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If you live in a cave and don’t know what the Humble Bundle is, it’s a cross platform “pay what you want” bundle of games that are DRM free and can activate on Steam. It also helps charity!
You get Splice, Eufloria, Waking Mars, Crayon Physics Deluxe, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, and if you pay more than the average, Machinarium. Also included are the game’s soundtracks.
Humble Bundle for Android #3 Now Available
The new Humble Bundle for Android is now available for purchase on the official Humble Bundle website. This bundle includes Fieldrunners, BIT.TRIP BEAT, SpaceChem, and Uplink. Also, if you pay more than the average donation, you can grab Spirits as well.
As always with every Humble Bundle, it’s pay what you want! You can also choose to split your donation one of three ways. Enjoy!
Square Enix Will Release Final Fantasy III For Ouya In March
It seems Ouya has hit a major stride, as Square Enix is supporting its launch by having Final Fantasy III ready at launch for the system in March 2013. The developer/publisher also released hints at some of their other titles such as Crystal Defenders, Imaginary Range, and the original Final Fantasy which have been released for other devices.
Perhaps this marks more big name developer/publishers to sign on later?
Great news! In less than one day, OUYA has surpassed their goal! Thank you to everyone that helped out!
An open source console built with Android OS is trying to change console gaming. Giving indie developers the ability to bring their games to the television and giving you many Free to Play games and demos, this looks like it can do what it aims to. It also brings Twitch.TV to your screen so you can watch all the esports your heart desires.
With a Tegra3 quad-core processor, 1GB of ram, 8GB of flash storage, built in WiFi and Bluetooth, HDMI and USB support, and a controller with a touchpad built in, this little beast of a console will be more than enough running on Android 4.0.
All they need now is your support to make their prototype a product ready to be sold (extremely cheaply) on market, so go over to their Kickstarter and make a pledge!
Available immediately, users’ Steam library of games can now be managed remotely via the web. With an active Steam client running on the remote PC or Mac, users may log into the Steam web site or mobile app to access and manage their library of games, downloading pre-loads, new releases, or their latest purchases, as soon as they’re available. Head home to find your new downloads installed and ready to play upon arrival.
To kick off a remote download, simply visit your Games list on the Steam Community site, which can be accessed from your own profile using a web browser or the Steam mobile app on iOS or Android. If logged into the latest update of the Steam client on a PC or Mac, there you’ll see which games are currently installed, and have the ability to install others from your library. Or, seamlessly complete your online purchase with remote installation: When a remote session is detected, the Steam store will ask whether you’d like to download your new purchases immediately.