Thursday , December 13 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Humble Mobile Bundle 18 adds two new games

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Gamers everywhere, if you haven’t yet grabbed the Humble Mobile Bundle 18, you have two new reasons to do so today with The Beggar’s Ride and Boulder Dash®-30th Premium added to the mix.

The games have been added to the premium tier, which means you have to pay above the average price – which sits at $5.91USD at the moment – to get them. At that stage though, just pay the $7USD and get all the games on offer. As it stands the tiers for the bundle look like this:

  • Pay $1 or more for Freeze! 2 – Brothers, Evoland, and Adventures of Poco Eco.
  • Pay more than the average price to also receive Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville, Broken Sword 5 Episode 1, Goat Simulator GoatZ, The Beggar’s Ride, and Boulder Dash®-30th Premium.
  • Pay $7 or more for all of that plus Broken Sword 5 Episode 2 and This War of Mine.

As usual the Humble Mobile Bundle supports charities and this month it’s the Electronic Frontiers Foundation and the American Red Cross. Pay your money using BitCoin, Amazon Payments, PayPal or Credit card and split your payment between the Humble Bundle Team, the Developer and the charities.

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

Source: Humble Bundle.

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