INDIEGALA launches its pay-what-you-want game bundle N. 8 with support to charities.

Rome, 29 Aug 2012

Aug  29, 2012, Rome, Italy.

INDIEGALA is proud to announce the launch of its bundle n.8. As usual Buyers can “Pay What you want” starting from a minimum of $1  and choose, if they want, to support charities and good causes with part of their proceeds. 9 games are offered. 5 of them in form of Steam redeemable code. The rest in form of DRM free standalone installer.

Also this time INDIEGALA has decided to support victims of the earthquake which damaged Emilia Romagna region of Italy. For this reason part of charity share can be donated to sustain Croce Rossa Italiana (CRI) in its fundraising for  Emilia Romagna.

The other part as usual will be given away for another important mission: supporting AbleGamers a foundation dedicated to bring greater accessibility in the digital entertainment space so that people with disabilities can gain a greater quality of life, and develop a rich social life that gaming can bring.

The bundle will last 15 days. In the style of INDIEGALA, new secret bonuses will unlock in the second week of the sale for everyone who pays more than the average.

Here are the games included:

Paying a minimum of $ 1,00 you can get 4 games:

1) Dangerous Waters

2) Battle Mages: Sign of Darkness

3) Sentinel 3 : Homeworld

4) Superstars V8 Racing

Paying more than the average purchase you can also have :

5) Ghost Master

6) Dark Fall: Lost souls

7) Achtung Panzer: Operation Star

8) Space Empires V

9) Sacred Gold

( includes Sacred, Sacred PLUS & Sacred Underworld )

plus three secret bonuses that will unlock in the second week.


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