The legacy of the Humble Bundle continues on with the fourth iteration launched today. Gaming enthusiasts can open up their wallets and see how much money they have to pay for these 6 awesome games. As usual, you can choose how much you wish to pay and where you want the money to go between developers, charity and other ends. The games included are Walking Mars, Splice, Crayon Physics Deluxe, Eufloria HD and Superbrothers: Sword & Sorcery. If you pay above a certain amount you can get Machinarium added on at the end, another great game. (more…)
The folks behind the Humble Bundle just pinged us because they have included 4 additional games in the current bundle #3 that was launched last week. Thanks to an ultra-successful campaign that eclipsed $500K in sales and 80,000 purchases, they thought this was a great way to reward everyone. The new games are Osmos, Anomaly: Warzone Earth, World of Goo, and EDGE. All of this titles were featured in previous bundles, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that you haven’t had a chance to grab them yet. (more…)
The Humble Bundle has returned this morning for a third time, giving gaming enthusiasts a chance to pick up four games at a price they can set themselves. As is always the case, you get to specify where your money goes when buying these games. You can choose to help fund a charity (Child’s Play or the EFF), give back to the developers of the games, or toss in a tip to the Humble Bundle crew. You can spend a dollar if you’d like, or you can jump up the price to whatever you feel is necessary. If you pay more than the average price, you’ll get access to a 5th game.
The Humble Bundle #3 games are Fieldrunners, Bit.Trip Beat, SpaceChem, Uplink, and Spriits. (more…)
Last week’s Humble Bundle for Android received a new title this morning in Snuggle Truck. It’s a 2D platformer that involves a truck and its cargo. The goal is to get to the finish line without losing your cargo while various objects try to rid you of it. Looks entertaining enough, right?
For those that already purchased the Humble Bundle, you can download this app for free at no extra cost. Simply find your confirmation email or check in the HB app and you should now have a download link for the game. If you see a game in there titled “Smuggle Truck” as well, think of it as the not-so-safe-for-work version of the game. Same concept, but a “satirical take” on immigration, according to its creators.
If you have not purchased the new Humble Bundle yet, hit up the source link below.
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The previous Humble Bundle for Android was such a success, that its creators are launching version 2 this morning with 5 games, brand new to our favorite platform. For those not familiar with the service, think of it as a bidding process for DRM-free apps, only you can bid whatever you want and still receive the entire bundle. The value of all of the games in this latest bundle sits somewhere around $57, but you can bid $1 if you’d like. Just remember, that part of the deal is to support charities and developers of the apps.
In this latest bundle, Android enthusiasts will find 5 games new to Android that all look impressive. The list is as follows:
- Zen Bound 2: the meditative 3D puzzler
- Canabalt: the indie parkour platformer
- Cogs: the critically acclaimed steampunk indie puzzler
- Avadon: The Black Fortress: an Android tablet special — the epic, old-school role-playing game
If you pay more than the average price, you get a 5th game for free – that game is Swords & Soldiers.
Visit HumbleBundle.com to get in on the fun.
What happens when you package up four of Android’s über popular games and give someone the option of paying whatever they want for them? It’s called Humble Bundle. They’ve teamed up with app developers to give people the option of getting the best games, while also donating to helpful children’s charities. Awesome, right? Buy Anomaly, Osmos HD, and Edge for a certain amount, and then get World of Goo thrown in for free as long as you donate just $4 and some change. In the long run, you’re saving money on the games and you’re even able to have all the proceeds go to the charities. (more…)