November 15th, 2012 | By Tom Christiansen
With a little less then seven days left to buy the bundle, Humble Bundle announced the addition of five additional games to their fourth Android Bundle.
Avadon: The Black Fortress, Canabalt, Cogs, Swords and Soldiers, and Zen Bound 2 are now available to all Humble Bundle buyers who pay (or paid) over the average price.
Currently, the average price is $6.31, but this price is bound to fluctuate as people pay more/less over the coming days.
If you already purchased the bundle but did not pay above the average when you bought it, in the past you were able to pay the difference and acquire the additional games. If you already purchased the bundle above the average during the time of your purchase, the games will automatically be available for you in your Humble Bundle library, which can be accessed by signing in with the email account you used to purchase the bundle.
The fourth Humble Bundle for Android launched with Splice, Eufloria, Walking Mars, Machinarium, Crayon Physics Deluxe, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP.
With the original six titles, and the additional five, Humble Bundle values the bundle at $195, but as usual, they are letting the buyers decide the price.
Paying over $1 unlocks Steam codes, paying over the current average unlocks the additional games, and a customizable portion of every purchase can benefit Child’s Play charity or the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The games are also available DRM-Free for Windows, Macs, and Linux operating systems. Humble Bundle warns that for a few of these games are the initial release versions, so players should be patient as the developers iron-out any bugs that may pop up in these version 1.0 releases.
Visit the Humble Bundle website and pick up the bundle, you only have one week left.