Great INDIE GAMES
Hound Picked Games publish the very best indie game releases from the world’s most talented developers. Discover amazing new indie game experiences with the Hound!
Battle Princess Madelyn
Developed by Causal Bit Games, follow the journey of a young knight in training, Madelyn, and her ghostly pet dog, Fritzy, as they set out on a journey to save her kingdom and her family from the clutches of an evil wizard!
NAIRI: Tower of Shirin
Developed by HomeBearStudio, follow Nairi, a troubled upper-class girl, and Rex, a gangster-turned-scholar, as they uncover a dark mystery involving the mysterious Tower of Shirin! Coming soon to Steam & Nintendo Switch.
From Tri-Coastal Games, master the six-axis piloting as you blast your way through a mind-bending space labyrinth to a hypnotic synthwave soundtrack and retro-futuristic style. DYSTORIA is out now & available on Steam.
The Gamers Charity
By using technology ranging from modified joypads to eye-control, Special Effect are finding ways for people to play to the very best of their abilities. But they're not just doing it for fun! By leveling the playing field, Special Effect are bringing families and friends together and having a profoundly positive impact on therapy, confidence, and rehabilitation.
Hound Picked Games support Special Effect
Hound Picked Games are proud to donate to Special Effect. Whether ordering NAIRI: Tower of Shirin t-shirts, Battle Princess Madelyn mugs or a Hound Picked hoodie, we’ll donate 5% of all profit so that they can continue to make a positive impact.
Support Special Effect through Humble Bundle Sales
If you’re looking for a great bargain on some incredible indie games, consider ordering through our Humble Bundle page and make a difference by bringing families and friends closer together through gaming! We’ve chosen Special Effect as our charity of choice for all sales made.
Other ways to support Special Effect
There are lots of ways you can get involved and help support this incredible UK based charity. For more information visit them online at www.specialeffect.org.uk and consider running an event, volunteering or just making a single one-time donation.