By MikeLemmer 1 Comments
It looks like the Humble Indie Bundle is going mobile. I don't know yet if I'm gonna buy it; although I've heard good things about Osmos & EDGE, I've already played World of Goo & Anomaly: Warzone Earth on other platforms (Wii and Steam respectively). Here's my thoughts on those two, in case anyone is wondering if they're any good:
World of Goo: 5 stars, worth $20
I won't go too much into depth here; plenty of people have already beaten me to the punch. I'll just say it was the most satisfying puzzle games I've played in the past 5 years, complete with great music and an absurdly dark/touching story. Heck, I'd rank it up there with Lemmings.
Currently you get World of Goo if you pay more than $5.85 for the Bundle. That's still an insane bargain for this game if you've never played it before.
Anomaly: Warzone Earth: 4 stars, played for 9 hours, worth $15
This game ranks up there with Defense Grid as the 2 tower defense games I wouldn't mind playing again. Well, technically this is a tower assault game, where you're trying to get a convoy from Point A to Point B in one piece. It's a unique twist, and they pull it off with enough tactics & polish that you're not sick of it once you beat the game.