Finally, a Bundle for Casual Gamers

San Francisco, CA - May 8, 2013 - In partnership with StackSocial, an e-commerce platform that caters to technology and software enthusiasts, leading casual video game editorial site Gamezebo.com has launched the casual-centric Name Your Own Price bundle today at http://deals.gamezebo.com.

“Game bundles offer a terrific opportunity for developers to reach consumers and for gamers to get great deals, but until now those deals have focused almost entirely on indie game makers,” said Joel Brodie, CEO and founder of Gamezebo. “With the debut of the Name Your Own Price bundle on Gamezebo, we’re bringing that same value to casual gamers and gamemakers alike.”

The first bundle to debut on Gamezebo, available now, includes six games that vary in genre and appeal; The Tiny Bang Story, Gardenscapes, Storm in a Teacup, 4 Elements, Pudding Panic, and Royal Envoy.

“By including a healthy mix of casual gaming’s staple genres - hidden object, time management, match-3, and point-and-click adventure - and mixing those with a dash of accessible arcade style fun, we believe that the Name Your Own Price Bundle has something for everybody,” said Brodie.

In addition to getting great games, purchasers will get to do some good in the world, as 10% of their purchase price will go to charity. Gamers can choose to donate their 10% to Child’s Play, World Wildlife Fund, or Creative Commons.

Every game will be available as a DRM-free download for PC and Mac, and whenever possible, a Linux version will also be included in the bundle.  Likewise, Steam codes will be included if applicable.

The first Name Your Own Price bundle to run through Gamezebo launches today, and will run until 11:59 PM Pacific on May 26th.  Future bundles are already in the works, and include an all-star lineup of casual and indie game developers.  

The Name Your Own Price bundles is live now at http://deals.gamezebo.com.

For more information, contact Gamezebo CEO Joel Brodie at joel@gamezebo.com  


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