Humble Bundle For Android 5 Enters Our Atmosphere

March 5, 2013 - Written By Justin Diaz

Reward yourself with a little piece of strange this week with all the indie love one human being can handle. Brace yourselves this time folks. This one’s a real whale of a pack. Humble Bundle for Android 5 has landed and… if I do say so myself, this is a winner. If you have never heard of Humble Bundle or what it represents then you’re missing out. It’s basically a whole bunch of indie game developers that partner with, and throw together a bunch of games for a monetary amount that YOU decide on. That’s right; you the consumer decide what you pay. You can pay as little as five cents, or as much as twenty bucks, the catch kind of is that if you pay whatever the average is, you’ll get access to whatever locked games are included in the game pack. If you pay less, you’ll still get some great games, but in my experience some of the best ones have been the locked ones.

Moving on, Humble Bundle for Android 5 includes six great games, so far, with two of them unlocked after and only after you pay the average amount. Right out of the gate you have two great games, Beat hazard ultra which is rhythmic based bullet hell shooter and is loads of fun. Tons of power ups and cool lights and sounds (maybe not recommended if you may have epileptic seizures… just sayin) and the music and rhythm of the game changes based on how you do. Next is Dynamite jack, While this is a first time drop for android gamers, if you have paid any attention to it coming our way this week you’d know the potential fun it poses. It has also been on iOS for a little while already and you may have played it there. It’s a 2-D top down shooter where you must escape the mines that you have been imprisoned in. With only bombs at your disposal, and your quick wit, freedom is your only goal.

The other four games include Nightsky HD which is a physics puzzler, Solar 2 which is a space exploration game, Dungeon Defenders which I’m sure you’re all familiar with, but in this pack it comes with all DLC. Lastly, my personal favorite of all the games is Super Hexagon. Super hexagon is super simple in terms of gameplay, and yet it’s more complicated than most games out there. It’s addicting to the point where you won’t want to put it down and further more can’t. The last two games in the list, (Dungeon Defenders and Super Hexagon) are the two locked games you can only receive if you put out the average amount. Trust me though, it’s worth it. If you’re in the market for a few new indie games and want to contribute to the good cause, head on over to the Humble Bundle website and grab up your share of greatness. Currently the average price is set at just a tad bit over $6. So if you hurry, you can grab it before it goes any higher.

Source: AndroidSpin