Independent game publisher Curve Digital has revealed its new game bundling service: The Indie Mixtape.
The scheme is specifically for up-and-coming indie developers, instead of more established names.
Curve aims to have the first collection out in early April. It will be priced at 6.99 and sold globally over Steam.
The publisher also says it will be giving a generous revenue share” to the developers involved.
The first bundle collects Lava Knitez!! by Glitchnap, Hets by Ditto, Roguelight by Daniel Linssen, Test Chamber by Shark Jump and Detective Chirpums: Private Investigator, by the aptly named Detective.
"Here at Curve, we generally work with indie developers whose breadth and quality of work is already well known. However, we also want to be responsible for nurturing and encouraging young and up-and-coming developers, which is where The Indie Mixtape comes in," Curve's commercial marketing executive Paul Watson said."
"By providing devs with a spotlight and a revenue stream, we hope to encourage as many talented creators as possible to continue making exciting and original games, without being discouraged by the difficulties of getting their work onto larger high-profile digital distributors."