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itch.io has a 'Trans Witches are Witches' bundle that's raised over $90K

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The Trans Witches are Witches bundle is live on itch.io featuring 69 items from various LGBTQ+ creators, aimed at rejecting "Hogwarts Legacy's bigotry". A good way for people to support creators if you're deciding not to pick up Hogwarts Legacy. 

With it you get access to an assortment of games, game assets, zines, various TTRPG stuff and more. It costs $60 but they also have a separate $10 version too for people who don't have as much to spare.

One of the fun little standouts is Magic Trick, "a skateboarding adventure game about community! As the new WizKid in town, perform magic using rad skating combos, explore the whimsical city, and socialize with your wacky new neighbors who could use more magic in their lives!".

Everything included is related to the magic world in some way, as the clear theme here is for magic fans who don't wish to support the new Hogwarts Legacy for various reasons, but the controversy hasn't stopped the game from becoming a huge seller on Steam and one of the all-time biggest releases. For those of you who don't understand what's going on and why the Harry Potter universe is problematic, this video can shed some light on bits of it. The bundles have links to various issues with the Hogwarts Legacy game too.

The bundle runs until February 24th and has already raised over $90,000 with both versions of the bundle together.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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