Alternatives to The Indie Gala for all platforms with any license

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  • Humble Bundle icon

    Humble Bundle

    Buy a bundle of games, you decide the price, and support charity in the process. Each game is normally DRM-free and runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux!

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web / Cloud Android Android Tablet

  • Mod DB icon

    Mod DB

    Mod DB is the largest website dedicated to supporting independent development of games (user generated game content), including mods, addons and DLC. The aim of Mod DB is to unite developers, players and their ideas, empowering them...

    Free Web / Cloud

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  • itch.io icon

    itch.io

    An online game marketplace and community. Also an app which manages downloading and updating of games acquired through the website.

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web / Cloud

  • Indie Royale icon

    Indie Royale

    Indie Royale is an indie game bundle website that offers up four top-quality indie titles every two weeks for you to purchase at seriously silly prices. All you need to do is pay the price stated - or pay more - and the four games...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web / Cloud

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  • Bundle stars icon

    Bundle stars

    Buy awesome games. Pay a fraction of the retail price! Every week we bring you a spectacular new Steam game bundle, saving up to 97% off the normal retail price! Hurry though, each bundle is only available for a limited time. We...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux

  • Coinplay.io icon

    Coinplay.io

    A PC digital games in partnership with game developers and publishers. Pay with traditional payment methods of digital currencies. Games redeem on Steam.

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Steam

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  • Groupees icon

    Groupees

    Indie games bundles at low price to support charity.

    Commercial Web / Cloud

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  • Giftfluence icon

    Giftfluence

    Imagine the impact we could make if every online search and purchase led to a charitable donation.

    Free Web / Cloud

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    The Free Bundle

    We want to give REAL indie developers a chance to show their work. It seems the definition of indie game developer has... changed over the last few years. Today, we see guys with big offices, several published games (some even by Sony...

    Free Mac Windows

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  • Cubic Bundle icon

    Cubic Bundle

    Cubic Bundle is a new PC games bundle site by Cubic Pie, offering Steam, Indiegamestand and itch.io titles at affordable prices.

    Free Mac Windows Linux

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  • SteamCrate icon

    SteamCrate

    SteamCrate offers 10 top steam games every month for a fraction of the retail price. All games are sent at random, making it a unique and awesome suprise every month. Every crate is worth between £30 and £500+.

    Commercial Windows Self-Hosted Steam

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  • Playinjector icon

    Playinjector

    PlayInjector is a game distribution platform made especially for the purpose of supporting game development teams.

    Commercial Windows Web / Cloud

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  • Chrono.gg icon

    Chrono.gg

    A website that has one game on sale at a time, for a massive discount. The game on sale changes every day at 9 AM Pacific.

    Free Web / Cloud

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  • Bundle In A Box icon

    Bundle In A Box

    Bundle In A Box is a thematic pay-what-you-want gaming bundle, that helps new games debut, supports charity and directly strengthens creators via the Indie Dev Grant. As more people buy it the minimum price drops and extras get...

    Commercial Web / Cloud

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The Indie Gala Comments

Ehh

Comment by trekeyus
about The Indie Gala Jun 2012

ehh I think I like The Humble bundles better.

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