Saturday , December 15 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Humble Humongous Mobile Bundle launches to keep the kids entertained

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With the Humble PC and Android Bundle still chugging along, the full on Android Humble Bundle Mobile has just updated with a collaboration with Humungous Entertainment, offering a bunch of games that should keep your younger kids entertained for next to nix.

The bundle as always offers four games – Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide, Freddi Fish: Haunted Schoolhouse, Spy Fox in Dry Cereal, and Putt-Putt® Saves the Zoo – for just $1, with the chance to grab Putt-Putt® Enters the Race, Freddi Fish & the Stolen Shell, Pajama Sam Thunder & Lightning, Putt-Putt® Joins the Circus and more games to be added in the future if you beat the average price of US$7.43.

This week there’s a couple of premiums, with a Steam tie-in for the steam keys for Mac, Windows and Linux and a ‘coupon for 75% off one purchase of Humongous titles in the Humble Store’ if you pay US$10.99 or more. You can also grab a pair of Pajama Sam socks and a Putt-Putt air freshener as well as Everything in the above bundle, if you pay US$29.99 or more.

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The ‘or more’ part is a big part of the Humble Bundle, with a portion of every payment made potentially going to charity which this week is the Make A Wish foundation.

Head over to the Humble Bundle Mobile store to grab your mobile bundle this week.

Source: Humble Bundle Mobile.

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