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Humble Bundle For Android 3 Released 48

Posted by Soulskill
from the still-waiting-on-the-humble-bundle-for-blackberry-os dept.
alancronin writes with news that the Humble Bundle for Android 3 has gone live, with a selection of games that run on Android, Linux, Mac, and Windows. As with previous bundles, buyers can choose how much they want to pay, and what portion of the proceeds go to the developers or to charity. From the article: "The latest bundle includes the games BIT.TRIP BEAT, Fieldrunners, SpaceChem, and Uplink, along with each of their soundtracks. Plus, if you donate above the average price, which is currently $6.07, you can also get the puzzle game Spirits. ... The average purchase price is currently $6.07, with Linux users typically paying the most. Linux users have paid an average of $8.83, followed by Mac users at $6.59 and Windows users at $5.42. "
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Humble Bundle For Android 3 Released

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  • Repeat titles (Score:4, Interesting)

    by Enderandrew (866215) <enderandrew AT gmail DOT com> on Friday August 17, 2012 @02:52PM (#41027605) Homepage Journal

    I want to support this on principle, but several bundles have featured repeat titles. I already purchased Uplink and SpaceChem through Humble Bundles. That is half of the base bundle here. Unless there are more new titles added as bonuses later, I'll pass. Fieldrunners HD is fun, but $2.99 by itself. Normally I throw $15-$20 at these bundles to support them, but it just doesn't seem worthwhile here.

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