The Humble Indie Bundle team today launched the pay-what-you-want Humble Indie Bundle 4 just in time for the holidays - the bundle included WIndows, OS X, and Linux versions of Jamestown, Bit.Trip Runner, Super Meat Boy, Shank, and NightSky HD, while people who contribute more than the average payment (currently sitting right above $5) also get Gratuitous Space Battles and Cave Story+. Buyers can split their payment as they wish between the game developers, the Humble team, and the American Red Cross and Child's Play charities. Since the first Humble Indie Bundle was posted last May, pay-what-you-want bundle of indie games have become exceedingly common - counting special bundles featuring specific games or developers, there have been seven Humble Bundles since the first one, and...
LIMBO, the haunting indie platformer that netted a slew of awards for its minimalist design, has sold over a million copies, announced the developer Playdead. The success has allowed...10 by Craig Getting on 11/11/2011
Pay-what-you-can indie game bundles are all the rage these days. By joining together, indie game developers can help to raise the profile of their titles and encourage customers to...3 by Craig Getting on 10/27/2011
Submissions are in for the 2012 Independent Games Festival, and one entry in particular already stands out: the 2012 IGF Pirate Kart. For the Pirate Kart, over 100 developers...1 by Craig Getting on 10/19/2011
The team from Alientrap, the independent game developer responsible for Capsized and Nexuiz, decided that indies needed a better way to sell their games. So they created Indievania, a...2 by Craig Getting on 9/30/2011
Dust off your old-school shooter skills: a demo for the indie cyberpunk FPS Hard Reset is now on Steam. Hard Reset comes from Flying Wild Hog, a Polish developer made...7 by Craig Getting on 9/9/2011
Top-down shooting, upgradeable fleets, a galaxy-wide zombie infestation: MinMax Games’ Space Pirates and Zombies (officially abbreviated S.P.A.Z.) has it all for just $15. Released yesterday on Steam, S.P.A.Z. is...0 by Craig Getting on 8/16/2011