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Published on October 15th, 2013 | by Nidde

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Humble Bundle with Android 7

Active: October 15th, 2013 – October 28th, 2013

http://www.humblebundle.com/

We’re growing more and more fond of our Android tablet, and we wish these bundle nothing but welcome. Now we’ve just got to find the time to play all this stuff.

Humble Bundle with Android 7 shelf

Humble Bundle with Android 7:

  • Ticket To Ride
  • Greed Corp
  • Incredipede
  • Anodyne
  • Ticket To Ride soundtrack
  • Greed Corp soundtrack
  • Anodyne Official soundtrack
  • Anodyne Remix Album

Beat The Average:

  • The Bard’s Tale
  • Worms Reloaded
  • The Bard’s Tale soundtrack
  • Worms Reloaded soundtrack

Charities:

  • Child’s Play Charity
  • The Electronic Frontier Foundation

If you care to hear what we have to say about Greed Corp, we suggest you check out our little video on the subject. We’ve also given it a quick run on our iPhone, but a tablet may just be what this game needs for some mobile action. We’ve also pretty sure everyone has played some incarnation of Worms by now, so why not get a version for your droid? Incredipede we have a previous encounter with, it’s a somewhat tricky physics game that you previously could try for free on their site, but now that only applies to Linux. But when it comes to Ticket To Ride it’s one of the easiest recommendations we can give for an entertaining board game to play with your friends. The Android version could REALLY use a hot-seat function, but until that happens you’re have to make due with the AI and online play. The rest we can’t really tell you about, because we haven’t tried them. But we’re pretty sure you can’t go wrong. Especially since you get all these games on both Steam and Android.

Pay what you want, divide it up as you wish among developers, charities and Humble Bundle.

 

Happy Gaming

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For 500 days, from January 1st, 2013, until May 16th, 2014, Nidde will set aside all AAA-titles and only play indie games to find out if the indie scene can replace the big budget landscape.



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