Sunday , August 19 2018


The Humble Mobile Bundle team are on a tear, releasing their next mobile bundle a week after updating their last one. This time around it’s the second edition of the Crescent Moon Games bundle and there’s a bunch of great games to be had.

This time around for as little as $1USD you can grab the Premium Unlocked Version of Stellar Wanderer, EXILES and Atomic Super Lander as well as I guess it would be the standard version of Almightree: The Last Dreamer, but it looks cool too.

If you want to pay a little more and beat the average bundle price which stands at $4.64USD at the moment you can get all those games as well as the Premium Unlocked Version of The Deer God and Aralon: Forge and Flame as well as the standard edition of Ravensword: Shadowlands. You can also get the debut edition of Maze Lord.

Now, we know you love a bargain, so why not just pay the $5USD and get all the above, plus any other extras they throw in down the track and get two new debut games: The Deep Paths: Labyrinth Of Andokost and 2-bit Cowboy Rides Again as well as the great Legend of the Skyfish.

As usual you can pay with Credit Card, Amazon Payments or just PayPal it, and split your payments between the Electronic Frontiers Foundation and Childs Play Charity.

If this sounds like your kind of bundle, then head over to the Humble Mobile Bundle Website and check it out.

Premium Unlocked Version

Source: Humble Mobile Bundle.

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