Itch’s Bundle for Ukraine is now available, featuring 991 games for just a $10 donation.
The bundle launched earlier today on March 8th, and you can watch it at Itch Interface shop. The minimum donation amount required for the package is $10, and less than 24 hours after its launch, the Ukraine package has raised more than $480,000 from its massive $1 million goal.
https://t.co/vTbmDLvWUP package for live Ukraine!! ~1,000 toys over $6,500, minimum donation of $10, all proceeds donated to charity. Let’s do what we can! https://t.co/oSgXio6UkJ pic.twitter.com/6oTPoo2g57March 8, 2022
There are some absolutes in the Bundle for Ukraine collection. You can buy the likes of CrossCode, Wandersong, Celeste, Superhot, Baba Is You, A Short Hike, Minit (and Minit Fun Racer), Towerfall, and many more cool independent treasures.
Over 700 creators have joined together to send their games to Bundle for Ukraine. All proceeds collected through the package will go towards International Medical Corpsproviding assistance throughout Ukraine, and children’s voices The Charity, a Ukrainian organization that helps children deal with post-traumatic stress disorder and the horrors of war, with the goal of returning them to childhood.
Of the approximately 991 games in the bundle, more than 600 games in a bundle have never been shown before. Additionally, Itch claims that several prominent developers and publishers signed up for the online storefront for the first time, just so they could submit their games to Bundle for Ukraine. It’s not just games in the package, because you’ll also find asset packs, comics, soundtracks, soundtracks, and even entire books.
If you want to help the people of Ukraine, consider donating to Ukrainian Red Crosswhich provides vital aid on Earth; Doctors without borders, which works with local volunteers and healthcare professionals; And the Kyiv Independentan English-language newspaper based in Ukraine that informs the world of what is happening on the ground.
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