Humble Bundle 10 Released, Features Metal Slug 3, Symphony and More

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You know what makes a good week even better? A new Humble Bundle for us to get our hands on. The tenth edition of the original Humble Bundle is upon us offering up some great games for a great cause. Let’s get to it.

For those of you who don’t know, the Humble Bundle is an effort to promote great indie developed games in a way that benefits the developers and charity more than the big game companies. Not only do you get to pay what you want, but you get to decide how much money goes to the developers, charities and such.

This time around, the three base games are Symphony, Draw a Stickman: EPIC, and Galcon Legends. Symphony lets you turn your own music collection into a battle ground. We have featured Draw a Stickman before and loved the unique drawing gameplay it brings and Galcon Legends allows you to try and take over the galaxy.

Those three games come with any amount you pay, but if you pay above $4.74 (at the time of this writing), you can unlock four more games. Metal Slug 3, Skulls of the Shogun, Fieldrunners 2, and Breach & Clear all come with your purchase as long as you pay above the average price. What’s great is that all of these games are cross platform, meaning you can play them on Android and Steam and with some games on Mac and Linux as well. As if that wasn’t already enough good news, the Bundle usually grows a week after it launches, so if you pay above the average you get the extra games that are released later as well.

If your game library needs something new, head on over to Humble Bundle’s website and check it out.




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