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Humble Indie Bundle for Android adds four more titles


6:30 PM on 08.22.2012
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Whilst the mobile versions of the Humble Indie Bundles don't seem to gather as much press, they're still a great deal on some quality Android titles. This one already let gamers pick their price to buy Field Runners, BIT.TRIP BEAT, SpaceChem, and Uplink, but now that roster of games has doubled.

Pay more than the current price of $6.20 and you'll now get World of Goo, Osmos, Anomaly: Warzone Earth, and EDGE in addition to the puzzle platformer Spirits. Considering the price of the bundle, that's a real great selection of games.

The Humble Bundle for Android #3 has already raised $500,000 for developers and charities alike and has seven days left to run, so if you're wanting some bargain games then get buying.






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