The Humble Bundle for Android has sold over 100k units in less than four days

The Humble Indie Bundle comes to Android

The founders of the Humble Indie Bundle have launched a bundle for Android.

This is a first for the pay-what-you-want platform, which already has a reputation for accessibility, and is also available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Customers name their own price for the package, which includes Osmos, Edge, and Anomaly. Those who contribute more than the current average of $6.04 will also recieve World of Goo.

This payment model has achieved steady growth and success since The Humble Bundle launched in 2010, with the last bundle selling over $2.3m in two weeks.

Other flexibly priced packages have arrived on the market, but Humble Bundle remains the largest, and is now the first to provide compatibility with Android devices.

The bundle has sold over 100k units at the time of writing, and can be expected to raise $1m over 15 days. There are 11 days remaining in the sale.

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