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'PPPPPP: The VVVVVV Soundtrack' and 'Pac-Man Fever' featured in Indie All-Stars Bundle

Jordan Mallory
05.06.12
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You can't swing a dead cat these days without hitting an independent gaming bundle of some kind – hell, even EA has one now. You can, however, swing a dead cat without hitting someone attempting to champion the independent music scene, especially in gaming's neck of the woods.

The Indie All-Stars Bundle seeks to correct that by offering a collection of 10 albums for sale under the pay-what-you-want-and-donate-to-charity pricing model used by countless indie gaming bundles. Granted, not every album in the bundle is directly video game related, but it does include Magnus Pålsson's phenomenal soundtrack to VVVVVV, as well as Buckner & Garcia's somehow still ironically iconic Pac-Man Fever.

Charity donations benefit the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the VH1 Save the Music Foundation. Like usual with these kinds of things, all purchases that beat the average sale price will also include five bonus EPs.

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