Humble Indie Bundle brings iOS classics Canabalt, Zen Bound 2 and Cogs to Android
On board with the latest package, which raises money both for digital rights movement the Electronic Frontier Foundation and children's charity Child's Play, is Canabalt HD from Adam Saltsman, Ronimo Games' Swords & Soldiers, Secret Exit's Zen Bound 2, Lazy 8 Studios' Cogs, and an Android tablet version of Spiderweb Software's Avadon: The Black Fortress.
The bundle is designed to allow people to pay what they want for the games on offer, with all the titles also working on Windows, Linux and Mac.
Customers can also determine just how much of the money they pay goes to each charity, with a two player version of Canabalt previously only available on Winnitron arcade cabinets also available for Windows, Linux and Mac.
The first Humble Indie Bundle for Android saw 11 bit studios' Anomaly: Warzone Earth, 2D Boy's World of Goo and Osmos from Hemisphere Games take part, raising a total of $920,000 from 150,000 bundles sold.