Humble Mobile Bundle 21 Is Live With Some Great Games

In the realm of game bundles, whether for PC or Android, little are as well-known as Humble Bundle, who offer up game packs that change on what is usually a bi-weekly basis to bring fresh content to gamers. The latest pack meant for mobile devices, Humble Mobile Bundle 21, is now live and it introduces some winners that really make this bundle shine. This is also a notable bundle as it is dedicated completely to mobile devices, which means all of the games are Android games, something which Humble Bundle themselves had stated that they would not be doing as often, and instead would focus on bundles most of the time that include games for both PC and Android.

That said, here's what you get with Humble Mobile Bundle 21. As usual you can pay at least $1 or more and grab three fantastic games which includes Westport Independent (which has a similar feel to Papers, Please), _Prism, and the Premium version of Sage Solitaire. If you bump that payment up to the average amount which does tend to change and shift (it's currently sitting at $4.97 at the time of writing), you can unlock two more games which includes Ghost of Memories, a puzzle style game with some awesome artsy graphics and vivid, colorful visuals, and Door Kickers.

The nice thing about paying the current average amount is that you'll get to unlock whatever future games are added to the bundle, which usually happens after the first week or so that the bundle is live, meaning that sometime on or after next Monday gamers should see new games added to the bundle. However, it is worth noting that these games are a mystery until they're added in which for some, is part of the allure. There is also two more games you can pick up immediately when you purchase the bundle if you pay at least $6, which are Twofold Inc., and the ever popular original Goat Simulator. Paying the $6 or more also grants you access to unlocking any of the games from the lower amount tiers, as well as those that are added in the future.

The bundle went live just earlier today, so you'll have roughly a week before new games are added in if you want to see what those will be, and you'll have a total of two weeks from now before the bundle disappears for good. If this would be your first experience with a Humble Bundle game pack, the benefit to buying these games through these bundles is that part of the proceeds can be donated to specific charities which Humble Bundle partners up with. These include the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play Charity. Some of the profit can also go to Humble Bundle, and some to the developers, so everyone is able to get a cut, and you can set the amounts of what goes where. If you're looking to grab this bundle, you can do so from the source link below.

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