Humble Bundle With Android 7 Launches

October 15, 2013 - Andrew Eisen

Did you think Humble Bundle had closed up shop?  We're not sure why you would think that but the Pay-What-You-Want bundle dealer is back with a new bundle featuring four games: Ticket to Ride (plus the USA 1910 DLC), Greed Corp, Incredipede and Anodyne.  Also included are the soundtracks for Ticket to Ride, Greed Corp, and Anodyne (plus a remix album).

If you can't go another second without these games and tunes, you're probably done for.  If you can wait a bit longer, name your price (although, your price better be at least a dollar if you want Steam keys) and decide how to divvy it up between the games' developers, Humble Bundle itself, the Child's Play Charity or the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Pay more than the average price, currently $6.52, and you'll also pick up Worms Reloaded, The Bard's Tale, both games' soundtracks and any additional games Humble Bundle decides to add later.  Every game in this bundle is DRM-free and is available on Windows, Mac, and Android.

Oh, and Linux.  Whatever that is.

Source: Humble Bundle

-Reporting from San Diego, GamePolitics Contributing Editor Andrew Eisen


Comments

Re: Humble Bundle With Android 7 Launches

Warning: Ticket to Ride's "included" DLC is locked to an account and only available when signed in (ie, is very much DRM-encumbered).

Re: Humble Bundle With Android 7 Launches

I have wanted to play Greed Corp for a while and am glad to see it make it to linux. I have already picked up Incredipede thanks to it being released for free on Linux. Those guys are awesome. I am also looking forward to playing Anodyne. I have heard good things about it. I am also looking forward to playing Ticket to Ride with my son. He loves trains and I hope he likes this game.

 
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