Humble PC and Android Bundle includes new Android version of Costume Quest

The latest Humble Bundle is offering cross-platform games across PC and Android, including the brand new Android version of Costume Quest.

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Humble Bundle took a few weeks to recover from some heavy offerings. Now they're back, ready to offer a handful of cross-platform games that play on both PC and Android. They've even thrown in a few surprises.

So pay what you want for Tetrobot and Co., Titan Attacks!, The Inner World, and VVVVVV. Paying more than the average will also include Costume Quest and Ironclad Tactics Deluxe Edition, with Costume Quest making its official debut on Android. Paying $10 or more will include Shadowrun Returns. While all of these are DRM-free and cross-platform, a $1 minimum donation will include Steam keys.

The Humble PC & Android Bundle 12 will run for the next two weeks, with additional games set to be added soon. As always, proceeds will go towards charity. In this case, they go towards the Electronic Frontier Foundation and American Red Cross

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    March 17, 2015 11:15 AM

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      March 17, 2015 1:49 PM

      Between Humble and Steam sales, and I guess even GOG, Greenman, etc. it's getting much harder to get excited about games at a discount. I'm sure most of that is simply because my backlog is fully saturated and while I don't have everything on my 'want' list I have enough that I don't feel like I'm lacking. So, starting to build a 'meh' attitude.

      Still good stuff if you haven't be on the Steam Sale gravy train I guess. But, I assume of Shack is probably saturated too at this point.