Before continuing with some more reviews (and also preparing for some big Halloween surprise), there’s still some time left to give Indie Royale‘s Debut 5 Bundle a gaming spin.
Point-and-click adventure game fans will get a treat with Swedish folklore-infused Oknytt, beat-em-up lovers will enjoy colorful comic-multiplayer-brawler Jamsouls, while The Curse of Nordic Cove gives a quick fix of tongue-in-cheek survival-horror´and Bret Airborne provides some match-3 puzzle action with balloons. Last but not least, there’s a lot of 16-bit RPG love found in Millennium: A New Hope, retro platformer fun with a time travel twist in FromPulse and fast-reflexes training with minimalistic Expander.
While there’s unfortunately no extra content, paying more than 5 dollars at least unlocks the Classic Chips album by bradsmith which is an interesting 8-bit interpretation of classic music pieces by Brahms, Bach and Debussy among others.
As the offer expires in less than a day, make sure you head over to Indie Royale’s website and give this compilation a chance. Or if your pocket money is already gone, drop me a message and I’ll give you a giveaway code the guys were so kind enough to provide ;).
(Sweden 2013, developer/publisher: NemoriaEntertainment, platform: PC)
(France 2013, developer/publisher: Chromatic Dream, platforms: PC, Xbox 360)
The Curse of Nordic Cove
(USA 2013, developer/publisher: On The Level Game Studios, LLC, platform: PC)
(Canada 2013, developer/publisher: Over00, platform: PC)
Millennium: A New Hope
(USA 2009, developer/publisher: Aldorlea Games, platform: PC)
(Canada 2013, developer/publisher: Pixel Molotov, platforms: PC, Xbox 360)
(Austria 2013, developer/publisher: All Civilized Planets, platforms: PC, iOS, Android)
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