Posts Tagged ‘pay what you want’

Pay What You Want For Fotonica Download

By John Walker on July 18th, 2011.

And no guns!

In January this year (yes, I actually checked before posting about something) Alec brought us news of Fotonica – a first-person free running game that was played via Unity in a browser. Some things have changed since then, and the game is now downloadable for Mac or Windows, playable in full screen, along with a ‘pay what you want’ offer if you’d like to give the developers, Santa Ragione, some actual real money.

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Ballsy: Proun Will Be Pay What You Want

By John Walker on June 15th, 2011.

I might not be able to play for just staring at it.

You may remember Proun, the puzzle racing game we first mentioned in 2009. The one with that blisteringly pretty trailer. The good news is, it’s out later this month, on the 24th. The better news is, it’s pay what you want. There’s an exclusive look at the new trailer below.

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Humble Frozenbyte Bundle Appears Today

By John Walker on April 12th, 2011.

Fumble

Humble Indie Bundle The Third is due out today. It’s a bit of a different one this time around – after the first and second – only one developer is in the deal: Frozenbyte. It’s a top collection of their games – Trine, Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds Survivor, Jack Claw, and Splot – and once again its intended to see money reach charities. What, wait were those last two?

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Pay What You Want For Tale Of Tales Bundle

By John Walker on October 29th, 2010.

Seeya gran.

In one of the more strange press releases I’ve seen, Tale Of Tales have announced that the Day Of The Dead bundle of their gamesThe Graveyard, The Path, and Fatale – is to be “pay what you want” for the next five days. Because, um, they want us to think about death. Which is cheery! It’s all in aid of funding their next project, codenamed The Book Of 8.

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