Humble Mobile Bundle 2 launched last week exclusively for Android devices and in one of the best Bundles yet, we saw the Android debut of Star Command. Time Surfer also made its first Android appearance as well as a handful of other great games that were being offered on the cheap in hopes of donating a chunk of proceeds to charity.
As so often is the case, a few additional titles are making their way into the Bundle and while you’ll have to pay more than the $4.54 average to get ‘em, we think they’re more than worth it. The martial arts classic Karateka (normally $1 on Google Play), Noodlecake Studios QWOP remake (normally $1), and hack n’ slash runner God of Blades (normally $3) have all been added for charity. All solid titles for sure.
If you’re still thinking about jumping on the Bundle, there’s no better time than right now (the average will only continue to grow). If you want to keep track of all your games, you can also download the Humble Bundle app for Android devices. It should help make downloading and keeping your games up-to-date a cinch.
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