New digital indie store lets buyers pay what they want

Ben Parfitt
New digital indie store lets buyers pay what they want

Following the success of the Humble Indie Bundle initiative, a new digital indie retail offer has launched online.

IndieGameStand will offer a new game every four days, with the current title being SpaceChem. A portion of the proceeds will go to charity. All downloads are DRM free.

Buyers are free to pay what they like. $10 is the suggested amount, with a minimum of $1 required to get a Steam access code. If you pay over the average selling price (which currently stands at $1.86) you’ll also get the game’s bonus content.

For $10 you’ll also get previous release Escape Goat and the next “mystery” game too.

Total payments to date stand at $2,206.86.

The Humble Indie Bundle 6 recently closed its digital doors, raising $2,048,531.50 via a total of 316,272 sales. The bundle included Torchlight, SPAZ, Rochard, Shatter and Vessel with part of the proceeds going to charities EFF and Child’s Play.

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