Quite big news for the Humble Bundle series, as the just-launched latest Android Bundle features the premiere of Superbrothers/Capy/Jim Guthrie’s Sword & Sworcery EP on the device — something the devs long-maintained would probably never come to fruition — alongside Tiger Style’s Waking Mars, Petri Purho’s Crayon Physics Deluxe, Omni System’s Eufloria, Cipher Prime’s Splice, and Amanita’s Machinarium.
Purchasing the bundle also nets you Steam keys for the PC/Mac/Linux versions of the games, and soundtracks for each, making it one of Wolfire’s most essential bundles they’ve offered so far.
Every month, as part of the regular monthly meetings of the Austin, TX independent game community JUEGOS RANCHEROS, we do a very casual & chatty rundown of the ten or so games from the previous month — both local and global, and both indie and occasionally a bit-bigger-budget — for the audience, to give people — especially those curious onlookers from outside the indie community itself — a look at what they may have missed.
In keeping with the tongue-in-tobacco-packed-cheek tone, we call these run-downs A Fistful of Indies, which are be presented here on Venus Patrol for your reference, each fully-annotated, -linked, and off-the-cuff blurbed, in addition to their home on the JUEGOS RANCHEROS site.
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