GamesAid launches littleBIGbunch2: 5 indie games for £6

GamesAid, the UK video games industry charity for children and young people, has launched littleBIGbunch2.

It's a downloadable PC gaming collection which allows consumers to pick up to five indie games for just £6, €7.50 or $10.

Running for the next seven days, money from sales will be split equally between the game developers and GamesAid.

Here's the line-up of available titles:

  • Archon Classic
  • Dark Scavenger
  • Disciples II: Rise of the Elves Gold
  • Grotesque Tactics
  • Serious Sam The Random Encounter
  • Space Colony
  • Tofu 1&2
  • The Trouble with Robots
  • Unstoppable Gorg
  • Worms Reloaded

Eidos life president and GamesAid trustee Ian Livingstone said: "Once again GamesAid has been overwhelmed by the incredible support we have received from indie games developers. littleBIGbunch only exists thanks to their generosity.

"This year we have a fantastic collection of games which we hope will appeal to gamers everywhere. Choose five great games from our selection and know that half your money is going to GamesAid and half to the amazing developers."

GamesAid is a charitable collective from the UK games industry which raises funds for charities which primarily help disabled and disadvantaged young people in the UK (Action for Kids, Jigsaw 4U, Small Steps, Special Effect and Willow Foundation).