Any Humble Bundle veteran knows that the games announced at the beginning of any given promotion are only the preliminary round. Like every Humble Bundle before it, the same holds true for the Humble Bundle for Android 3, as four additional games have been tossed into the mix. You’ll have to shell enough to the beat the average purchase price if you want them though, and at the time of this writing, the average sits at $6.17.

The games that have been added to the Humble Bundle for Android 3 are Anomaly: Warzone Earth, Osmos, World of Goo and Edge. Humble Bundle vets will immediately recognize all of those games, as they were part of the first Humble Bundle for Android. Not only that, but most of them were featured in even earlier Humble Bundles, so those who have longtime fans of the promotion have now had a few chances to snag them.

This quartet of new indie games is joining Fieldrunner, Bit.Trip Beat, SpaceChem, Uplink and Spirits. With nine total games on offer, this has become a pretty solid bundle, and it seems that purchasers agree. After a week of availability, nearly 85,000 bundles have sold, bringing in over $500,000 for the developers and charity.

There’s a week left to go before the Humble Bundle for Android 3 becomes unavailable, so it seems like this one is on track to break $1 million. Keep in mind that these games are also available on Windows, Mac, and Linux, so you’re not restricted to just Android if you buy. There’s also the fact that all of the games come DRM-free, which is a huge plus. Get those orders in quickly though, because in just about seven days, the Humble Bundle for Android 3 will cease to exist.

[via SlashGear]