Indie Royale Debut 5 Bundle

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.

indieroyaledebut5bundle

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 ;).

Oknytt
(Sweden 2013, developer/publisher: NemoriaEntertainment, platform: PC)

oknytt

Official Website

Jamsouls
(France 2013, developer/publisher: Chromatic Dream, platforms: PC, Xbox 360)

jamsouls

Official Website

The Curse of Nordic Cove
(USA 2013, developer/publisher: On The Level Game Studios, LLC, platform: PC)

thecurseofnordiccove

Official Website

Bret Airborne
(Canada 2013, developer/publisher: Over00, platform: PC)

bretairborne

Official Website

Millennium: A New Hope
(USA 2009, developer/publisher: Aldorlea Games, platform: PC)

millenniumanewhope

Official Website

FromPulse
(Canada 2013, developer/publisher: Pixel Molotov, platforms: PC, Xbox 360)

frompulse

Official Website

Expander
(Austria 2013, developer/publisher: All Civilized Planets, platforms: PC, iOS, Android)

expander

Official Website

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About nufafitc

Being an avid gamer, cinemaniac, and bookworm in addition to other things the internet and new media present, I'm also very much into DIY music, rock and pop in particular. Writing short or longer pieces about anything that interests me has always made me happy. As both an editor for German website "Adventure-Treff" and UK website "Future Sack", I like to write reviews and news about recent developments in the movies, games and book industry.
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