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Humble SEGA Mobile Bundle Adds Two More Games With Sonic CD And Super Monkey Ball 2

August 27, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

The Humble Mobile Bundle has been a lovely addition to the easiest way to pick up a few great games for really cheap and also help charity in the process. This latest Humble Mobile Bundle accomplished a couple of things for fans and gamers as well as Humble Bundle themselves. The Humble SEGA mobile Bundle has added in two more new games to the original offering of 6 titles, plus a new Sonic Live Wallpaper that you can apply to your devices. It also marked the beginning of the Humble Mobile Bundle tab to the companies website, and it paved the way for a biweekly mobile bundle to hit so that we can get tons of really cool great games every two weeks.

The Two new games added with the Sonic live wallpaper are Sonic CD, and Super Monkey Ball 2: Sakura Edition, both awesome SEGA titles that you can add to your library if you have paid the average amount of $3.85 to unlock them. That average will go up a little bit over the remaining time that there is left for this particular bundle. For now though you have a little time to think on it if you haven’t already grabbed the bundle yet. As of now you have 6 days and 22 hours left to pick it up before the deal is gone, so you can think on it a day or a few and grab it while there’s still time. Just don’t wait too long as the price is sure to go up some before it ends.

The included games from the start which you may have already known about are Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 1 and 2, ChuChu Rocket!, Virtua Tennis, Crazy Taxi, and Sonic and SEGA All Stars Racing. That’s a whole lot of games for just a few bucks, and especially great if you’re a Sonic and a SEGA fan. If you grew up in the 80’s and the 90’s, you either probably had Genesis or knew a friend who did. This nostalgic bundle of awesome SEGA classics is packed full of good stuff, and you can access all the games right from your device with awesome Humble Bundle app(which was just redesigned with a brand new UI by the way). Simple and fast.