The Humble Bundle for Android 3 has just gone live, bringing five great games to the platform. A donation of your choice gets you Fieldrunners, BIT.TRIP Beat, SpaceChem and Uplink. Donate above the average, which is at $6.06 at the time of writing, and you also unlock a fifth game called Spirits. This really is a tremendous value, especially when taking into account that you receive Windows, Mac and Linux versions of the games for no additional cost.
If you're not familiar with how the Humble Bundle system works, it's a basic "pay what you want" structure. This means that you offer to pay what you feel the games are worth, and on top of that you get to choose what percentage of your donation goes to each of the sources. The great part about the Humble Bundle is the charity aspect, which this time around offers you a choice of donating to Child's Play Charity and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Interested in getting some great games and donating to charity? Of course you are. Check the video after the break, and head to the source link below to make your donation.
Source: Humble Bundle
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