Aug 20 AT 4:01 PM Dustin Earley 1 Comment

Humble Bundle kicks off official dedicated mobile site with Sega Bundle

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Humble Bundle provides a seriously great service to consumers. You get to buy DRM-free content at your own price and choose who the profits go to, whether that’s the game developers, Humble Bundle itself or charity. Thanks to Android’s ability to install third-party apps, the platform has enjoyed exclusivity on Humble Bundle’s Mobile Bundles, which are about to change for the better.

Starting today, Humble Bundle will release a new Android-exclusive Mobile Bundle every other week. Humble Bundle has opened a dedicated mobile section on its website that will be refreshed with new content like clockwork. To kick off the opening of the Mobile Bundle website, Android users can purchase the Sega Mobile Bundle at just $3.73 for six awesome Sega games. Paying over $3.73 puts you over the average price gamers are paying, and gets you access to Sonic 4 Episode 1 and Episode 2, Chu Chu Rocket, Virtua Tennis, Crazy Taxi and Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing.

With the new release schedule, the Sega Bundle will be available until September 3. Head on over to the Humble Bundle website to grab your Sega Bundle today.

Dustin Earley: Tech enthusiast; avid gamer; all around jolly guy.

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  • BlazeHN

    Love Humble Bundle, got many AAA PC games for like $0.50 each when they were like $40 or something on normal sale =)