Humble Bundle 3 for Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android has added four more bonus games and their soundtracks from the original Humble Bundle.
You’d have to spend $135 to get everything separately, but you can decide to spend the amount you want. You set the price and determine how much goes to the developers, charities (Electric Frontier Foundation, Child’s Play), and Humble Bundle itself. In order to get the bonus games you’ll need to spend more than the average, so the sooner you buy the less you’ll have to spend. Just don’t dawdle for too long since you have fewer than seven days to take advantage of Humble Bundle 3 before it’s gone for good.
- World of Goo – This critically acclaimed puzzler challenges you to build dramatic and innovative structures using goo balls. The somewhat sentient globs create rigid planks upon being placed in proximity to other goo balls, and with your help, they can escape!
- Osmos – In Osmos, you play an amoeba-esque creature (called a “mote”) in a world with a few basic rules: you absorb smaller things, and bigger things absorb you. The catch? The amoeba propels forward by shooting out bits of itself, so move with care! Different game modes introduce opposing AI amoebas, gravity, and other twists, and a chilled out soundtrack provides the perfect mood for floating your way to cellular domination.
- Anomaly: Warzone Earth – Anomaly is an intense reversal of the tower defense formula, with players managing a convoy’s path through various war torn environments. Careful planning of powerups, unit composition, and more will make or break your journey.
- EDGE – EDGE is a casual puzzle-platformer that challenges you to roll your cube through over 100 levels. The innovative level design and “edge hangtime” mechanic will test your planning and reflexes. Nothing can quite describe the satisfying noise of rolling your cube to victory and securing a speedy finish.
All of the games can be played on either OS X, Windows, Linux, or Android, and you can either unlock them on Steam if you pay $1 or more or download DRM-free versions. You’re not limited to a single platform because you get access to these games on all of them. Play Uplink on your Mac and SpaceChem on your Android smartphone without having to buy a separate bundle for each.
Each game has separate system requirements, but if your Mac is running OS X v10.6 you’ll be able to play all of them without any trouble.
Humble Bundle’s website has more more information on how to purchase a bundle for yourself or a friend. Just remember you only have seven days before this deal ends for good.