In the latest edition of the Humble Bundle, there’s another collection of fairly popular games available. As usual, you unlock the core set of games with any donation of one dollar or more, and if you beat the current average you get a couple extra games thrown in. The interesting twist in this bundle is that all of the games are also available for Android – along with Windows, OS X, and Linux. Here’s a quick look at the games included (ordered in terms of increasing age):
Ticket to Ride (Android: June 2013), 91% iOS average; regularly priced at $10 (Steam) or $7 (Android); includes USA 1910 DLC ($2). This is an adaptation of the popular board game of the same name, finally available on...
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