It’s Humble Android Bundle time again! Set your own price for a selection of great indie games you can play on Windows, Mac, Linux, and (of course) Android.
I can never resist these bundles — usually I wait till the last minute, but this time I made it easier on myself and grabbed it the day it came out.
To help make your decision simpler, we’ve reviewed each of the nine games in the Bundle:
- World of Goo: What. A. Game.
- Osmos HS: Chilled-Out Arcade Fun
- Anomaly Warzone Earth: A Tower Offense Game
- EDGE Extended (The Sequel to EDGE)
- Spirits: A Modern Day Lemmings?
- Uplink: Hack Your Heart Out (The Legal Way)
- SpaceChem: Difficult, But Hugely Rewarding
- Fieldrunners HD: Champion of Tower Defense Games
- BIT.TRIP BEAT: A Great Musical Twist on Pong
To make your decision even simpler: if you like games, go and buy the Bundle quickly – it’ll only be available for a few more hours!
The Humble Bundle is a cool idea: a few developers get together to offer their games as part of a bundle for a limited time, and we can buy the whole bundle for any price we like. Some of the cash goes to the developers, some goes to the organisers, and some goes to charity.
This month, the second Humble Android Bundle is up for sale: pay whatever you like for six Android games, and get the Mac, Windows, and Linux versions too.
These aren’t lame games that don’t sell on their own, either; the current bundle contains Swords & Soldiers, Snuggle Truck, Canabalt, Zen Bound 2, Cogs, and Avadon: The Black Fortress. The first four of those even include their soundtracks.
Have you bought this bundle, or the one before it? Vote in the poll to let us know. And if you haven’t bought it yet, hurry up! There are only a few days left…