Humble Indie Bundle for Android! (and Mac, PC and Linux)

#1 Edited by Forcen (1830 posts) -
#2 Posted by MB (12522 posts) -

@Forcen: check your links

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#3 Posted by thellama042 (109 posts) -

Sweet!

#4 Posted by Forcen (1830 posts) -

@MB: Hmm, how did that happen.

#5 Posted by JohnLocke (257 posts) -

How do you get the games on to your phone? Do they send a link to your phone to download them or do you need to transfer via PC?

#6 Posted by Forcen (1830 posts) -

@JohnLocke: Both works, there is a video linked in the video above that explains it in detail.

#7 Posted by Ducksworth (662 posts) -

Anybody strongly recommend any of the games from the bundle? The only one I'm familiar with is World of Goo.

#8 Posted by Moncole (636 posts) -

I saw this one but it doesn't really interest me. But this is a great one since you can also download on Android

#9 Posted by Wikitoups (834 posts) -

sweet my brother and sister has android phones i'll grab these for them!

#10 Posted by MikeLemmer (559 posts) -

@Ducksworth said:

Anybody strongly recommend any of the games from the bundle? The only one I'm familiar with is World of Goo.

I've heard good things about EDGE and Osmos. My thoughts on Anomaly: Warzone Earth & World of Goo:

World of Goo: 5 stars, worth $20

The best puzzle game I've played in 5 years. The great music & darkly humorous/moving story are standout features.

Anomaly: Warzone Earth: 4 stars, beaten in 7 hours, played for 9 hours, worth $15

Ranks up there with Defense Grid as "tower defense games I'd play again". It's actually more of a tower assault game: your goal is to get a convoy from Point A to Point B in one piece. For long-term planning, you pick your convoy vehicles, upgrades, and path while en route. For short-term nail-biting, you get a limited number of Repair Grids, Smoke Screens, Decoys, and Air Strikes to get your convoy through the heavily-fortified spots. It's a unique twist, and they give it enough polish and diversity to keep you interested until the Credits roll.

My opinion on the Humble Bundle as a whole? If you haven't played either of those games yet, $6 for both is a steal.

#11 Posted by Cameron (601 posts) -

I already own all of those games on Steam except for EDGE, so I am hesitant to pay too much for this. I feel bad giving only a few dollars, but my general formula for Humble Bundles is to determine the price I would buy the games I want in the bundle for during a Steam sale, and then pay that amount. In the past that has worked out to between five and ten dollars depending on the bundle, but this time it's much lower.

#12 Posted by JohnLocke (257 posts) -

@Forcen said:

@JohnLocke: Both works, there is a video linked in the video above that explains it in detail.

Ah cool. Thank you for the reply :)

#13 Posted by katanalauncher (215 posts) -

How's the games on PC, are any of them android ports?

#14 Posted by Forcen (1830 posts) -

They just added Toki Tori to the Bundle.

You can also try the alpha android app that can download and update the games on your phone.

@katanalauncher: They where all on the PC originally as far as I know.

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