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IndieGameStand is a different kind of indie gaming bundle and promotional website. Our site is about featuring and promoting a new independent game every 96 hours (4 days) for gamers to purchase at a discounted price. Thats a new Pay-What-You-Want game sale every few days. The best part is that any game you purchase will be yours to keep forever and stored in your game wallet on our site.The point of the Indie Game Stand is to put a spotlight on those indie titles which provide fantastic experiences, but may have been passed over by the mainstream gaming public, portals, websites, or whatever. This site is about supporting all of the fantastic and worthwhile indie developers out there. Every developer out there deserves a moment to shine.

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Philly game devs take over, for a cause

Jul 10, 2014

A screenshot from Monsters! by QuadraTron. (Photo via QuadraTron) Philly’s indie game developers are taking over game retailer IndieGameStand for the month of July. All month long, gamers can pay what they want for featured local releases. Ten percent of the proceeds will go to anti-hunger nonprofit Philabundance. The first game is Cipher Prime ‘s Auditorium. It’s part of IndieGameStand’s first themed string of deals, said Wilmington, Del.-based founder Mike Gnade. Gnade used his personal connections to find developers to feature and it grew from there, he said. Here’s the rest of the schedule: July 14-17: PHL Collective ‘s ClusterPuck with Noodle Arm Royale bonus July 18-21: Greg Lobanov ‘s Perfection with bonus games July 22-25: Ghost Crab Games ‘ Drive to Hell July 26-29: QuadraTron ‘s Monsters! Why feature Philly devs? Because, in Philly, “we’ve just sort of created our own indie scene out of nothing,” Gnade wrote in an email: What’s really impressive about the Philly indie scene is that it exists when there are ZERO big game industry companies here. If you look at where the indie scenes that are really big are (Boston, Vancouver, Montreal) all of those cities have big AAA game studios and industry jobs there. [...] That’s always something that’s struck me about the Philly scene – our indie scene isn’t growing from a bunch of AAA game developers leaving their parent company – but is more organic thanks to the nearby universities, the leadership of indies like Cipher Prime and the attitude of the people who have lived and grown up here. Related -30- Juliana Reyes began as lead reporter at Technically Philly in July 2012. Previously, she was a city services beat reporter for the Philadelphia Daily News, as part of a project called “It’s Our Money.” She is learning to drive, learning to bike (in the city) but is an expert at taking SEPTA. She grew up in North Jersey and Manila, Philippines but she left the tropics for Bryn Mawr College, where she majored in linguistics. She now lives in West Philly.

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