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The latest Humble Mobile Bundle includes 11 games from Crescent Moon
Android users have the chance to once again grab some great games for almost no money with the latest edition of the Humble Mobile Bundle. This time, you can snap up 11 games from popular mobile publisher Crescent Moon. This is the second Humble Mobile Bundle that features games exclusively from Crescent Moon; the last one was offered way back in November 2014.
If you just want to pay $1, you can still get access to four Crescent Moon titles: the space exploration game Stellar Wanderer, the sci-fi RPG Exiles, the 3D puzzle-platformer game Almightree: The Last Dreamer, and the 2D “ship lander” game Atomic Super Lander. If you pay more than the average amount, which at the moment is $4.65, you can get four more games added to the bundle: the 3D adventure game The Deer God, the rogue-like puzzler Maze Lord (making its Android debut), the fantasy RPG Ravensword: Shadowlands, and another fantasy-themed role-playing game Aralon: Forge and Flame.
Finally, if you pay $5 or more, you can get all 11 games in the bundle, including the action-adventure game Legend of the Skyfish, the retro-themed Wild West game 2-bit Cowboy Rides Again (also making its Android debut), and the dungeon crawling RPG The Deep Paths: Labyrinth Of Andokost (yes, another game that is released on Android for the first time). You will be able to claim $47 worth of games if you jump in and get all 11 titles in the new Humble Mobile Bundle.
This particular bundle has a great variety of games and genres from Crescent Moon, so there should be something for every type of mobile gamer. As usual, all of the games are provided with no DRM. You can choose to donate a portion of your purchase to charities such the EEF, Child’s Play, or one of your choice. You also have a way to send a tip directly to the Humble Bundle crew if you want. This new deal will end on June 19, so while you have a little time to get these games, the bundle won’t last forever.