Mar 19 AT 2:08 PM Edgar Cervantes 16 Comments

Humble Bundle 2 comes back with 5 new games – “Pay what you want”

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Humble Bundle made its jump to the Android platform last January, offering 4 games at the price of your choice. The team has decided to bring back the deal; there are 5 new games offered on the same business strategy. You can still pick your price, and the money will be divided among the Humble Bundle team, the developers and the Child’s Play Charity. You pick who gets the money and how much.

This time around, Humble Bundle is offering 5 games. More importantly, these are games that have not been released in the Google Play Store. Humble Bundle is bringing them exclusively. The games include the titles Zen Bound 2, Canabalt, Cogs, and Avadon: The Black Fortress.

Just like last time, there’s a trick to get the last title. If you pay more than the “average” you get the 5th game – Swords & Soldiers. The average now sits at $5.80, but it will continue to increase. Make sure you get your games soon if you want the 5th title!

It is also important to note that these games are multi-platform. They can be played on Linux, Windows, Mac and Android, making this a much more enticing offer. Just head over to the Humble Bundle site if interested.

But tell us, guys. Are you enjoying these Humble Bundle deals? Would you like to see more versions coming out continuously?

Via: Droid-Life

Source: Humble Bundle

Hello, I am Edgar Cervantes. I am an avid Android fan, and keeping myself updated on the topic is part of my daily life. I will always work hard to give the best of me to our community of Android enthusiasts, and I am very honored to be part of this ship. Hopefully we can all enjoy sharing our knowledge and opinions!

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  • http://www.jaxidian.org/update/ jaxidian

    Some of these games look really good! I can’t wait until I get home from work to try them out!

  • thekaz

    I was just talking about the last bundle with someone this weekend. Man, supporting developers and kids all in one.. how can you go wrong?

  • droilfade

    Of course I’d like to see more! It’s a win-win situation. Using technology to support charities is a novel and a powerful idea which will benefit everyone involved. Although, I don’t really like the selection of games this time, I will still buy it. :)

  • Zagrash

    Humble Bundle is awesome. It’s been cool to see the idea spread to other bundle sites as well. I need to get my hands on their app to help with updates, etc.

  • ranwanimator

    I really like their compatibility chart, but it is a little confusing. For instance on the Sword and Sorcery page they show the OG Transformer being compatible and also not compatible. And suddenly the Prime is not compatible. At least I know that currently it’s not worth it to pick it up. Maybe before the end the developers will add support for ICS and the Prime.

    http://support.humblebundle.com/customer/portal/articles/421029-humble-bundle-for-android-2-system-requirements

    • curvelot

      they all work fine on my original transformer, except maybe canabalt, but that seems like it would be better on a phone anyway, and i havent really played it much yet.

  • http://mihai.discuta-liber.com/ tmihai20

    I wonder if I can gift some games I already own on Steam (like Cogs). It doesn’t sound bad at all :) We want more of these Android Humble Bundles :)

    • eggwolio

      Unfortunately, no. You get two Steam codes, one for Cogs/Canabalt/Zen, and one for Swords.

  • spazby

    looks good

  • Steven Seagal

    Canabalt HD looks amazing, and plays incredibly well. I’ve been waiting for this ever since I sold my iPhone to get an Android :)

  • Hall Lo

    Great! I see no reason not to support Humble Bundle! You get great games + helping charity + showing support to devs! Why not? ;D

  • AsakuraZero

    i bought the first bundle and i love it!, the second have a few interesting games, but like in the first bundle you need to try them first then judge (though the RPG one looks like no)

  • WlfHart

    Mmmm love these bundles!

  • Franz Brummer

    Avadon alone ins worth buying the bundle. What a joy to be able to play it on my tablet and Linux Box! :-)

  • Trinhbo

    I’ve never heard of these games but it’s for a good cause so why not.

  • Luke Haviland

    In love this!
    I love innovative ways of making purchases.
    when Radiohead let you download their album for free or make any amount of donation.
    in this new era of pirate everything we need things like this to encourage people to ‘want’ to pay.
    also letting you decide how much money goes to the developers and how much goes to charity is awesome.
    i wasn’t even really interested in the last game but the way they set it up made me want to pay the average.
    i love everything about this.

  1. Some of these games look really good! I can’t wait until I get home from work to try them out!

  2. I was just talking about the last bundle with someone this weekend. Man, supporting developers and kids all in one.. how can you go wrong?

  3. Of course I’d like to see more! It’s a win-win situation. Using technology to support charities is a novel and a powerful idea which will benefit everyone involved. Although, I don’t really like the selection of games this time, I will still buy it. :)

  4. Humble Bundle is awesome. It’s been cool to see the idea spread to other bundle sites as well. I need to get my hands on their app to help with updates, etc.

  5. I really like their compatibility chart, but it is a little confusing. For instance on the Sword and Sorcery page they show the OG Transformer being compatible and also not compatible. And suddenly the Prime is not compatible. At least I know that currently it’s not worth it to pick it up. Maybe before the end the developers will add support for ICS and the Prime.

    http://support.humblebundle.com/customer/portal/articles/421029-humble-bundle-for-android-2-system-requirements

    • curvelotGuest 3 years ago

      they all work fine on my original transformer, except maybe canabalt, but that seems like it would be better on a phone anyway, and i havent really played it much yet.

  6. I wonder if I can gift some games I already own on Steam (like Cogs). It doesn’t sound bad at all :) We want more of these Android Humble Bundles :)

    • Unfortunately, no. You get two Steam codes, one for Cogs/Canabalt/Zen, and one for Swords.

  7. looks good

  8. Steven SeagalGuest 3 years ago

    Canabalt HD looks amazing, and plays incredibly well. I’ve been waiting for this ever since I sold my iPhone to get an Android :)

  9. Great! I see no reason not to support Humble Bundle! You get great games + helping charity + showing support to devs! Why not? ;D

  10. i bought the first bundle and i love it!, the second have a few interesting games, but like in the first bundle you need to try them first then judge (though the RPG one looks like no)

  11. Mmmm love these bundles!

  12. Franz BrummerGuest 3 years ago

    Avadon alone ins worth buying the bundle. What a joy to be able to play it on my tablet and Linux Box! :-)

  13. I’ve never heard of these games but it’s for a good cause so why not.

  14. In love this!
    I love innovative ways of making purchases.
    when Radiohead let you download their album for free or make any amount of donation.
    in this new era of pirate everything we need things like this to encourage people to ‘want’ to pay.
    also letting you decide how much money goes to the developers and how much goes to charity is awesome.
    i wasn’t even really interested in the last game but the way they set it up made me want to pay the average.
    i love everything about this.