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IndieGameStand, A Website For Indie Games

Posted on September 11, 2012 at 12:16 pm by Justin Cavender

IndieGameStand, a new website for Indie developers to showcase and sell their titles will launch September 26, 2012. The site will feature one game every four days giving each title a chance to find an audience. After four days, game details will remain on IndieGameStand, along with links to the developer’s website and other means of purchase.

With “pay what you want” pricing, consumers get to decide how much they are willing to pay for a game. IndieGameStand accepts PayPal, Google Checkout, and Amazon Payments, and 10% of each game’s sales will be donated to a charity of the developer’s choice.

Register now or within the next two weeks, and you will receive a free copy of Chester, a 2D platformer from Brilliant Blue-G.

I have become quite fond of Indie titles, and I’m looking forward to checking out IndieGameStand every four days. I’ve already taken the time to register and downloaded my free copy of Chester. I suggest you do the same.

More than fifty developers have already signed up to have their games showcased on the service, including Spiderweb Software, Cipher Prime, Digital Eel, Magical Time Bean, Headup Games, and Zachtronics Industries. More details about how IndieGameStand works, a list of frequently asked questions, and a sign-up form for developers are currently online at http://www.indiegamestand.com.

Founded in 2012, IndieGameStand.com is a new, low-barrier-of-entry way for indie developers to promote their games and be included in a dynamic indie gaming bundle. IndieGameStand hand-selects every game that is offered on our service. Each game gets four days to shine on our homepage in a “pay what you want” sale. Any games purchased from IndieGameStand will be yours to keep forever and stored in your game wallet on our site. Learn more at http://www.indiegamestand.com.

 

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