Time to Stockpile Mobile JRPGs

If you have not heard about the Humble Bundle yet, it’s time to crawl from under that rock, because it’s home to some of the best gaming deals on the internet. Humble has set up a system where they get game developers to agree on releasing a collection of their games digitally, allowing people to choose how much they are willing to pay for them. The best part is that the customer chooses where their money goes between a list of charities, the game developers, and Humble. You can pay/donate any amount you want, and when you meet certain thresholds you get more games, simple as that. Typically you get some for only a dollar, then you get some more if you pay above the average of other purchases, and then you get the rest when you meet a certain, very reasonable, threshold. I have populated a huge portion of my Steam library with games received through the Humble Bundle, with each game only costing me about a dollar a piece. Some of the bundles are better than others, but its always for a great price, and it feels nice getting to choose who gets your money.

Be sure to check out the Current Humble Bundle.



The Humble Mobile Bundle is a dream come true for the frugal mobile phone gamer, and this time around its a nice little collection of JRPGs from Kemco GamesI can’t speak for any of the games here, and I don’t think you are getting anything award winning, but its really hard to go wrong when you are getting seven games for less than the price of a McDonalds Value Meal. The pot gets even sweeter if they reach their $50k and $80k goals, adding something each time respectively; if you’re not convinced, check back in a few days and see if something you want shows up. There is only a little more than six days remaining though, so if you are looking to fill your mobile game library, now’s the time.

How do you feel about the Humble Bundle? Ever play anything that’s available this time around?


Source: Mobile Humble Bundle

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