It’s been quite some time since we last wrote up a Humble Bundle, but #21 was recently made available, this time helping out the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity.
If you aren’t familiar with Humble Bundle, it’s very simply to understand. To start, there is a group of games you receive for any amount donated over $1. However, if you pay a certain price, this time being $5, you unlock another tier of games for your purchase. If you go over another amount, being $6, you get another group of games. Currently, if you pay $6 or more, you get seven games, plus more to come. (more…)
A new Humble Bundle is live for all to see, and this time around, is offering quite a few premium titles at a pay what you want price. The way it works is simple. There is an average price set on the bundle, which is the average price of those paying for the games on Humble Bundle. If you meet or exceed that average, you get all of the games. Easy, right?
Currently, the average is set at just under $6, and when the average is paid, you gain access to six games. If you pay a set $6 price or more, you get 8 games. As always, you the payer get to decide where your money goes. Additionally, more games become added to the bundle at a later time, making your initial investment much sweeter. As for which games are currently available, I am sure you have heard of a few of them. Right now, Humble Bundle is offering Lara Croft GO, Prune, Framed, Grim Fandango, Sorcery! 3, and others in this bundle. For the $6 set price, this is a very good deal. (more…)
The latest Humble Bundle is made specifically for the children here, the children at heart, and maybe just the kids of the grown folk who happen to be reading this. When you pay the average price, currently set at $7.41, you gain access to eight kid-friendly games, with more coming down the road. If you choose to pay $11 or more, you receive Steam keys for the games as well. (more…)
The latest Humble Bundle available is a mixture of PC and Android games, titled the Humble PC and Android Bundle. Inside, users who pay more than the average price — currently set at just $2.70 — receive seven playable titles on both desktops and Android devices. After about a week, more games will become playable as they are announced. (more…)
Humbles Bundles, one of the best way to get loads of games for a great price, while also helping out charities, has been updated with new games this week. In this bundle, users can get hands-on with NEOGEO titles, including a few of the Metal Slug variety, for only a few dollars.
As of this moment, the average price, which is the price needed to be paid in order to get all of the games and all future games of the bundle, sits at just $4.54. (more…)
Over the next six days, you can pick up the latest Humble Bundle, featuring a great collection of games from publisher BulkyPix. Inside, buyers can gain access to Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf, Type:Rider, Jazz: Trump’s Journey, Meltdown, and more. (more…)
Humble Bundle, the service that lets you pay what you want for games, while also helping out charities, is back yet again with a new set of games for you to check out. (more…)
The newest Humble Bundle to hit the web brings a lineup of Artifex Mundi games, all of which are known for their quality and time-consuming attributes. As a reminder, Humble Bundle allows players to pay what they want for games, plus if you pay more than the average, you get bonus games.
As of right now, if you pay under $5.33, you gain access to Deadly Puzzles, Time Mysteries 1, and Clockwork Tales. Looking over on Google Play, each of these games are listed at $4.99. If you pay $5.33 or more, you also get Demon Hunter, Grim Legends, Time Mysteries 2, and Time Mysteries 3. (more…)