SEGA Launches Humble Mobile Bundle

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

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Sonic the Hedgehog 4 | Sega Humble Mobile Bundle

The urge to play the blue hedgehog while waiting in line can be resolved, all with my wallet still smiling. That’s right; pay what you want for more than six SEGA games for your Android phone. There’s plenty to variety, including iconic Sonic platforming, ChuChu puzzle, tennis, and even driving insanely in a taxi (count me in). You can’t go wrong with this bundle.

Sonic 4 Episode I, ChuChu Rockets!, and Virtua Tennis Challenge comes default with any amount of payment. Pay more than the average–which is $3.81 as of publishing–and you can get Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, Sonic 4 Episode II, and Crazy Taxi. As the sale goes on, more games will be revealed and added in the bundle. These will require the above average payment as well. So the earlier you pay while the average is still low, the more savings you can have. Separately, all these SEGA games would cost $20. How much you save is up to you.

Crazy Taxi | Sega Humble Bundle

The draw of Humble Bundle, besides the savings, is that you can pick what your money goes towards: the developer, charity, or perhaps a bit to tip the Humble Bundle group. Letting you customize further, you can choose which game gets how much money or which charity gets how much.

The bundle will be on sale for another two weeks, ending on September 3rd. There’s still some time left to read the reviews for the undecided. Since these are mobile games, remember to review the system requirement to make sure your phone can play them. Though, any recent phone with Android 3.0 and above should have no problem.

View the trailer of the games below.

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