The Humble Bundle has gone cross-platform, with all four games in its latest pack compatible with Android, Windows, GNU Linux and Mac. As with earlier Humble Bundles, customers can pay what they want, with their choice of split between developers, Humble Bundle themselves, and charity – the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Child’s Play Charity.
All four games are worth roughly $60 across platforms, and only those Humble Bundle customers who pay more than the average price, of $5.91, will get the fourth game - World of Goo. The other games are Anomaly: Warzone Earth HD, Osmos HD, and EDGE. The games are all DRM-free, so customers will be able to install them as many times as they like, and even redeem them on Steam.
Interestingly, the soundtracks to the games are also included. According to Humble Bundle, the “games work great on Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android”. They have published system requirements for Android, and for customers unsure about the compatibility of their Android device, demos are available.
At the time of writing, the Humble Bundle for Android, GNU Linux, Mac and Windows had already collected more than $400,000, with more than 13 days to go. Visit it here.