November 24, 2013 11:23 PM | John Polson
Over 25 studios have joined the first Super BR Jam to help charity and to celebrate the growing Brazilian indie scene. Those who are jamming will have their entries bundled for a $1 or more. Others are providing their commercial games for those who pledge at least $5. The jam site says all of the profits will go to Solar Meninos de Luz, "which promotes formal and complementary education and basic health care."
If you pay at least $1, you get all of the games made during the Super BR jam. If you pay more than $5, you get the following games, as well: Showdown Effect, Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Edition, Dungeonland All-Access Pass, Magicka, Magicka: Wizard Wars, Out There Somewhere and Qasir Al-Wasat.
According to the YouTube description, the following studios are participating in some form: Critical, Arrowhead, Behold, Miniboss, Swordtales, Kaipora Digital, DeVoid, Pixel Cows, Pocket Trap, Pigasus, Bitcake, Loud Noises, Aduge, Tsubasa, JoyMasher, Hoplon, Otus, TawStudio, Flowkore, Double Dash, Aiyra, Lumentech, Vitreo Lab, ZeroDuo, Broken Finger, Kimeric Labs, and Nano Studio.
As of this posting, none of the jam games are available, but the bundle games should be available immediately. While the jam seems to be wrapping up, the bundles for the games will be on sale for the next 9 days.