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Android Only ‘Humble Mobile Bundle’ (Video)


It’s fun playing games but it’s even better when you do it for charity. The Humble Bundle has just made available an Android mobile-only “Humble Mobile Bundle”. This is the first time ever that the bundle is strictly Android games.

The new bundle includes the following games: Contre Jour, Anomaly Korea, Plants vs. Zombies, Bladeslinger, The Rooma, Metal Slug 3. That’s certainly a great looking bundle.

In case you are new to the Humble Bundle, it works in such a way that you can get the first four games in the list by paying anything you want. Yeah, you heard that right. And if you want all the games you just have to donate more than the average price people are paying. And you can select how your payment gets divided. You can put it all for charity, or split it up between Humble Bundle, the developers and charity. Currently, the average donation is $5.55.

So, are you interested in the games noted above? Check out the video below to know more about them.

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