There was actually a review planned today, but as Indie Royale’s latest offering swept the floor with my plans and will be offline in less than two days, let’s have another round of indie gaming goodness with the Debut 7 Bundle :).
Arena-based anime hack-and-slash-fest Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae will give button mashers enough to keep their hands busy, Metal Planet provides explosive FPS multiplayer action with mechs, Pulse Shift puts a more lateral puzzle angle to the FPS formula, while classic point-and-click adventure game Al Emmo and the Lost Dutchman’s Mine harks back to the old Sierra titles. Millennium 2 – Take Me Higher is a cute old-school 16-bit RPG, while Fleet Buster combines tower defense with space shooting mechanics, and Renga Samurai Shogun! is not another fighting title but offers simple and also highly engaging cut-and-think-three-dimensions tasks.
As usual, paying more than 7 dollars unlocks a fun chiptune album. This time it’s the Chiptune Hero EP by Dj CUTMAN which has some very cool versions of popular pop songs, my personal favorite being Chiptune and Cambria.
As last bundle’s emphasis lies a bit too much on strategy games, this is a much more varied affair and offers enough for everyone who wants to dip into indie gaming. So get the bundle while it’s hot.
(Russia 2013, developer/publisher: MetalPlanet, platform: PC)
(Slovakia 2012, developer/publisher: 3corestudio, platform: PC)
Millennium 2 – Take Me Higher
(USA 2009, developer/publisher: Aldorlea Games, platform: PC)
(Ukraine 2013, developer/publisher: casualogic, platform: PC)
Renga Samurai Shogun!
(USA 2013, developer/publisher: Tamugaia, platform: PC)
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