It’s amazing how time flies by, and especially in the indie bundles sector, it’s even more amazing to constantly provide good titles for a cheap price on a very regular basis. So here’s to you, Indie RoyaleIndie Royale, with your latest Indie Royale Birthday Bundle and hopefully many others to follow!
Starting with the construction of a transport system in a big city not unlike the popular Sim City franchise, Cities in Motion 2 offers countless hours of planning and seeing the traffic all move or ending up in a jam. Old-school platformer fans who like their heroes with more brawn than brain will most certainly like Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, while Impire pulls at the hearts of many an RPG and RTS fan with a humorous twist. XenoMiner gives creative souls their food with pixel-based building tools, Perfection. (with a dot) is an interesting take on the cut-this-so-it-looks-like-this puzzle formula, and Zombusters might look like a cheap rip-off of the popular movies, but it’s quite a nice bloody shooting distraction before the real Halloween horror begins.
It’s too bad that no extra content can be unlocked with these games, but there’s still the (rather techno-heavy) chiptunes album Theme Tunes For 10 Games Never Made by Remute available if you pay more than 8 dollars.
All in all, it’s a varied selection of games to play and celebrate Indie Royale’s birthday. So don’t hesitate and do your part by getting this bundle before the offer expires in less than 3 days.
Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project
(Denmark 2002, developer/publisher: Interceptor Entertainment, platform: PC)
(USA 2012, developer/publisher: Gristmill Studios, platforms: PC, Xbox 360)
(USA 2013, developer/publisher: Greg Lobanov, platform: PC)
(Spain 2013, developer/publisher: RetroWax Games, platforms: PC, Xbox 360)
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