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Humble Mobile Bundle 4 adds Gunslugs, OLO, Color Sheep

If you threw some cash toward Humble Bundle's latest Android collection, you're entitled to three additional games unlocked today as part of Humble Mobile Bundle 4. Buyers who beat the bundle's average purchase price (currently just under $4) will receive downloadable copies of Sennep's...

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Indie Gala Interstellar bundle includes Cubicity, PixelJunk Shooter

The bundle barons at Indie Gala have released a new pay-what-you-want collection of seven Steam-redeemable PC games, with a buyer-chosen portion of proceeds benefiting the Able Gamer charity. Indie Gala's Interstellar bundle includes the 2D physics puzzler Cubicity, tactical FPS Interstellar...

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Spelunky, Ridiculous Fishing, more soundtracks now 'pay what you want'

Composer Eirik Suhrke isn't just the man behind some of the finest indie gaming soundtracks in recent memory, he's also generous enough to offer up those soundtracks at whatever price you'd like, just in time for the holidays. A visit to Suhrke's Bandcamp page reveals that his discography...

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Pay-what-you-want Interplay bundles on GOG for a limited time

In addition to all that Mac OSX hoo-haa that happened earlier today, GOG announced a trio of pay-what-you-want Interplay bundles, featuring games such as Shattered Steel, Messiah, Earthworm Jim and Fallout. Available for the next 14 days, the bundles' incentivized pricing structure should be...

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IndieGameStand open for business, pay what you want for Escape Goat

IndieGameStand takes the standard indie bundle formula and shoots it out of a cannon, hosting a new indie game for "pay what you want" every 96 hours. The first game to hit IndieGameStand launches today: Escape Goat from MagicalTimeBean. Escape Goat previously launched on XBLIG and PC, and tells...

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IndieGameStand channels Humble Bundle, Woot starting September 26

IndieGameStand is the permanent, quickfire extrapolation of the seasonal indie bundles, hosting a new indie game every four days for a nominal fee of "pay what you want," launching September 26. IndieGameStand will feature DRM-free games, many of which include Steam and Desura keys, and 10 percent...

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Pay what you want for a Monaco shirt

Get a jump on Monaco fandom by buying merch in advance of the game's release -- even in advance of any announcement of a release! Pocketwatch Games is taking orders on Monaco t-shirts, in order to help support the ongoing development of the heist game. It's a gesture of courtesy, considering the...

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New Humble Bundle features Frozenbyte games and prototype

Humble Bundle's third, pay-want-you-want indie games collection, "The Humble Frozenbyte Bundle," is now available from the official site for the next fifteen days. As the name implies, the new set features the works of Finnish developer Frozenbyte, including the platformer Trine and the top-down...

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Game + Music Bundle offers three 'pay what you want' indie deals for charity

'Tis the season, as they say, for paying whatever you want to both support charities and get some great indie downloads. You've probably already seen the Humble Indie Bundle 2, and now a group named YAWMA is offering a deal on both indie games and music with the Giving Game + Music Bundle. Paying...

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Today only: Pay what you want for And Yet It Moves

This year has seen the concept of "pay what you want" sales explode onto the indie scene, with the likes of the Humble Indie Bundle and, more recently, Tale of Tales' catalog briefly going PWYW (or "pwhu-yew"). Now today -- and only today -- Broken Rules is breaking the rules of traditional pricing...

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