Another week, another Indie Royale offering. This time it’s all about indie gaming with a comic aesthetics touch in the Mixer Bundle.
A lot of jumping and cobwebbing is done in Alien Spidy, puzzle solving in the best LucasArts tradition in The Journey Down: Chapter 1, space-shooting in the arcade-sim Miner Wars 2081, arcade heisting-and-robbing in Dollar Dash, classic platforming and shooting in Duke Nukem and Duke Nukem II, anime-life-sim adventuring in Cherry Tree High Comedy Club!, FPS shooting with Foreign Legion Multi Massacre, one-on-one brawling with Final Slam II, run-and-gunning-or-slashing with Party of Sin, and puzzle-platforming in two worlds with Stonerid.
There are a lot of games on offer this time, and as the bundle expires in less than a day, just a few quick words about the general quality of the bundle: Both Duke Nukem games should be played by anyone who’s only slightly interested in how the man with more muscles than brain fared before going 3D. The Journey Down: Chapter 1 has already been reviewed in these hallowed pages, and a 9/10 score should tell you more than enough about its greatness. But the other games don’t look any less enjoyable fun to play. So what are you waiting for?
The Journey Down: Chapter 1
(USA 2012, developer/publisher: Skygoblin, platforms: PC, iOS)
Miner Wars 2081
(Czech Republic 2012, developer/publisher: Keen Software House, platform: PC)
Foreign Legion: Multi Massacre
(Belgium 2014, developer/publisher: Sakari Games, platform: PC)
Final Slam II
(Netherlands 2013, developer/publisher: Tamugaia, platform: PC)
(Netherlands 2013, developer/publisher: Enitvare, platform: PC)
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