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Old 03-05-2013, 10:59 PM   #1
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Humble Bundle with Android 5 is Out

Just a heads-up, though it's not reading-related, the [url="https://www.humblembundle.com/"]Humble Bundle with Android 5p/url] is out.

Pay what you want for (minimum $1 to get Steam keys):

Beat Hazard Ultra - bullet hell shoot-'em-up that uses music, both from the game and, if you want, your own music collection. (soundtrack included)

Dynamite Jack - newly-released on Android. Haven't played yet, so no idea what it's about.

Solar 2 - you get to play a roving star that needs to collect planets and moons to get larger and take out other systems. Weird, but fun. (soundtrack included)

NightSky - atmospheric puzzle/platformer. Surprisingly tricky in places. (soundtrack included)


Beat the average to get ($6.67 as I write this):

Super Hexagon - insanely difficult game from Terry Cavanaugh (maker of VVVVVV; my best survival time on the easiest difficulty is 3.56s so far. :P) (soundtrack included)

Dungeon Defenders - co-op tower defense. Includes all DLC. A bit of an iffy inclusion - it's *HUGE*, though, at 6GB on the PC (no idea what the Android version weighs in at, certainly not the 10MB that Humble's showing), and its best multiplayer days are definitely in the past, if you have no friends to play with. (soundtrack included)

Other than Dungeon Defenders, which might be too much for most Android tablets to handle, it's a solid bundle. And remember, part of your purchase goes to the EFF and Child's Play charities, as usual.
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