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Android Humble Bundle features Sword & Sworcery


2:00 PM on 11.08.2012



The latest Humble Bundle for Android has started and features the Android beta version of Sword & Sworcery EP. In addition, consumers of fine digital games will be happy to know that the bundle comes with Eufloria, Splice, Crayon Physics and Waking Mars (a platformer with gardening elements; I'm choosing to call it a "platerraformer"). On top of all that goodness, folks who spend above the current average will also receive a copy of the award-winning adventure, Machinarium.

If you're like me and don't tend to play games on your Android device, don't worry. The Bundle hasn't left you out in the cold. All of the games in Humble Bundle for Android 4 come with their desktop versions included in the price of admission.

Sounds like a bargain. You can pick all this up right now over at Humble Bundle.






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