With the latest offering, the Humble Bundle has expanded its cross-platform philosophy even further, opening the scheme to Android users.
The latest bundle is, like all the others, compatible with Windows, OS-X and Linux, but also offers Android versions of included games.
Reverse tower defence Anomaly, the flOw-like Osmos and puzzler Edge are included – but if you pay more than the average price (currently $5.69) you’ll also nab the bestselling World of Goo.
As always, you’ll get Steam keys where available, but also access to DRM-free installs, meaning you can set up your games on as many devices as you please.
Visit the Humble Bundle website to get on board; proceeds are split between developers and charities.
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