Humble Mobile Bundle + Humble Weekly Sale featuring THQ!



Good news for android mobile users and everyone else this week as Humble Bundle not only release their latest Humble Mobile Bundle, but also their latest Humble Weekly Sale featuring THQ as well!

e’re full of new stuff today! We’ve got a brand new type of bundle and an awesome new weekly sale! Please welcome the first ever Humble Mobile Bundle and the second Humble Weekly Sale, featuring THQ!


The Humble Mobile Bundle is a brand new offering that features 6 spectacular games exclusively for your Android devices. Pay what you want and get Plants vs. Zombies, Bladeslinger, Contre Jour, and Anomaly Korea. If you pay over the average, you’ll also get Metal Slug 3 and The Room! And a bunch of these games come with soundtracks!


Bundle buyers can also benefit two amazing charities: the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Child’s Play Charity. With your help, we’ve already raised over $11 million for charity!


So check out the Humble Mobile Bundle and enjoy the awesome collection of games and soundtracks! Don’t let this one slip away!


Oh! And what’s this? ANOTHER bundle? That’s right, here comes our second Humble Weekly Sale, featuring THQ! Name your price for four epic titles for Windows via Steam!

Pay what you want starting at $1 and get Red Faction: Armageddon (plus Path to War DLC) and Darksiders. If you pay over the average, you’ll also get Red Faction: Guerrilla and the amazing Darksiders II!


This weekly sale allows fans to benefit the Child’s Play Charity as well as the American Red Cross!


The Humble Mobile Bundle will only be live for two weeks, and the awesome THQ sale will only be available for one! So pick your bundles and start rocking out with a ridiculously fantastic collection of mobile and desktop games!

As mentioned above, you’ve only got a maximum of 14 days to grab all the games so head over to The Humble Mobile Bundle and the THQ sale as soon as possible if you want those games!

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