Going Indie for Haiti

Fri, Jan 15, 2010

Events, Industry, Social

The relief efforts for victims of Haiti’s devastating earthquake are pouring in from all corners of the gaming community, both large and small: Mashable has the news about a relief effort being brought together by independent developers like Second Gear’s Justin Williams and Pinch/Zoom’s Garrett Murphy. Titled Indie Relief, the new charity push involves a growing list of developers, who have pledged to take the proceeds from a full day of sales and donate it to Haiti-oriented charities.

Indie Relief will be operating this coming Wednesday, January 20th, with a full list of participating software available through their website. That, by itself, is plenty of reason to check out a new app or two, or three, or five. Or ten.

The organization is still accepting new apps and software from further developers who would like to participate in the worthy cause. Interested parties should contact Mr. Williams at Second Gear.

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