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The Humble Bundle is back on, this time offering a set of games for Android devices. It includes Fieldrunners, Bit.Trip Beat, SpaceChem, and Uplink. Paying more than the average (currently just over $6) gets you Spirits as well.
SpaceChem and Uplink will both require a tablet, if you're playing the Android versions, but the good news is that a single purchase unlocks Windows, Mac, and Linux versions as well. All of the games also come with soundtracks, so altogether Humble Bundle touts a $52 value. As usual, you'll be able to name your own price.
To get the latest Humble Bundle, visit the website.
The ridiculously good Bit.Trip Runner has a sequel, of sorts, on the way. It's not part of the Bit.Trip series, though, so it's simply called Runner 2. Which about sums up what's going on.
Note that, as good as this already looks, it's a "super sneaky peek" at pre-alpha code, which you'll eventually realise with the lack of effects or background animations.
Trailer: Runner 2 Pre-Alpha Footage (Gaijin Games) [IndieGames]
Details of the next Humble Indie Bundle have once more leaked, because Steam’s Content Description Record Viewer Thingamie is so ludicrously easy for people to spy. And it looks like it’s going to be a bit of a corker, as spotted by DIY Gamer. In the pay-what-you-want collection it seems there will be Super Meat Boy, BIT.TRIP.RUNNER, Jamestown, Nightsky and Shank. That’s the first wave, and then there’s even better to get added in.
As well as being collected and 3D-itised for Nintendo 3DS in Bit.Trip Saga, Gaijin's whole retro-styled rhythm game series Bit.Trip bit is coming to retail shelves for Wii with new content in Bit.Trip Complete.
Along with the six Bit.Trip games released on WiiWare--Beat, Core, Void, Runner, Fate, and Flux--the Bit.Trip Complete collection will add new content and include bonus goodies. All six are getting new difficulty modes, online leaderboards, and challenges--120 in total.
On top of that, you'll get a soundtrack CD with tunes from across the series, an audio gallery with "fan remixes, original songs, and demo versions of existing Bit.Trip themes," a video gallery with production stills and concept art, a video gallery, and more.
Bit.Trip Complete is headed to Wii this summer alongside Bit.Trip Saga. Aksys Games is publishing them both.