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[Update: Winners] New Games Added To Humble Mobile Bundle 17, And We've Got 10 Free Codes To Give Away

Right on cue, Humble Bundle has announced that three new games that have been added to the Humble Mobile Bundle 17, giving everyone even more incentive to pay what you want for eleven games. We've also got 10 codes to give away. What more could you want, eh?

The additions to the Bundle are Kickback's Lost Echo, Puddle+ from Playdigous, and Unmechanical by Talawa Games and Teotl Studios. If you've already bought the bundle before they added the new games and paid more than the average price, which currently stands at $5.68, you'll receive these games automatically.

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Seventeenth Humble Mobile Bundle Available Now With Framed, Prune, Lara Croft GO, And More

The seventeenth Humble Mobile Bundle just launched, and it looks set to be one of the biggest yet. This time around it's packing top-tier Android games from the likes of SQUARE ENIX and Double Fine, as well as the usual indie darlings, while benefiting the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the American Red Cross.


For the next two weeks, those who pay $1 or more will get Battlestation: Harbinger, Framed, and Time Magazine's 2015 Game of the Year, Prune. Customers who pay more than the average price will also receive Frozen Synapse Prime, Lara Croft GO, and Sorcery!

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[Brilliant] The Humble Bundle Lets You Pay What You Want For 4 Hot Indie Android Games, All While Supporting Charities And Developers

The Humble Bundle has been around for a couple of years now, but I have never heard of it. They're known for bundling up indie games, letting purchasers set their own price, and dividing up the profits among developers and charities. This is just an absolutely fascinating concept, and the first ever Android bundle has arrived!


The games in this Android bundle include Anomaly Warzone Earth HD (our review), Osmos HD (our review), Edge, and World of Goo. What's even more awesome is the fact that these games are not only DRM free (so you can download them as many times as you want), but they are also cross-platform.

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