Are you tired of your antagonistic friend Kevin berating you for not having played Capybara and Jim Guthrie collaboration Sword & Sworcery? “You’ve never played Sword & Sworcery? Dude, you should probably play Sword & Sworcery,” he says, in his mocking tone. Well enough of that — today is your first chance to snag Sword & Sworcery on your Android device for a potentially very low price. That price, of course, is up to you, as Sword & Sworcery is just one of six excellent games included in the fourth Humble Android Bundle, which launches today. Paying any amount nets you not just Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery EP, but also Waking Mars, Eufloria, Crayon Physics Deluxe, and Splice. Paying over the (variable) average amount will also get you a copy of (gorgeous) adventurer Machinarium. Beyond just Android, you’ll also get copies on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux (pay $1 or more and you’ll even get Steam keys for each game) — it’s a pretty great deal. Even better? That money goes to charity! Just think how good that’ll feel to rub in that jerk Kevin’s face.
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