Humble Bundle For Android 3 Launches With More Android Games
The Humble Indie Bundle is back with more independent games for Android users.
The new Humble Bundle for Android 3 lets gamers pay what they want for four Android games. Those games include Fieldrunners, Bit.Trip Beat, SpaceChem, and Uplink. Gamers who pay above the average price (which is currently $6.06) also get a copy of Spirits for a total of five Android games.
Every game in the bundle also comes with access to the desktop versions of each game. Users can choose to play the games on PC, Mac, or even Linux in addition to Android. Some of the games are new to specific desktop platforms, and two (Bit.Trip Beat and Spirits) are new to Android.
Gamers that buy the bundle can choose where their money goes to. By default the money is split between the developers, Child’s Play, the EFF, and the Humble Bundle organizers. Buyers can change the split, however, and even make all of their money go towards one organization if they prefer.
Every game in the bundle comes with a soundtrack in either MP3 or FLAC format.
With the exception of Uplink, these games are available on iOS as well, but such a bundle isn’t possible with iOS games. As with every Humble Bundle, every game including is great. We can easily recommend every game in the bundle, and there’s no better way to buy them. Just buying a copy of one game on PC and Android would cost more than the average price which comes with five games across multiple platforms. That’s a hard deal to beat.
03/27/2013 at 7:42 pm
Not sure about “isn’t possible” (you can gift App Store apps, therefore the people selling the apps could gift them, possibly even in an automated way) but at the very least they don’t seem to be interested in doing it.