The new Humble Bundle for Android 3 was released today, and it's quite a tempting little package, especially when you consider all five games included are cross-platform. That means you don't actually need an Android device to play these games; your computer will do nicely.
Here's what you'll get in the new bundle:
- BIT.TRIP BEAT
Keep in mind that you'll only get Spirits by donating above the average. Considering the current average is a measly $6.03, all you need is $6.04 or more to snag the bonus game, and we'd consider that a fair offer anyway. You can play any of the games on Windows, Mac OS, or Linux.
These are all games which have already enjoyed some success on their own. Fieldrunners brings some tower defense action to the table, while SpaceChem encourages a bit of critical thinking with puzzles and science. Uplink is a text-based "hacking" sim about international espionage, and Spirits has players guide falling leaves in a 2D platforming format. No doubt many of you are already familiar with the insane trip-tastic rhythm game BIT.TRIP BEAT.
As of writing, the bundle has accumulated nearly $200,000 in earnings, spread across over 33,100 purchases. While most of the numbers are quickly rising, the average is currently stabilized at $6.03, with Linux users being the highest payers -- though not by much. On average, Windows users are paying $5.39 and make up more than half of the buyer population, with Mac and Linux users clocking in at $6.51 and $8.77 respectively. Top contributor of the moment is a fellow who paid $400.
Hit the source to pick up the bundle for yourself.