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itch.io is hosting a huge Indie bundle for Palestinian Aid

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The new charity bundle on indie store itch.io is up for the Indie bundle for Palestinian Aid. It's absolutely massive and there's some great stuff included. Working towards a $500,000 goal, it's been up less than a day and already managed to reach well over $142,000.

This is a grassroots bundle by indie devs who want to help Palestinians.

All profit from this bundle will be donated to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency. The UNRWA has provided food assistance for over one million Palestinians, and continues to do so in the territories with heavy destruction. They also provide emergency mental and physical health protection for those in the region. https://www.unrwa.org/gaza-emergency 

It's cheap too, ridiculously so. If you pay $5 you get everything. When we say massive, we mean it, there's around 1,020 items included in it. Naturally, there's plenty of things we've never heard of it which makes it an opportunity to find some real gems inside.

Some of the really sweet stuff includes these quick-picks:

The list goes on for a while of course, absolutely loads.

Check out the full bundle it ends in just over 6 days from now.

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