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GDC Relief Bundle - Pay What You Want for 167 itch.io games/assets (inc. Nuclear Throne) [Pay $10 or more for 11 games as Steam Keys]
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GDC Relief Bundle - Pay What You Want for 167 itch.io games/assets (inc. Nuclear Throne) [Pay $10 or more for 11 games as Steam Keys]

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Posted 30th MarEdited by:"Bazallworks"

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Truth be told, I've literally only heard of one of these game before today and some of these games were free or PWYW before this - but for PWYW for this whole bundle this might be worth a punt for some of you, especially if you feel like the cause is good!

Steam Keys given for:

Airheart
Stellar Commanders
Long Gone Days
Catlateral Damage
A Nightmare's Trip
Gunmetal Arcadia Zero
The Story Goes On
Fugue
LOVE
Respawn Man
Cleansuit

Dear friend, developer, or supporter,

Over the past month and a half, developers around the world have been unexpectedly and severely affected by the cancellation of GDC and other effects of the ongoing global crisis. Some of these developers have been left stranded abroad in expensive circumstances, in thousands of dollars in debt from non-refundable fees, or without any options to continue pursuing their passion in game development due to lost business opportunities.

The gamedev.world team has worked these past few weeks to help developers return home, negotiate refunds, and figure out temporary lodging, but right now financial support is one of those urgent needs faced by developers around the world that we cannot help alleviate without your support.

To that end, we’re launching not one, but multiple community-gathering initiatives to benefit the The GDC Relief Fund spearheaded by WINGS Interactive, which provides financial aid to developers impacted in loss of funds and business opportunity by the cancellation of the Game Developers Conference.

This GDC Relief bundle will be available from Monday the 30th of March, to the 3rd of April. Generous game developers have donated their games, both commercial and experimental, paid and non-commercial, but also assets, art, music, code, and prototypes to this fund-raiser bundle, powered by itch.io. Also included are a number of games created during the course of our recent #reliefjam! Pay what you like, get some lovely games or tools to make games of your own, and benefit developers in need.

The live-fundraiser takes place on Twitch from March 30th to April 1st. As we felt a full lineup of formal talks (as you might expect from us) would not add much in these confusing times, so instead we’re offering a collection of cozy, intimate chats, presentations, performances, and game streams. There will be more casual audience interaction than before - just like joining talented developer friends of gamedev.world in their living room. Think games conference meets chill livestream. You can click here to see the full schedule for the event.

We hope you’ll join us! But whether you’re able to participate in any of the above, help spread the word by retweeting @gamedevworld, donate directly to the fund at gamedev.world/donate, or reach out and support developers and each other however you might, we thank you. And thank you for your interest in and support of gamedev.world.

Sincerely,
The gamedev.world team
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Well educated people in a home with computer gear are "suffering" sheeessh if only they'd visit this planet.

COLD
RoosterNo131/03/2020 03:37

Well educated people in a home with computer gear are "suffering" …Well educated people in a home with computer gear are "suffering" sheeessh if only they'd visit this planet.COLD


Did you miss the part where people are stranded abroad during a worldwide situation?
Bazallworks31/03/2020 06:34

Did you miss the part where people are stranded abroad during a worldwide …Did you miss the part where people are stranded abroad during a worldwide situation?



Or even the fact that it's PWYW. Not suffering from a surplus of compassion..
copperspock31/03/2020 07:11

Or even the fact that it's PWYW. Not suffering from a surplus of …Or even the fact that it's PWYW. Not suffering from a surplus of compassion..


Some people just can't think beyond themselves . I wasn't aware being educated and having a big computer automatically wiped out massive debt.
Bazallworks31/03/2020 07:13

Some people just can't think beyond themselves . I wasn't aware …Some people just can't think beyond themselves . I wasn't aware being educated and having a big computer automatically wiped out massive debt.


yes like e.g. game developers can only think of other 'suffering' game developers. games sales and usage are up year on year and especially now with covid. 'surely' they need relief of the fact that they cannot meet in person anymore. facepalm
silverdawn31/03/2020 09:36

yes like e.g. game developers can only think of other 'suffering' game …yes like e.g. game developers can only think of other 'suffering' game developers. games sales and usage are up year on year and especially now with covid. 'surely' they need relief of the fact that they cannot meet in person anymore. facepalm


These are mostly indie devs who don't have the financial safety net of working with AAA publishers and have become massively in debt and some stranded abroad during a global pandemic. If you don't beleive in the cause don't buy and keep it to yourself.
@Bazallworks ignore the trolls. Good deal, and for a good cause. Heat.
jacksterJDM31/03/2020 11:42

@Bazallworks ignore the trolls. Good deal, and for a good cause. Heat.


Lol, I welcome it! Thanks!
silverdawn31/03/2020 09:36

yes like e.g. game developers can only think of other 'suffering' game …yes like e.g. game developers can only think of other 'suffering' game developers.


'Only'? It isn't either/or.

silverdawn31/03/2020 09:36

games sales and usage are up year on year and especially now with covid. …games sales and usage are up year on year and especially now with covid. 'surely' they need relief of the fact that they cannot meet in person anymore. facepalm


Apparently you think that all game devs get a share of a magical game sales pot or something. Facepalm indeed.
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