If you thought DNF was at least acceptable, you'll like this. Put it this way: it's as enjoyable as a throwaway FPS like Devastation, Red Faction, Serious Sam 2 etc.
Did not think the main game was as bad as people made it out to be, but then again thats possibly because I set my standards to "Excrement" in preperation, plus I played it after they added the ability to carry more then 2 guns.
This humble bundle is pretty awful. I can't even muster the enthusiasm to pay 1 dollar for it.
Theyīll probably add some games as the sale continues. You can activate games on Steam and then download them for Android too, right?
Judging by the way the graphic at the top of the page is set up, it's pretty obvious they plan to add more games, but the ones that are already there don't interest me enough to draw me in on that alone. This will be the first Humble Bundle I won't buy.
I already owned everything but Anomaly on PC. World of Goo is better as a more tactile game. Anomaly seems to run great on the Samsung Galaxy S II. Osmos is a joy and feels very natural on the platform.
Oddly, the only one I don't enjoy on my phone is Edge, which started on the iPhone. It is far improved with keyboard controls on PC.
All in all, these are some of the most polished games I've played on Android, and in three of four cases I don't find myself wishing I was playing on a platform with keys or a D-pad - which is more than I can say for most Android games.
JA2 Gold, I'm sure.
For Direct2Drive users (now moved to Gamefly) you should have an email containing a 30% off coupon that expires on 2/3. So use it before you lose it.
February 3rd. :)
I'm in the US.