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Hundreds joins the Humble Mobile Bundle 3


9:00 PM on 11.26.2013
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The most exciting part of the Humble Mobile Bundle 3 was the debut of Vlambeer's Ridiculous Fishing for Android, which was a nice score for the platform, but that's not to say the rest of the bundle wasn't worth talking about. I mean, come on -- SpellTower!

Three new games and their soundtracks have joined this group for customers who beat the average purchase price and those are the terrific minimalistic puzzle game Hundreds, the acclaimed Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor, and Desert Bus. Yes, really.

I had completely forgotten that last one had made it over to mobile. Funny how those charity drives by LoadingReadyRun have successfully brought this game about literally driving a bus for hours on end into the mainstream.






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