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Humble Bundle with Android 6 adds Waking Mars and more


6:00 PM on 06.25.2013
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If you didn't see this coming, then you clearly don't pay enough attention to the Humble Bundle. The recently announced Humble Bundle with Android 6 is halfway through its two-week run, and that means a "surprise" addition of a few more games and soundtracks.

Joining the group of Android-friendly games are McPixel, Waking Mars, and NightSky HDNightSky has been a part of a previous bundle, so if you didn't get it then, you have a second chance at it. If you already previously bought this current bundle, you should already own these three additional games and soundtracks; otherwise, a minimum payment above the average (currently $4.70) unlocks them.








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