Australian and international game developers donate their games for bundle supporting Australian bushfire relief charities.
Devastating fires continue to rage all over our country impacting countless more people with each passing moment, but the persistence of the fires have been matched by the national and global community’s willingness to dig deep and and create new avenues to help support the wildlife and people impacted.
Humble bundle is the latest organisation from the games industry to take part, today releasing the HUMBLE AUSTRALIA FIRE RELIEF BUNDLE that include a huge collection of Australian made games after a suggestion from Jacob Janerka developer of Paradigm.
It’s a selection of some of the best games made in Australia and starting at US$25 (approximately AU$38).
If you want to get to know some of the developers who have made this donation follow the links below to our interviews about their work.
If you want to help out volunteer fire brigades fighting the fires you can also check out the GenerOZity Australian Bushfire charity drive or check out this list of other ways that you can help out on the ABC News website.