Palestinian Aid Games Bundle Raises $500,000

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The Indie bundle for Palestinian Aid, a group of video games, instruments and different software program put collectively to lift cash for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (who are doing essential emergency work for the Palestinian people), opened up final week with a purpose of gathering $500,000. It’s already handed that determine, and is now heading in the direction of $1,000,000.

While there are a number of amazing games included in the bundlecontaining 1019 objects in whole, which you will get for simply $5—like Bleed 2, A Mortician’s Tale and GNOG, there’s additionally the award-winning Liyla and the Shadows of War, which is about a younger woman residing in Gaza experiencing first-hand Israel’s brutal marketing campaign towards her folks.

Other nice video games you’ll get by selecting up the bundle embody the dreamy Lieve Oma, Pikiniku and Vlambeer’s basic Nuclear Throne.

With the bundle’s unique goal of $500,000 having already been handed at time of posting, its goal has now been shifted in the direction of $1,000,000. Having solely opened late final week, and with the remainder of this week to go, there’s an excellent probability that even when it doesn’t get there, it’ll get shut.

The bundle will stay on sale till Friday, June 11, so in case you’re fascinated by any of the video games and in serving to out a very worthy trigger, you can donate here.


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