Friday, November 9, 2012
Humble Bundle for Android 4
Introductions for Humble Bundles seem silly. Do you really need me to tell you how awesome Humble Bundle for Android 4 is? Don't you already know you get a bunch of games in a name-your-price format? Or that they're all DRM-free? That they're cross-platform? That part (or all) of your contribution will go to charity? Oh, and soundtracks are included, too. Of course you know all that, so why would I go over it again? Why don't we just talk about the games? Some quick info so you can be on your way to purchasing them:
Splice by Cipher Prime - Go micro with this bacterial puzzler. If you've always wanted to be a scientist but don't know your chromosome from your chlorophyll, Splice might be as close as you get while you "commence cellular alteration to connect and complete a sequence of puzzles."
Eufloria by Omni Systems - A real-time strategy game unlike any you've played before. Your job is to spread your little seedlings and bring a little life to otherwise barren asteroids.
Waking Mars by Tiger Style - If it's you're first time playing Waking Mars, you're in for a huge treat. You jet(pack) around the red planet and bring it to life however you want, providing a pretty unique experience for every player.
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP by Superbrothers + CAPY + Jim Guthrie - A fantastic adventure game that's complete with great gameplay and story, along with a unique style and design, that will keep you engaged the whole time.
Crayon Physics Deluxe by Kloonigames - If you haven't played it, you've probably seen it. Use your crayon power to draw platforms, levers, and more to solve puzzles and get your ball to the goal using enough physics to make yourself think you're Einstein.
Machinarium by Amanita Design - Amanita is know for its clever gameplay and distinct, beautiful graphics, and point-and-click adventure Machinarium is no different.
So that's it. Short and sweet and leaving you enough time to get going. You've got just under two weeks so go grab these six wonderful games, give a little money to charity, and enjoy!
Posted by Colin Lalley