Tuesday, March 5, 2013

The Humble Bundle for Android 5 has gone Live!

The Humble Bundle for Android 5 has gone Live!

We’ve waiting with anticipation and it looks like the time is finally here as The Humble Bundle for Android 5 has finally arrived. Ready to get your Humble Bundle on?

The Humble Bundle for Android 5 lets you pay what you want for four Android Games, and if you pay over the average amount you’ll get two more for a total of 6. The four bundle games are Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, and NightSky HD. If you pay more than the average price you’ll get to pick up Super Hexagon and Dungeon Defenders as well. While the bundles usually offer up a few games that have already been put out, this one’s splitting the difference by giving you 3 new titles and 3 games that have been previously released. As usual, the games are DRM-free and will work with Android, OS X, Linux, and Windows.

Out of the new releases I’ve played Dynamite Jack, and it’s extremely awesome… you’re going to love it. NightSky HD is an interesting looking physics puzzler while Solar 2 is a solar system sim of sorts that looks simply amazing. Really impressed by the look of both of those games. We’ve actually covered both Super Hexagon and Beat Hazard Ultra recently, both of those are awesome games and well worth a try if you don’t have them already. Don’t’ even think I need to go over what Dungeon Defenders is… everyone’s played that one by now. That being said, it was pulled from GP last year and it looks like The Bundle is re-h osting the Android game.

The Humble Bundle for Android 5 has thirteen days left, but there’s no time like the present to pick up some games. As always, the money is split between the charities, developers, and the bundle according to how you want to divvy things up. We’ll have more on the three new releases later this week, you can pick up the Humble Bundle for Android 5 at the link below.

Humble Bundle for Android 5

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