No new reviews up yet, as Indie Royale was faster to release another bunch of indie games with their latest Indie Royale Debut 9 Bundle.
Included are turn-based strategy with a Steampunk twist Airship Dragoon, platformer with Tetris-gameplay mix Little Trus Man, world building with blocks high in the skies Sky Nations, sci-fi action-adventure-platformer Inescapable, classic RPGs Dark Gates and Chronicles of a Dark Lord: Episode 1 Tides of Fate, both featuring an anime look and the feeling of classic 16bit titles.
With no additional bonuses to unlock (except for one game which hasn’t been available at the time of writing), an incentive to pay a bit more can be found in the short but very nice chill-out Gameboy chiptune album Cut (B-Sides) by WMD.
This time, there aren’t any well-known developers outside the indie scene involved, but this doesn’t mean Indie Royale’s new compilation is any less worth checking out. The games might not feature the greatest graphics, but it’s little gems like Little Trus Men which make you realize why indie games still offer some quality you can’t find anywhere else. So don’t wait and get the bundle before it expires in less than one day.
(UK 2013, developer/publisher: YorkshireRifles, platform: PC)
Little Trus Man
(UK 2013, developer/publisher: PRC Production, platform: PC)
(UK 2013, developer/publisher: MrBenjammmin, platform: PC)
(Japan 2013, developer/publisher: Magnetic Realms, platform: PC)
(UK 2012, developer/publisher: DFour Games, platform: PC)
Chronicles of a Dark Lord: Episode 1 Tides of Fate
(USA 2012, developer/publisher: Kisareth Studios, platform: PC)
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