Humble Bundle fans who use the app will be pleased to know a major update to version 2.0.1 has been released to the Google Play store. This latest release brings an overhauled user interface to go with stability and performance improvements.
Humble Bundle today launched their 5th mobile bundle, feature 6 great games - Aralon: Sword and Shadow, Bag It!, Carcassonne, The Cave, The Room Two, and R-Type II. You can get three of the games for whatever you want to pay, but if you purchase all 6 you’ll still be paying more than what you pay for the bundle.
The bundle comes in at $20, which averages out to less than $4 per game.
The Humble Bundle: PC and Android 10 that was released only a week ago has just received three new games, although only two of them, Frozen Synapse and Ittle Dew, are available for the Linux platform. Every Humble Bundle collection released until now followed this simple recipe.
Only a few weeks after the Humble Bundle spawned its mobile wing, more changes are taking place at the Humble Bundle website. There’s now a new mobile section offering an Android bundle every two weeks, starting with the Sega bundle.
Business as usual as far as the model goes: pay what you can/want, receive three games. Pay above average, receive all six.
Humble Bundle has announced the release of a new bundle of games, Humble Bundle: PC and Android 9. Like all Humble Bundles, buyers can select the price they want to pay and what the cut will be between charity and developers. For this bundle, four of the titles are included in the bundle no matter what.