At the start of last week, Humble Bundle launched a Cartoon Network edition of its mobile bundle. There were eleven games, based on Cartoon Network characters, available at the start. Today, the amount of games has been raised to fourteen. Donors will receive the games based on the amount donated. Any donation will net four games and that numbers climbs to the full fourteen when exceeding $8.
This round of Humble Mobile Bundle will benefit Khan Academy and Child’s Play Charity. In addition to being for a great cause, funds will be rewarded to hardworking developers.
Humble Mobile Bundle offers a myriad of games for a fraction of the cost. Today, the makers have officially kicked off the Cartoon Network Mobile Bundle which includes a variety of popular games belonging to Cartoon Network.
Humble Mobile Bundle 10 launched last week with three games (Buddy & Me, Lyne, and Doodle Kingdom) and three bonus games (Sorcery! 2, King of Dragon Pass, and OTTTD). As per past practice, they have added more games into the mix. Today’s additions include iPollute, Sorcery and the Tiny Bang Story.
If you already bought in above the average asking price ($3.94 at the time of this post), then you will receive these three new bonus games automatically. If you haven’t gotten in on this bundle yet, just pay over the average and grab all 9 games.
Today is a good day for mobile gamers as the tenth Humble Bundle Mobile is now live. This one includes Buddy & Me, Lyne, and Doodle Kingdom. You can pay whatever you want and get all these games or if you pay more than the average of $3.82 (at the time of this post), you will get three bonus games. They are Sorcery! 2, King of Dragon Pass, and OTTTD. And don’t forget that they will add a couple of more games at a later date that you will get too.
Per past practice you can choose where your money goes. That can be one or any combination of Humble Bundle, the developers, the Extra Life / Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, or the World Land Trust.
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Fans of game titles from developer Noodlecake Studios will be pleased to see Humble Bundle’s latest bundle of games as all the apps come from Noodlecake. If you just stick with the basic bundle and name your own price below the average, you get the following titles:
- Glorkian Warriar: The Trials of Glork
- Pumped BMX 2
- Super Stickman Golf 2
If you pay more than the average price when you place your order, which was $6.55 at the time of this writing, you also unlock:
Last week, Humble Bundle launched its latest ‘pay what you want’ deal with twelve fantastic Crescent Moon games up for grabs. Now the team are rolling out an update for its official Android application which brings the inclusion of three more games to the lineup.
To donate to charity and receive an impressive set of games, you will to go exclusively to the Humble Bundle site for the time being. The official app has been removed from Google Play following the group’s plan to implement new features. For people that have the app installed on their devices, everything will remain to operate in the way it does currently; however, there are no future updates to come. When the app does return, Humble Bundle will do so through its own installer and not Google Play.
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The folks over at Humble Bundle have just launched another “pay what you want” deal, this time with the Halloween season very much in mind. The new “Mo-Boo!-ile Bundle” contains six spooky games together with a free bonus one entitled “The Spookening”.
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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There’s no bundle like a Humble Bundle, and today marks the ninth installment in the Humble Bundle series, and in this writer’s opinion, easily one of the best since the Humble Bundle launched. For those new to the Humble Bundle, its a pay-what-you-want bundle of games with a twist: if you pay more than the average price, a second tier of games is added to the bundle, and as new games are added over the coming weeks, previous buyers will be given access to the new ones.