IndieGala has done it again, more games for you to get with the ability to get some Karma for the games you "bought" rather cheap. Well let me get a bit more in detail for those of you who are new to the whole bundle deal. IndieGala along with others like the HumbleBundle get games, OSTs, and other stuff from mostly indie devs who donate their games DRM free/on Steam to these bundles. The bundle is pay what to want (minimum of $1) to who you want (all to charity, devs, or split it). Which allows you to pick who the money goes to, which gives you a bit more freedom than buying them normally. They set the donation amount to a very resonable amount in which you get a lot of games for the fraction of what they would cost normally, with the added bonus of going to charity, that adds the "good cause" clause to the mix.
This time the stage is set with a massive 12 games in the mix, for the low cost of $6 to get all of them. The games in this bundle include for the $1 donation range; Making History: The Calm & the Storm. Beat Hazzard, Razar2: Hidden Skies, Ironclads Collection (all five games). FOr the $3.99 range; Space Empires 4 Deluxe, Battle Mages, World Rally Championship Racing, and Bad Rats: Rats Revenge. Last but not least the $5.99 range; Disciples II: Rise of the Elves, Puzzle Kingdoms, Ninja Blade, and SBK X: Superbike World Championship. It shouldn't need to be said, but if you do go to one of the higher tiers you do get the previous tiers of bonuses as well.
As for the charities that this bundle supports, yea I know that should have been first but we're gamers, the charities are AbleGamers and Help for the Emilia earthquake. AbleGamers helps out both children and adults with disabilities and vets after war trauma to play videogames, which is a good enough cause as it can help out those to recuperate somewhat or at least bring a bit of joy to their lives. As for the Help for the Emilia earthquake, that is a charity to help sustain the Italian Red Cross for their donation to the Emilia Romanga region to help them re-cooperate from the recent earthquake. Both charities are for good causes and you can pick to help either one if you want to. If you don't you can just send all the money to the devs if you wish to, it is up to you, which is the beauty of these bundles.