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Humble Bundle Recycles More Games In New Offering

Gaming

Published on 22 August 2012 01:20 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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Last week a new Humble Indie Bundle launched with a focus on Android games but with support for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows too. Being announced today are a few more titles that have been added to the DRM-free cross-platform game bundle.

The original games for "Humble Bundle for Android 3" included Fieldrunners, BIT.TRIP BEAT, SpaceChem, Uplink, and Spirits. Now added to the bundle is World of Goo, Osmos, Anomaly, and EDGE. The caveat is that these extra games are only made available if paying more than the floating average price (currently at $6.13 USD). These aren't all new games but have been recycled from past Humble Bundles.

As of publishing there have been $507,559.42 USD in sales from 82,748 purchases. The average purchase price is $6.13 while the average Windows price is $5.44, the average Mac price at $6.63, and the average Linux price at $9.13.

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