$10 Itch Bundle Gives Abortion Rights Games

A screenshot of the itch.io deals page shows some of the games included in the Indie Bundle for Abortion Funds.

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game designer Karo Asersion brought together Mass distribution of itch.io packages help raise money for abortions in US states where reproductive health is now or will soon become illegal after being overturned by the Supreme Court Rowe vs. Wade. It only costs $10 and includes hundreds of games as well as soundtracks, books, and comics.

“In light of the US Supreme Court’s decision to overrule Rowe vs. Wade as well as threaten and remove access to abortion, creators from all over itch.io have contributed to this solidarity pack,” the fundraising page reads. And a little more about where the proceeds will go:

100% of the proceeds from this package will go to the National Abortion Network fund. Collective Power Foundation, which sends money directly to abortion funds in more than 20 US states, with a focus on the South and Midwest (where abortions are often hardest to access). NNAF’s partnerships with these abortion funds provide direct resources and funds to many of the people most affected in Roe v. Wade to take immediate action.

Abortion Funds Indie Package includes more well-known releases such as failure as well as Hypnospace Outlaw as well as many fantastic creations for game jams and other indie games that you may be less familiar with. fan project inspired by Nameless goose gameG is also present. And while you can pay as little as $10 for a set of nearly 800 items, the goal is to raise $3,000 to incentivize the generosity.

Abortion rights groups are currently basking in new funds as the country grapples with the right’s latest wide-ranging assault on the general welfare of the people. While the Democrats who control Congress and the White House use Caviardrop before fill your war chests with “just vote”grassroots organizations Advocating for sending money directly to the front line access to abortion.

The fight for abortion rights has even played out in some of the game industry’s most famous studios, from public displays of support to internal studio debate about what companies can and should do in the face of a 6-3 decision that destroys almost 50 years of pre-established constitutional law.

The latest itch.io bundle will be available until July 13th and aims to raise at least $200,000, an initial goal it will likely surpass by now.

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