Humble Mobile Bundle 4 offers up six great Android games

Ready for more quality, cheap gaming? The humble folks at Humble Bundle have dropped a new mobile bundle, giving us six new titles that should keep you busy for quite some time. You’ll name your own price for the following six games (though you’ll have to pay more than the average of the $3.62 to receive the last two):

  • Catan: one of the best strategy games of all time.
  • Vector: free-running chase game with parkour elements.
  • Riptide GP2: Water jet racing game.
  • Zombie Gunship: Shoot. Zombies. In. Head.
  • BADLAND Premium: a side-scrolling action game.
  • Breach and Clear: a tactical military strategy game.

Unfortunately, unlike typical bundles, these don’t come with accompanying DRM-free soundtracks. The games themselves are DRM-free, though, and can be easily accessed through the official Humble Bundle app for Android.

Of course, you’ll have to act soon-ish to make sure you don’t miss out, as this will only be available for the next two weeks. There’s a chance more games can be added, as well, so even if you don’t anticipate playing the last two games on the aforementioned list you’ll still want to pay more than the average to get any additional games they might add. Head here to take advantage.

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  • Joshua Patrick

    Buying from humble bundle unlock the google play version or do you get the apps from a differnt store?

    • rageboardr

      I’m pretty sure that it does not unlock the Google Play version. But you still get any updates, just from a different source.

    • Chimphappyhour

      The last time I bought a HB, it allowed me to choose my download source and I got all my apps from the Play Store.

      • Chimphappyhour

        Ok, to correct myself, I just bought this bundle and they aren’t running things the same way. No idea how updates will be handled to these games in this instance.

        • Dan

          The last apps I bought from Humble Bundle updated directly through the HB app. You even get a notification for updates.

          • Chimphappyhour

            Cool! Thanks for the heads up on that.

      • fahadayaz

        Which bundle allowed you to get your apps from the Play Store?

  • snapper.fishes

    Vector looks like a fun game, but it’s not optimised at all. The first few levels are fine, but later levels lag a lot on the Nexus 4 even if you turn graphics to the lowest settings.