+ Wednesday October 16th, 2019

Updated Humble Noodle Bundle
The latest Humble Mobile Bundle has been updated overnight, with four new games added from Noodle Cake Studios, making their bundle even more attractive.

There’s now eleven games for you to grab if you pay above the premium price, which stands at US$6.62 at this stage, after the team added four new games: The Blocks Cometh, Flappy Golf (Premium), Mage Gauntlet and Boxcat to the mix. You can still grab Super Stickman Golf 2 Premium, Pumped BMX 2, Glorkian Warrior: The Trials of Glork, and Polymer for whatever price you wish, but you’ll need to go above to grab the four new games as well as Mikey Boots, Tower Dwellers, and Devious Dungeon Premium.

You could of course negate all this and just pay US$8 and grab all eleven games, as well as their ultra-premium games : Wave Wave v2.0 and Wayward Souls and be done with it. That also includes any and all future game releases in this particular bundle.

You can pay by Credit Card, PayPal, Amazon payment, Google Wallet and for the crypto-currency nuts out there: BitCoin. 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.

Once you’ve purchased your bundle, you can see all your content in the Humble Bundle Android app, but remember it’s been removed from Google Play, so you’ll have to side-load it from their website. Get on over to the Humble Mobile Bundle Website and check it out.

Source: Humble Mobile Bundle.

Daniel Tyson  


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