+ Saturday August 17th, 2019

Humble Bundle Mobile 9 - full
The Humble Bundle Mobile 9 went live last week offering a heap of great games for a bargain price. This morning, they’ve added two new games to the list to continue that momentum, the good news is if you paid above the average you’ll get them added to your list.

The games added this morning are So Long, Oregon! and Mountain, joining Leo’s Fortune, Out There and First Strike as premium games available if you pay above the average price, which stands at US$3.33 at this stage. If that’s a little rich for your blood, then you can always pay whatever you want and get Syberia, Neroshima Hex and Bardbarian: Golden Axe Edition.

Don’t forget to sign up for the Humble Bundle Mobile Newsletter either. Simply signing up for the newsletter will snag you a copy of Devil’s Attorney for free.

Devil's Attorney

You can pay by Credit Card, PayPal, Amazon payment or Google Wallet, but the Humble Bundle folks are a tech savvy bunch, so 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 before it’s too late and grab the Humble Bundle Android app from Google Play to keep track of all your games, books and music.

The app was not found in the store. 🙁

Daniel Tyson  


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