The Humble Bundle is back, but instead of the main Humble line, we have the fifth Android pack. Unlike the main line of Humble Bundles, the Android family tree sports a group of games that not only run on OS X, Windows, and Linux, but Android as well. Due to the requirement that the games are able to run on Android, the pack may not contain games that you’re highly familiar with — or even heard of — but it still offers some great gaming at a low price.This time around, the total value of the items in the pack would reach $110 if bought individually, and as is tradition, the pack includes unlockables. You can pay what you want for the pack, but if you pay more than a buck, you’ll be given Steam keys along with the DRM-free direct downloads. If you pay over whatever the current average bundle price is, you’ll unlock Dungeon Defenders and Super Hexagon, which are likely the two most recognized games included in the pack. Whatever price you pay, you’ll receive Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, and NightSky HD. If you pay above that average bundle price, you’ll receive a soundtrack for each game, apart from Dynamite Jack.If you’re new to the bundle, not only can you pay whatever you want, but you can also dictate where the money goes. You can choose between the game developers, charity, the people that make the Humble Bundle possible, or any combination of those three. You can also gift the bundle to friends, but don’t let them know how much you paid.Grab a bundle here.