Name your own price indie games bundle

If it feels like there's a new Humble _______ Bundle every week, that's because, well, there sort of is. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't get excited at the ability to get a bunch of indie games on the cheap! Or, in this case, on the super cheap.

GamesRadar is helping to promote StackSocial's first charity-driven "Name Your Own Price Indie Gamer Bundle." What's inside the box? Aztaka, The Journey Down: Chapter 1, and iBomber Defense, all for as little--or as much--cash as you want. There's a few more games, such as Blades of Time, Cubemen, and SpaceChem if you shell out more than the average.

The overall value, if you were to buy all of these PC/Mac games, would be over $60, so you're making a killing no matter how much you spend. Well, unless you spend like $80, but that's sort of on you. 10% of the money spent goes to a charity of your choice, though, so you can feel good about yourself as you play games you spent a few bucks on--it's win-win.




  • communinja - March 20, 2013 12:27 p.m.

    Humble Bundle allows you to set the percentage yourself. You can give 100% of the money to charity. No thanks, StackSocial will not be profiting from me and calling it charity.
  • Rivenscry - March 20, 2013 11:18 a.m.

    Only 10% of the donated money to charity? That's a bit low isn't it?
  • NullG7 - March 20, 2013 11:21 a.m.

    If you look at a lot of charities its actually considered high. Intelligent philanthropy is a lost art.
  • jnpayne - March 19, 2013 12:38 p.m.

    Great bundle for less than $4. Blades of Time and Spacechem are worth it alone...
  • Killshot - March 19, 2013 12:16 p.m.

    You forgot to mention blades of time, cubemen and space chem if you beat the average.

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