In what is a first for the Humble Bundle group, today marks the announcement and initial sale of the Humble Bundle for Android.
The Humble Bundle takes several independent games, puts them in one digital package and has consumers name their price of entry. That money is then split however consumers choose between the developers, the Humble Bundle group and charity. The success for each bundle up until now has been tremendous, and the release rate has reached a level of almost monthly.
This latest bundle includes three games at any price: Anomaly, Osmos and EDGE. If you pay more than the average amount spent while you’re buying, you’ll also get World of Goo. Each game is playable on Android, as the name of the bundle suggests, as well as the Mac, Linux and PC platforms. Each game is DRM free. Once you buy the games, you can download them however you like… and that includes by way of a generated Steam voucher code.
Buying each of these games outside of this indie bundle would run you right around $60. Here, you name the price and get in on your own terms with as many copies as you want on just about as many platforms as you can fathom.
As of the moment we finished drafting this story, just shy of 20,000 bundles have been purchased and more than $100,000 has been spent. The bundle is set to expire in a little more than 14 days from now.
Like the video above says, it’s a little tricky to get the games on your Android device once you buy them. Here’s the Humble Bundle group’s instruction video for downloading your purchases with your Android device.
Alright already, go support charity and indie developers by snagging this bundle. Find the link below…
[via Humble Bundle]