Much in the way they've created and sold their games, indie game developers have been seeking the means to release the soundtracks to their games without the need for publishers. Bandcamp is a music distribution service that rivals iTunes with its open concept, pay-what-you-want pricing structure, and ability to be accessed from your web browser without the need for any additional software. It's also the home of some of the best video game soundtracks to be released in the last couple of years.

Independent creators rely on people being enthused about their work and having the means to access it. This list is a curration of the best 25 albums produced by video game developers on the service, each of them worth at least listening to. Take a swing at a couple that tickle your fancy, and drop a few bucks on one you like, it'll be worth the investment.