Charity-focused game bundler Humble Bundle has released bundles of Android games before, but its latest bundle looks like it's the start of a move to release more frequent mobile collections.
In this way, the new Sega bundle will see a Mobile tab appear on the Humble Bundle website, making it easier for players to see what's on offer.
As for the Humble Sega Mobile Bundle, it gives Android gamers the chance to name their price for up to six titles, including the likes of Sonic the Hedgehog 4, Crazy Taxi, and Virtua Tennis Challenge.
Humble bundles allow customers to pay what they want for three of the games, while those who pay over the average price will receive three more.
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In this case, those giving more will also receive Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, Sonic 4 Episode II, and Crazy Taxi, with those paying below the average only gaining access to Sonic 4 Episode I, ChuChu Rocket!, and Virtua Tennis Challenge.
As well as naming their own price, those who purchase a bundle will also be able to choose how their cash is used, by distributing their money between developers and charities such as the Child's Play Charty, WaterAid, and UNICEF.
The Humble Sega Mobile Bundle will run until Wednesday, 3 September, and you can head there right now by following this sumptuous link.