Get an even better deal by donating above-average early for all six games

The latest Humble Mobile Bundle — now the fourth iteration — is available, brining you four or six amazing Android games for an equally-amazing price. The Humble Bundle model is unique in that it lets you pay anything you'd like to buy the games, with the only qualification being that you pay over the average donation thus far in order to unlock all of the games. You can even choose how your donation is split between the developers and charities if you'd like. This time around you can pick up four games for any donation:

And two more games with an above-average donation:

  • BADLAND Premium
  • Breach & Clear

The current average purchase price is just $3.24 for all six games, which is a killer deal (Riptide GP2 alone is $2.99 in Google Play). You can donate and get your games from the source link below now.

Source: Humble Bundle

There are 12 comments

NoNexus says:

I wish that you could buy these bundles through the playstore. I have a bunch of money from a Samsung promotion that I would throw at them.

still1 says:

wish google would start a promotion like this

jdbii says:

Riptide GP2 and Badland (free) are great games, so Badland Premium would be that much better. Don't know anything about the other games.

codiusprime says:

Wow fantastic deal. I own most of these but I'm going to go ahead and buy them again to support Humble Bundle and the devs.

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Just bought all the games. Very cool:)

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minnow4 says:


Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013)

For my nexus 7 too! And they're great on this thing.

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Wollombi says:

Pardon my ignorance here, but can anyone tell me how updates are handled with these? Do you just buy the current version and that's it, or do you also get updates to the apps when they become available?

Pseu says:

You get updates through the Humble Bundle app. I couldn't say if updates come through there as frequently as through the Play Store versions.

Edit to add:

zhecht says:

I don't understand how Catan can be that inefficiently coded. It's a simple 2-D game with minimal animation and no network access, but my phone draws over 600mA when I'm playing it!

rkcmd says:

Thanks for the heads up!

doc_724 says:

Love zombie gunner!

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