Looking to find a great deal on some great indie games? The Humble Indie Bundle has always been the place to go – and a new bundle has just kicked off. This time around the bundle focuses on a number of Android games, though each title also has PC, Mac and Linux versions available as well.
For those unfamiliar with how the Humble Indie Bundle works, here’s the gist. You can purchase the bundle at any price you’d like. You can also decide how much of the price you paid goes to the developers, to charity and to Humble Bundle Incorporated, the folks that put the bundles together. Buying the bundle gives you cross-platform, DRM-free access to all of the games included.
This time around the featured games are Canabalt, Zen Bound 2, Cogs and Avadon: The Black Fortress. If you pay more than the average price you’ll also receive Swords and Soldiers. This is the Android debut for all of these games. Most of them still aren’t available on the Android market at this time.
Cogs, a puzzle game that has been available on the PC since 2009, is likely the popular title of this group. That doesn’t mean it’s the star, however. Swords and Soldiers, a side-scrolling action/strategy game, has received excellent reviews from several major publications and is more personal pick.
Only one potential issue exists, and that’s Avadon: The Black Fortress. This game is available on Android, but for tablets only. Buyers without an Android tablet can still play this game on their PC, Mac or Linux.
All bundles are limited-time offers, so don’t wait. Check it out and name your price.
Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun