Mojang & Humble Indie Bundle Raise $458K for Charity
The “Humble Bundle Mojam,” a joint effort between Minecraft developer Mojang and the Humble Indie Bundle, raised half a million dollars for charity over the weekend.
The event, which ran from February 17-19, raised $458,207.95 in total, with developers from Mojang, Cobalt developer Oxeye Game Studio and Overgrowth Wolfire Games making games for anyone who donated money through the Humble Indie Bundle website. The money went towards four charities — Child’s Play, Electronic Frontier Foundation, charity: water and the American Red Cross.
Fans could watch the developers create their games in real-time over the course of the 60-hour event, granting them a unique look into the process behind some of their favorite games.
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