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Get Four Games and Give to Charity with New “Humble Bundle for Android”

Get Four Games and Give to Charity with New “Humble Bundle for Android”

by Michelle QuillenFebruary 2, 2012

Amp up your Android device and donate to a good cause while you’re at it with the new “Humble Bundle for Android” collection released this week!

This “pay-what-you-want” bundle allows you to name your price for four new games while helping raise funds for the Child’s Play charity, an organization to benefit children in hospitals through the support of the gaming community.

The bundle includes the reverse tower defense masterpiece Anomaly: Warzone Earth HD, Osmos HD, a soothing, visual symphony of hungry amoebas, the cube-rolling puzzler EDGE, and customers who contribute more than the average price will also receive World of Goo, the indie physics smash hit. Check out the video below for a sample of what the package has to offer. (The celebrity impersonations alone are worth the watch.)


All of these games are also available in Windows, Mac, and Linux versions. The Humble Bundle also includes the soundtracks to the games, and are available for purchase now at

Purchasers can select from four pre-set increments ranging from $15 to $165, or choose a Custom amount and enter a donation of his or her choice. The contribution can then be divvied up among three recipients that include the games’ developers, the Child’s Play charity, and a “Humble tip” that supports Humble Bundle Inc.’s development of their promotion.

Bought separately, these games would cost more than $60, so be sure to take advantage of this “pay what you want” deal and give to a good cause before the offer expires in 12 days!

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  • Armanda.Bastow

    Damn ! Never trust nothing but the best.

  • Royal.Shibley

    Hi there can I quote some of the material from this post if I provide a link back to your site?

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  • Salam

    So I’m not the best with downloading games and data and such but I just bought the Humble Indie Bundle V and I was wondering where is the best place I can save it on my computer (windows 64 bit running vista) so that Steam can locate it? Any help is appreciated.

  • Ray D

    And Yet It Moves

    I bought them a while back, just not sure if I have time to play time anytime soon. Perhaps they are 2-5h long, meaning that I can beat one a week even during school? It’s not that I think games are a chore, I love gaming… I just want to be able to play them =)

  • uberfailz

    Currently I have an app which works on Android 1.6 and above. I’d rather not have to rewrite a separate application for Honeycomb and I can’t find much help anywhere. Is there an easy way for me to adapt it to work on Android 3.0+ with a proper tablet interface rather than just magnifying my Android-phone interface. Thanks!

  • Miguel M

    I have an lg optimus v. Since that new google play came out, I have to agree on something on the market. I accidentally pressed decline and the android market disappeared from my phone. How and where do I reinstall it?

  • veemodz

    I have an HTC and i need an app to lock pictures on my android phone. I have a little boy what plays app games on my phone and need to lock some of my pictures so that he is not exposed to them.