Indie developers launch fundraising game bundle

Indie developers launch fundraising game bundle
Will Freeman

By Will Freeman

December 15th 2011 at 2:13PM

Five leading independents to support GamesAid through 'pay what you want' Ian Livingstone-approved pack LittleBigBunch

Five independent developers have teamed together to release a special collection of games to make money for charity GamesAid.

The LittleBigBunch bundle includes titles by Mode 7 Games, Curve Studios,  Mommy’s Best Games, Just Add Water, and New Star Games, and is being released in conjunction with digital distribution specialist Get Games.

On sale until January 2nd 2012, LittleBigBunch allows potential customers to set their own pricing, meaning they can decide how much to pay, and how much goes to the charity and how much they would like to allocate to the developers themselves.

"This is a great initiative for GamesAid and I would like to say a massive thanks to the indie developers who have kindly put their games into LittleBigBunch," said GamesAid trustee and Eidos life president Ian Livingstone. "These are great games and I am sure littleBigBunch will be well received by gamers everywhere."

"GamesAid is a uniquely democratic charity and this method of making these great games available follows those values," added Miles Jacobson, GamesAid ambassador and co-founder. "Hats off to Get Games and the devs for making this happen."

The games included in the bundle, which is available now exclusively at Get Games, are Frozen Synapse, Explodemon, Serious Sam Double D, Munch’s Oddysee, and New Star Soccer 5.

The GamesAid charity supports children and young people from various backgrounds in numerous ways.