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(Update: more games added) Humble Mobile Bundle 15 is out now with Real Boxing, Trouserheart and many more

Two new games have been added to Humble Mobile Bundle 15 - Bean's Quest and The Nightmare Cooperative.
September 28, 2015
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Update (9/28): With only one week left to pick up Humble Mobile Bundle 15, two new games have been added to the pack. Retro platformer Bean's Quest and turn-based puzzler The Nightmare Cooperative have both been added to the premium tier, which you can pick up if you beat the average donation price (currently hovering around $4.32). If you aren't interested in donating that much, though, you can still pay $1 to download the first three games listed below.

If you've already beaten the average price, the two new games should be waiting for you. Feel free to head to Humble Bundle's website if you'd like some more information.

Original post (9/21): The Humble Bundle team has been on a roll as of late. Just a few days ago, we told you about the awesome developer-focused Humble Weekly Bundle that could score you a $300 application design suite for just $12. If that didn’t suit your gaming needs, though, you’ll be happy to hear that the latest Humble Mobile Bundle is out now, and it features some killer games.

Humble Mobile Bundle 15 features a total of six great games that, if purchased separately from the Play Store, would cost you about $351. Today you can get all six for just over $4, which is definitely a steal.

If you pay at least $1, you’ll score these three games:

  • Trouserheart
  • Real Boxing (Premium)
  • Governor of Poker 2 (Premium)

To get access to the last three games, you’ll need to beat the average donation price (currently about $4.32):

  • Great Little War Game 2
  • Tiny Guardians
  • Desert Golfing

As always, more games will be added to the Bundle in a week or so. All titles featured in this list are DRM-free, too. As is the case with all other Humble Bundles, you can choose where your money goes – between the developers and two different charities (Electronic Frontier Foundation and Worldreader). If you’re interested, follow the source link below to get started!