Tuesday , June 12 2018

Humble Artifex Mundi PC and Mobile Bundle now available with 8 games on offer

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Leading creator of adventure games Artifex Mundi has teamed up with the team over at the Humble Bundle to offer a selection of their titles as part of the Humble Artifex Mundi PC and Mobile Bundle.

There’s eight games on offer in the bundle, and if the name didn’t give it away, if you purchase any of the games in the bundle you get access to them on both PC and Mobile. There’s 8 games to start with, but there’s more on the way if you purchase either of the higher end bundle options. So, what’s on offer?

  • Pay $1 or more for Dark Heritage: Guardians of Hope, Vampire Legends: The True Story of Kisilova, and The Secret Order 2: Masked Intent.
  • Pay more than the average price and you’ll also get Crime Secrets: Crimson Lilly, Eventide: Slavic Fable, and The Secret Order 3: Ancient Times.
  • Pay $5 or more for all of that plus Grim Legends 3: The Dark City and Mythic Wonders: The Philosopher’s Stone.
The average price for the bundle stands at $4.47USD (around $5.92AUD) at the moment which gives you a bunch of games at just under $1 each, and it’s even better value if you choose the $5 option.

As usual you can pay for the bundle using Credit Card, Amazon Payment or PayPal and split that payment between the Artifex Mundi or Humble Bundle teams, or offer some to the EFF or Child’s Play charities being supported this month.

If you’re an adventure gamer and this sounds like it’s right up your alley, head over to the Humble Bundle website to check it out.

Source: Humble Bundle.

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