news\ Dec 18, 2012 at 2:54 am

IndieGameStand lets you pick fruit in Blueberry Garden for $1


The latest pay-what-you-want deal on IndieGameStand is a bit of an offbeat, quirky non-adventure. It may not exactly be your typical 2D game, but it's certainly a goodie for a lot of folks. You can currently download Blueberry Garden for $1, which is certainly a lot less than going out and buying actual blueberries.

Paying the minimum fee will get you a Steam code for this interactive experimental title. Beating the average (currently $1.33) will also get you the game's soundtrack and prototypes for three titles. Paying a $10 fee will score you Blueberry Garden, DROD: Gunthro and the Epic Blunder, and the next IndieGameStand title.

The promotion's featured charity this time around is Amnesty International. Ten percent of all proceeds from Blueberry Garden on IndieGameStand will go to this organization.


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