Puzzle games, in spite of all the frustration they may cause, are a good way to pass time. Whether you're at the airport waiting for a delayed flight or just bored at work, you can rest assured that the time will fly by once you get into a puzzle game. And now, with our latest Humble Mobile Bundle giveaway, you might not even have to pay for a couple.
The Humble Mobile Bundle RPGs came out last week, packing 7 great games that total almost $50 on the Play Store. The Bundle has now had 2 new games added to it, and even better, we have 10 free codes to give away.
The new games are in the second tier - the 'pay more than average' one - which currently stands at a price of $5.75. Mage Gauntlet comes from RocketCat games and publisher Noodlecake. It was inspired by classic RPGs games from the 80s and 90s on the Super Nintendo, such as Legend of Zelda: LTTP and Secret of Mana.
We've not had a Humble Mobile Bundle since November, so it looks like it's time for another one. In this bundle are RPGs, including a Star Wars title and two Shadowrun games.
Paying more than $1 will net you three games; Symphony of Eternity, Doom of Destiny, and Evoland. The first, Symphony of Eternity, is an anime fantasy role-playing adventure, which has the classic top-down, pixel art approach. It's $3.99 on the Play Store, so... yeah. Doom of Destiny (these titles are like some awful self-published fantasy series) is described as the 'nerdiest adventure of your life' on the Play Store.
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?
For people looking to gorge themselves on ad-free mobile gaming, offerings don't get much better than those we get from Humble Bundle. Every couple of weeks the organization hands out at least six games that you can tote around in your phone or tablet. All you have to do is pick a price that's over a dollar to walk away with at least three games. Beating the average will get you three more, with others set to appear one week from now.
The Humble Mobile Bundle Eye Candy, as this week's collection is called, offers a set of visually pleasing titles. This bundle includes Deep Under the Sky, Botanicula, and Haunt the House: Terrortown for those who pay over a dollar but less than the average.
You don't have to spend much money to develop a massive library of Android games. Just keep your eyes on the lookout for the latest Humble Mobile Bundle. These offerings let you walk out with a handful of titles for a price of your choosing. A new one tends to pop up every two weeks.
A week has passed since the Humble Mobile Bundle 10 made its presence known, and if you've been snatching up these pay-what-you-want deals for a while now, then you know what this means. That's right, more games. In addition to the six previously revealed titles, we also see the likes of iPollute, Sorcery, and The Tiny Bang Story.
iPollute is a puzzle game made distinctive by its stop motion clay animation.
The Tiny Bang Story is an adorable point-and-click adventure title with hand-drawn graphics in which you explore a steampunk world that has been devastated by an asteroid.
The original Sorcery joins Sorcery 2, which was among the six games already included in the bundle.
Humble Mobile Bundle 9 may now be just the fix for residents of America's mountainous Northwest who venture out to the warmer, southeastern portions of the country and suddenly find themselves homesick. The current bundle has been updated with two games that kind of take players on a virtual trip to the Rockies: So Long, Oregon (explicitly) and Mountain (not so much). These two titles will go out to anyone who pays over the average, including those who already have.
So Long, Oregon is a side-scrolling game with what the Humble Bundle refers to as "historically accurate terrain collision rendering." The graphics are nearly basic (okay, bad) enough to make the original Oregon Trail look like a treat.