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IndiePub is being very cool with Storm, donates proceeds to hurrican Sandy relief

Posted by: Sean Colleli at 10/31/2012 9:20 PM
IndiPub just released their latest title, Storm, a surreal platformer/puzzle/physics titles that I'm just starting to get into. Indie development doesn't exactly rake in the big bucks all the time, which makes IndiePub's latest decision even cooler: from now until November 11th, 2012, they'll be donating proceeds from Storm's digital sales to the Red Cross's relief efforts for hurricane Sandy. If you've been thinking about getting this game, your purchase will be going to a good cause, so check it out at their official website or on Steam. I'll have my review of the game up in the coming weeks.





Proceeds from Storm game sales to be given to aid Hurricane Sandy relief efforts

CINCINNATI, OHIO (USA) – October 30, 2012 – indiePub Entertainment, Inc. (US OTC: IPUB), is donating the proceeds from digital copies of Storm for PC (Windows) purchased today through November 11, 2012, to aid in the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

Storm is available worldwide for PC (Windows) through the Storm web site at StormTheGame.com.

Proceeds from all Storm purchases made through the Storm web site (StormTheGame.com) between October 30 and November 11, 2012, will be donated to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief fund.

For more ways you can help, contact your local Red Cross office or visit RedCross.org.