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Humble Mobile Bundle buyers given a three game bonus

Posted In News - By AndroidPress on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 With No Comments »

The Humble Mobile Bundle launched a short while back. The initial launch had the bundle with a total of six games, however as of today it looks like there has been a few additions. The mobile bundle (which is aimed entirely towards Android users) is now offering a total of nine games. And yes, these additional three games will be available for those who have already made the purchase as well as for those who are still considering a purchase.


At present the Humble Mobile Bundle is showing 101,339 bundles as already having been sold. If you happen to be included in that group, you should head to your Humble Bundle download page and grab these three new additions. On that note, the three new games include Another World, Funky Smugglers and Raiden Legacy.

As a reminder, the initial six games in the Humble Mobile Bundle included Anomaly Korea, Contre Jour, Plants vs. Zombies, The Room, Bladeslinger and Metal Slug 3. The bundle also includes a selection of game soundtracks as well. Game titles aside, lets talk about the offer from the standpoint of those who have yet to part with their money.

Some of the games in the bundle come locked. These are easy enough to unlock and gain access to, you simply need to pay above the current average. At the moment the average payment is $5.58. This means you need to pay $5.59 (or more) and you will get all nine games along with all the soundtracks. Aside from choosing the amount you want to pay, the Humble Bundle also allows you to decide how the payment is split between the developers and charity. Bottom line here though, the Humble Mobile Bundle is now that much more appealing thanks to the addition of these three games.

[via Humble Bundle Blog]

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