March 19, 2012 | by Andrew Kameka
Humble Bundle is once again embracing the “pay what you think it’s worth” model in its second Android games release. Instead of paying for four games individually, Humble Bundle for Android allows customers to purchase all of them at once and pay what individual customers think is a fair price. Those who go above and beyond the average selling price get a fifth game thrown in for free.
Just like the original pack, which sold more than 150,000 units, Humble Bundle #2 gives customers two weeks to set the price. Buying the bundle gives users access to the game on Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux. And if they pay at least $1, the games will also be available on Steam except for Canabalt). Buyers will have to sideload the Android apps because this deal is independent of the Android Market. However, it’s not difficult to do with the Humble Bundle app. The games featured in the latest bundle are:
- Canabalt – an 8-bit game from the running genre that requires plays to jump from building-to-building avoiding obstacles along the way.
- Zen Bound 2 – a puzzle game in which players wrap a wooden figure in twine using as little material as possible.
- Cogs – a 3D puzzle game where users have to rearrange movable parts in order to get a machine functioning. Over 50 levels of interesting fun.
- Avadon: The Black Fortress – an RPG where a player assumes the role of a specific class and goes on quests. Supports tablets only.
- Swords & Soldiers - a bonus game for those who pay above the average asking price for the other 4 games. It’s a side-scrolling strategy game in which players must overrun a fort in Challenge or Multiplayer mode.
The Humble Bundle offer is live and will remain open only until April 2, 2012. Users can visit HumbleBundle.com to get more information on specific games and make a purchase.