Humble Bundle with Android 5 Released
Everyone’s favorite indie game sale for charity is back with yet another pack for the Android faithful! Released just yesterday, Humble Bundle has released Humble Bundle with Android 5, releasing 4 games that are compatible with Mac, PC, Linux and Android; Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, NightSky HD and Solar 2. In addition, for users who pay more than the average, they are gifted an additional 2 games; Dungeon Defenders (with all DLC included) and Super Hexagon.
In each Humble Bundle, players pay what they want for the bundle of games offered, always getting bonus games should they exceed the average amount paid by their peers. Considering one or two of these games run $5 a piece on their given platforms, these deals are always worth it for the thrifty gamers. Users can also set how much goes to the given charity, developers or to set off any costs Humble Bundle incurs. You can choose to give all of it to charity, or perform whatever split you deem appropriate.
Included with the 6 game pack are the soundtracks for 5 of these games, coming in both MP3 and FLAC formats, a common practice for any Humble Bundle. At the time of the release of this story, the price to pay to get all 6 games plus soundtracks is less than $7, with almost 90,000 people purchasing this pack so far, the author of this story included. Considering you pay a little more than $1 per game plus 5 soundtracks, that’s a pretty good deal.
Anyone buying this bundle will get a great assortment of amazing games. Dynamite Jack is a 2-D top view platformer meets Bomberman, in which a prisioned Space Marine is escaping the mines in which he was enslaved to work. For those looking for a unique taste on rhythm games, Beat Hazard Ultra (reviewed by GameWoof) is a critically acclaimed multiplatform title which users play an Asteroids-like game that goes to the beat of your music stored on your Android device. Solar 2 is a unique take on the classic Asteroids-style arcade game, where you not only are shooting other space objects, but moving them around as well to solve a plethora of puzzles. What happens when you combine a game like Marble Madness with the graphic display and styles of Limbo? You get a game like NightSky HD, where users must guide a Sphere through artistically designed worlds.
The two additional games are a must have for any Android player and definitely worth splurging for. Super Hexagon, (reviewd by GameWoof) created by the makers of VVVVVV, is a game in which you prevent a shape from colliding into the walls of the enclosed Hexagon by maneuvering it to safety. Dungeon Defenders is the hit game on Steam, that mixes Tower Defense elements with those of a classic RPG game. Keep in mind, Dungeon Defenders is no longer available on the Google Play store, so getting it via the Humble Bundle is the only way to obtain it for an Android device.
For more information and to obtain all of these awesome titles, check out the Humble Bundle’s website at www.humblebundle.com