Indie Gala 11 Is Off to a Good Start

on November 29, 2012 10:49 AM

Do you like video games and like helping people? Then Indie Gala 11 might be just the ticket. You’ve probably heard of these before, where developers allow their games to be sold as part of a bundle, while a portion of the proceeds go to charities, often ones that are somehow related to gaming. The bundle actually allows you to determine who gets what amount of your donation, and in addition to a good feeling, there’s some great deals to go along with it.

Listed below are the several games and charities involved, and there’s a surprise addition to be added next week as well. Everyone who pays more than the average, currently $4.88, will get three to be announced games included as well. Most prominent on the list is RTS underdog Men of War and it’s expansion which offer a more realistic and micro-managerial themed Company of Heroes World War II experience. I can’t comment on the others from experience but a few dollars  for Men of War alone would be an excellent bargain. Do some good and pledge today!

Able Gamers is a charity that helps children and veterans with disabilities get into video games, and the other while not gaming related, is still a good cause. The Red Cross is seeking donations for victims of the recent Emilia earthquake in Italy. Both organizations can use the help, and will benefit directly from your contribution. Most of the games come via Steam while others are separate but DRM free.

  • Men Of War
  • Men Of War: Red Tide
  • Cryostasis
  • Space Wolves 3
  • XIII Century
  • Imperial Glory
  • Necrovision: Lost Company

 

 /  Staff Writer (Weekends)
Star Wars fangirl and general geekette with a passion for roleplaying and strategy games, space and all things Sci-Fi.