Humble Bundle launched yesterday the eighth package for PC and Android, which despite the name also has games compatible with Linux and OSX. For those who do not know, with Humble Bundle you pay what you want for a few games and by doing so help charities such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation, or the Child’s Play Charity.
This time we have four games that we pay what we want for, but if we give more than $1 will also receive the activation key on Steam:
- Little Inferno
- Gemini Rue
- AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA! for the Awesome
- Jack Lumber
If you pay more than the average, which is now $4.05, we will get two games: Hero Academy and Anomaly 2. Just for Anomaly 2 we would have to pay $5 if we take it from the Play Store and is one of the Android games with the best graphics.
As is the Humble Bundle tradition, the offer lasts only two weeks, and in the second week those who paid more than the average will also receive some surprise games. All games from the bundle costs around $80, but you can take them for less than $5 and pay for charities too. So it is an offer to envy.
By the way, there is no limit to how much you pay, the greatest contribution is currently $200. So if you’re feeling generous…