carmaThree more fantastic Android games have been added to the already awesome Humble Mobile Bundle 2. Now added is QWOP, God Of Blades, and Karateka Classic. Along with selected soundtracks, there is also special a special making of PDF, PLUS the added smile on your face when you donate to charity, with this Pay What You Want offer!

Read below for full details of all the games that are included

gobNine remarkable games for your Android devices. Humble Mobile Bundle 2 features nine unbeatable games for Android. Pay what you want to receive the zany arcade slugfest Punch Quest; the adorable tower-defense game Bloons TD 5; the vibrant clock-rewinding endless runner Time Surfer; and the spaceship adventure sim Star Command. If you pay more than the average, you’ll also get the visually stunning action RPG Ravensword: Shadowlands, the exciting and gory racing game Carmageddon; the quirky and hilarious ragdoll running game, QWOP; the beautifully designed side-scrolling sword slasher, God of Blades; the karate classic Karateka Classic; and the compelling eBook “The Making of Karateka.”

ravPay what you want. Purchased separately, these nine Android games would cost you around $44, but we’re letting you name the price! The games are ready to play and compatible with tons of Android devices (supported device list here)!

effSupport charities and developers. Choose how you want to divide your purchase: between the developers, the Child’s Play Charity, or the Electronic Frontier Foundation. And if you like this bundle, a tip to Humble Bundle would be greatly appreciated!

If you wish to purchase this Humble Bundle then visit HERE and why not check the Humble Weekly Sale while you’re at it!

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2 thoughts on “More games added to Humble Mobile Bundle 2!”

  1. Humble Bundles are phenomenally popular. With Windows, Linux and Mac bundles. Glad to see this continuing to Android and iOS as well.

  2. Very much so, great prices too, and for a good cause. I have bought them all, apart from 2 i believe i missed, but just buy them for the sake of them, even if i dont play, still a bargain, and charity still getting money.

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