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Humble PC & Android Bundle comes bearing Please Don’t Touch Anything, Badland, and more (Update: 3 new games!)

Three new games have just made their way to the Humble PC & Android Bundle 14!
July 5, 2016
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Update (7/5): Three new games have made their way to the Humble PC & Android Bundle 14! Now if you pledge $3 or more, you'll get access to Unmechanical, Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Edition, and Asdivine Hearts. Of course, if you've already paid $3 or more, you'll still be able to download these games at no extra cost.

If you're interested, head to Humble Bundle's website for more details.

Original post (6/28): The newest offering from Humble Bundle is a quirky little package that features games for both Android devices and your PC. At the time of writing, it’s possible to snag the whole kit and kaboodle for just under eight bucks, but as is the nature of Humble Bundles, you’ll have to act quick to make the best of its gradually-increasing price tag.

If you pay anything at all, then you’re guaranteed to get the Game of the Year/Premium Edition version of Badland, 100000000, and SPACECOM. Toss at least three bucks in the hat and you’ll get the hit indie puzzler Please Don’t Touch Anything, Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon, You Must Build A Boat, and any other games that are added to the bundle going forward. Those who are absolutely rolling in the dough who are able to pay $3 above the current average will also get a copy of Desktop Dungeons and Knights of Pen & Paper 2.

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This bundle will be available for the next two weeks, with new games gradually being added as the price slowly climbs. Early buyers will, of course, get these new games added to their library even though they weren’t listed as part of the bundle at the time of purchase.

What do you think of the Humble PC & Android Bundle number 14? Worth springing on, or are you going to pass on these games? Let us know your opinion of this offering in the comments below!