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06 March 2013, 16:17

New game package from HumbleBundle

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In its latest sales campaign, the HumbleBundle team has released four commercial games for Android, Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. As before, prospective buyers can choose their own price for the DRM-free game package. Buyers who pay more than the average price for the "Humble Bundle with Android 5" will receive two extra games. The current average price is $6.64. All games are DRM free, but there are no plans for any of the titles to be open sourced in this round of Humble Bundle.

If the purchase price is above the average, Dungeon Defenders is added as a bonus.

The package includes the Beat Hazard Ultra arcade space shooter, the Dynamite Jack 2D action adventure, the abstract Solar 2 space game, and the NightSky HD physics puzzle game. All who pay more receive the Super Hexagon action game and the Dungeon Defenders Tower Defence RPG (including free extensions) to download as a bonus. Five soundtracks are available to download separately as uncompressed files in FLAC and MP3 format.

If the purchase price is above $1, users will also receive a Steam key for their purchased games. The system requirements for the individual games are listed on a support page at Users should take extra care to check whether their smartphone or tablet meets the minimum requirements for the Android games.

Those who make a purchase can not only choose a price for the bundle, but can also determine who will receive the money via a slider that distributes the chosen amount across the HumbleBundle team and the Child's Play and Electronic Frontier Foundation non-profit organisations. Humble Bundle 5 is available until 19 March.


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