The latest Humble Mobile Bundle collection offers up a bunch of Android games under the "pay what you want" model. However, this one has a couple of extra wrinkles. One is that it centers on titles published by Crescent Moon Games. The other is that even more games will be added to the bundle when it reaches certain monetary goals.
This bundle lets Android gamers pay whatever they want for four games (Space Chicks, 2-Bit Cowboy, Neon Shadow, and Ravensword: Shadowlands). If they pay more than the average amount, they can get four more games (Topia World Builder, Shadow Blade, Mines of Mars, and Blocky Roads). Finally, if users pay more than $8 they can get all eight games plus alpha versions of two upcoming titles (The Deer God and Exiles: Far Colony) with access to the full versions when they are released. That's 10 games that normally cost about $38. We got super-early looks at the iOS versions of The Deer God and Exiles last spring at GDC. We can only assume they've come a long way since then.
But that's not all; as the Humble Mobile Crescent Moon Games Bundle collects money, it reaches goals that will add even more games to anyone who has paid more than the average amount, In fact, it's already reached the first goal, unlocking Siegecraft Defender.
As usual, users can choose to donate a portion of their funds from the latest Humble Mobile Bundle to two charities (Child's Pay and the Electronic Frontier Foundation). It's scheduled to end on December 8th. Which game are you most looking forward to playing?
Source: Humble Bundle