September 26, 2013 3:00 AM | Konstantinos Dimopoulos / Gnome
IndieGameStand, the site that started offering one indie game every few days for a pay-what-you-want price roughly a year ago, has evolved quite a bit and is now offering a full-blown games store (and, obviously, a revamped site). Happily, to celebrate the launch of the new store, it is also selling 14 games at discounted prices through October 1.
What really makes IndieGameStand's store stand out though, is just how developer-friendly it apparently is. Not only is it exclusively accepting indie games, but it offers a 75/25 split for the developers (a notable improvement over the industry standard of 70/30), is trying to be very fast with its approval times and is actually DRM-agnostic. Oh, and from what I've seen extremely easy to use too.