Saturday , December 15 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Humble Mobile Bundle 18 offers 8 games for $7USD with more on the way

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The Humble Bundle is back with another bundle this week, offering up to 8 games for $7USD and the promise of more games coming soon. Not only do you get games for cheap, you can help some charities as well.

The games on offer are pretty decent, with three tiers on offer:

  • Pay $1USD or more want for Freeze! 2 – Brothers, Evoland, and Adventures of Poco Eco.
  • Pay more than the average price, which sits at $6.15USD at the moment, to also receive Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville, Broken Sword 5 Episode 1, and Goat Simulator GoatZ.
  • Pay $7USD or more for all of that plus Broken Sword 5 Episode 2 and This War of Mine.

Two of the games, This War of Mine and Goat Simulator GoatZ, are AndroidTV compatible and though you’ll have to side-load them, they’re pretty darn good games.

This month the Humble Mobile Bundle is supporting the Electronic Frontiers Foundation and the American Red Cross. Pay your money using BitCoin, Amazon Payments, PayPal or Credit card and split your payment however you want between the Humble Bundle Team, the Developer and the charities.

The Humble Bundle is now live and you can expect to see some more titles added next week if you get one of the higher tiers. Head over to the Humble Mobile Bundle website right now to check it out.

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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