A Good Bundle Offers 151 Games for $20, Benefits ACLU and Planned Parenthood

A Good Bundle wants to raise money for two very good and very deserving causes.

“A bunch of creators are sharing their works to combat some of the ugliness in our world,” explains the bundle’s description, with indie hits such as Gone Home, Proteus, Catlateral Damage and Read Only Memories being sold for absolutely peanuts.

151 games are available in total, for just $20. If you haven’t got much money to spare then there are also $2 and $8 tiers so you can get your hands on some lesser-known (but still ace) indie titles.

A Good Bundle’s description also explains that all of the money raised by the time the bundle offer ends on November 29 will be split 50/50 between Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).


Great Games for Worthy Causes

The ACLU is a non-partisan non-profit that fights legal battles for human rights (including discrimination in various forms and even trying tackle the government’s hacking powers). Planned Parenthood, meanwhile, provides vital health services, from information about sexually transmitted diseases, to contraception, information about scabies and even a menstruation tracker.

The ACLU and Planned Parenthood are worthy causes to donate to regardless, but the fact that you can get your hands on some truly terrific games and save yourself hundreds of dollars in the process is just an added bonus.

Here’s the complete list of games being offered :

  • Astæria
  • Borb the Birb
  • Proteus
  • Sokobond
  • Killing Time at Lightspeed
  • Four Sided Fantasy
  • Catlateral Damage
  • PreDigital
  • CRTify
  • illustrious
  • Amygdala
  • Gone Home
  • Alcarys Complex
  • Oldskooler
  • Ruby & Majesty: Treasure Team
  • Orion Trail
  • Luna’s Wandering Stars
  • A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build
  • The Novelist
  • No Pineapple Left Behind
  • Catacomb Kids (Alpha!)
  • Read Only Memories
  • NE_01
  • Blitz Breaker
  • Metamorphabet
  • Monster Pub – Trivia Night
  • One Show Only
  • Subterrarium
  • Farbenspiel
  • Salvage Solitude 8140
  • Hero Generations
  • beads of orange glass
  • Neocolonialism
  • Earthtongue
  • CGOL
  • Heather’s Halloween Horror
  • F J O R D S
  • Go Team Yeah
  • Crystal Control II
  • Go Long!
  • Arms of Telos
  • Gurgamoth
  • Fragile Soft Machines
  • Expand
  • Death Ray Manta SE
  • Social Justice Warriors
  • SNP2015
  • Lieve Oma
  • Mass Warfare
  • A Good Gardener
  • Windosill
  • Judgement Arena
  • Get Off, Cat!
  • Bhaloidam
  • Downhill* Chapter One
  • Space Crew EP
  • Larua Font
  • Longest Night
  • TCG Proxy Generator
  • Bullet Hell Onslaught of the Mean-Spirited Ancient Deities
  • Space Odyssey
  • RotoDefendo
  • Takishawa is Dead!
  • Moody
  • Thrunt
  • The Temple of No
  • Those times.
  • Booster Pack Generator
  • Dfragmente
  • Resist EP
  • Musclebound Glory
  • Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, And The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist
  • rain
  • Aftertile
  • Little Party
  • A nice break
  • Flight Sim
  • Raik
  • Krnch
  • This Is Fine
  • Monkey Pop
  • francis ¤
  • Steal My Artificial Heart
  • Tenebris
  • Your Darkest Thoughts
  • a difficult day
  • An Evening of Modern Dance
  • MangoMan
  • Secrets Agent
  • Even in Arcadia, There I am
  • Marshall Avatar Generator
  • Bloom Cave
  • Mediterranean Voidland
  • Grampy Katz in: The Big Date
  • Alien Construction Skills
  • Didgerido
  • Star Kite
  • Cute Crate!
  • Find Me A Good One
  • The Easter Money
  • Slam City Oracles
  • Loco Motion
  • In the Court of the Yellow King
  • Your Gay Monster Family
  • Terminal Town
  • Doodle Defense
  • Combat Genetics
  • Fish Kermesse
  • The Four Old Gods
  • The Old Man Club
  • Amity x Li
  • Trackoons
  • Lily Seed
  • Sand and Stars
  • Spherakill
  • The Tops Don’t Sting You!
  • A(s)century
  • Ghostkeeper
  • Gat Life: Boyfriend Bar
  • Are You With Us?
  • Noise Snke
  • Colored Candles
  • Space Brothel
  • Blue
  • 1234567890
  • 2
  • Intimate Codex
  • Farewell, Brother
  • The Willow Effect: Prologue by Al Wyvern
  • Desert Dreamer
  • Lost Constellation
  • Closer
  • Loving Life
  • Nuclear Reaction
  • Depression Quest
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Jasmine Henry

Staff Writer at New Normative
Jasmine Henry is a games and technology writer from the UK who has been playing video games since before she could tie her own shoelaces. She is also a serial games hoarder (thanks Steam sales!) and dreams of a day when the representation of women and minorities in games is no longer debated and is simply just the ‘norm’.


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