$6.15 or more gets you eight games that run on Android, Windows, and Mac.

By Devin Connors | 09-24-2014 | 1:30PM

Oh, video game deals, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways…you’re saving me cold hard cash.

Humble Bundle’s latest and greatest is Humble Bundle PC and Android 11, a cornucopia of games that will be right at home on your Mac, PC, Linux box, or Android device of choice.

As with any Humble Bundle, the games included are tiered based on how much you donate. Any donation amount will net you four games: Thomas Was Alone, Bridge Constructor Playground, Cubemen, and Cubemen 2. If you pass beyond Cheap Hobo Gamer, and level up to Normal Consumer? Such a move requires a donation of $6.15 or more, but nets you the four aforementioned games, plus Small World 2 (plus DLC), Blackwell 1, Blackwell 2: Unbound, Blackwell 3: Convergence, and a few additional titles To Be Announced.

For those of us with increased discretionary funds, a payment of $11 or more unlocks even two additional games: Surgeon Simulator, and Anomaly Defenders.

All the games are DRM-free (unless you choose to redeem on Steam, which is optional), and all but Cubemen 1 come with a DRM-free soundtrack to download as well.

The short version: $11 gets you at least ten games, at least nine game soundtracks, and a warm, fuzzy feeling by donation to this bundle’s organizations of choice: The Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Child’s Play. So skip Starbucks for a day or three, and put your money to even better use, yeah? Your NVIDIA Shield will thank you.

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