Proceeds from This Charity Games Bundle All Go to Helping a Wildlife Conservation Fund

A screenshot from Lieve Oma, one of the games included in the World Land Trust bundle on
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Indie publishers Future Friends Games and Plant Based Gaming have created the World Land Trust bundle, a charity games bundle that includes 66 indie games for just $5. Best of all, 100 percent of the proceeds go to the World Land Trust, an international conservation trust working with a network of local partners around the world to save, protect and restore critically threatened habitats for wildlife.

The bundle is available from as a pay-what-you-want deal with a minimum donation of $4.99. You can pay more if you want to donate extra money to the cause, though — you’d still be getting a great deal, because the games in the bundle are worth over $450.

There are some great games, like the beehive management sim Hive Time and Plant Daddy, a browser game about raising plants. You also get the gorgeous open-world exploration game Secrets of Rætikon, No Longer Home, the immersive puzzle game A Normal Lost Phone, A Good Snowman is Hard to Build and Lieve Oma, which the developers describe as an ode to the people who gave us stability and helped us become who we are today.

One of the most interesting games in the bundle is Art Sqool, a colourful experience that uses AI to grade your artwork and asks “can a video game make you more creative?”

The World Land Trust bundle is a result of Future Friends Games reaching out to indie developers to come together and do something to help the environment. “It’s no secret that the world is in immediate danger from climate change,” it says on the bundle’s product page. “You can’t switch on the TV, browse the internet or listen to the radio without being reminded how bad the situation is right now. Rising sea levels, global warming, forest fires, entire species’ extinction. But there is still time to do something. We’ve reached out to our friends and the wider video game industry to come together and raise money.”

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