+ Saturday August 17th, 2019

Humble Bundle PC and Android 11
After kicking off the Humble Bundle PC and Android 11 deal a little over a week ago, the folks over at the Humble Bundle have chipped in a little extra. The bundle has been updated, and is now offering three new titles, making it just under $1 per title if you want to grab everything.

The three new titles are available if you pay more than the average price which has risen to US$6.27, with Quest of Dungeons, Don’t Move and Space Chem joining the pack. The Humble Bundle PC and Android 11 offers you the option to pay anything you want and grab Thomas Was Alone, Bridge Constructor Playground, Cubemen and Cubemen 2, or pay above the average price and grab Small World 2 with Royal Bonus DLC as well as three games in the Blackwell series, including Blackwell 1: Legacy, Balckwell 2: Unbound and Blackwell 3: Convergence as well as the three new games added today. You can also grab all the titles as well as Surgeon Simulator and Anomaly Defenders if you pay US$11 or above.

Same as before you can split your payment between the Humble Bundle Team, the developers and of course two charities, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity. You also have options for payment including options to pay using Credit Card, PayPal, Amazon payment or Google Wallet.

Head on over to the Humble Bundle website and grab the Humble Bundle PC and Android 11. Remember if you want easy access to your Humble Bundle content, including Games, Books and Music, grab the Humble Bundle Android app from Google Play to keep track of them all.

The app was not found in the store. 🙁

Daniel Tyson  


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