It's a rare phenomenon but not totally unheard of. The folks over at Humble Bundle have crafted a pre-holiday package that will keep you occupied and entertained no matter what device you're on with the Humble Bundle PC and Android 8.
Humble Bundle 3 for mobile has added three new games for those who pay above the average rate. You now have the option to get Hundreds, Desert Bus, and Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor. That brings the grand total to nine games, but Humble Bundle is much more than a chance to get good apps cheap.
Get ready for another round of delightful games as Humble Bundle delivers its third batch of indie titles exclusively for Android. The usual pay what you want system gives you access to four games but, as always, beating the average lands you more goodies, which, in this case, includes the popular Kingdom Rush and the Android debut of Ridiculous Fishing.
As expected, right in the middle of their latest campaign, the folks over at Humble Bundle have yet again thrown in more goodies into the mix. Coming to the Humble Bundle 7 for PC and Android are three more games and their accompanying soundtracks That is, if you beat the current average.
The last Humble Mobile Bundle spree has just finished, releasing over 6 games for Android as well as some goodies, and yet the Humble Bundle is at it again. This time, though, the net is cast wider, covering not just Android but also Windows, OS X, and Linux.
The countdown for the Humble Bundle's second Android campaign is nearing its last stretch but apparently there was still some time to squeeze in some new items in the list. New to the list are 3 games as well as a behind-the-scenes game design ebook, bringing the total count to 9 Android games, 6 game soundtracks, and one eBook.
The latest Humble Mobile Bundle has arrived and always, this means you will be able to get a few games at whatever price you determine is fair. The bundle is the Humble Mobile Bundle 2 and includes the following in terms of games; Punch Quest, Bloons TD 5, Time Surfer, Star Command, Ravensworld: Shadowlands and Carmageddon. While it is true that you can set your own price, there is a slight catch.
Gamers in the community will probably be familiar with the phenomenon and the distribution model known as the Humble Bundle. The company behind the Humble Bundle has just made public the beta version of its Android app that will let users manage their Android games directly from their devices.
Nothing is free these days and the world is admittedly getting harder and harder to survive in. That's why the creators of Humble Bundle 6 are asking you to donate some money (any money) to help support the Child's Play Charity and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and in return you'll get five cool games for your Android device. That's not too much to ask, is it?
The Humble Mobile Bundle launched a short while back. The initial launch had the bundle with a total of six games, however as of today it looks like there has been a few additions. The mobile bundle (which is aimed entirely towards Android users) is now offering a total of nine games. And yes, these additional three games will be available for those who have already made the purchase as well as for those who are still considering a purchase.