Before finally publishing some game reviews and other articles (something I’ve been working on for quite some time), let’s have another look at what Indie Royale has to offer with their Meteorite Bundle.
Included this time around are roguelike be-stealthy-and-eat-furniture Not The Robots, the more-than-a-bit-ripped-off-Magic Carpet strategy-FPS Arcane Worlds, the a-little-bit-inspired-by-Uncharted action-adventure Unearthed: Trail of Ibn Abbuta – Episode 1, frantic action-platformer with pixel art Bleed, completely-bonkers platformer No Time To Explain, less-than-appropriate top-down shooter Bad Smell, and collect-and-fly-em-up Chopper Mike.
If the hip-hop soundtrack of Bad Smell is not your taste or to your liking, you can also pay 6 Euros and get chiptune album Big Steel Wheels by C-jeff, which is a really cool treat for those who favor a bit of fast-paced rock and metal.
Even if some games can’t really match their obvious classic influences due to lower production values, what I especially liked about this compilation is that one gets a glimpse from developers’ output who are from all kinds of different countries. The colorful graphics and fun gameplay are again present, something one might expect from Indie Royale. So don’t wait and grab it before the offer expires in less than a day.
(Russia 2013, developer/publisher: Ranmantaru Games, platform: PC)
Unearthed: Trail of Ibn Battuta – Episode 1
(Saudi Arabia 2014, developer/publisher: Semaphore, platforms: PC, PS3, iOS, Android)
(Canada 2012, developer/publisher: Bootdisk Revolution, platforms: PC, Xbox 360)
No Time To Explain
(USA 2013, developer/publisher: tiny Build GAMES, platform: PC)
(Australia 2013, developer/publisher: magicdweedoo, platform: PC)
(UK 2013, developer/publisher: VAMflax, platforms: PC, iOS, Android)
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