The third Android-based Humble Bundle launched on August 15 and included Fieldrunners, Bit.Trip Beat, SpaceChem and Uplink. As with all Humble Bundles, you pay whatever you want to get the games, and the proceeds get split between the developers, charities, and the bundle organizers. If you pay more than the current average, you get access to the bonus game, which in this case was Spirits.
I happily paid for all five games, content to receive a few awesome indie games and make myself feel like I did good deed and contributed at least a few bucks to charity. It’s more than I can say I did after the Japanese tsunami.
Yes. I do. And you do too if you already purchased your bundle. Head over to the Humble Bundle homepage and log in with your account to redeem your package. You’ll find the four new games sitting in your library waiting to be downloaded. And the best part? In addition to Android, you can also download them for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
As of this writing, over 92,000 people have purchased Humble Bundles. Right now, the average price people are paying is $6.32. That’s more than half a million dollars.
With the ability to play these games on multiple platforms, it makes abundant sense to purchase a Humble Bundle for yourself. This is a great way to explore gaming beyond the world of the Triple-A and the consoles and the $60-per-game tradition. There is a whole world of independent games out there, and the Humble Bundle is a great way to show your support and have a lot of fun in the process.