A new bundle of games is available through Humble Bundle, this time made in partnership with Tin Man Games. They are the creators of a few titles on Google Play, such as Judge Dredd, To Be Or Not To Be, House of Hell, Bloodbones, and many more. (more…)
A new Humble Bundle has been posted, allowing you the opportunity to pay what you want for a few awesome titles. The first section of Humble Bundle 11 includes the games Bounden, Auro, and Avernum: Escape From the Pit.
The way Bundles work is, you can choose which portion of the proceeds goes to the developers, and what goes to charity. This Bundle’s charities include Electronic Frontier Foundation and World Land Trust. (more…)
A new Humble Bundle for mobile users has been posted, granting access to a full suite of Cartoon Network apps for a very low price. Featuring what appears to be all of the Regular Show and Adventure Time apps, plus a few others like CN Superstar Soccer, you can grab all of the games for any price you want. But if you pay more than the average, which sits around $5, you get 8 games in total, plus more down the road. (more…)
Humble Bundle, the service which allows mobile gamers to pick up great Android titles for the low while also giving to charity, is back at it with Humble Mobile Bundle 10.
In this pack, gamers are treated to Buddy & Me, LYNE, and Doodle Kingdom for whatever price you choose. However, if you pay more than the average, which currently sits at $3.73, you gain access to Sorcery! 2, King of Dragon Pass, and OTTTD. (more…)
Noodlecake Studios is a mobile games developer that, it so happens, has a very respectable Play Store presence. The company does well enough for itself, but in the spirit of giving, it has partnered with the folks at Humble Bundle to offer a rotating selection of its many titles at a steep discount. (more…)
Three new games have been added to the latest Humble Mobile Bundle, titled the Crescent Moon Bundle, with the games being Slingshot Racing, Clash of Puppets, and Aralon: Sword and Shadow.
For those still new to the Bundle scene, users pay what they want for a predetermined amount of games, but if you pay the average price or more, which is currently set at only $7, then you gain access to all of the games in the bundle, totaling 11 as of this moment. If you are feeling really generous, $8 will score you 13 titles, which is one heck of a deal. (more…)