Pride Month Bundle gives you 450 games for a bargain price
Pride month is finally upon us, and with it has come the opportunity to shine some light on some of the very best developers working in the gaming industry. We have Queer creators to thank for games that not only push the boundaries of what indie games can do, but also reflect exactly what we want to see in a small-scale title.
The Queer Games Bundle has managed to amass a collection that'll give you a ridiculous sum of games for a great price, as well as help to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community.
The Queer Games Bundle is amazing
If you ever looked at $60 and wondered how many video games you can turn it into, The Queer Games Bundle has done all of the heavy lifting for you, as it has revealed a brand new bundle that will offer you 466 games in total.
The collection includes the likes of Lookouts, Electric Zine Maker, and Repurpose to name a few among the games and apps available for the mere $60 fee. Buried in here are some fascinating gems, too - including He F**ked the Girl Out of Me, a game developed by Taylor McCue that serves as a detailed look into sex work and trauma.
There's also Musical Shaders, a music EP featuring tracks from artist Wallamide written for other video games, and tracks inspired by Zelda games.
The Queer Games Bundle has raised almost $22,000
This isn't just a means for you to grab a bunch of great projects for free, but a way to raise a lot of money for a good cause - and they've done a pretty great job of it already.
The game bundle's profits will be pumped back into the nearly 300 developers whose projects appear, and it has already almost met its $23,000 goal.
If you fancy helping out the next generation of creatives, there's no better way to do it.