Sunday , February 25 2018

Humble Mobile Bundle 9 goes live with 6 great games

Humble Mobile Bundle 9
The Humble Mobile Bundle 9 has gone live this morning and it’s brought six games to the table which are sure to pique your interest.

There’s some top notch titles included for whichever price you want to pay, including Syberia, Neroshima Hex, Bardbarian: Golden Axe Edition. If you want to pay above the average, which stands at US$2.87 at the moment you can snag Leo’s Fortune, Out There and First Strike with the promise of ‘More games coming soon!’

There’s also a bonus deal if you sign up for the Humble Bundle Mobile Newsletter, if you agree to be added to the list you can grab Devil’s Attorney for free.

Devil's Attorney

The usual payment options of Credit Card, PayPal, Amazon payment or Google Wallet are in place, but you can also use BitCoin now. Of course 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.

Head on over to the Humble Bundle Mobile website and grab the Bundle early. 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   Editor

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Devil’s attorney is quite fun. Wish they did another one or had more cases you could buy.

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