Mojang’s Humble Bundle Mojam, the 60-hour game jam going on at the moment, has already raised $241,107 for charity – as of press time. The game, Catacomb Snatch, which is being developed live on the Internet, has been described as an “Egyptian steampunk RTS racing game,” and those who wish to pre-purchase the game before it’s even finished, can choose how much money dropped goes to the devs, Humble Bundle administration costs, and how much is given to charity. Mojang has previously said the amount it receives will be donated back to the charity. Also, if $1 million is reached, Notch will supposedly shave his beard. Oxeye Game Studios and Wolfire Games are also in on the development mix, with the former creating a dungeon crawler brawler set during a “post-apocalyptic World War II”, and the later working with Mojang on its title. Oxeye’s effort will be included in the bundle. You can watch the development process live through here.
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The 60 hour game jam is over, but charitable donations are still piling up thanks to Mojang’s Humble Bundle game jam.
Humble Bundle has a rather nice pay what you want software bundle available, and it comes with ten offerings.
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Humble Bundle Mojam
The folks at Mojang are back in scramble mode right about now, as the devs are once again teaming up with some of their friends to build some games really quickly in the Mojam 2.