+ Sunday October 20th, 2019

Humble Cartoon Network Mobile Bundle
If you’re a fan of Cartoon Network shows such as Adventure Time or Powerpuff Girls, then this is the bundle for you. The fine folks over at the Humble Bundle have launched a new bundle this morning in conjunction with the Cartoon Network.

As usual with all Humble Bundles you can pay whatever you want to get some stuff, but the more you pay the more you get. Starting off the bundle is four games available for whatever you want to pay: Adventure Time: Treasure Fetch, Regular Show: Ride ‘Em Rigby, Regular Show: Ghost Toasters, and Regular Show: Best Park in the Universe.

If you want to pay a little more and beat the average price, which stands at US$5.85 then you’ll get the standard four games as well as Ski Safari: Adventure Time, CN Superstar Soccer, Adventure Time: Jumping Finn Turbo, and Regular Show: The Great Prank War, as well as whatever titles they choose to add in the future.

Finally, as with the most current Humble Mobile Bundles, there’s a premium tier for US$8 which gets you all the previous titles and bonus titles, as well as The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville, Adventure Time: Time Tangle, and Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake.

Payment can be made through Credit Card, PayPal, Amazon payment, Google Wallet and BitCoin, with an option to break your payment up between the Humble Bundle folks, the Developers and two charities: Khan Academy and the Childs Play Charity.

Head on over to the Humble Bundle Mobile website to check it out now.

Source: Humble Mobile Bundle.

Daniel Tyson  


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