Charity bundle LittleBigBunch launches

Five games offered to support GamesAid, on sale until January 2

New charity bundle LittleBigBunch has launched, with five games, and aims to raise money for GamesAid.

"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 Eidos life president and GamesAid trustee Ian Livingstone.

"These are great games and I am sure LittleBigBunch will be well received by gamers everywhere."

PC games Frozen Synapse, Explodemon, Serious Sam Double D, Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee and New Star Soccer 5 are all included in the bundle, which is distributed by GetGames. Gamers can use sliders on the site to set the price, from £1.50 up, and to decide how much goes to the developers and how much to the charity.

"GamesAid is a uniquely democratic charity and this method of making these great games available follows those values," added Miles Jacobson, GamesAid co-founder and Sports Interactive head.

"Hats off to Get Games and the devs for making this happen."

The bundle will be on sale until January 2.

Latest comments (1)

Sergio Rosa "Somewhat-Creative Director", Domaginarium6 years ago
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About the subject. I like the idea of the bundles, but I fear too many bundles will make players not want to buy indie games at full price, waiting for the game they want to be included in a bundle instead. I wrote about that on my Gamasutra blog this week:
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