liwen · Feb 2, 2012 at 06:15 am

Humble Bundle Comes To Android, Pay What You Want For Four High-Quality Games

Most gamers and deal-hunters have probably heard of or even bought some Humble Bundles already, but for those not in the know, here’s the deal (quite literally): For a price that you choose yourself, you get a bundle of high-quality games that work cross-platform and without any type of DRM restriction. The Humble Bundles are designed to promote the work of indie developers, so while they may not include your typical standard gaming fare, the games included are usually extremely high-quality ones.

Each bundle is only available for two weeks, and usually a new one comes out every month or so. But while past bundles all consisted of PC games – for Windows, Mac and Linux – this time, Android versions are added into the mix. These are the games included:

All of these games have earned lots of critical acclaim from reviewers and players alike, so you most definitely can’t go wrong with them. To prevent people from paying only $0.01, however, there’s a catch: You only get World of Goo if you pay more than the average price. So, don’t be cheap!

What’s more, you can choose how the money should be distributed between the game developers, charities and the makers of the Humble Bundle themselves. One of the charities this time actually is the Electronis Frontier Foundation, which, among other things, is working on getting legal Megaupload user data recovered (the popular filehost has been shut down a few weeks ago).

Get the games at Humble Bundle, or read the official blog post.


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