HeroCraft Humble Mobile Bundle Now Available

Herocraft Humble Mobile Bundle

The newest Humble Mobile bundle is now available. This is your chance to pick up 12 Android games for as little as $5 (or more if you’re feeling generous). The games offered this week are all from publisher HeroCraft, and the featured charity is SpecialEffect. The offered games range from incremental city builder Tap Tap Builder, two different games from the strategy franchise Majesty, to rogue-like RPG Dead Shell and the unique adventure-RPG King of Dragon Pass. If you’ve been looking to get more games on your phone that aren’t built around in app purchases, this is a great place to start. This time around if you pay more than $10 you will also receive a promo code for 20 booster packs in Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf.

As with all Humble Mobile Bundles, the games are not delivered via Google Play, but either through the Humble Bundle website or their official Android app. In the past games distributed through these bundles have had a mixed track record of getting updated, with the Google Play version sometimes getting patched long before the updated version has become available through Humble. This is the first mobile Humble bundle since Humble became part of IGN.

The games included in this bundle are:
$1 tier (pay $1 or more):
Dead Shell: Roguelike RPG
Majesty: Fantasy Kingdom Sim

Beat the average tier (currently $4.43)
King of Dragon Pass
Tap Tap Builder
Defense Zone 2 HD

$5 or more tier:
Tempest: Pirate Action RPG
Majesty: Northern Expansion
Space Expedition
Strategy & Tactics: Medieval Wars
The Tiny Bang Story
Lost Socks: Naughty Brothers

$10 or more tier:
Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf Promo Code (20 booster packs).

Interested? Check out the Hero Craft Humble Mobile Bundle

Note: Not all games are available in all countries. Discounts and prices may vary by region. Unless otherwise stated, all prices are in USD.
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