IndieGameStand Opens Up Shop Tomorrow

IndieGameStand

Fleshing out the concept of the Humble Indie Bundle into a regular service, IndieGameStand is a new “pay what you want” digital download portal launching tomorrow, Wednesday, September 26. Your wallet’s really going to feel the pain…unless you’re a total cheapskate.

Every 96 hours (that’s four days), a new indie game will be featured. For each period of four days, until the next game drops, you’ll be able to buy the current indie spotlight for the price of your choosing. Featured games will only be available for 96 hours, so if you don’t buy within that period you’ll either have to wait for a possible re-release, buy directly from the developer at a set price, or create a bundle consisting of the currently featured game, the previous game, and the next upcoming game.

All games purchased from IndieGameStand will be DRM-free. If you pay more than $1, many supported titles will also come with bonus keys for Steam and Desura. 10% of your payment will be donated to a charity of the developer’s choice, while the remaining proceeds will go directly to the developer.

As part of a pre-launch promotion, you can get a free copy of Brilliant Blue-G’s 2D platformer, Chester, which also just so happens to be awaiting approval on Steam Greenlight. This promotion only lasts until IndieGameStand opens tomorrow, so at the time of this posting there’s only around 10 hours left to register an account early and take advantage of the free game download.

Hurry, go sign up. Now!

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Matt Litten is a 28 year old from-the-womb gamer turned video game reviewer/blogger and current editor/owner/operator of VGBlogger.com. Matt got his first taste of gaming as a youngster on the NES and Atari, and the rest is history from there. In 2004, three years removed from high school and still looking for a career direction in life, Matt landed his first gig in the video game review business writing for the now-defunct website BonusStage.com. After the sad and untimely close of BonusStage, the former staff went on to found VGBlogger.com, and after a short stint as US Site Manager for AceGamez Matt turned his attention to VGBlogger, and to this day is dedicated to making it one of the top video game blogs in all the blogosphere. Matt is a fair-minded reviewer and lover of games of all platforms and types, big or small, hyped or niche, big-budget or indie. But that doesn't mean he will let poor games slide without a good thrashing when necessary.