Five additional games added to Humble Bundle 4, thanks to supporters

Well that didn’t take long. Less than a week after release, the makers of Humble Bundle 4 have already doubled the amount of playable games that come in the latest offering. If you remember how this little bundle works, you may choose to donate whatever amount you feel to support the developers, basically letting them know how much you like the games. When it was released last week, if you chose to donate more than the average donation, it came with a sixth game. Well thanks to the resounding success of this model (and to the wonderful gamers that have donated), if you now pay more than the average donation, you’ll receive five additional games.

As a refresher, here’s how the games break down. The games below are what was offered if you paid over the average amount:

  • the future-retro audiovisual concoction Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP by Capybara Games
  • the creative physics puzzler Crayon Physics Deluxe by Kloonigames
  • the plant-based interstellar RTS Eufloria by Omni Systems
  • the cell-splitting microbial puzzler Splice by Cipher Prime
  • the side-scrolling planetary adventure Waking Mars by Tiger Style
  • the mechanical point and click adventure Machinarium by Amanita Design


This are the now lineup of games that you’ll get if you donate more than the average ($6.34 at the time of this writing), along with the games listed above.


  • the RPG fantasy saga Avadon: The Black Fortress by Spiderweb Software
  • the indie parkour platformer Canabalt by Semi Secret Software
  • the 3D mechanical puzzle game Cogs by Lazy 8 Studios
  • the side-scrolling strategy rumblefest Swords & Soldiers HD by Ronimo Games and Two Tribes
  • the groundbreaking meditative puzzler Zen Bound 2 by Secret Exit

About the Author: Sean Stewart

Born in Tennessee yet raised in Florida, Sean is an analyst now living back in Tennessee. His love for gadgets and electronics began in the early 90’s when he received a Sony Walkman for Christmas. At the time, he felt the cassette tape playing, Mega-Bass wielding, three-band equalizer piece of electronics was as good as it'll ever get. There was also the original Nintendo which consumed countless hours of his youth, followed by every follow-up version, a Sega Genesis, PlayStations, and Xboxes. He was a little late to the smartphone party however, not being exposed to one until running a jail-broken, 2nd Gen iPhone on T-Mobile’s network. His phone of choice now is the Galaxy Nexus. He spends most of his free time with his wife and two daughters.