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New indie game site lets you pay what you want

New indie game site IndieGameStand has launched, and similar to the Humble Bundle, it will allow customers to pay what they like for new games.

Eurogamer reports that IndieGameStand will offer a new game every four days, and within a certain time, you will be able to pay whatever you think is fair.

Games are also free of DRM and a fraction of proceeds will go to a charity of the developer's choosing. The site's first game is the critically-acclaimed SpaceChem at a suggested price of $10.

What do you make of this? Is it a nice idea, or can you see everyone just paying $1 then buggering off? Let us know below.

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