11 Bit Studios plan to release their IGF 2015 awarded title, This War of Mine, on iPads in the near future. Currently, the title is supported on PCs, Macs, Linux-powered machines, as well as Steam Machines.
Since the game does not need a state-of-the-art computer in order to run it and mobile devices nowadays are quite able to handle a bit of advanced graphics anyway, it would be wise for the company to enter the mobile market. The title is said to be available on the AppStore later on this year.
Thank you Kotaku for providing us with this information
For the past few weeks Humble Bundle brings us a new Weekly Bundle! This week is the same as the others, bringing us an awesome bundle of games for a low great price. This week’s bundle brings us several games, unfortunately we are only able to redeem one on Steam, Anomaly Warzone Earth. Though all of the other games are all available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android!
With this remarkable bundle you get to play 5 awesome games, customize your desktop with some cool wallpaper and you can even print a 3D model. You will also have access to all of the soundtracks, except for the mobile campaign, though it is most likely the same soundtrack as Warzone Earth.
If you are not familiar with the way that the Humble Bundle system works, it is really easy. Humble Bundle gives us a list of games that they offer, and you are able to get all of them for how much you want to pay by giving us
“Name Your Price” you as the customer get to name your price for the games that are offered, if you pay at least one dollar you get steam codes for the games that are available on Steam. Usually these games are also DRM free, which means that you have the ability to download them from the Humble Bundle website. Usually there is also a game or two that get if you “Beat The Average”, this means that if you pay more than the average person for the games, the bonus games are given to you.
These “Name Your Price” events also allow you to specify where the money that you pay goes. By default
65% of your payment goes to the Developers of the games, if there are multiple developers the 65% is split up evenly.
20% of your payment goes to charity split evenly between the charities supported.
15% of your payment goes as a Humble Tip to Humble Bundle. (Which pays for bandwidth, and development of their promotions.)
There are several payment methods, these include Paypal, Amazon Payments, Google Wallet, and you also can pay with Bitcoin.
Humble Bundle primarily supports two charities the majority of the time, those two charities are Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play. I encourage you to verify and research more about these charities as you should with any charity that you might donate to.
More information on Child’s Play can be found at this website www.childsplaycharity.org/, the organization works with over 70 children’s hospitals worldwide to improve children’s lives with toys and games.