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Well on it's way to raising 5 million dollars, the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality over on itch.io has become a huge success and there's a lot that's been added to it.

Still keeping the minimum purchase at $5, it's absolutely the deal of the year and you're probably not likely to find another deal like it for a very long time. It's ridiculously good and for a honourable cause. There's now, at time of writing 1,509 items included which would usually cost over 8 thousand dollars individually.

Plenty of what's included is available for Linux too, it's incredible. Here's just a few of the latest interesting additions included after it began (some we mentioned elsewhere):

That's only a small slice of what's been newly included too, a few that jumped out at me. All newly included titles now and in future are automatically added to previous purchases. It's a lot to get through and thankfully they have now added a search bar to the redeem page so you can easily pick out what you want after you grab it.

Each game needs to be added individually from your bundle purchase, so it doesn't overwhelm your library. To help with that, itch do have an open source client. I regularly use it, handy for managing itch games and keeping them nicely up to date.

Be sure to share your personal highlights in the comments and the creators would all probably appreciate a review somewhere if you enjoyed their game. It's crazy to try and go over it all.

See the full bundle here.

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nullzero 11 Jun
Wow... suddently I have more wishlisted games on itch from a single bundle, then months of random (though some AAA) Epic freebies

As for finding out the last added, someone compiled a Google Spreadsheet (current reddit thread here and original now buried comment here.

Tips:
  • You can sort by type: physical game (tabletop), soundtrack, asset. No category means a digital game...

  • To check last added sort / filter by batch. Current one is 4 (Celeste, etc.)

  • To find the good stuff it might also help to sort by both rating (5 is good) and ratings count (more is popular). Overly bundled stuff might have a low count as people have it on other platforms.

TimeFreeze 11 Jun
And they broke the 5 Million mark as well. Lets go for 10 Million
emphy 12 Jun
Quite a few bundle-sellers in there.

Personal highlight for me would be the Dragonruby game tool kit. ($50, though the devs have also been generous with providing free copies)
Janne 12 Jun
Crashed Lander was a positive surprise. Neat little game along the lines of "What if you made the 40+ year old Moonlander game today?".
Gooda 12 Jun
I just saw they added Supergiant's Pyre to the bundle!

Just when I thought this bundle couldn't get any better!


Last edited by Gooda on 12 June 2020 at 5:27 pm UTC
nullzero 12 Jun
Gangbeats was just published in Itch.io probably just to be included on the bundle too which they tried 4h ago, but it seems they are not accepting new entries to the paid bundle...

What was interesting is that they wrote on their new page:

QuoteDISCLAMER
The DRM-free version of Gang Beasts DOES NOT SUPPORT ONLINE GAMEPLAY, online game modes for Windows, macOS, and Linux are only supported in the Steam, Oculus Rift, and Oculus Rift S versions of the game as the online servers for Gang Beasts use Steam and Oculus APIs for authentication.

But I don't see such a disclaimer on the Humble Bundle store where they're also listed as DRM free...
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