Humble Bundle for Android 4 now available, pay what you want for 6 great indie games

The folks at Humble Bundle have just launched their fourth collection for Android devices. This time around the pay-what-you-want package features six great games from developers such as Omni Systems, Kloonigames, and more. If you aren’t familiar with the Humble Bundle model, buyers are asked to pay as much or as little as they want with the ability to decide how much of that payment goes towards the developers, Humble, and a selection of charities.

Always curating some of the best Android has to offer, the latest bundle will be available for two weeks only and includes Crayon Physics Deluxe, Eufloria, Splice, Superbrothers Sword & Sorcery EP, and Waking Mars. Those choosing to pay higher than the average amount will also be treated to Amanita Design’s Machinarium. It’s a great opportunity to get your hands on some of the best indie games available for Android at a great price (and a few that are only available for the first time as part of Humble’s offer). And you can guarantee you are supporting the developers who take time to craft such experiences.

In just the few hours since the latest Bundle has launched, the games have already pulled in over $20,000 (though the number is skyrocketing quickly). The average purchase is just a little over $5, which is small bucks to pay for what will amount to hours of entertainment. So go over and grab this awesome collection before time runs out!

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TAGS: Eufloria , Humble Bundle , Splice , Waking Mars

  • Chimphappyhour

    Machinarium looked cool enough all on its own that I had to jump on this. Everything else is a huge bonus.

    • Kevin Krause

      It’s pretty ridiculous the number of quality games you get here. Crayon Physics was in past bundles for other platforms and is a fun enough game on its own. I don’t even game much but I buy every one of these Humble Bundles.

    • guitarist5122

      Isn’t Machinarium only for tablets? I thought I read that when it first released.

      • Chimphappyhour

        When you buy the bundle, there is a link for a tablet version AND a mobile version. Just depends on the screen reso you have. It’s the only app out of the group that has that option. The rest are just mobile.

  • Quentyn Kennemer

    Eh nothing much for me here. I can set my own price though so I’m in.