Humble's back with their 12th Android/PC crossover bundle. Pay what you want for a variety of games that are compatible on both PC and Android, and you'll get both copies. And of course, a portion of your donation goes to charity. [Humble Bundle]

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Want to try your hands at a civilization-building game that's not...Civilization? Europa Universalis IV for $10 is a steal. Check out Kotaku's review for more information. [Europa Universalis IV, $10]

As far as HD remakes go, Metro Redux is one of the best values on the current generation of consoles. You get both Metro games with updated graphics, which should keep you occupied for a good long while. [Metro Redux (PS4/One), $20]

The Samsung 850 EVO is the excellent successor to your previous favorite SSD, and the 500GB capacity is down to $180 on Amazon, the lowest price they've ever listed. If you still own a PC with a spinning hard drive, this is absolutely the best upgrade you can get for it. [Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD, $180]

The Carcassonne Android app was free a couple of days ago, and a lot of you seemed pretty excited about that. If you want to experience the game properly though, you'll want to pick up the board game for a new low price. [Carcassonne: New Edition, $26]

Update: Amazon has raised the price to $30. That's not as good as $26, but it's still on the low end of its usual price range.

It's only a few bucks off, but that qualifies as a deal when it comes to first party Nintendo games released in the last week. [ Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., $37]

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