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The charity bundle hits over $6 million and ends soon

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The incredible Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality has just continued growing but it will all be ending soon.

When mentioning it a few days ago, it had only recently broke four million dollars for charity. Now? It's hitting closer to seven million dollars. That's incredible and itch have done a great job at bringing creators together to enable it to happen. For a $5 minimum purchase to support the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and Community Bail Fund there's around 1,659 items included from games to art assets and all sorts of stuff in between.

Lots of new additions were added over the last few days too, even after we last covered it. As it's such a huge amount of games, it's gained a handy dedicated website too with all sorts of filtering options that can help you pick things out.

Some of what's newer for Linux that might be worth looking at includes:

There's little over a day left on it and so this will be your last reminder from us on it before we take a look through ourselves. You might see some interesting things we liked appear in future articles.

See the full bundle here.

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daishord 15 Jun, 2020
Except that my ship has a broken bell and/or someone steals my loot.

[if you put it that way there is not much to see. but I like the idea. drop you gamer glasses and look at it as a work of art. 'dammit : P]
Nezchan 15 Jun, 2020
Just want to say I like Trawl. The typewriter mechanic brings out the poetic muse in me, in much the same way The Things We Lost In the Flood does.

Also I found three items before my radio inexplicably exploded.
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