Saturday , March 17 2018

Humble Mobile Bundle 2 goes on-sale

Humble Mobile Bundle 2
The second Humble Bundle for Mobile has gone on-sale, it features games for Android Only at a ridiculously cheap price and as usual also offers you the chance to help two great charities – Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity.

The basic premise of the Humble Bundle is that you can pay whatever you want and get 4 games, which this time around offers two completely new to Android titles – Star Command and Time Surfer – but you also get Punch Quest and Bloons TD 5. If however you want to pay more than the average donation which at this stage stands at $4.53 and you receive two extra titles – Ravensword: Shadowlands and Carmageddon. All the titles are delivered DRM free and for the music aficionados you also get the soundtracks for the games as well.

This is a great time to remind you of the Humble Bundle Beta app which is available on Google Play to help you keep track of the apps and bundles you’ve purchased from the Humble Bundle.

Head on over to the Humble Bundle Website and check out the deal.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

Dan is a die-hard Android fan. Some might even call him a lunatic. He's been an Android user since Android was a thing, and if there's a phone that's run Android, chances are he owns it (his Nexus collection is second-to-none) or has used it.

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First Android Humble Bundle I skipped. Already bought Punch Quest and I got a free Star Command code from my PC Kickstarter. That said, if anyone doesn’t have either of these, get this bundle! Until FTL comes to mobile, this is the best Captain Kirk simulator on Android.

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