The Indie Gala or IndieGala is a series of game bundles similar to the Humble Indie Bundle, but with games offered generally for Windows PC only, and usually with DRM.
Most games, so far, have been Steam keys and not direct downloads. Exceptions have been Vizati in the first Gala, Fruit Blitz for Android in the second Gala, as well as the original Postal game for Mac, Linux and Windows, also in the second Gala.
Just like in Humble Bundle, also in Indiegala buyers can set the revenue split between the developers, charities and organizers.
A peculiarity of indiegala bundle, which distinguishes it from other similar sites, is to give to music albums almost the same prominence as that given to the games.
Indiegala also launched an initiative called Galafund that aims to support independent game development' The First Indiegala appeared on December 5 2011.
Fruit Blitz, the Android game available in form of .apk file
Postal was the only non Steam - DRM Free game with a standalone installer
All other games were available in form of Steam redeemable codes.
Indie Gala 2 was notable for not including a time limit at first. Instead, the bundles were to be up until 40,000 bundles were sold, but after 6 weeks the sale ended. It also had 3 tiers of bundles, starting with a $1 minimum. All bundles also included various albums, as well as games.
From Indie Gala 2 customers receive a unique profile link to access games and music.
Battle Mages, WRC: FIA World Rally Championship, Ninja Blade, and SBK X: Superbike World Championship were available as DRM-free games only. All other games in the bundle were available in form of Steam redeemable codes.