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Humble Bundle, the popular game bundle seller, has announced a new bundle in their “Humble Mobile” line. The “Best of Strategy” offers gamers the opportunity to donate money to either the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Child’s Play Charity, or a third charity of their choice (via the PayPal Giving Fund) in exchange for their donation tier’s games. The Humble Tip also allows gamers to show their appreciation for the bundle as well as the work the Humble Bundle team does in putting it together. Finally, you can choose to give some (or all) to developers and split it up however you want between the developers.

All of the games offered in the “Best of Strategy” Humble Bundle are DRM free and only available on Android devices

So, just what games do you get? Paying $1 or more gets you started with these three titles and redemption code:

  • Epic War TD 2, developed by AMT Games.
  • MechCom 1 + 2, Bundle developed by Game Dev Team.
  • Age of Civilizations, developed by Łukasz Jakowski.
  • A $5 redemption code for in-app purchases in Battle for the Galaxy, developed by AMT Games.

The next tier up offers a further three games for those willing to spend $3 or more.

Finally, paying $5 or more gets you all the games from the previous tiers, as well as two additional games:

In total, $47 worth of mobile games are available in this bundle.

There is also a bit of bonus content available to unlock at the different tiers; paying $1 or more unlocks a coupon for 10% off the Humble Monthly subscription for new subscribers, and paying $3 or more gets you the soundtracks for Anomaly Defenders, Anomaly 2, Kingdom Rush Frontier, and Kingdom Rush Origins.

The “Best of Strategy” Humble Mobile Bundle will be running until March 27, 2017.

Stay tuned to TechRaptor for further information on current and upcoming Humble Bundles.

What are your thoughts on this Humble Mobile Bundle? Anything interesting catch your eye? Let us know in the comment section below.


Brandon Bobal

Partner Manager

Brandon writes articles with focuses on video and board games, and Magic: The Gathering. When he isn't doing research for his weekly Magic: The Gathering column, he can be found enjoying the outdoors.


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