It's been about a week since Humble Bundle 4 for Android was released into the wild for all to buy and download. Featuring five games already, six if you include the unlockable Machinarium game if you chose to pay over the average amount being paid for the bundle at the time of you purchasing it, the Humble Bundle 4 for Android has seen quite a bit of success, selling over 124,000 bundles, adding up to over $760,000 in total sales in the first week. To celebrate this, the folk over at Humble Bundle have added five more gamed to make the total 10 that you will get, 11 if you pay more than the average.
The five new games added to the Humble Bundle 4 for Android are actually the same games that arrived with the Humble Bundle 2 for Android awhile back. That means if you missed the Humble Bundle 2 for Android, you can now get those games as well. To recap what games come with the Humble Bundle 4 for Android, the original titles are:
- The future-retro audiovisual concoction Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP by Capybara Games - The creative physics puzzler Crayon Physics Deluxe by Kloonigames - Plant-based interstellar RTS Eufloria by Omni Systems - Cell-splitting microbial puzzler Splice by Cipher Prime - Side-scrolling planetary adventure Waking Mars by Tiger Style - Mechanical point and click adventure Machinarium by Amanita Design
The five new additional games that are now included with the Humble Bundle 4 for Android are:
- RPG fantasy saga Avadon: The Black Fortress by Spiderweb Software - Indie parkour platformer Canabalt by Semi Secret Software - 3D mechanical puzzle game Cogs by Lazy 8 Studios - Side-scrolling strategy rumblefest Swords & Soldiers HD by Ronimo Games and Two Tribes - Groundbreaking meditative puzzler Zen Bound 2 by Secret Exit
Along with all of these games, you will also get the soundtracks to each one as well as the ability to get a copy for Windows, Mac or Linux as well. If you've already bought the Humble Bundle 4 for Android, all the newly added games should be available for you to download already.
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