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(Update: more games) Humble Mobile Bundle makes a return with games like Evoland and This War of Mine

Did you think the Humble Mobile Bundles were gone? We did too, but now it's back and has some great games for Android users to enjoy.

Published onMay 10, 2016


Update, May 10: Two more mobile games have been added to this already excellent Humble Bundle. The new titles are The Beggar’s Ride and Boulder Dash 30th Anniversary. If you already bought the top package, these games are included automatically. Happy gaming!

Original post, May 3: Did you think the Humble Mobile Bundles were gone? We did too, as that is what the team had announced back in November. The idea is that the mobile version of the Humble Bundle would die, with apps and games for smartphones migrating to other offerings. But it seems the pay-what-you-want site is willing to release a Humble Mobile Bundle at least every now and then.

Today we are taking a look at Humble Mobile Bundle 18, which includes some pretty fun titles. The purchasing system goes as expected. You can pay $1 or more to get 3 games. Those who pay over $7 will have access to another two titles. Meanwhile, paying above the average will entitle you to another growing list of games that currently includes 3 apps.

$1 or more:

  • Freeze! 2 – Brothers
  • Evoland
  • Adventures of POCO Eco

$7 or more:

  • Broken Sword 5 Episode 2
  • This War of Mine

Above the average:

  • Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville
  • Broken Sword 5 Episode 1
  • Goat Simulator GoatZ

The average currently sits at $6.17. You might want to act fast if you want to pay a price as low. Remember the average price paid for these bundles only grows. Regardless, you are still getting a good deal, especially considering all these games are valued at $50.


Another reason to make a quick decision is that this bundle won’t be around for long. It launched today and expires in two weeks.

Keep in mind you can choose where your money goes, making this purchase a good deed. One can donate part of the payment to the Electronic Frontier Foundation and American Red Cross. Furthermore, you can choose how much app developers get. And if you like what Humble Bundle does, you can also give them a tip.

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