Fill Your Phone With the Latest Humble Mobile Bundle

Another day, another Humble Bundle. This time it's an impressive line-up of indie mobile games on Android, including Framed 2.

Indie mobile publisher Noodlecake has teamed up with Humble Bundle for The Humble Mobile Bundle: Indie Hits.

A collection of rad indie games that you can pick up for your Android phone using Humble's pay what you want (as long as it's at least US$1) model. As usual, some of the games are gated behind higher payments so let's break down what each tier contains.'

Tier 1: Pay What You Want

  • Invert - Tile Flipping Puzzles
  • Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP
  • Alto's Adventure
  • Pug's Quest

Invert is an award-winning puzzle game where you tap to flip tiles to make the desired result, appealing to Rubik's cube owners everywhere. Pug's Quest has you going on an puzzle-platforming adventure to save some dog-napped friends and Alto's Adventure is an endless runner involving snowboards and llamas.

Rounding out the first tier is Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP which has been a part of so many bundles and deals that you probably have a copy of it under your couch cushions. It's still a great adventure game on your phone.


Tier 2: Beat The Average (Currently $US4.57)

  • Vignettes
  • Shooting Stars!
  • Tower Dwellers
  • Caterzillar

A tower defense game, a bullet hell game with a laser kitty, a very platformy caterpillar and a textless exploration game fill out this tier.


Tier 3 Pay US$5 Or More

Image: Noodlecake

  • FRAMED 2
  • The Bug Butcher
  • Snowball

The juicy meat of the bundle, Framed 2 is the prequel to the game Hideo Kojima called Game of the Year in 2014. Made by Loveshack, a team based out of Melbourne, Framed 2 is a puzzle game where you move around comic panels to progress. It's good.

Oh right, there's also The Bug Butcher and Snowball to round out this tier. I got a little distracted. They also seem fine.


Full details on the bundle can be found at Humble Bundle. All games included are DRM free and can be downloaded directly onto your Android phone. Check the site for system requirements.

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