Humble Mobile Bundle 4 — Review

Check out my reviews for Humble Mobile Bundle 2 and Humble Mobile Bundle 3!

Humble Bundle, now complete with weekly sales and a full-on store front, has another bundle of Android games up for grabs.  You know the deal by now — you set the price and what portion goes to developers/charity for a set of games.  This time, we’re looking at nine total games, four for any price and five if you beat the average price which, at the time of writing, was $3.83.  The bundle expires midday on Monday, so if you’re interested, don’t put it off!  Overall, there are at least three games worth a look.

All of these games have been played on my Asus Transformer T300 with Android 4.2.1.

This bundle is very shooting and multiplayer heavy

This bundle is very shooter and multiplayer heavy

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Humble Mobile Bundle 3 — Review

Check out my review of Humble Mobile Bundle 2!

Humble Bundle is at it again with a total of nine Android games — four for any price and five more if you beat the average price, which was $5.31 at the time of posting.  This bundle is already a week old, so you’ll have to act quickly.  Maybe you’re travelling for Thanksgiving and need something to pass the time.  Maybe you hoard games like me.  Either way, if you have a capable Android device, I highly recommend these bundles as there’s usually at least one worth the price (which you set in the first place!).  Overall, this bundle has at least four games worth a look.

All of these have been played on my Asus Transformer T300 with Android 4.2.1.

Robots, space, swords, fishing ... this one spans it all

Robots, space, swords, fishing … this one has it all

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Humble Mobile Bundle 2 — Review

I absolutely love Humble Bundle.  It’s a service that partners with game devs to gather a pack of games and lets you decide how much to pay  Normally, paying $1 or more will net you three or four games and paying more than the average (typically around $5) will give you a few more games.  They usually add even more games after the bundle has been out for a while, so you’ll end up with seven or more games for as little as $5!  Most of the time the games are indie games, but there have been bundles for THQ, Double Fine, and EA.  You even decide how much of your payment goes to the devs, to Humble themselves, to Child’s Play, a charity that gets games in the hands of sick kids, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

The current bundle is for Android games and I picked it up last week.  All of these have been played on my Asus Transformer T300.  If the bundle gets updated with more games like almost all of the ones before it, I’ll update this article.

Flaming punches and dart-throwing monkeys.  Yep.

Flaming punches and dart-throwing monkeys. Yep.

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