Last week we brought you news of the Humble Bundle for Android 2, the second collection of DRM-free, pay-what-you-want games that benefit some worthy causes. The second Humble Bundle included four games and a fifth if you donated more than the average. As with the original Humble Bundle for Android, they've added a fifth game: Snuggle Truck, a 2d platforming/driving hybid. In Snuggle Truck you drive your beaten-down pickup through a platforming level, keeping as many stuffed animals safely within the bed as possible. Yeah, we don't get it either.
The bundle still includes the original four games, Canabalt, Zen Bound 2, Cogs and Avadon: The Black Fortress. You can pay whatever you like, but if you pay more than the average (currently $6.41) you get Swords & Soldiers too. And don't be the jerk who pays a penny - your funds are split between Child's Play, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the developers and the Humble Bundle organizers. You get games, then kids, tech-friendly activists and game devs get money - what's not to like?
And it's not just Android games - your payments gets you downloads for Windows, Mac and Linux, whenever you want. You can connect your purchase to Steam so that the games are integrated into your Steam Library. You can pay via PayPal, Amazon or (yes!) Google Checkout, but unfortunately, there's no way for the Humble Bundle to integrate into the Google Play Store just yet. Oh, and you also get a free download of all the available soundtracks and the original game that inspired Snuggle Truck... which we'll leave unsaid here. Head over to the Humble Bundle website to find out more.