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Buy the Indie Game Music Bundle 2, get music, feel good

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Right now you can buy the Indie Game Music Bundle 2 for whatever price tickles your fancy and support the American Cancer Society and Child's Play. The five soundtracks in the base bundle are for Jamestown, Machinarium, Too The Moon, Sword & Sorcery, and Aquaria.

Game developers certainly are a generous folk. Much like the various pay-what-you-want game bundles that go on sale for charity every other week, they occasionally decide to sell the music from their games, too.

Right now you can buy the Indie Game Music Bundle 2 for whatever price tickles your fancy and support the American Cancer Society and Child's Play. The five soundtracks in the base bundle are for Jamestown, Machinarium, Too The Moon, Sword & Sorcery, and Aquaria.

As a bonus, the more you pay, the more you can get. Pay $10 or more and you'll also get the Machinarium bonus EP, as well as soundtracks for Cat Astro Phi, Passcode, Mighty Switch Force, Eternal Daughter, Tower of Heaven, and Shatter. They'll even throw in the 8-Bit Pimp and Songs for the Cure '10 albums and three more albums that will be revealed when certain sales milestones are reached. That's a lot of music.

What's more, the top 20 contributors will get various physical copies of certain soundtracks and some prints (depending on whether they're the top contributor, or in the top 10 or top 20) as well as some yet-unannounced rewards for their generosity.



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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (February 10, 2012)

Rhody likes to press the keys on his keyboard. Sometimes the resulting letters form strings of words that kind of make sense when you think about them for a moment. Most times they're just random gibberish that should be ignored. Ball-peen wobble glurk.

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