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Humble Bundle With Android 7 Includes Bard's Tale, Anodyne

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There are so many Humble Bundles now! Why, back in my day, we had to wait 1417 years (uphill, in the snow, beset on all sides by lackluster deals and also wolverines) for fresh bowls of piping hot generosity, and we... well, I mean, we liked it, yeah, but honestly? We're talking about great games on the cheap for good causes. So far, more has largely proven to be better. I mean, I haven't really bought many of the Humble Weeklies, but I definitely appreciate that they exist. Really, my main issue is one of inevitability: the more games get bundled, the higher the likelihood is that I already own them. Case in point: most of Humble Bundle With Android 7.

The full lineup is composed of adorably grotesque puzzler Incredipede, surprisingly contemplative Zelda-alike Anodyne, turn-based hexa-strategy Greed Corp, railroad constructor Ticket To Ride, and if you beat the average, inXile rib/organ tickler The Bard's Tale and Worms Reloaded.

Now, this one's not quite as star-studded as usual, but all of these games are also on Android, so that's a plus for those of you who break with sacred PC gaming tradition and play your games on - gasp - anything else. They're also all functional on Linux and Mac as well, so that's a decent many bases covered.

No, it's not the incomparable combo of Brutal Legend, Mark of the Ninja, Bastion, Fez, and co, but this one's still sprinkled with gems. Have you been meaning to snag any of these games? If so, you probably won't find many better offers.

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Nathan Grayson

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Nathan wrote news for RPS between 2012-2014, and continues to be the only American that's been a full-time member of staff. He's also written for a wide variety of places, including IGN, PC Gamer, VG247 and Kotaku, and now runs his own independent journalism site Aftermath.