The Humble Indie Bundles or Humble Bundles are a series of game bundling experiments that allow users to purchase collections of multi-platform DRM-free independently developed video games online in a "Pay what you want" manner, with proceeds bypassing middlemen and going directly to the indie developers and charities.

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Pay What You Want and get Zen Bound 2, Avadon, Canabalt, Cogs for Mac, Windows, Linux and Android.

Posted by hero1900 on Mar 19th, 2012

Humble Bundle bringing the hottest mobile entertainment to your Android devices. Pay-what-you-want to get Zen Bound 2, Canabalt, Cogs, and Avadon: The Black Fortress (tablets only). And if you pay more than the average price, you'll also get the vibrant, side-scrolling strategy game Swords & Soldiers.

Playing at your desktop? No problem. Buying the Humble Bundle for Android 2 also gets you Mac, Windows, and Linux versions of all the games! Customers will also receive digital audio for each game with an official soundtrack.

Pay what you want. If you bought these games separately, it would cost around $57. We are letting you set the price!

The games work great on Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android (system requirements here). Note that this is the initial release of all the games for Android, and most of them for Linux. Please be patient while the developers fix any 1.0 bugs as quickly as they can, and of course, don't hesitate to contact us if you encounter any issues.

You can support charity. Choose how your purchase is divided: between the developers, the Child's Play Charity, or the Electronic Frontier Foundation. And if you like this deal, a tip to Humble Bundle would be much appreciated!

COUNTDOWN TO 2 April 2012 17:00:00 -0500

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Theon Mar 19 2012, 6:39pm says:

Dem touchphonegames, man. Just let them die already.

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siveon Mar 19 2012, 6:45pm replied:

Amen to that.

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Ca_Putt Mar 20 2012, 9:17am replied:

I really think they should get back to games for computers, even as it is, the most complex one(avadon - looks very generic) is only for tablets and PCs.

and is it just me or did the average start out higher this time?
usually I pay 5USD and feel good + get the bonus ^^

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HumbleLinux Mar 19 2012, 7:13pm says:

wow an RPG for Linux! Thanks Humble Bundle! ^^

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sakuramboo Mar 19 2012, 7:25pm says:

No Desura keys. :(

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Colossal Mar 19 2012, 8:30pm says:

Zen Bound 2 gets annoying after a while.
I've never heard of Avadon.
Cogs is already owned by basically everyone.
And Canabalt is a free flash game.

Not really a worth-while bundle.

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ragicat Mar 20 2012, 12:31pm replied:

Avadon alone is worth it, if one is at all into large classic RPG-style games, with loads of characters and story. I've played through it before, but picked up this bundle mainly to see how it works out (stability, interface, etc) on Linux and Android.

Lack of desura key is sad though.

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cerdce Mar 20 2012, 1:46am says:

No Desura keys. :( [2]

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makson96 Mar 21 2012, 4:23pm says:

Why o why, no Desura keys?

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Cheeseness Mar 26 2012, 7:07am says:

For anybody who's excited by such things, there are extra statistics and graphs for all bundles here:
And I've just finished an article that attempts to explore what all those numbers might mean (it also has some nice quotes from top Humble Bundle contributors)

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Ca_Putt Mar 26 2012, 8:14pm replied:

Great stuff! A good read.

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Cheeseness Apr 18 2012, 11:19pm replied:

Thanks! :D

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