Indie Royale Birthday Bundle

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.

Cities in Motion 2
(Finland 2013, developer: Colossal Order, publisher: Paradox Interactive, platform: PC)


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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project
(Denmark 2002, developer/publisher: Interceptor Entertainment, platform: PC)


(France 2013, developer: Cyanide Studio, publisher: Paradox Interactive, platform: PC)


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(USA 2012, developer/publisher: Gristmill Studios, platforms: PC, Xbox 360)


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(USA 2013, developer/publisher: Greg Lobanov, platform: PC)


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(Spain 2013, developer/publisher: RetroWax Games, platforms: PC, Xbox 360)


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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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