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Grab our ‘Best Indie Game’ of 2018 (and over 1,000 others) in the “Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality”

Tuesday, June 9, 2020 | Games

By EVAN MILLAR

Initially starting as a hefty collection of 742 indie titles, indie game storefront and community website itch.io has nearly doubled that number with their recently launched pay-what-you-can Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality.

Featuring works from over 1,000 creators, the collection has already raised over $3 million, evenly split between NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and Community Bail Fund.

Available for as little as $5 and supporting such an important cause, it’s an offer that no horror gamer can afford to pass up.

Among the games offered is our ‘Best Indie Game’ of 2018 SPEED DATING FOR GHOSTS, as well as other reviewed horror titles such as PARANOIHELL, TAMASHII, and a lot more spooky goodness!

The bundle is available until Monday, June 15.

Evan Millar
Evan Millar is a freelance journalist based out of Toronto, Canada. A graduate of Humber's journalism program, Evan joined Rue Morgue as an intern in 2015 and became a frequent contributor of game, film and event reviews. He took over as games editor in early 2018 and has had a passion for video games since booting up the shareware version of DOOM on a dusty MS-DOS computer. You can follow him on Twitter (@evanjmillar) and Instagram (@evvn). He also streams most Mondays on Twitch (omidinon).