After having finally managed to publish a review, it’s time again for a little bit of indie compilation promo (hopefully soon being the other way around: having more articles between the indie gaming news ;)). So here we go with Indie Royale‘s Debut 10 Bundle.
The compilation includes back-to-the-Elite-roots with arcade trading sim Crater Maker, 16bit JRPG-parody Doom & Destiny, more traditional 16bit JRPG Millennium 4 – Beyond Sunset, hard-as-nails platformer You Still Won’t Make It, classic hexagon strategy warfare Strategic War in Europe, fantasy life simulation with an anime touch Spirited Heart Complete, chaotic multiplayer platform brawler with comic results Kill Fun Yeah, and defeat-diseases-in-3D puzzler Patrogen Wars.
Paying more than 5 Dollars also unlocks the album Small Bites by Christian Fernando Perucchi which for once isn’t a chiptune album, but a mix of often bombastic orchestral pieces and other atmospheric music styles. Whoever was disappointed with the String Arcade album’s lack of diversity, should definitely check this one out.
Even though the games tread well-known ground in indie gaming, like platformers and RPGS, the concept behind Pathogen Wars is quite intriguing, and so is the music album (although for a higher price). Either way, fans of the genres will surely get what they expect in terms of longevity. But don’t wait too long to buy the bundle, because in less than a day it will expire.
(USA 2014, deeloper/publisher: Playing With Matches, platform: PC)
Doom & Destiny
(Italy 2011, developer/publisher: HeartBit Interactive, platforms: PC, Xbox 360, iOS, Android)
Millennium 4 – Beyond Sunset
(USA 2011, developer/publisher: Aldorlea Games, platform: PC)
You Still Won’t Make It
(USA 2013, developer/publisher: Vetra Games, platform: PC)
Strategic War in Europe
(Poland 2012, developer/publisher: Wastelands Interactive, platform: PC)
Spirited Heart Complete
(Various countries 2009, developer/publisher: Winter Wolves, platform: PC)
Kill Fun Yeah
(Sweden 2012, developer/publisher: Arctic Anteater, platform: PC)
(USA 2013, developer/publisher: Game Face Interactive, platform: PC)
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