The latest Humble Bundle offers DRM-free indie games for Android Linux, Mac, and PC, including a couple of absolute treasures.
Humble Bundle 8 invites you to pay what you want for Aaaaa!!! for the Awesome, Jack Lumber, Gemini Rue and Little Inferno.
Cough up more than the average price to also score Hero Academy and Anomaly 2.
Three soundtracks are included in the base bundle, with one more unlocking for those who opt for the more expensive package.
As usual for core bundles, all games are cross-platform and DRM-free, and you can choose how your purchase is split between organisers, developers and charity, in this case the EFF and Child’s Play.