Update: As is the Humble Bundle way, three new games have been added to The Humble Bundle with Android 5 pack. In addition to Beat Hazard Ultra, Solar 2, Dynamite Jack, NightSky HD and beat-the-average titles Dungeon Defenders and Super Hexagon, purchasers can not get Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, Splice and Crayon Physics Deluxe!
If you've already purchased the bundle, these three games will be unlocked automatically for you. If you've yet to purchase the bundle, you'll have to beat the average donation to acquire them (currently $6.74).
This round of the Humble Indie Bundle has sold over 165,000 packages for a total of $1.1 million. There's still time! Six days and over seventeen hours remain to buy, buy, buy.
The Humble Bundle loves Android. They love it so much, they've just launched their fifth bundle for Android games. At this rate, their may be more Humble Android Bundles than normal Humble Bundles. The latest package offers up Beat Hazard Ultra, Solar 2, Dynamite Jack and NightSky HD at pay-what-you-want prices, with bonus titles Dungeon Defenders (and all DLC) and Super Hexagon if you beat the average ($6.06).
As with other bundles (but not all) the Humble Android Bundle is available DRM-free and are available on PC, Mac, Linux and now Android. Of course, this is the first time a majority of these titles will be available on Android, so expect a few bugs on occasion. Come on, at these rates it's still astoundingly worth it. Also, you can still put as much of your purchase price towards the Child's Play Charity or to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Go! Now! If you don't have some of these games, there's really no justification to miss out on them now. It's the price of a burger, fries and drink at the local fast food place. Check out the Humble Bundle with Android 5 now. Did I mention the soundtracks are also available? They are.