Another week without any reviews, but at least I managed to put some time into a write-up of Indie Royale‘s newest Debut 11 Bundle.
This time, arcade gaming is all the rage with run-and-gun blaster 8-Bit Commando, action-puzzler TrapThem, multiplayer-battle-racer with a Micro Machines vibe KarBOOM and surviving-waves-of-enemies-on-on-screen shooter 99 Waves to Die. There’s also a fair bit of strategy gaming to be found in the turn-based trading of Spice Road and RTS battling of Desert Stormfront, while adventure fans will have some scary time with survival horror Project Night and mystery solving with casual title Alchemy Mysteries: Prague Legends.
In addition to the soundtrack of Project Night and another game which will be unlocked soon and whose name wasn’t revealed at the time of writing, paying more than 5 Euros also includes the very fun Made of Metal album by Viking Guitar which surprisingly offers some great metal riff interpretations of classic gaming and, to complete the circle of the theme robots-with-balls, of the Terminator movie. No high-pitched vocals, no unintentionally funny lyrics, but pure and simple tunes for headbanging one’s keyboard.
With so many new games being released by new developers, it’s difficult to keep track, and especially with Indie Royale’s weekly bundles, it’s even harder to play them all. But as is usually the case, the latest compilation gives an interesting glimpse of various genres and provides both fun for old and new gamers alike. So don’t wait and get it before the offer expires in less than one day.
(UK 2013, developer/publisher: Aartform Games, platform: PC)
(USA 2011, developer/publisher: 2DEngine, platform: PC)
(Italy 2013, developer/publisher: Riccardo Deias, platform: PC)
(USA 2012, developer/publisher: Noble Master Games, platforms: PC, iOS, Android)
(Germany 2013, developer/publisher: RetroMasters, platform: PC)
(Canada 2013, developer/publisher: Jibb Smart, platform: PC)
99 Waves to Die
(UK 2013, developer/publisher: SpookyFish Games, platform: PC)
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