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Humble Cartoon Network Mobile Bundle is live, it's a regular adventure
The folks over at Humble Bundle are at it again, launching a new mobile bundle packed full of games. This time out, they have teamed with the Cartoon Network to bring you more than a dozen games for as little as $8. This is the Humble Cartoon Network Mobile Bundle.
The Humble Bundle sales model began fairly simply, it worked in two parts – first, you paid whatever you wanted to gain access to a selection of games, books, and more, but if you paid more than the average price, you would get access to even more media. As the project moved forward, and the bundles of media got better, the team introduced a third aspect to the pay model, setting a minimum price that grants access to even more media in the bundle.
The best part, of course, is that Humble Bundle offers a portion of what they receive to charity, having now given over $51 million to charity, based on the generosity of users.
The latest bundle, the Humble Cartoon Network Mobile Bundle, packs 11 games, with the promise of more games to come soon. The games are based around shows like Adventure Time, Regular Show and more. Let’s see just what’s on deck.
Pay what you will to receive:
- Adventure Time: Treasure Fetch
- Regular Show: Best Park in the Universe
- Regular Show: Ghost Toasters
- Regular Show: Ride ’em Rigby
Pay more than the current average to receive:
- Adventure Time: Jumping Finn Turbo
- CN Superstar Soccer
- Regular Show: The Great Prank War
- Ski Safari: Adventure Time
If you pay more than $8, you will also receive:
- Adventure Time: Time Tangle
- Monsters ate my Birthday Cake
- The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville
Finally, don’t forget that there will be, at the very least, one more game added to the bundle at a later date. Usually that happens about a week into the campaign.
Humble Cartoon Network Mobile Bundle is active now and runs for the next two weeks. Head on over to the Mobile tab of the Humble Bundle website for more details.
What do you say, are you up for a little Adventure time, or is this bundle a little too, well, childish, for your tastes?