If you’re a-hankering for some new apps to fire up on your Android device, now’s a great time as any to buy a handful as Humble Bundle is back with a sweet deal: four mobile apps for whatever amount you’re willing to shell out.
For the next few weeks you’ll be able to purchase the latest Humble Bundle for Android 3 that includes a tower defense-type Fieldrunners, the rhythm-based BIT.TRIP BEAT, the puzzle game SpaceChem, and the hacker-themed Uplink. All these games are available for Android devices and are also playable on machines running Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
Humble Bundle brings you new games, lets you support charities,and even throws in
mean impressions of Christoper Walken and the Governator.
Also included in the bundle are the soundtracks of each game in FLAC and MP3 formats. And if you beat the average price, they’ll throw in a fifth game, the beautifully rendered puzzle platformer Spirits.
This is the third time the guys over at Humble Bundle have been packaging together digital goodies like games and music albums, and letting people decide how much they’re willing to pay for them. Aside from the awesome pricing model, the games being bundled together are from independent developers and are offered for different gaming platforms. Other cool games in past Humble Bundles include World of Goo, and Penumbra: Overture.
Another great thing about Humble Bundle is it’s also for a good cause. Every bundle supports different kinds of charities, with Humble Bundle for Android 3 supporting the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Child’s Play Charity.
After choosing how much you’re paying for your game bundle, you’ll be able to specify how much of it goes to the game developers, to Humble Bundle to help pay for the bandwidth and development of the bundle, or to the charity.