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Green Man Gaming Indie Love promotion lets you pick your price

Thursday, 14th November 2013 00:03 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Digital distributor Green Man Gaming is throwing a very special promotion celebrating all things independent. Check out the Indie Love sale page to score big discounts on a wide variety of games – you can pick from one of three price points, depending on how much love you want to give the developers. And also money, obviously. Titles on offer include Psychonauts, Stacking, The Binding of Isaac, To The Moon, Anodyne and Rook’s Keep.

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  1. Panthro

    A lot of good discounts but also a lot of games which don’t have the three price points.

    QUBE for example is pretty much the only game I don’t have and want from the sale but the three price points are not an option for that, I don’t really need it so I would rather wait for it to drop a little further in price.

    #1 9 months ago
  2. TheWulf

    I have to throw in a recommendation for To the Moon whenever I can.

    In a sea of violent video games, it’s rare to find something poignantly genuine which embraces that which is better about us. It’s a Disney story to a degree, and I’m a sucker for those. It’s about fears, love, life, and good humour. And at the end of the day, when all is said and done, it’s a very personal story. It’s a privilege to play.

    It’s about the experience, it’s about what you can do with an interactive experience that isn’t just a game. And if interactive experiences turn you off, don’t bother, there’s nothing for you here. If you liked the recent Gone Home, though, you’ll absolutely love it.

    I find games like To the Moon really pleasant, they’re a reminder that not everyone in this little whatever-it-is of ours wants to fashion the most gruesomely-minded manipulators on killing sprees.

    As a slight aside, a character introduced by a mod to a game I’m playing recently said ‘ugliness is only a state of mind, and there are those who choose to be ugly.‘ I’m paraphrasing, but ultimately the idea was that by being overly aggressive, violent, and hateful, it carries with it an aura of putridness that is the one, true form of ugliness.

    There is no other true form of ugliness other than that.

    There are a lot of ugly games out there. To the Moon isn’t one of them.

    #2 9 months ago

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