The Humble Mobile Bundle 3 is here! For the next 14 days you can take part in this pay-what-you-want sale on a bundle of Android games. The Mobile Bundle 3 includes EPOCH, rymdkapsel, SpellTower, and Swordigo, and if you pay more than the average (generally around $5) you’ll also get Ridiculous Fishing and Kingdom Rush.
Both Swordigo and Ridiculous Fishing are seeing their debut on the Android platform with this bundle, so pick them up while you can! As with any other Humble Bundle, each purchase supports the Child’s Play Charity and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as the devs who make the game. If you’ve never bought a bundle from the Humble folks before (and own an Android smartphone) now’s your chance to pick up a bunch of cool games and help out a couple of great causes.
Humble Mobile Bundle 3
As a reminder, the Humble Store is still doing daily deals, and today only you can pick up Hotline Miami for $2.49, Awesomenauts for $3.49, and Super Meat Boy for $2.49. TowerFall is also on sale for $9.99, but keep in mind that this is the Ouya version of the game.
The people behind the Humble Bundle are taking a stab at a more conventional method of selling games with the new Humble Store. Unlike the previous ‘pay-what-you-want’ Humble Bundles, the new Store is much like any other online game distributor, with the added bonus that 10% of all the proceeds are divided among the American Red Cross, Child’s Play, Electronic Frontier Foundation, World Land Trust and charity:water.
Also unlike previous Humble Bundles, the Store is permanent, and as part of the store’s debut the folks at Humble are running daily sales on new games added to the Store. The Day 1 lineup included Don’t Starve, Natural Selection II, Euro Truck Simulator 2, The Swapper, Prison Architect, Rogue Legacy, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, Orcs Must Die! 2 and Gunpoint. The second day of deals includes Guild Wars 2, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Papers, Please, Dust: An Elysian Tale, Planetary Annihilation, Alan Wake + American Nightmare, Antechamber, Blade Symphony, and Receiver.
All games are on sale for between 50% and 75% off for the first 24 hours they are available. My Day 2 picks would be Blood Dragon for $5, Papers Please for $6, and Antichamber for $6. New games appear to be added to the store every day at 2pm EST, which is also when the sales on the previous day’s games will end, so keep an eye out on the Humble Store page as well follow @humble on twitter for updates on each day’s sales.