Latest in Gaming

Image credit:

IndieGameStand open for business, pay what you want for Escape Goat


IndieGameStand takes the standard indie bundle formula and shoots it out of a cannon, hosting a new indie game for "pay what you want" every 96 hours. The first game to hit IndieGameStand launches today: Escape Goat from MagicalTimeBean.

Escape Goat previously launched on XBLIG and PC, and tells the tale of slumbering sheep, a headstrong goat and his mouse companion as they solve puzzles to escape the Prison of Agnus. If that story does nothing for you, it's a retro-inspired puzzle platformer and it has a level editor, and it is redeemable for PC via Desura.

MagicalTimeBean is giving 10 percent of its sales to the American Red Cross, and will hopefully spend the rest on extra spaces for its own name and IndieGameStand's. Escape Goat will be available for four days, with a new IndieGameStand game announced on September 30 at 12:01 a.m. ET.

From around the web

ear iconeye icontext filevr