Humble Bundle for Android adds Sword and Sworcery

Also Crayon Physics Deluxe and Splice

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As an Android user surrounded by iOS gamers, I sometimes feel like the red-headed stepchild when it comes to mobile gaming. Thankfully, the folks at Humble Indie Bundle have been pointing out some of the better Android games, and offering them with their usual pay-what-you-want pricing structure. The most recent Humble Bundle for Android includes Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, NightSky HD, and Solar 2, with Dungeon Defenders and Super Hexagon as bonuses for those who pay above the average.

Recently, they added three more games to that list, also for those who pay more than the average. Joining the above games are Crayon Physics Deluxe, Splice, and Sword and Sworcery. If you’ve already purchased this latest Humble Bundle above the required amount, then you already have access to these three additional games on PC, Mac, Linux, and Android, along with their soundtracks. If you haven’t yet, why the heck not?


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