Lend your ears to the Indie Game Music Bundle

Want some more music? More specifically: Want some more gaming music? The second Indie Game Music Bundle has kicked off, and it’s packed with some pretty awesome tunes – just name your price.

Game Music Bundle

...see! It's all sparkly!

The bundle – just like the indie games bundles – is completely DRM free, with part proceeds going to charity (specifically: Child’s Play and the American Cancer Society).

The new bundle is available in two tiers. Firstly, for as little as $1, you can pick up the soundtracks from Aquaria, Sword & Sworcery, Machinarium, Jamestown and To the Moon. That’s a pretty decent serve of lovely, dreamy music right there – but if you’re prepared to fork out a little more, the bargains don’t stop there.

If you contribute $10 or more, you’ll receive those five albums plus the soundtracks for Shatter, Mighty Switch Force, Cat Astro Phi, Tower of Heaven, Eternal Daughter, Squids and Thunderbeam – PLUS – “chip-hop EP” 8-Bit Pimp from A_Rival, the Machinarium bonus EP, Passcode: Soul of the Traveler by Disasterpeace, and the 2010 edition of fabulous compilation Songs for the Cure. A twelfth bonus album will unlock after a further 1,000 bundles are sold.

If you’re an audiophile, you’ll be pleased to know that donating $10 will also unlock the ability to download the albums in super-shiny, lossless FLAC.


Honestly, we think the bundle is worth more than $10 for just the Shatter soundtrack alone – one of the best games-related soundtracks we’ve heard in years – so the extra 15 albums are an added bonus!

Like all good things though, this one won’t stick around forever, the Indie Game Music Bundle set to close its doors in just four days’ time. Hop to it, my friends – your ears will thank you for it.

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