Sunday , August 20 2017

Australian gaming house Tin Man Games powers the latest Humble Mobile Bundle

Tin Man Gaming
We love Humble Bundles, but having a Humble Mobile Bundle with an Australian flavour is a treat and today marks the start of the Humble Tin Man Games Mobile Bundle – which offers a bunch of Tin Man games for a low, low price.

Known for their role-playing games, Tin Man Games has been a powerhouse on Android for some time but it’s not just rpg’s in the Tin Man Games bundle, there’s a lot more.

If you’re a skinflint and just want some cheap games, you can grab n Assassin in Orlandes, Siege of the Necromancer, Slaves of Rema, and Judge Dredd: Countdown Sector 106 for whatever price you want. If you pay more than the average price – which stands at $5.90 at the moment – you’ll also get Sultans of Rema, Fighting Fantasy: Caverns of the Snow Witch, Curse of the Assassin, and Trial of the Clone. If you want to go the premium bundle though, you can pay $9 or more, and you get all of those games plus Fighting Fantasy: Starship Traveller and Ryan North’s To Be Or Not To Be.

An interesting new twist this time around is the introduction of a T-Shirt and pin combo. You can pay $35 or more, and get all of the games listed above, but you’ll also get the Humble Tin Man Bundle Shirt ‘n’ Button and as a bonus for early birds, if you order right away, a Pinny Arcade Pin too.

The Humble Bundle always gives you a chance to support charity and this time around, you can support two good ones, SpecialEffect and AbleGamers. You can pay through the usual channels – Amazon, BitCoin, Credit Card or PayPal – and split your payment between the Developers, the charities or the Humble Bundle folks themselves.

The Tin Man Games Humble Mobile Bundle is on right now and you can grab all the games, T-shirt, pins right now from the Humble Bundle Mobile website.

 
Source: Humble Bundle Mobile.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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