by Charlene Owen, 1 year ago
Life is about to get better for Android-loving gamers as Sony’s Kazuo Hirai announced that the PlayStation Suite will soon be available on more Android devices. The company stirred up a decent amount of excitement…
It seems that the Humble Bundle for Android 1 did so well, that the team behind it is revving up for a sequel, and this time, with games that are available for Android, as well, all 5 of them. The games are as follows:
The way this project works is that you can donate whatever amount you want – the minimum is just $0.01 (don't be cheap now!). There's one catch, though. You'll only get the last 4 games if your amount is lower than the “average” amount, which at the time of this writing is $6.24. If you beat this average you'll also get Swords & Soldiers, which seems to be the best one out of the group. Part of the money can also go to charity, whether it's EFF (one of the biggest and most effective organizations fighting for our digital rights) or Child's Play. You can customize the amount however you want.
All of these games will also work on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X, and they are DRM-free, which could be part of the reason why you'll want to donate to these developers, besides the already great idea that they allow you to get their $57 worth of games for whatever amount you want.