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Indie Game Stand

A new indie PayWhatYouWant platform

I just found out about Indie Game Stand, it launched the 26th September. Basically, every 4 days you can pick a DRM-free indie game for $0.25 (minimum fee) or more.

Beating the average gives you bonus content/games, while paying a set price (like $10) will turn your purchase into a bundle of the currently sold game + the 1/2/3 previous games.

Probably no point in trying to keep updating its currently active offer (4 days being too short, unless the wiki recruits more editors), but I think that adding it in the list of other platforms would be okay, so people can find out about it :)

CheerfulElephant (talk) 02:45, October 12, 2012 (UTC)

since this is only one game at a time (as far as i can tell), it doesn't qualify as a bundle, but it might be worthwhile to link to it from the bottom of the front page or something.
misterhaan (talk) 17:58, October 26, 2012 (UTC)


The fall and humble ebook bundle are now down. It's a bit late, but the greenlight bundle is on for a few more days. Also could the greenlight bundle get added to the list of bundles -> non-steam bundles dropdown menu at the top?

Csdx (talk) 20:49, October 24, 2012 (UTC)

we're all up-to-date again now, though the 2nd greenlight bundle is going to end soon and change that. sorry about the delay, guess all the admins were busy at the same time or my new helper template is too complicated ;)
misterhaan (talk) 17:58, October 26, 2012 (UTC)

Currently too Steam-centric

The separating of bundles into "Steam Focused" and "Non-Steam" is not only strange, but inaccurate. You have the $5 for 5 Bundle in the Steam focused list. Seriously? Delve Deeper was the only game you could redeem on Steam. You could redeem all of the games on Desura and download all of them DRM-free. Surely that makes it DRM-free (or Desura) focused?

I also find the definition of the Humble Bundles as Steam focused questionable. If anything they are (or were until recently, thanks THQ) DRM-free focused. Yes, they included Steam keys (from the second bundle onwards), but not all of the games are always on Steam and it's certainly not the focus of the bundle.

IndieGala = Steam focused

Humble Indie Bundle = DRM-free focused

IndieRoyale = Desura focused 06:27, December 9, 2012 (UTC)