I don’t know about you, but I love gaming on the cheap. Indie games scratch the gaming itch just enough that I’ve pretty much become a mobile-only gamer.
Enter Humble Bundle with Android 5. In this Humble Android Bundle, pay what you want to get DRM-free games and Android-compatible APKs, and maybe push some money towards charity at the same time.
This bundle brings four games to the party: Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, Nightsky HD, and Beat Hazard Ultra. Pay more for your bundle than the average user, and you’ll net yourself Super Hexagon and Dungeon Defenders as well.
Sos, the one-man developer of McPixel, is running a promo with Pirate Bay. This weekend only, you have the man’s permission to torrent the point-and-click, micro-adventure-game for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
It’s time once more to snag a group of full-version, DRM-free indie games for whatever you feel like paying. The lineup this time includes Crayon Physics Deluxe (booyah!), Cogs, VVVVVV, and Hammerfight, plus And Yet It Moves. Hit up the site to download for Windows, Mac, and/or Linux. The deal is only good through August 9th, so check it out soon.
It’s time again to snag some full-version games for as much or little as you want to spend. The roster for this iteration includes Trine, Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds: Survivor, and two indie titles. These DRM-free games will be yours to play on Windows, Mac, or Linux, and you’ll be helping charity at the same time.
Fans of Blaster Master should give this one a try. Helena the 3rd combines 2D and 3D platforming with first-person shooting, paying big homage to Blaster Master while also bringing something new to the table.