler Crayon Physics Deluxe by Kloonigames
  • the plant-based interstellar RTS Eufloria by Omni Systems
  • the cell-splitting microbial puzzler Splice by Cipher Prime
  • the side-scrolling planetary adventure Waking Mars by Tiger Style
  • the mechanical point and click adventure Machinarium by Amanita Design

These games are all provided DRM-free and cross-platform, available for Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux. And we’ve also included some special extras!  All the games come with soundtracks if available (Avadon withstanding, as it has no soundtrack), and Steam keys are provided automatically with purchases of $1 or more.  For our Linux users, most of the games are also available on the Ubuntu Software Center!

Via: Humble Bundle

Cheers K!

  • TheFirstUniverseKing

    This is awesome news! I was an early supporter of Humble Bundle 4, so it’s nice that we still get the extra games. 😀

  • USFSigEpJoe

    Dumb question maybe but I’m at work and can’t access HumbleBundle FAQs. I’m getting a Nexus 10 (hopefully Monday/Tuesday *fingers crossed*) but want to get the apps now. If I get them now, will they download to my phone? Will I be able to use them on the Nexus 10? I’d obviously prefer to use them on the new hotness!

    • Pedro

      Yup. You get an email with a link to download the games for Android, Linux and Windows.
      You don’t have to download them all immediately.

      • JMonkeYJ

        there’s also a humble bundle app for android (you have to sideload it from their website) which i HIGHLY recommend. it keeps track of all your games and if they need updates!

  • timbo

    the future-retro audiovisual concoction Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP by Capybara Games!!!!!!!!!!

  • baniels

    I’d buy it if the transaction could use my google play credit.

    • you can buy at least some of the games on the play store. however, the humble bundle accepts paypal, amazon & google checkout.

      • baniels

        And google checkout gives me the option to use my play credit, but then tells me it is invalid.

        • ok, that is frustrating 🙂 you might try contacting the play store support, but i’m honestly not familiar if/how the play credit should work

  • justincase_2008

    If i remember those were all part of old packs as well.

    • “These games were all originally featured in Humble Bundle for Android 2.”

      • justincase_2008

        Would help if i read everything huh.

    • K. Nelson

      Yeah, I got really excited when I saw they added them! Then I noticed the names looked familiar. Yep, you guessed it! I already own Humble Bundle 2 :-/

  • MikeSaver

    Whatever happened to that whole thing where if you bought a Nexus 7 8GB before October you could get some money back? Was that only in Europe? I’m running low on memory up in here!

    • NicholasMicallef

      wasn’t that only for the 16GB version?