It's been a week since Humble Bundle with Android 7 hit the net, offering six android games at a pay-what-you-want price, which means it's time for a second wave of games to enter the pot. All of these titles have appeared in previous Humble Bundles, but it's always nice to offer repeat titles to those who didn't hop on them the first time. The new additions include Anomaly Korea, Broken Sword: Director's Cut, Organ Trail: Director's Cut, and Ticket To Ride Europe DLC.



You also get your hands on Anodyne, a 2D Zelda-style adventure game that made its Android debut as a part of this bundle. And as is the custom these days, the soundtracks for all nine games are included with your purchase.


Anyone who has contributed over the average should see these titles automatically appear in their Humble libraries. Those of you who haven't yet jumped in just have to do the same to achieve all nine games along with the DLC. Right now the average is a little over six bucks, but I'm sure we can drive that up, right?

Source: The Humble Bundle

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Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • Mehmet Fatih

    I love humble bundle for android, their offers are good. The only thing I dont love is you cant have the games on Google Play, and have to download extra app too have them, its like downloading the apk from some illegal site and installing to phone, the diffrence is you pay charity money and its legal. I hope they change their system to sync with Google Play someday, like they do in normal bundles with steam keys.

    • Pascal Welsch

      I'm sure this will never happen.

    • Scott

      You don’t need a separate app to get the games onto your mobile device. Just go to your humble bundle account and send an email to your device. You can then download the apk for each and install.

      • No_Nickname90

        I think OP's point is that the games *aren't* linked with Google Play, regardless if you get the Hundle Bundle App from the website or the PlayStore.

        It sounds like OP wants some way where the PlayStore knows you legally got the app. Of course, I can't see that ever happening. Mainly because it's no different than the Amazon market.

    • http://www.youtube.com/crisr82 Kristian Ivanov

      You can just download the Humble Bundle app from Google Play...it'll keep track of all your Humble Bundle games and notify you when there are updates.

    • Régis Knechtel

      That's why I don't support them. They can link PC games to Steam, but can't to play store :/

    • Amer Khaznadar

      This is not the fault of Humble Bundle. Play Store doesn't have support for adding purchases from other sources while Steam does. If this minor inconvenience is anyone's fault, then it's Google's.

  • cypl

    I feel stupid... what's Android 7?

    • Abe Lincoln

      Just the name of the current Humble Bundle.. it could be read like "The Humble Bundle (with Android) #7"

      • cypl

        Thanks! Now I feel even more stupid... :-)

        • Pengwn

          On the internet, you're automatically considered stupid unless proven otherwise.

  • tlingitsoldier

    Dumb question; how does one get the Ticket to Ride Europe DLC? I bought the bundle when it was first released, and I also wasn't able to figure out how to get the 1910 DLC either. In the game it only offers to let me pay another $5 for each.

    • Kevin Aaronson

      It's pretty complex. You'll need to register at the ticket to ride devs website to link your game to a profile, and then you'll use the DLC steam key to redeem the DLC through their website. All this can be done through the web portal in the game.

      • tlingitsoldier

        Yeesh, nice of them to make it so easy :-| Thanks for letting me know! I'll have to go there and give it a try.

      • tlingitsoldier

        Finally figured it out! Took me forever to find my Steam Keys, because I've never used them on Steam. Good to know for when I have a computer that can play more complex games. Thanks again for pointing me in the right direction.

      • http://blog.artesea.co.uk/ artesea

        Anyone know if you can get the DLCs to work with the game which was purchased through the Play Store? Already have Ticket to Ride and the idea of getting the expansions via bundle sound great.

  • No_Nickname90

    I already have Anomaly: Korea. It's a fun game. Tower Offence; that was a first.

    • ChainsawCharlie

      I agree it is a fun game. And this is coming from someone who doesnt normally like TD games.

  • fanoush

    Got it because of Ticket to Ride and was dissapointed by the fixed resolution/aspect ratio. Everything is small and there are huge black bars both at the top and bottom on my Nook HD+ (1920x1280 screen) so it uses like 60% of vertical space :-(

    • http://blog.artesea.co.uk/ artesea

      Have you got a custom dpi running? My Nook HD+ is showing letterboxing but it's less than 5% each at the top and bottom.
      Also you can pinch zoom on the map.