Friday , October 19 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Humble Bundle PC and Android 10 goes live

Humble Bundle PC and Android 10
The Humble Bundle PC and Android 10 has gone live, offering a new round of Android and PC compatible games for either a rock bottom price or a generous donation towards charity and as usual, the choice of how much you pay is left up to you.

There’s seven games on offer, if you pay more than the average donation price, which stands at US$4.81 at this stage. If you pay less you can grab :

  • Symphony
  • Draw a Stickman: EPIC
  • Galcon Legends

Or if you pay more you will receive :

  • Skulls of the Shogun
  • Field Runners 2
  • Breach & Clear

There’s more coming, according to the website, and you not only get the Android versions – as usual available through the Humble Bundle App available in Google Play – but you also get them on Windows, Mac, Linux. There’s a brief note regarding Metal Slug 3 : We’re putting the finishing touches on the DRM-free Windows, Mac, and Linux versions of METAL SLUG 3 and they will be available in 24-72 hours..

Also included for the Musical amongst you are the soundtracks for some of the titles on offer. As usual, some of these are locked depending on how much you pay.

Head over to the Humble Bundle website to check it out and purchase the bundle.

Source: Humble Bundle.

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