Mastertronic has announced the launch of its Great Indie Games publishing label.

It's been created to spread independently-developed videogames to shops. Few indie gems ever exist outside of the internet. Trapped in a virtual cage of emotion.

World of Goo is up first, and due an early July release for 15 Queenpounds or 20 Eurodollars. That's two pounds cheaper than Steam. And World of Goo is brilliant.

There's no word on what's next. Braid, we hope.

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