The Humble Bundle with Android 5 is literally on fire, selling over 150,000 copies and crossed the $1 million mark a few days back.
Now there are three extra reasons to buy the bundle. You guessed it right, three more games have been added to the bundle.
The Humble Bundle for Android 5 originally included the following six games:
- Super Hexagon
- Dungeon Defenders
- Beat Hazard Ultra
- Dynamite Jack
- Solar 2
- NightSky HD
The three games that have been added today are:
- Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP
- Crayon Physics Deluxe
Here is a video which shows you the games from the Humble Bundle Android 5:
Only 5 of the games from this bundle are currently available on the Play Store, and their total original cost (if you bought them there) comes to $19 approx.
3 games from this bundle (Dynamite Jack, Nightsky HD, and Crayon Physics Deluxe) will make their Play Store debut soon. The other is an old hit, none other than Dungeon Defenders:Second Wave, which unfortunately was taken down from the Play Store by the developer who had issues with server hosting.
Still don’t think it is worth buying? How about this? You also get the DRM free versions of these game for Windows, Linux and Mac as well. Now that brings the total to 36 games.
And there’s more, you can optionally redeem free keys for the Steam and Ubuntu Software Center versions. Finally you also get the soundtracks from these games.
Official quote from the Humble Bundle website:
If you bought the items in this bundle
separately it would cost over $170,
but we’re letting you set the price!
Now that’s what I call a real bundle!
Remember, you are not just buying these cool stuff, but are also supporting charities as well. Be a good heart and support them.
Here is the link to get this bundle. https://www.humblebundle.com/
Note: You have to pay more than the average price to unlock the 5 games and the soundtracks. The five bonus games are: Splice, Super Hexagon, Sword & Sworcery EP,Dungeon Defenders, Crayon Physics Deluxe.
You only have about 6 days left to buy this bundle. But you can download the games at any time you choose too.
P.S: Maybe they will add some more games to this bundle. Who knows?