Humble Mobile Bundle 5 adds three more titles to the package

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Last week Humble Bundle announced the Humble Mobile Bundle 5 which included up to six titles. As they typically do, additional titles are being added to the bundle. Today three more games showed up on the order page for the bundle, Paper Monsters, R-Type and Enviro-Bear 2010. Those titles currently list for $0.99, $1.99 and $1.99 respectively in the Google Play store. These three titles and three of the original titles, The Cave, The Room Two and Carcassonne are only available if you pay more than the average price, which is $5.18 as this is being written. That price has a good chance of going up, so head on over to the Humble Bundle site using the source link to place your order.

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Humble Mobile Bundle 5 launched with 6 games

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Humble Bundle today launched their 5th mobile bundle, feature 6 great games - Aralon: Sword and Shadow, Bag It!, Carcassonne, The Cave, The Room Two, and R-Type II. You can get three of the games for whatever you want to pay, but if you purchase all 6 you’ll still be paying more than what you pay for the bundle.

The bundle comes in at $20, which averages out to less than $4 per game. In fact, the bundle includes 3 games that cost $4.99 each. Not only that, but a portion of the money made will go to charity. Hit the source link to buy the bundle for yourself!

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Humble Mobile Bundle 4 adds three more games to the mix, brings the total to nine

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Didn’t jump on Humble Mobile Bundle 4′s deal last week? Well now is your chance to get an even better deal and give some money to charity. Last time around there were four games that came with any donation and two if the donation exceeded the average. Now, three additional games have been thrown in to stir the pot for above average donators. Gunslugs, Color Sheep, and OLO are the newest entrants. At the time this post was published, the average donation was $3.71 and it seems to be creeping up over time.

Here is the full list of games:

  • Catan
  • Vector
  • Riptide GP2
  • Zombie Gunship
  • BADLAND Premium *above average donation
  • Breach & Clear *above average donation
  • OLO *above average donation
  • Color Sheep *above average donation
  • Gunslugs *above average donation

Hit the source link to donate.

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Humble Bundle 8 offers six games for both Android and PC

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If you’re a gamer and looking for a good deal on some games, then head over to Humble Bundle 8. This edition includes four games compatible with Android and the PC, plus if you pay more than the average you get another two. The main games include Little Inferno, Gemini Rue, AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome, and Jack Lumber. You can pay whatever you want for all four games, but if you pay over the average (currently $4.09), you will also get Hero Academy and Anomaly 2. Another reason to go this route is that they will add a couple of more games next week that will also be included if you pay more than the average. That is a pretty decent deal.

As always, you can select where you want your money to go to. You can chose the developers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, or Child’s Play Charity. You can even divvy it up between different places.

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Humble Mobile Bundle 3 adds 3 new games for users who paid above the average price

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If you purchased Humble Mobile Bundle 3 last week when it came out (or later) for higher than the average price, you’re in luck.

The team has added three new games today including Hundreds, Desert Bus, and Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor.

Hundreds is a puzzle game where you have to tap on circles to make them grow, and the numeric values of the circles has to add up to 100. In Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor, you play as a spider trying to catch food in an abandoned mansion to discover secrets. Desert Bus is essentially a simulation of the 8-hour drive from LA to Las Vegas…

(Traditionally, if you purchase the Humble Bundle game package for above the average price— it’s a name your price system— then you’ll get additional games as they’re released.)

As of now, if you want all the games, you’ll have to pay $5.26.

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Humble Mobile Bundle 3 brings two new games to Android, six total games in all

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Humble Mobile Bundle 3 went live today bringing a total of six games, two of them being new to Android. The setup is the same as past bundles, which means you can pay what you want for a total of 4 games and if you pay above the overall average, you get an additional 2 games. One of the new games, Swordigo, is part of the pay what you want, and the second title, Ridiculous Fishing, is one of the bonus games for paying over the average.

As always, you can choose how you want your purchase divided. You can go with the developers and/or two charities: Child’s Play Charity and Electronic Frontier Foundation. Of course, you can make a tip to Humble Bundle to show your appreciation. And don’t forget, they will probably add a title or two next week that your will also get if you pay more than the average. At the time of this post, the average is $4.82, so anything more than that will get you the 6 titles, plus whatever they add next week. Not a bad deal at all.

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Humble Bundle launches Humble Store to provide non-bundle access to titles

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Humble Bundle has built a following amongst gamers by combining “bundle” sales and flash sales with a sales model that directs resources to charities. Now the online vendor is taking another step in growing the business with the creation of The Humble Store. The new sales channel will function like most other online retailers in which you select your titles, add them to your cart, make your payment, and then wait for your download to complete. » Read the rest

Humble Bundle with Android 7 adds four new games

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humblebundleWe’ve discussed Humble Bundle, a great pay-as-you-want bundle of games, on numerous occasions here at Talk Android. They keep adding new features, and today they’ve added four new games: Anomaly Korea, Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, Broken Sword: Director’s Cut and the Ticket to Ride Europe DLC. The old bundle featured four games: Ticket to Ride and the USA 1910 DLC) Greed Corp, Incredipede and Anodyne, in addition to the soundtracks for Ticket to Ride, Greed Corp, and Anodyne.

Remember, with Humble Bundle you can pay whatever you want and decide where your money is allocated, whether it’s to charity or the HB team. Paying over the average will get you The Bard’s Tale and Worms Reloaded, in addition to the new additions mentioned above.

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Humble Bundle 7 launched, includes six fun-filled Android games

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The folks over at Humble Bundle have launched the seventh installment of their popular game-pack series, and this time, it has six games included at release. The team tends to add more games in updates as time goes on.

Probably the best part of it all is that you can name your price. That’s right, you can decide whether you want to pay one cent or a hundred dollars, and also decide how the money is allocated— it can go to charity, or to the Humble Bundle team.

Playing games for a good cause? I’m all in for that.

The pack comes with four games, and if you pay over the average price, you will get two extra games thrown in. Catch the titles and a video after the break.

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Humble Mobile Bundle 2 updates with three new games

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Last week we told you that Humble Mobile Bundle returned with its second edition. Now the team over at Humble Bumble has updated their “premium” priced games with three additional titles. Just as it was before, you can pay any amount you’d like to gain access to four of them while at the time of this writing, but a donation of $4.56 will garner you three additional games: Karateka Classic, QWOP, and God of Blades. The charities being helped this time around are Child’s Play Charity and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Hit the break for the full list of games.
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