Three new Pocket Gamer Award-winning titles (and their soundtracks) have been added to Android Humble Bundle 5, which was launched earlier this month.
So, what's new?
Well, there's Bronze Award-winning Crayon Physics Deluxe, Silver Award-winning Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP, and Splice: Tree of Life, which nabbed an über-rare Platinum Award at review.
If you want the above titles, you'll have to put your hand in your pocket and donate at least the going rate (currently $6.97) for this package.
As always, you can pay anything you like to download this latest Humble Bundle.
You'll get Silver Award-winning Beat Hazard Ultra, Bronze Award-winning Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, and NightSky HD regardless of how much you pay.
Pay more than $1, though, and you'll gain access to each title's soundtrack, too.
The Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP soundtrack, in particular, is very good. I fully recommend that you add it to your album collection.
If, however, you do decide to donate the same as the average donor, you'll also receive Dungeon Defenders (and all of its DLC), the Bronze Award-winning Super Hexagon, and both of their soundtracks.
Grab the Android Humble Bundle 5 from its website within the next six days. Fly, you fools!