Tuesday , August 21 2018

Humble Mobile Bundle 7
The good folks over at the Humble Bundle are back again, this time launching the Humble Mobile Bundle 7, offering six games, with the promise of more to come, for one low-low price.

If you don’t want to pay much at all, you can grab The Tiny Bang Story, Color Zen Premium and Heroes of Loot, or if you pay above the average price, which at this stage stands at US$3.90, you can grab Kingdom Rush Frontiers, Horn and Sorcery! as well as any more games that will be added to the bundle in the future.

As usual you can split your payment between three parties – the Humble Bundle folks, the Developers of the games, or two charities, which after a brief departure last month is back to the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Child’s Play Charity.

Don’t forget to grab the Humble Bundle Android app which recently came out of Beta with a new design, to manage all your current and previous Humble Bundle purchases – including eBooks and Audio. Head on over to the Humble Bundle Mobile website to check it out.

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

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Honestly, this bundle has been kinda lame. Controls on Heroes of Loot are terrible, inferior to many of the dual “stick” action games out there. Game is repetitive. Tiny Bang Story only works on devices with lower than 1080 resolution, which REALLY should be listed prominently on the HB page (but isn’t). Had to pull out the OG Galaxy Tab to load it up (haven’t played yet). Sorcery! was lots of fun, but be aware it’s only Part 1 of 4 and runs about 1 – 2 hours of play. Haven’t tried Color Zen yet. Yet to try Horn too.… Read more »

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