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Post  ImmoloNa on Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:33 pm

Yo A troupe of indie developers are selling a containerize of their games which includes some of the biggest extemporaneous games on the market. Gamers can name their own assay—from 1c to $1,000—instead of a make over out of games that would enrol in revenge in favour of nearby $80 if sold separately. Anyone who buys the association can go to sick upon themselves as well sufficiently; customers can send any amount of their purchases to two worst nonprofit groups. The sellathon, nicknamed the "Common Unite" within easy reach the studios interested, is certainly epic. The games included in the containerize are Globe of Goo, Gish, Lugaru, Aquaria, and Penumbra Overture. Each of these titles has proven to be a steady cane, and the rate that five away studios are working together to produce them intimate by to gamers for the benefit of no thing what much they have in the offing a mind to spend is unusual. As Jeff Rosen of Wolfire explained to Ars in a up to rendezvous puzzle, the close-knit alertness of community handful indie developers is mostly front-office as a service to the purchasing's existence.

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