Wednesday , August 22 2018

Humble PC and Android Bundle 14
The fine folks at the Humble Bundle are back today with a new PC and Android bundle, offering 8 games – with more to come – that are available to play on either PC or your Android device that are normally worth up to $117.

There’s several tiers available in this bundle, with my personal favourite games 10000000 and You Must Build a Boat available for a song. There’ options for free tiers, super cheap or paying a little more to get everything. Your options include:

  • Pay what you want for 10000000, Badland GOTY Edition (Premium Edition for Android), and SPACECOM.
  • Pay $1 or more to receive a coupon for 10% off Humble Monthly for new subscribers.
  • Pay $3 or more and you’ll also get Please Don’t Touch Anything, Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon, and You Must Build a Boat.
  • Pay more than the average price plus $3 and you’ll score all those games plus Desktop Dungeons, and Knights of Pen & Paper 2.
  • Want to try one of the games before picking up the rest of the bundle? Download a cross-platform copy of SPACECOM for free

You can pay for the bundle using Amazon Payments, Credit Card or PayPal, but it looks like the Humble Bundle guys have dropped the BitCoin option.

As usual you can opt to split your payment between the Humble Bundle guys, the Developers and charity, which this time around includes the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the American Red Cross.

Head over to the Humble Bundle website to grab your games now.

Source: Humble Bundle.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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