Humble Bundle with Android 5 Adds Three New Games

Pay above the average to get Splice, Crayon Physics Deluxe, and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP.

by on 13th Mar, 2013

Humble Bundle has added a few new games to its latest bundle, the Humble Bundle with Android 5. Four of the games in the bundle's original configuration – Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, and Nightsky HD – will be available to all buyers no matter how little they choose to spend, but those who want Super Hexagon, Dungeon Defenders, and the three new additions will have to pay more than the average, which is currently $6.78. The three new games are:

Splice, an “experimental microbial puzzler” in which you have to rearrange cells to match up with an outline. The draw with this one comes from its simplicity and attractive visual aesthetic and music.

Crayon Physics Deluxe, a physics-based puzzle game that won the grand prize at the Independent Games Festival in 2008. You draw objects in crayon on pieces of paper, and those drawings come to life in a way that helps you to get a ball to the goal in each level.

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, a critically acclaimed adventure game with a pixellated but rich aesthetic. You explore the countryside, solve puzzles, and engage in combat. Again, the music in this one contributes a lot to the experience.

The bundle also includes soundtracks for many of the games. Naturally, those particularly notable soundtracks – Splice, Super Hexagon, Sword & Sworcery – are only unlocked if you pay more than the average.

If you're interested in any of these games or their music, head on over and choose your price before the average goes up.

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