By Operation Rainfall Contributor / March 5th, 2013
Earlier today, the Humble Bundle with Android 5 was made available. As the first of its kind, all the games in this bundle can be played on PC and Android devices. As with previous Humble Bundles, this bundle features some great games. For a price of your choice, you’ll receive the musical arcade shooter Beat Hazard Ultra, the 2-D action-adventure Dynamite Jack, the Indiecade Festival 2011 finalist Solar 2, and the beautiful physics puzzler NightSky HD.
As per usual, you will also be given the soundtracks for these games except for Dynamite Jack, unfortunately. If you wish to “beat the average” ($5.57 as of now), Super Hexagon, the Independent Games Festival 2013 finalist for excellence in design and created by the guy behind VVVVVV (which is excellent, by the way), as well as Dungeon Defenders (including all its DLC) and their respective soundtracks will be yours!
Now, I know Dungeon Defenders has just come up in the last Humble Bundle around Christmas. But if you have any interest in tower-defence and strategy-RPG hybrids, you owe it to yourself to give this game a try. Personally, I’ve sunken hours upon hours into this game’s single player alone. Many more would be waiting if I were interested in its multiplayer, or if I were a raving lunatic going through it alone. Even if you have the game already, if you lack some of the DLC you still won’t get it any cheaper than here. Head over to the official Humble Bundle page or the Humble Mumble blog for more information on these magnificent games. Enjoy the feast!
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