Buying the latest Humble Bundle is easy, it's cheap, it's fun, and it helps some important causes.

The Humble Bundle is back, and with version six you're able to get up to seven great games for your Android device at one low price. It's a pay-what-you-like affair, and any amount will get you these five great games:

  • Aquaria
  • Fractal
  • Organ Trail: Director's Cut
  • Stealth Bastard Deluxe
  • Pulse (Android-only)

If you opt to pay more than the average payment, you also will unlock Frozen Synapse and Broken Sword: Director's Cut. Right now, the average payment is just $4.50, but that changes as more people pay (it's the average).

Besides getting a handful of great cross platform games, a portion of the price will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play Charity, two very worthy organizations.

Have a look at the video, then head to the source link to grab the latest Humble Bundle. They accept PayPal, Amazon payments, Google Wallet and Bitcoin. 

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There are 10 comments

15israellai says:

Isn't it awesome to have AC remind us so we can get it early?
BTW is this the second bundle that supports android?

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elyfant422 says:

This is actually the 6th android bundle. They have had 8 regular bundles and various others thrown in.

15israellai says:

Hmm I've been following them but I think I missed something haha...I only have humble bundle 3 and 6 for android

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ScottJ says:

Oregon Trail had a director?

joebob2000 says:

"Organ Trail: Director's Cut" read that one more time...

I am thinking its a grotesque "Saw" movie sort of game.

It's like Oregon Trail gameplay only it's about zombies. It's actually a really fun game

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nathanzzx says:

I always buy the Bundles and never play the games. I have never heard of any of those, are they good and worth the purchase?

MowDownJoe says:

Yeah, I'd recommend most of these. Although I have no idea how a twitchy platformer like Stealth Bastard would work well with a touch screen. Get a USB OTG cable and a gamepad, please.

15israellai says:

Just buy them for charity ;)

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Sagi Ohayon says:


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