As affordable as they are, Humble Bundle’s DRM-free game sales have a tendency of emptying our wallets. Not only because they typically offer the best games for Android, but because it’s all for a good cause as well. Today, the “Humble Sega Mobile Bundle” went live, offering up a curated list of some of Sega’s greatest.
For the first 3 titles — Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I, ChuChu Rocket!, and Virtua Tennis Challenge — you can pay whatever you like. But if you’d like a little more bang for your buck, you can pay higher than the average (currently at $3.78) to pick up Sonic & SEGA All-Star Racing, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II and Crazy Taxi. Because this is the Humble Bundle, additional Sega titles will be unlocked at a later date (keeping my fingers crossed for Jet Set Radio) which will then be added to your account at no extra charge.
There’s 2 ways you can go about doing this. The first is by heading to Humble Bundle’s site here and making a donation through PayPal. We’d recommend creating a quick account to keep track of all the titles in your little bundle (we’re sure you’ll be back for more later). After that, you can download the Humble Bundle Android app to view your new growing library of games, which will handle downloads and any updates that arrive later. You can find a brief video trailer down below and just after that, a link to the Humble Bundle app on Google Play. Cheers.
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