The folks at Humble Bundle have teamed up with a bunch of indie partners to put together a rather special charity Humble Bundle package in support of Independent Games Festival chairman Brandon Boyer, who was diagnosed with cancer last year.
A Bundle of Love for Brandon costs $25 and includes a vast array of cracking indie titles (you can see the full list after the jump), with all of the proceeds going towards the Brandon Boyer Cancer Treatment Relief fund. The money raised from the Bundle will be put towards Boyer’s medical bills, with excess funds all being given to cancer research.
Games and soundtracks included in the Humble Bundle of Love for Brandon:
- Actual Sunlight
- Bagfull of Wrong
- BitTrip Beat Soundtrack
- BitTrip Fate Soundtrack
- BitTrip Runner Soundtrack
- Blocks That Matter + Soundtrack
- Castles in the Sky + Soundtrack
- Dynamite Jack
- Ensnare Soundtrack
- Ethan: Meteor Hunter
- Fancy Skulls
- God of Blades + Soundtrack
- Goscurry + Soundtrack
- McPixel + Soundtrack
- POP: Methodology Experiment One + Soundtrack
- Quixotica Soundtrack
- Sepulchre Special Edition with eBook + Soundtrack
- Stacking + Soundtrack
- Thomas Was Alone + Soundtrack
- VVVVVV + Soundtrack
- Waking Mars + Soundtrack
- Warp Juggler
- Wizorb + Soundtrack
- World of Goo + Soundtrack
Here's the blurb from the Humble Mumble (the wonderfully titled company blog):
Introducing a bundle of love for Brandon Boyer, with more than 30 indie games (and counting) just for you!
Humble Bundle has teamed with independent developers to put together a bundle like no other. To help support this cause, pay at least $25 to receive a ton of games and all proceeds will go directly to the Brandon Boyer Cancer Treatment Relief fund. In addition to Brandon’s medical bills for cancer treatment, the excess funds from this promotion will be donated to a select cancer research organization.
The Bundle promotion will end at 23:59 Pacific Time on Friday 21st March, so you've got a good week to buy some awesome indie games, support an industry legend, and give cancer the middle digit.