On the move, you see, because all of the games have both desktop, Mac and mobile/tablet versions. It's like a play on words,or something. Writer stuff. Yeah. Anyway, the latest Humble Indie Bundle - the series of spectacularly successful Pay What You Want game bundles - contains mildly creepy rope-puzzler Zen Bound 2, running and jumping phenomenon Canabalt, clockworky brain-befuddler Cogs, and epic turn-based role-play 'em up, Avadon: The Black Fortress. To be honest this is the first indie bundle I've felt a bit indifferent towards - with the exception of Avadon I can't really see myself giving much time to any of these games. Still, you get to give money to the EFF and Child's Play, too, so there's always that feeling of doing the right thing to help out with those other feelings of indifference.
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