Posted on October 22, 2012 by Daniel Shannon

The tenth IndieGala has started. As with previous iterations, you’ll get to pay what you want. Furthermore, you may choose how to divvy up your donation between the developers, Indie Gala, or Charities. This time the Charities are the Able Gamers foundation and the Italian Red Cross which is raising funds to help Emilia Romagna, a region of Italy that was recently hit by an Earthquake.

You may watch the trailer and read about the games after the jump.

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First off, DRM free versions of Omegalodon and Praetorians come with any donation. Furthermore, one dollar will get you a copy of Majesty 2 and East India Company via Steam.

If you beat the average (which is currently around $5.11) you’ll also receive :

I  must admit that I’m not a fan of East India Company or Europa Universalis Rome. Additionally, I’m totally ignorant of Omegalodon and Praetorians. Lead and Gold can be fun, but it suffers from a severe shortage of players. However, the rest of the games get the Daniel Shannon stamp of approval. Elven Legacy and Knights of Honor are both quite enjoyable. Furthermore, I’ve spent more time playing Hearts of Iron 2 than any other game besides Alpha Centauri or Tie Fighter.

charity East India Company Elven Legacy Europa Universalis: Rome Gold Hearts of Iron 2 Indie Gala Knights of Honor Lead and Gold Majesty 2 Omegalodon Paradox Interactive Praetorians Steam



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