Monday , April 24 2017

Get strategic in the latest Humble Mobile Bundle – get up to 12 games for next to nothing


The Humble Bundle is great value if you’re after great games for a low price and this latest bundle gives you the chance to pick up some great strategy games for a fairly low price.

The games are, as usual, divided up into different levels depending on how much you want to invest, or which games you want with the most attractive games a little more expensive.

This time around you can grab Epic War TD 2, MechCom 1 + 2, Age of Civilizations and Battle for the Galaxy with $5 of In-App Purchase credit for just $1USD. If you want to pay a little more you can get all those plus Anomaly Defenders + Anomaly 2, Kingdom Rush Frontiers + Origins and Hero Generations for $3USD or if you pay $5USD you get all of it plus Guild of Dungeoneering and possibly the best of the lot: Worms 4.

As a bonus, for anyone paying $3 or more you get a bunch of soundtracks for Anomaly Defenders, Anomaly 2 Soundtrack, Kingdom Rush Origins and Kingdom Rush Frontiers – and anyone paying for the $1 bundle gets 10% off Humble Monthly (New Subscribers only).

You can pay for your bundle with Credit Card, Amazon checkout or PayPal and part of your payment can go to Electronic Frontier Foundation or Child’s Play Charity.

There’s a bunch of great games there and you can get fast access to them all by side-loading the Humble Bundle Android app. If you want to check out the games, head over to the Humble Mobile Bundle website now.

 
Source: Humble Mobile Bundle.

Daniel Tyson   Editor at large

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