Humble Bundle for Android 3 brings five great games for just over $6 (or four games at PWYC)

Daniel Bader

August 17, 2012 4:19 pm


Humble Bundle for Android is back with four great games for whatever price you want to pay. Praised for its DRM-free application of Android’s sideloading abilities, the idea is simple: the amount you spend can be split three ways, between the developers, charities, and the Humble Bundle folks themselves.

This time, four games are being offered — BIT.TRIP BEAT, Fieldrunners, SpaceChem, and Uplink! — with a fifth thrown in if you spend more than the average, which at this time is $6.08. The fifth game, Spirits, is great platform puzzle game. SpaceChem and Uplink! are tablet-only, however, but all games can be played across Windows, OS X, Linux and Android. They can even be redeemed on Steam, but that requires a minimum of $1 payment.

The games themselves are available individually on the Android Market, but SpaceChem alone costs $6.99, so this is a pretty great deal.

Head over to Humble Bundle for all the information.

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  • Albert

    These don’t get updates, correct?

    • Kevin

      Download the Humble Bundle (beta) app. They’ve just recently updated it to 1.3 which allows for an account (likely you’ll have to create a new one which isn’t much of a hassle) that will keep track of all your Humble Bundle purchases.

      From that app, you can do the usual, including downloading the apps in apk format (allowing multiple downloads at once, pause/resume), and will notify you of updates for the games you buy and other Humble Bundles if you wanted.

      All in all, I always look forward to the next one just because of how many goodies they put it.

  • Jebus

    Can anyone explain about the games themselves?

  • Thierry

    Odd, I was sure I’d left a comment here.Anyway, I reeembmr seeing these when I was a kid, but never bothered to get them– any money I had which might have gone towards them seemed better spent on more NES games, or Ninja Turtles figures, or other stuff in general.Still, I’m glad to see what I missed out on at the time. Truth be told, I’d like a copy of the Super Mario Bros. one, if only because it has “official” art of Peach in the same colors as the original game, before she went “all pink, all the time.”