Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over but there is still the Humble Bundle. In fact, more have been added to the Humble Crescent Moon Mobile Bundle. Three more unlocked bonuses have been added as well so everyone is happy.
Once in a non-blue moon, Humble Bundle churns out a non-numbered bundle that instead focuses on a particular theme or publisher. This month's bundle gathers some of the popular games from Crescent Moon Games' catalog. It's the usual setup of pay what you want, pay more if you want more, bundling system, but this time, Humble Bundle is throwing in a new mechanic into the mix, depending on how much money the campaign rakes in.
The folks over at Humble Bundle has just made announcement that they will be soon unpublishing their Android app from Google Play Store. But fret not. This doesn't mean that they are abandoning the mobile platform entirely. They are, in fact, preparing something better and a DRM-free installer will soon be available in APK form directly from them instead of Google's app marketplace.
It's time again for a new version of the Humble Mobile Bundle, and this time out it's a special version for Halloween. The bundle for October is called the Humble MoBOOile Bundle and the six games that are available have more of a spooky twist to them.
It seems like we were just talking about the last version of the Humble Mobile Bundle, and that's mostly because it has only been a couple of weeks since the last version was here. The latest Humble Mobile Bundle 9 is here and it brings with it some cool and DRM-free games for mobile Android gamers to enjoy.
The last time we talked about the Humble Bundle for Android, it was the mobile version of the game pack with a slew of mobile games for Android smartphones. This time out we are looking at the Humble Flash Bundle that is packed with some cool DRM-free games and can be purchased on Steam.
Mobile gamers looking to get their hands on some new mobile games to play on the go should check out the Humble Mobile Bundle 8 game pack that landed recently. Like the standard Humble Bundle, these games are available in a group for whatever you feel like paying.
Some might be tired of hearing it, but there's another Humble Bundle campaign going on. This time it's another cross-platform bunch, covering both PC, via Steam, and Android devices. All DRM-free, pay what you want games, including the newly released Anomaly Defenders and the horrifyingly hilarious Surgeon Simulator.
The Humble Bundle has been around for a while now giving mobile gamers access to some cool games in a bundle where you can pay what you want for access to the games. The Humble Bundle 7 is now available for gamers to grab and as always, it brings access to full versions of games that are DRM-free.
As expected, Humble Bundle has expanded its latest bundle half way through the two-week campaign. While it may not be an exciting giveaway, one of them isn't even a game, it's still a deal considering how much you would be paying for the games individually otherwise. That is, of course, if you're a huge fan of the speedy blue hedgehog.