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Humble Mobile Bundle Eye Candy: get Botanicula, Dark Echo and more!

A new week brings about a new Humble Mobile Bundle Eye Candy! We didn’t name it, folks, this is what the new mobile game bundle is officially called. This Humble Bundle brings about Android-exclusive games with no ads and lots of hours of fun.


Humble Mobile Bundle Eye Candy


If you are a Humble Bundle fan, you know the drill, every two weeks or so, a new bundle appears. You pay above the exorbitant price of one (1) dollar and get three mobile games. Pay above the average price and you get three more games. After a week or so, more games are bound to appear in the bundle. You always get games cheaper than what you would pay for each of them on the Google Play Store or on Amazon Appstore for example, so it’s a deal!


This time, Humble bundle Eye Candy gets you Botanicula, Deep under the Sky and Haunt the House: Terrortown for the price of $1. The most important and popular game of the three is Botanicula, an adventure puzzle game made by the same studio that brought us Machinarium.



If you pay more than the average price – which at the moment is $4.05 – you also get Jelly Defense, Dark Echo and Fearless Fantasy.


Keep in mind that these bundles share some of the payments with charities, so it’s always a nice gesture to choose to give to the needy.


Source: Humble Bundle

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Botanicula – a new point and click original game from the creators of Machinarium

If you’re in the mood for a game, we have a fresh one out of the Amanita Design team, and that is Botanicula. The little game resembles Machinarium in art and gameplay, but it presents a new adventure where you control around five tree-dwelling friends who have to protect the last seed from their home-tree with their life as their own home is infested with parasites.



Botanicula is in essence a point and click adventure game with bonuses and puzzles you can unlock as you progress. You have over 150 unique locations to explore, each with its own special artwork. The music is good as well, resembling that of Machinarium.

For $4.99 you get a pretty decent and creative game you can try in your free time. And you won’t even be bothered by in-app purchases as you point and click!

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