Humble Bundle for Android 4 Announced with 5 New Games

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Humble Bundle for Android 4 Announced with 5 New Games

 

Humble Android game bundle is a massive hit among the gaming lovers. Already 4 bundles of this ‘pay as you use’ model are out in the market with each one drawing a lot of takers. Currently the bundle 4 is live which has already clocked to $940,000 in total revenue collections. The Humble Bundle for Android 4 is coming soon loaded with 5 more multi-platform rich games, which you can enjoy over PC, Android, Linux and Mac. The 5 new games getting loaded to this new bundle are:

  • Splice

  • Eufloria
  • Waking Mars
  • Crayon Physics Deluxe
  • Superbrothers: Sword & Sourcery EP
  • Players can get hand to these games now as add ons to their current bundle 4 subscription by paying more than the average of $6.48 (approx Rs 360). The Bundle 4 has around 11 games now in its kitty which players can choose from while subscribing to the bundle.

    Humble Android bundle follows a unique model, where in users can pay what they can afford to for getting this subscription. Users can also share the payment share due to developers, charity and the Humble team. There is a default split among the three entities, however users are free to alter this and vary the payment out to entities.

    Gaming lovers need to wait till next Friday when the Humble Android bundle 5 goes for sales in the official website.

    This was the official trailer for Humble Android bundle 4.

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