The Humble Bundle folks are at it again – offering up excellent games and supporting charity at the same time. This time it's the Humble Mobile Bundle 3, and that means six – yes six – Android games are on sale, and there are two big debuts. You get to name your own price with the Humble Bundle, but you have to pay above the average to unlock two of them.
It's been a week since Humble Bundle with Android 7 hit the net, offering six android games at a pay-what-you-want price, which means it's time for a second wave of games to enter the pot. All of these titles have appeared in previous Humble Bundles, but it's always nice to offer repeat titles to those who didn't hop on them the first time. The new additions include Anomaly Korea, Broken Sword: Director's Cut, Organ Trail: Director's Cut, and Ticket To Ride Europe DLC.
It's that time again. Another Humble Bundle for Android has rolled out, and like always, it's jam packed with mobile gaming goodness that is bound to provide more than enough value for your digitally transferred buck. This bundle contains six great games, including one we considered a little bit creepy, but a lot of fun. Pay whatever price you want to get your hands on Anodyne, Greed Corp, Incredipede, and Ticket to Ride.
One of the perks of the many Humble Bundles is that they bring games to platforms they didn't exist for previously. Linux gamers know what I'm talking about, as their operating system of choice has been relatively flooded with games since the original Humble Indie Bundle first brought Aquaria, Gish, Penumbra, and other titles to the platform. Android isn't nearly as desperate for quality games, but Time Surfer entered the Play Store a few weeks ago following its Humble Mobile Bundle debut, and now Star Command has done the same.
We're a week into the second Humble Mobile Bundle, and as to be expected, additional games have been added. The three new titles are Karateka Classic, QWOP, and God of Blades. Anyone who has already purchased the bundle will get the titles included without any extra effort. Those of you who haven't yet jumped in just have to pay over the average (which is currently under five dollars) to get your hands on all nine titles.
You know that moment you have when you're playing an endless runner and you're ten seconds from beating your record, then you smash into an easily-avoided obstacle by the width of about two pixels? The colorful Time Surfer has found a way around that: you can rewind time to cover up your mistakes. The Prince of Persia's ears must be turning red right about now.
Time Surfer got its start on the Humble Mobile Bundle, but now it's available from the Play Store for a reasonable $.99.
It's time again to crack open your wallet and give to some worthy charities. Unlike the regular kind of charity, you get more than a warm fuzzy feeling from giving to the Humble Bundle. The new Humble Mobile Bundle 2 offers up to six great Android titles, including two debuts.
The Humble Bundle (in case you don't know) is a pay-what-you-want, DRM-free game pack that benefits charities like the EFF and Child's Play.
Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a mash-up of Scorched Earth and Words With Friends, an interesting 2.5D platformer, a rhythm-based endless runner, and yet another zen game.
Just like last week's Humble Weekly Sale, there is only one Android game available in today's new bundle. This time it's McPixel, but considering the game usually costs $2.99 on Google Play, it's still worth your while to jump in on this pay-what-you-want deal. That said, this game is so, well, odd that it still might be worth trying out the free version before ponying up however much (or little) you want to contribute to this bundle.