Untitled Goose

House House, the Melbourne-based indie developers behind last year's indie success story Untitled Goose Game, has promised to give "at least" 1% of its income to Indigenous groups located within Australia.

It announced this via Twitter, explaining how it would be supporting the 'Pay the Rent' movement:

Our videogames are made on stolen Wurundjeri land. We at House House will be paying at least 1% of our income to Indigenous groups, in perpetuity, as part of the Pay the Rent movement. We'd encourage others to do the same

To begin, it will be giving to the Wurundjeri Tribe Council, Warriors of Aboriginal Resistance, and the youth network known as Seed Mob.

This announcement follows Australia Day - which is an annual holiday on 26th January that unites and divides the nation, as it celebrates the arrival of the First Fleet of British ships in 1788.

[via gamesindustry.biz]