Earlier this month we mentioned that a new game bundle called the Humble Bundle 5 had launched for Android users offering six games and five soundtracks. Only a few days later, that bundle has been upgraded adding some new games for buyers to purchase. This game pack is interesting because it lets the buyers set the price and donate money to charity at the same time.
The new video games added to the Humble Android Bundle 5 include Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery EP, Splice and Crayon Physics Deluxe. These three new games join Super Hexagon and Dungeon Defenders as games that are only available if you pay more than the average amount paid. As you can see in the screenshot that when it was taken the more than average price was over $6.66.
Joystiq reports that the more than average price to unlock the additional games is generally under seven dollars. The new games also include their original soundtracks. The Humble Android Bundle 5 does include some games are available to people who pledge at any price.
The always available games include Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2 and NightSky HD. The games are also available in cross-platform supporting PC, Mac, Linux, and Android devices.