Humble Bundle loves adding games as a bundle sales start picking up. They added three new games, plus DLC content, to the PC and Android 7 bundle on October 22. So those who have already paid above average price for the PC and Android 7 bundle will already have these three, new titles and one DLC awaiting them on their Humble Bundle download page.
“Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars” is a remake of the original point and click adventure game. In addition to the classic story, this director’s cut contains new narrative. Nicole Collard is a nosy journalist who teams up with tourist, George Stobbart, to determine how a bistro bombing and the death of a statesman are intertwined.
“Organ Trail: Director’s Cut” is a retro zombie survival game that parodies “Oregon Trail”. While there doesn’t appear to be a zombie apocalypse on the horizon yet, you can test your mettle to survive in “Organ Trail”.
“Anomaly Korea” introduces you to a top-down, reverse tower defense strategy game where you are the invader. You have to plan a strategic route through the alien-infested streets of Korea.
“Ticket to Ride: Europe DLC” adds more destinations for you to build your cross-country railway system to.
If you haven’t purchased the PC and Android 7 Humble Bundle pack yet, then there’s still time to do so. And whether you pay above the current average price or not, you will still receive these four great games.
“Ticket to Ride” which will include the “USA 1910” DLC that includes three new game variants and more destinations for your railroad. Build your railroad all across the country just like you did with the classic board game. Check the video on this page to see how this game works.
“Greed Corp” is a tactical, real-time strategy game. You must fight your opponent without running out of supplies while mining the Earth for more materials to make cannons, turrets and troops. However, by mining materials from the ground you will also be limiting the amount of land you have to build on.
“Incredipede” allows you to take control of Quozzle, the incredipede, as she goes on a quest to find her long lost sister. A variety of premade Quozzles are available with different strengths to make it through the journey, or you can make your own creature that swims, jumps and swings through the terrain.
“Anodyne” puts you into the mind of Young who has an uneasy subconscious. Young is armed with a broom and intends to protect the Briar from The Darkness. Your broom is used for both fighting and puzzle solving, where you flip the broom over and actually sweep dust around.
For those who pay over the average price, you will unlock these two game titles, on top of the three titles and DLC pack that were added on October 22.
“Worms Reloaded” allows you to command a team of worms and use their arsenal of silly weapons, such as the Super Sheep or Holy Hand Grenade, to blow up your opponents. “Worms Reloaded” also comes with “Worms 2: Armageddon” which is the Android counterpart to the PC version.
“The Bard’s Tale” features a rogue hero who is downright unwilling to be a hero. On top of that he’s rude, greedy and maybe a little horny. The Bard treks across the country completing quests in order to fatten his coin purse and feed his love for women, wine, wit and song.
Purchases of this bundle will donate money to a variety of sources. You can choose to donate to the individual developers of the games, or just certain developers as you see fit, or to the Electronic Frontier Foundation or Child’s Play charities. Don’t forget to give a little something to Humble Bundle while you’re divvying up your donations, as that allows Humble Bundle to keep adding great bundles in the future.