11 great indie games like Cubemen 1-2, Thomas Was Alone and Surgeon Simulator are a part of Humble Bundle: PC and Android 11 collection. Better yet, they're all cross-platform and DRM-free.

This month's Humble Bundle lets you pay what you want for Thomas Was Alone, Bridge Constructor Playground and Cubemen 1-2. Paying more than the average price (currently $6.15) will get you the first three Blackwell games, Legacy, Unbound and Convergence as well as Small World 2. Small World 2 will also come with its Royal Bonus DLC. Anyone who pays more than $11 will get all of the previously mentioned games as well as Anomaly Defenders and Surgeon Simulator. Humble mentions that buying these games on their lonesome will cost you over $105. No matter what you pay, you have the ability to designate how much of it goes to Humble, how much goes to the games' developers and how much goes to charity -- if you want all your money to go to charity, you can choose it. This month's charities are Child's Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

All of these games are DRM-free for PC, Mac, Linux and Android and offer cross-platform play. Even if it's just a few bucks, we highly encourage our readers to score some cheap games and to give something back to charity while they're at it.