Humble Bundle With Android 6 Includes Stealth Bastard Deluxe, Organ Trail
Humble Bundle Inc. is offering another Humble Indie Bundle targeting mobile gamers. Humble Bundle With Android 6 offers up several games for Android devices as well as PC, Mac and Linux.
Frozen Synapse is a turn-based combat sim with single-player and multiplayer modes. Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars - Directorís Cut is a classic point-and-click adventure with new content. In Aquaria, players explore a 2D underwater fantasy world. Players must group together hexagons in puzzle game Fractal. Organ Trail is a parody of cross-country adventure Oregon Trail with zombies. Stealth Bastard Deluxe, as the name implies, tasks players with infiltrating bases and evading enemy detection. Pulse, an Android-only title, allows the player to create colorful patterns by tapping the screen through rhythmic tapping.
Also included in the bundle are official soundtracks for each game. They can be downloaded in either MP3 or FLAC format.
Can you pay a single cent for the bundle? Yes, you can. No one's going to stop you. They will, however, show you this picture:
Yes, they'll actually show that picture to you. I'm not sure if it actually succeeds in shaming anyone but it sure is an entertaining picture.
Furthermore, Frozen Synapse and Broken Sword will only be available if you pay more than the average customer. The average is currently $4.79. Typically Humble Bundles will add bonus games about a week after they go on sale as well, and these bonuses are restricted to folks who paid more than average.
All of the games in the bundle are offered without DRM. You'll get direct download links for each title after you make the purchase. Steam keys are also offered, but only if you pay $1 or more for the bundle.
"Please note that this is the debut release for some of the Android and Linux versions of the games. Thanks for your patience while the developers fix any 1.0 bugs as quickly as they can, and donít hesitate to contact us if you run into any issues!" says Humble Bundle Inc."
Customers can choose where their money goes toward as well. They can send all of it to developers, Humble Bundle Inc., charity Child's Play, or the digital rights advocacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation. Or they can split the money up among those groups in whatever manner they choose. The website has little scales so you can easily divide up your money among the different recipients.
The bundle's two-week sale is off to a successful start. In the hours since its launch, over 27,000 gamers have bought it. They've raised over $130,000 in the process.
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