If you’re unfamiliar with the Humble Bundle program, here’s the quick rundown. The group offers several unique games from independent developers. You pay exactly what you want for each game (whether that’s $0.01 or $1,000,000). You decide how your money is split between the Humble Bundle team, the developers and the charities participating in the bargain.
Each game is then given to you, DRM free, on as many platforms as possible. This bundle’s games are available on Windows, Mac, Linux and Android.
This time around, the Humble Bundle includes four games no matter what you pay (and an extra, should you beat the average amount spent at your time of purchase). Those four games are: Cogs, Canabalt, Zen Bound 2 and Avadon. The extra game is Swords & Soldiers.
Admittedly, these are all titles a lot of us have played before. In fact, I picked up Cogs in a completely separate Humble Bundle. However, I’ve not played these games on my Android phone. It’s because of that fact that I’ve already made my purchase.
That, and it’s money I’m giving to two things I support: charities and independent games studios.