The Humble Bundle PC and Android offers titles which are available on Windows, Mac, Linux as well as Android, so you can take your gaming obsession with you on the move. The games are provided DRM free on Android and for PC, with Steam keys available for handing over a $1 more.
There’s currently four Games on offer for whatever price you want: Thomas Was Alone, Bridge Constructor Playground, Cubemen and Cubemen 2, but if you pay above the average price – which currently stands at US$5.25 – you can grab four more games: Small World 2 with Royal Bonus DLC as well as three games in the Blackwell series, including Blackwell 1: Legacy, Balckwell 2: Unbound and Blackwell 3: Convergence. The above average price also comes with the promise of more games coming soon. But, if you want to go the whole hog, you cam pay more than US$11 and get two big games as well: Surgeon Simulator and relatively recent release Anomaly Defenders.
As usual you split your payment between the Humble Bundle Team, the developers and of course two charities, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity. You also have options for payment including options to pay using Credit Card, PayPal, Amazon payment or Google Wallet.