If you’re worried about the direction America is headed in, and also love great games, A Good Bundle will make things easy for you: your money will bring you games and also help out those two organizations.
For two dollars the bundle will get you immediate access to 89 different games. Toss in six dollars more and you’ll get an extra 36 games. Or, if you’re able, you can go all the way up to $20, which will net you an extra 26 games. That’s 151 games in total for only twenty dollars, and the best part is all of it will be split 50-50 between Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.
This bundle isn’t like one of those cheap CD-ROM discs you can find at Office Depot with 100 different random shareware games and demos crammed on it. Depending on the level you can afford, A Good Bundle will include some of the most interesting games of the last few years, including Depression Quest, two Night in the Woods companion games, Fjords, Read Only Memories, Proteus, Gone Home and literally over a hundred more.
The deal is good for the next week, so if you want to help Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union, and also get a one-stop refresher on the current state of independent game design, go check out A Good Bundle.