Almost 1000 Things In The itch.io Bundle For Ukraine
Books And Comics And Games And More
If you are also into hoarding huge collections of games which you will one day get to then you might already have an itch.io bundle or three. Why not add to that treasure trove and do a little good at the same time with the Bundle for Ukraine?. For a minimum donation of $10 US, you can get a huge bundle of assets including computer games, physical games, software tools and even books. All of the money collected, of which they are just short of $3 million raised, will go to the International Medical Corps and Voices of Children operations in Ukraine, who could really use the support right now.
There are a few better known titles such as Superhot and Jotun hidden in amongst the independent games, and who knows, maybe you will really enjoy Ripped Pants at Work or Batbarian: Testament of the Primordials? Pop on by and take a look.
This cause has resonated with creators around the globe, to the extent that our bundle contains almost 1,000 games, tabletop RPGs, books, etc.
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