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As the indie game space has grown, one of the huge benefits gamers have gotten out of it are the bundles.

We have choices of thematically designed bundles via Steam, “beat-the minim suggested price” bundles like Indie Royale and “pay what you want” bundles.

My favorite bundles are the ones where a portion of the proceeds go to charity.  The Humble Bundle was the first to start that by allowing purchasers to designate how they wanted the money divided.  Their last event gave money to CharityWater.

In February, Groupees — a site dedicated to teaming up with content creators and charities released the Be Mine Bundle.  The bundle uses a tiered format of purchasing.  Buyers who give the minimum amount will receive the base set of games.

Groupees also set goals that allows buyers to receive more content including independent music, films and comic books.

Be Mine 2 is now underway and features five games.

Proceeds from this bundle go to Feed Them With Music, which uses the sales of music to purchase food for the hungry.  For every $2 people put in, the Be Mine 2 bundle and FTWM will be able to buy a meal for someone who needs it.

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  • Revanhavoc

    Doing battle with suicidal ninja robots…Sounds like my Friday night.

    • QuintLyn Bowers

       I’m not sure I want to ask… But part of me is morbidly curious.

      • Robert Miller

        It’s a great game, actually.  But purely multiplayer.  Should also note that one of the rewards for paying $10 is Killing Floor in addition to the other 5 games.