Indie-focused service has selected the best free downloadable indie games to
raise money for Child’s Play Charity
PHILADELPHIA, PA – December 17, 2013 –IndieGameStand is taking a break from its “pay what you want” deals this holiday season with a 12 day charity drive. Starting tomorrow, IndieGameStand will be spotlighting notable free downloadable indie games every 24 hours for 12 consecutive days in the hopes of raising money for Child’s Play. These games were all hand-selected by IndieGameStand to spread awareness about these amazing game developers and some of our favorite free indie games.
IndieGameStand’s 12 Days of Christmas Charity event will run from December 18th to December 29th. Each day will reveal and spotlight a new indie game that is freely available on the internet. Think of it as a sort of indie game advent calendar. By donating, customers will unlock these great games in their IndieGameStand account and all proceeds will be donated to Child's Play.
“Our goal at IndieGameStand is to serve the gaming community and spread awareness about indie games and indie development,” says Mike Gnade, co-founder of IndieGameStand. “People have been asking us about free indie games since the launch of our site, so we came up with this idea to raise money for charity. We hope that this event is successful and embraced by the gaming community so that we can continue it for many holiday seasons to come.”
IndieGameStand is committed to serving the indie gaming community exclusively, a focus that stems from the company’s love and admiration for indie game developers’ dedication and creative passion.
For more information about this event, please visit http://indiegamestand.com/
Founded in 2012, IndieGameStand.com provides convenient ways for indie developers to sell and promote their games. In their first year of operation, their 96-hour “pay what you want” deals have earned more than $25k for more than 30 different charities. IndieGameStand’s recent site expansion offers developers and gamers a dedicated storefront for unique indie games. Learn more at http://www.indiegamestand.com.
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