Wednesday , December 19 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Get Goat Simulator and 6 more games in the 21st Humble Mobile Bundle

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With a value of $26, this latest Humble Mobile Bundle is going to attract some attention for the simple inclusion of Goat Simulator, one of the most fun, crazy games around.

There’s seven games in total in this bundle, with more to come in a week. As usual there’s three tiers of games available for you to choose from depending on how much you want to pay:

  • Pay $1 or more for Westport Independent, _PRISM, and Sage Solitaire (premium).
  • Pay more than the average price and you’ll also get Ghosts of Memories and Door Kickers.
  • Pay $6 or more for all of that plus Twofold Inc. and Goat Simulator.

As usual you can split payments between developers, the Humble Bundle or some charities which this time around includes the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity. Payments can be made using Credit Card, Amazon Payments or PayPal.

If you jump into the bundle, make sure you grab the Humble Bundle Android App. The app gives you fast access to your Humble Bundle titles, but you will need to side load it as it’s no longer available from Google Play.

If this sounds like your idea of a great bundle head to the Humble Mobile Bundle website now to grab it.

Source: Humble Mobile Bundle.

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