Wednesday , October 18 2017

Humble Bundle: PC and Android 9 – Games and Soundtracks for cheap

Humble Bundle PC and Android 9
The Humble Bundle is back. This time it’s offering PC compatible games as well as Android versions, not a bad deal for the gamer who likes to play across platforms. The games are compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android and you also get soundtracks for your favourites.

There’s currently six games on offer, with four available at whatever price you want to pay :

  • Broken Sword 2:The Smoking Mirror
  • Bridge Constructor
  • Type:Rider
  • Ravensword:Shadowlands

And two games available if you pay above the average, which at this stage stands at US$3.69 (about AUD$3.99) :

  • Kingdom Rush
  • Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Edition

There’s also the promise of more games to come, so it’s always better off to pay above the average to ensure you get those games as they’re released. As always you can pay with Google Wallet, Paypal or Amazon Payments and you can split your payment three ways between the Developers, the Humble Bundle Team and two charities – the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Child’s Play Charity.

Head over to the Humble Bundle website to check it out and purchase the bundle. Also remember to grab the Humble Bundle App from Google Play to help control your bundles.

The app was not found in the store. 🙁
 
Source: Humble Bundle.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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