Humble Bundle with Android 7 ReviewGuest_Jim_* -
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Has there ever come a time that you had money to spend, and you want it to be for a good cause, but want something for yourself? Well the good folks at Humble Bundle are looking to help you with the new Humble Bundle with Android 7, a 4+2 bundle of games and soundtracks.
For those that do not know, Humble Bundle is a company that puts together digital media bundles to sell using a pay-what-you-want model that can directly benefit charities and/or content producers. Exactly how much the charities and content producers benefit is completely up to you, but you are encouraged to pay more than the minimum. For this bundle, Anodyne, Greed Corp, Incredipede, and Ticket to Ride can be had at any price, along with four soundtracks. To also receive The Bard's Tale, Worms Reloaded, and their soundtracks, you have to beat the average sale price.
Purchasing the bundle gets you DRM-free copies of these games for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android, with one exception for Android. Worms Reloaded does not have an Android version, but Worms 2: Armageddon is its Android counterpart. You also get Steam keys for each of these games, if you like using Steam to manage your library.
Now the question is if any of these games make the bundle worth buying on its own, and what of these games are the best? Well, that is why we are reviewing them. Unfortunately, because the bundle is only available for a total of two weeks, I cannot spend the time to completely play each game. Instead I play enough to feel confident that I can write a competent review. This could take half an hour or multiple hours, depending on the game. As the bundle includes Android versions of these games, I will also play them on my Verizon Galaxy Nexus, which you can read a review of at TalkAndroid, a sister site of Overclockers Club: Verizon Galaxy Nexus review – Does it live up to the hype?
With all of that covered, on to the reviews!