New Games Added To Humble Bundle

Paying what you want for a collection of games, with the money going directly to the developers, whilst giving to charity is a great idea and the reason Humble Bundle is so popular.

Now in its third iteration, Humble Bundle for Android 3 enables gamers to pay what they want for the brilliant BIT.TRIP BEAT and Fieldrunners whilst tablet owners will also be able to play Space Chem and the classic Uplink. It’s not just Android owners receiving the love as your purchase also includes the PC, Mac & Linux version of each game. If you pay over the average amount then the purchase also includes the fantastic Spirits, along with the sountracks for all the games. Any purchase amount over $1 also includes the codes to unlock the Steam versions of the games in addition to the DRM free downloads included as standard.


Whilst this in itself represents an amazing deal, the folks at Humble Bundle have recently added four more games to the bundle so you can now grab the stunning Osmos, Edge, World Of Goo and Anomaly: Warzone Earth as part of your bundle.

If all this takes your fancy – and why wouldn’t it? – then hit up the source link below after checking out the new arrivals.

Anomaly: Warzone Earth

Anomaly: Warzone Earth

Anomaly is an intense reversal of the tower defence formula, with players managing a convoy’s path through various war torn environments. Careful planning of powerups, unit composition, and more will make or break your journey.



In Osmos, you play an amoeba-esque creature in a world with a few basic rules: you absorb smaller things, and bigger things absorb you. The catch? The amoeba propels forward by shooting out bits of itself, so move with care! Different game modes introduce opposing AI motes, gravity, and other twists, and a chilled out soundtrack provides the perfect mood for floating your way to cellular domination.


Edge, but don't tell Tim Langdell

EDGE is a casual puzzle-platformer that challenges you to roll your cube through over 100 levels. The innovative level design and “edge hangtime” mechanic will test your planning and reflexes. Nothing can quite describe the satisfying noise of rolling your cube to victory and securing a speedy finish.

World Of Goo

World Of Goo

This critically acclaimed puzzler challenges you to build dramatic and innovative structures using goo balls. The somewhat sentient globs create rigid planks upon being placed in proximity to other goo balls, and with your help, they can escape!




  1. Got this yesterday, playing them on my tablet, phone & laptop – brilliant DRM-free goodness.

    • Also: Anomoly has superb graphics for a game on my Sensation :)

  2. All of those games are fantastic – particularly Edge if you love a good puzzler :) Always recommend these bundles if you haven’t already got the games

  3. Not forgetting the Game Music Bundles
    Although GMB#3 has ended 1+2 were amazing.

    I have all but two of those games, but I still dipped into my pocket to help out.

  4. I haven’t played Anomaly but the other three are absolutely brilliant games, totally worth supporting the Humble Bundle people in order to get hold of them.

    • They’re just the newly added games, there’s also BIT.TRIP BEAT, Fieldrunners, Space Chem, Uplink & Spirit… all amazing even before these additions.

      • I re-read the article and spotted that, also discovered the differences between each platforms bundles. I don’t have anything android, but I’d love this particular bundle of games.

      • Yup, you can just get it… and you get the PC, Mac & Linux versions anyway the games will run perfectly fine on pretty much any computer

      • No way! Thanks very much mate, I reckon I’lll treat myself to it tonight.

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