Humble Mobile Bundle 7 Released, Pay More Than $3.70 to Receive 7 Games

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…)

Humble Bundle SEGA Edition Should Fulfill Your Sonic the Hedgehog Cravings

A new Humble Bundle is available for lovers of SEGA titles, specifically titles which involve Sonic the Hedgehog. Today, people feeling charitable can pick up Sonic 4 Episode I, ChuChu Rocket, and Virtua Tennis Challenge for whatever price they would like, but if you pay over the average of $3.70, you can also get Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, Sonic 4 Episode II, Crazy Taxi, and more to follow soon.  (more…)

Additional Games Added to Humble Bundle 6: Carmageddon, Time Surfer, and Llamas With Hats

Last week, Humble Bundle 6 was made available for Android users, and now, more games have been added for those who donate over the average price, which is currently $4.48.

The games previously available were Threes, Mines of Mars, Duet PremiumJoe Dever’s Lone Wolf (full game), Combo Crew Special Edition, and Eliss Infinity. Added today is Carmageddon, Time Surfer, and Llamas With Hats.  (more…)

Humble Mobile Bundle 6 Released, Pay More Than $4.17 to Receive 6+ Games

A new Humble Mobile Bundle is available for all Android users, packed with awesome games for a great cause. With Humble Bundles, you can pay whatever price you would like for the first tier of games, this time being three titles, but if you pay more than the average price (currently $4.17), you receive three more games in the package, plus more later down the road. If you are a mobile gamer, Humble Bundles are always a great deal.

Not only can you pay whatever you would like, but you can choose where the money goes. You can split it evenly between the developers and a charity, or you can decide for the charity to get all of the proceeds. The choice is yours.  (more…)