Thursday , November 22 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Humble Mobile Bundle: Indie Hits by Noodlecake! Gives you great games for next to nothing

The Humble Mobile Bundle has come back for another round, this time bringing Indie Hits thanks to Noodlecake Studios, an indie developer based in Canada.

There’s some really great games included in this sale, including the well known hit Altos Adventure. The Humble Mobile Bundle sale is split into three levels as usual, with the first level including Invert – Tile Flipping Puzzles, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, Alto’s Adventure (including Premium Unlock) and Pugs Quest. The first level will cost you just a $1USD to unlock – but if you want more games you can unlock the second bundle as well for just $4.56USD (at this time, it’s the average price and it changes), which includes Vignettes, Shooting Stars!, Tower Dwellers and Caterzillar. Finally, if you want all the games, you can pay $5USD and get FRAMED 2, The Bug Butcher and Snowball.

You can pick up some exclusives along the way with the Shooting Stars! and Tower Dwellers Soundtracks included if you beat the average price by more than $0.01. You’ll also get 10% off your first Humble Monthly bundle if you sign up for that, but it’s mostly PC games.

As usual you can pay with Amazon, Credit Card or PayPal, but a new method has popped up: AliPay, for anyone used to using places like AliExpress.

IGN acquired Humble Bundle back in October, and the payments can still be split between the Humble Bundle, the Developers and a charity, so it’s still business as usual on that front. If you want to check out what’s on offer head over to the Humble Mobile Bundle website to check it out.

Source: Humble Mobile Bundle.

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