The Humble Bundle continues to expand and find new ways of delivering the best deals on the Internet every week. What started as just a small offering of indie games has exploded into a full on weekly celebration with huge publishers participating, dozens of comics and books being sold at a time, and even flash sales for eagle-eyed shoppers.
Today, the Humble Bundle has grown even larger with the addition of a dedicated “Mobile Bundle” tab. For two weeks at a time, you’ll be able to pick up cheap Android games as it now becomes a regular affair.
Humble Bundle kicks off its new tab with a healthy selection of your favorite SEGA games. ChuChu Rocket, Virtua Tennis Challenge, and Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 are all available for the price you dictate, and paying the average price, of $3.83 at the moment, will also score you Crazy Taxi, Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, and Sonic 4: Episode 2.
No Sonic Jump? What gives?!
Of course, the money will go to charity, SEGA, and the Humble Bundle as you see fit. I’d like to participate, but SEGA tends to be stingy with its Japanese audience, and my IP address is region locked out in the same way that SEGA locks out its Japanese Steam games.