Humble Mobile Bundle 15 has been updated with two more games. The Humble Bundle usually launches with just a few, but add more about half way through the sale. Joining the bundle is Bean’s Quest and turn-based RPG The Nightmare Cooperative.
Humble Bundle has announced they are making it two in a row on mobile bundles with the release of Humble Mobile Bundle 15. This latest package of titles comes on the heels of the recently completed Humble Humongous Entertainment Mobile Bundle. Hit the break to check out the current list of titles included in this mobile bundle. Read more
Unless you’re in your earlier twenties or younger, chances are you’ve never played a game from Humongous Entertainment. The video game developer is responsible for series like Putt-Putt, Spy Fox, Pajama Sam, and Backyard Sports. Believe me, children loved these games and Humongous Entertainment sold millions of copies throughout the 1990s and into the new millennium.
You can now replay games from Humongous Entertainment, thus reliving your childhood, since the newest Humble Mobile Bundle features their titles.
The latest Humble Mobile Bundle, which benefits some great causes, has eight games up for grabs. A donation of any amount will reward donors with three titles and donations exceeding the average amount raises that number by five.
The latest Humble Mobile Bundle, co-hosted by Tin Man Games, has grown to twelve games. With any donation, you receive four games. Matching or exceeding the average, which currently stands at $6.69, nets an additional six games. Then, donations of $9 or more adds another two games.
The ninth edition of the Humble Mobile Bundle launched just over one week ago. It included at the time Syberia, Neuroshima Hex, Bardbarian: Golden Axe Edition, Leo’s Fortune, Out there, and First Strike. The final three mentioned were given only to donors exceeding the average. Now, two additional games are up for those donors. For exceeding the current (and rapidly changing) $3.38 donation amount, you get So Long, Oregon! and Mountain.
This is definitely one of the best Humble Mobile Bundle’s ever launched. The games, especially Leo’s Fortune, are of very high quality. So if you are feeling extra charitable today, go right ahead and get giving!
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Get some games on the cheap and give to charity. The latest Humble Mobile Bundle package has four games available at a cost named by you. Any donation will get you Tentacle Wars, Doodle God, Doodle Devil, and Wave Wave. Want more games and feeling extra giving? Just donate more than the average (which sits around $3.70) and you get Little Big Adventure, TowerMadness 2, and anything else added to the mix. A mighty donation of $5 or more includes EPOCH.2.
Donations will benefit Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play.
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The next wave of games for Humble Mobile Bundle 7 has arrived. With any donation, you will get three games. The games at this tier include The Tiny Bang Story, Color Zen Premium, and Heroes of Loot. Then, donating more than the average will net an additional three games and more as others get added to the mix. The average donation sits at $3.96 at the time of this post’s publishing. The games here are Kingdom Rush Frontiers, Horn, and Sorcery. Soundtracks for some of the games are also bundled.
The Humble Mobile Bundle series benefits both the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity.
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Humble Bundle is back with a mobile gaming opportunity with Humble Mobile Bundle 6. Fittingly, there are six games available to donors right from the get-go. Of course, some of the games do require donors to pay more than the average to get everything included. The total value of everything being offered is actually $43, but you can donate any amount you would like. Over 10,000 bundles have been sold and the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity are benefited.
Hit the break for the list of games included, a trailer for them, and the source link to donate. Read more
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