Humble Bundle with Android 6 now available
The folks over at Humble Bundle have kicked off the latest bundle. This time, along with the Windows, Mac and Linux versions of the games, you’ll also get the Android versions. Dubbed the Humble Bundle with Android 6, it includes Aquaria, Fractal: Make Blooms Not War, Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, Stealth Bastard Deluxe and the Android-only game Pulse. Since it’s a pay-what-you-want bundle, paying over the average, which at the time of writing stands at $4.68 (Rs 274 approx), will get you two more games—Frozen Synapse and Broken Sword: Director’s Cut.
Aquaria is a 2D sidescrolling aciton adventure game that revolves around the mermaid Naija, who has lost her memory and has the gift of song. Swim with jellyfish, discover sunlit oases and take on terrifying sea creatures as you put together Naija’s dark and troubling past.
Fractal: Make Blooms Not War is a geometric puzzle game that features three modes of gameplay. It builds on the basic concept of making blooms (clusters of seven hexagons).
Organ Trail is one of the many games up for grabs
Organ Trail: Director’s Cut is a retro survival game in the theme of Oregon Trail. Instead of surviving the harsh Oregon, you instead have to survive the even harsher zombie apocalypse. You control and manage five characters as you embark on a journey across the US in a beat up station wagon. You have to manage in situations like characters contracting dysentery, running into zombie hordes and at some point, even putting down your friend who got bitten by a zombie.
Stealth Bastard Deluxe is a fast-paced stealth platformer that tests your reflexes, timing and tactics. You have to hide from enemies, hack terminals and navigate through perilous obstacles.
Pulse: Volume One is referred to by its developers as an “audio-visual experience of kaleidoscopic colours”. In the game, you have to hit the dots that appear as the ring passes through them, essentially making this a rhythm game.
Frozen Synapse is a turn-based tactics game set in a dystopian sci-fi world. It has five multiplayer game modes and 55 missions in its single player campaign. The game is making its debut on Android and is essentially in a beta. Buying the bundle will get you access to the beta builds as well as the full version of the game once it’s out.
Broken Sword: Director’s Cut is a remake of the original point-and click adventure game. The director’s cut introduces a new story in addition to the original one. It revolves around Nicole Collard, a nosy journalist who walks in on the carefully orchestrated murder of statesman Pierre Carchon. The other main character is George Stobbart, a tourist who is caught in the middle of a bistro bombing. Nicole and George team up to investigate the conspiracy that links the two events.[source:tech2]