A new Humble Bundle is available for mobile gamers, which should easily keep you busy over this holiday week. Humble Bundles allow you to “pay what you want” for games, but there is a catch. In order to receive all of the games included in the package, you will need to pay more than average donation, which currently sits around $6.50. (more…)
The folks over at Humble Bundle have added two new titles today, called So Long, Oregon and Mountain, to Humble Mobile Bundle 9 for all users.
Neither are standouts, exactly – Mountain is less a game than an ambient wallpaper, and So Long, Oregon, is side-scroller with middling reviews, but who can complain about added value without a hike in price? (more…)
Only one week ago, Humble Bundle 8 was published to the web, and in true Humble fashion, more games have been added this morning. Humble Bundle 8 already featured a few awesome games, such as EPOCH 2, Doodle God, Doodle Devil, and Wave Wave, but for anyone who pays over the average price, more games are now yours. (more…)
Is it time for a new Humble Bundle, the popular pay-what-you-will game collection for charity, already? Apparently so. Mere weeks after the introduction of iteration 7, a new bundle of apps have appeared.
This time around, it features Tentacle Wars, Doodle God, Doodle Devil, and Wave Wave in the first tier, Little Big Adventure and Tower Madness 2 in the second, and EPOCH.2 in the third. (more…)
A new Humble Bundle is available for mobile gamers, packed with great titles for low prices. Not only do you get great games, but when purchasing a bundle, you can select how much of your purchase price goes to the game’s developers, select charities, and a tip to the Humble Bundle service.
Included in this bundle are a few awesome titles, such as Thomas Was Alone, Cubemen, Cubemen 2, and Bridge Constructor Playground. While those games are fine and dandy, it is the titles you unlock by paying more than the average of $5.08 that are really awesome, which are Small World 2, Blackwell 1: Legacy, Blackwell 2: Unbound, Blackwell 3:Convergence, and more to follow.
It’s that time again, the Humble Bundle, a for-pay collection of apps that help to fund developers and charities, has refreshed its mobile collection.
The first tier features The Tiny Bang Story, Color Zen Premium, and Heroes of Loot. As always, there is no donation minimum; any amount you feel comfortable paying will net the three titles, and benefit their makers and charitable organizations in the process. (more…)