The latest Humble Bundle has landed, and this time it's offering seven-ish games out of the gate. To clarify that "ish" - those who pay under the average will receive Draw a Stickman: Epic, a copy of Galcon Legends (single-player) that comes with Galcon Fusion (multiplayer), and a beta version of Symphony. This equates to three or four games depending on whether you count Galcon as a single package and/or don't mind playing a title that's still in beta. For the people that beat the average, these games are joined by four more: Breach & Clear, Fieldrunners 2, Metal Slug 3, and Skulls of the Shogun.


Humble Bundle PC and Android 10 marks the first time several of these games have graced our mobile platform, including Skulls of the Shogun, Symphony, and Galcon Legends.

This is not an Android-exclusive bundle, so every game on this list is also available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Anyone who throws money at the deal will also walk away with six soundtracks as well. That's not bad at all for discounted software, especially considering a portion of each payment goes to charity. You can also expect more games to get added to the bundle a week from now for those who beat the average, so don't be stingy.

The Humble Bundle

Source: Humble Bundle blog

Bertel King, Jr.
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.

  • João Deiró

    Weird thing is, Breach & Clear was already released on a HB. Why are they including it again?

    • spacekobra

      They always do that.

    • atlouiedog

      That was a Mobile Bundle. This one is PC & Android so now it's available on more platforms and to a slightly different group of customers.

  • Matthew Fry

    Skulls of the Shogun looked pretty cool. More casual side of strategy. I'm glad to see it leave Windows 8 exclusivity.

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  • SuperMario7

    It's worth it just for Fieldrunners 2 and Skulls of the Shogun, love these Android and PC bundles

  • Funem

    Metal Slug has also been in another bundle, I buy them all anyway, I have a problem with Galcon as it formats wrong on the Note 3 and Symphony does not recognise music on the external memory card, but hey, its charity so its worth it.

  • James

    Planning to get this if Skulls of the Shogun will run on a phone (and not just tablets). Can anyone confirm?

    • Cerberus_tm

      I can download it on my Galaxy Nexus through the Humble Bundle application, so I assume it will work! 500+ MB, though.