April 2017 Humble Mobile Bundle: Great Adventures
Mobile gaming can get a bad rap, but there are a lot of really great titles for Android devices that really shouldn’t be missed. Humble Bundle really helps to get great games into gamers’ hands for cheap, and the Great Adventures mobile bundle is a fantastic deal that’s well worth your money. What can you get from this humble bundle? Check them out below:
Pay What You Want tier
Grim Fandango Remastered
Grim Fandango is a Double Fine game, a developer well known for titles such as Day of the Tentacle and Psychonauts. As such, Grim Fandango carries a high pedigree, and it delivers. It’s a very interesting and humorous take on The Day of the Dead, an Hispanic holiday that honors the dearly departed.
Kathy Rain stars the titular Kathy Rain, a young woman who returns to her home town after a long absence. Of course, everything isn’t as it once seems, and it’s up to her to uncover the dark secrets of Conwell Springs.
Machinarium is one of the many adventure titles from Amanita Games. In this title, you control a robot that wants to save his friends, and the setting and graphics are extremely beautiful and vibrant, perfect for a mobile title.
Her Story is an indie darling, winning many awards since its release in 2015. Her Story has an interesting setup–you’re looking through old police interview videos of a wife during her husband’s disappearance. Using keys words to eventually unravel the tale, the fantastic live action acting really brings this story alive.
While this is the fourth and final title of the Sorcery! series, you can begin this one if you wish. Based off of the books of the same name, this adventure game is closer to an RPG, with battles and multiple paths to explore, Sorcery is bound to entertain.
Burly Men At Sea
Burly Men At Sea starts off simply enough–three men find an odd map, and they set out to explore the world around them. This title borrows heavily from Scandinavian lore, and has a very simple and clean art styles.
Another title from Amanita Games, Samorost 3 is another title that involves exploring and unusual and fantastical setting. While it is the third game of the series, none of the titles really have a deep narrative that you’ll miss–it’s all about discovering a strange new world.
Lumino City is the sequel to a game called Lume… and while the other two titles do not need the previous entries to enjoy them, Lumino City is better played after Lume itself. And it’s worth it too, expanding on Lume’s story into epic proportions.
Are you interested in this great deal of a bundle, make sure to grab it from Humble Bundle before the end of the month!