What's better than getting a bargain on cool Android games? Contributing to charity in the process, obviously. The Android Humble Bundle is currently in its fifth incarnation, and invites gamers to choose their own price to support developers and charities like Child's Play and the EFF. The current deal already includes six DRM-free titles, but the good folks behind the Humble Bundle have brought back three games from Humble Bundle 4 for a total of 9 games.


The returning games are Sword & Sworcery, Crayon Physics Deluxe, and Splice. This bundle already included Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, NightSky HD, Super Hexagon, and Dungeon Defenders. As long as you choose to pay over the average price of $6.70 (as of this posting), you unlock all 9 games, their soundtracks, and Steam codes for desktop versions. Paying less than the average is still fine, but you won't get the three newly added titles, or Dungeon Defenders. If you've already bought Humble Bundle 5 for Android, good news! You'll get access to the new stuff automatically.

Android Humble Bundle 5 is the fastest selling version yet. In just one week it's made $1.08 million on over 160,000 sales. It's awesome that Humble Bundle is so open and trusting of the community to set reasonable prices. It really is an unparalleled good deal.

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