Cool games in Humble Bundle with Android 5

The latest Humble Bundle boasts great games with Android support

March 7, 2013
Humble Bundle Android 5

Humble Bundle is offering a new deal which will give you six games for Android, Windows, Mac and Linux.

The bundle also includes some bonus material, if of course you’re willing to pay a little extra.

The base set includes Beat Hazard Ultra, Solar 2, Dynamite Jack, and Nightsky HD, and if you pay a little more than that current $6.65 (R60.57), you’ll get Dungeon Defenders and Super Hexagon.

Humble Bundle says that buying all the games individually would cost about $110, so as usual, it’s not a bad deal at all.

The games are DRM-free and work on Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux. Check out the system and mobile device requirements.

As of writing, there are 12 days and 9 hours left on the clock, so get cracking.

Source: Humble Bundle 

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Tags: Beat Hazard Ultra, Dungeon Defenders, Dynamite Jack, games bundle, Humble Bundle, Humble Bundle Android 5, Humble Bundle deal, Nightsky HD, Solar 2, Super Hexagon

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