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Grab Her Story, Machinarium, and Kathy Rain super cheap in the latest Humble Mobile Bundle

Humble Mobile Bundle

Man, Android gamers are getting spoiled this week. Thanks to the latest Humble Mobile Bundle, Her StoryKathy Rain, and Machinarium are up for grabs for next to nothing.

If you’ve been living under a rock, Humble Mobile Bundle is a charity organisation. It bundles together a collection of games and lets you decide how much you think they’re worth.

There are different tiers though, with each providing access to different games. You can pay anything for the first, but each subsequent tier requires a minimum payment. Each tier has its own batch of games to unlock.

You need this Humble Mobile Bundle in your life

It’s always an incredibly reasonable price though. And the best part is you’re giving to charity just for participating. Not only do you walk away with a ton of awesome games, but you feel really good about yourself too.


The following is a breakdown of this particular bundle, and its tiers.

Pay want for:

  • Grim Fandango Remastered
  • Kathy Rain
  • Machinarium

Pay $4 (£3.19) or more for:

  • Her Story
  • Sorcery! 4
  • Burly Men at Sea

Pay $6 (£4.78) or more for:

  • Lumino City
  • Samarost 3

Great adventures

The title for this particular Humble Bundle is very apt. These are all great adventure games, and we thoroughly recommend paying the small cost to grab every single one of them.

That represents hours of fun, and you’re also giving to charity. That’s Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity at default, but you can also select your own charity. That’s awesome stuff.

You’re also supporting a fantastic Android-only opportunity to grab a bunch of games super cheap. iOS doesn’t get Humble Bundles, after all!

To grab these excellent adventure games cheap, head on over to the official Humble Bundle page. Pay as much as you’d like to whoever you like. Then feel good about yourself – you have our permission.

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  • PanurgeJr

    The consumer in me loves the discount. The game player in me loves the discoverability bundles offer. The former economics major in me is worried about what bundles mean for the health of the industry, especially when they contain games like Lumino City which just got to Android literally this past week. Old games (whatever that means in mobile) that are done selling, sure, bundles help make a few more cents. But when consumers can get new games at such discounts, it can only make it more difficult for developers to survive, to say nothing of thriving, in the market.

  • Armaan Modi

    It would have been awesome if I could get the biggest bundle but I bought the $1 version for Kathy Rain.I already own machinarium and don’t have high hopes for Grim Fandango Remastered.