The fifth iteration of the Humble Mobile Bundle is now available, bringing another handful of DRM-free games with proceeds going to both the developers and charities. If you're not familiar with the system here, it's a "pay what you want" model that lets you make a donation and receive the first three games, with an above-average donation unlocking another three (or more) games. The six games available in this bundle aren't blockbusters, but they're a pretty great deal:

  • Bag It!
  • Aralon: Sword and Shadow
  • The Cave
  • The Room Two
  • Carcassonne

At the time of writing, this bundle will set you back under $4.40 — a great deal for six full-fledged games. Hit the source link below to buy them now.

Source: Humble Bundle


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Humble Mobile Bundle 5 has 6 games up for grabs for a great price


I spend way too much on games from Humble Bundle I never get to play. But since it's charity, it's not a problem.

Agreed, I still haven't played any from the last one lol.

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When I buy them, I usually give 85% to the developers and 15% to the Humble team for overhead. I already give to charity in other ways and want the developers who participate and actual create the works to be rewarded the most.

Me too, since their charity is usually Child's Play, and that's one of the charities I donate to every year anyway.

I really like how they set it up so that you control how your money goes, though. That is a fantastic system.

Posted from one of an unnecessarily large collection of Nexus devices because I'm That Guy

I love the Humble Bundles, but I wish there was a way to link your purchases to your Google Play account, so you can download/get updates through there.

Would be nice but Google would get a cut if that were the case.

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this. and also all the games are in apk form. So no obb, even for 1.5gb game, you have to Install the whole apk and it takes loooong time to install

That's my only concern... seeing Google Play's versions being updated and still have the age-old version dusting in Humble Bundle (same can be said, mostly, for other markets like Samsung Apps or Amazon's, even).