Another quick interruption of the reviewing flow, I’d like to point you in the direction of the weekly Indie Royale update with the Atomic Bundle.
This time it’s mostly all about arcade gaming made apparent in the side-scrolling space shooter Humans Must Answer, horizontal shmup Super Killer Hornet: Resurrection, top-down classic blaster The Chaos Engine, and space-sim Solar Struggle. But there’s also some dipping into other genres in the 3D planet-hopping puzzler Cube & Star: An Arbitrary Love, customizable mutiplayer mechwarrior third-person shooter Fields of War, and sci-fi FPS with RPG elements Livalink.
In addition to the Warped Edition of Cube and Star and the awesome soundtrack of The Chaos Engine, you can also get the Classics, too album by Remute when paying more than 5 Euros. But be warned, this one is pretty heavy on techno sounds, and for my taste, it’s a bit too repetitive and annoying to listen to.
Indie Royale’s newest bundle showcases a high degree of quality this time around with the timeless but brutally difficult The Chaos Engine and also some beautifully realized arcade shooters. Humans Must Answer and Solar Struggle are of particular interest here. So what’re you waiting for? Get the bundle before the offer expires tomorrow.
Humans Must Answer
(Ukraine 2013, developer/publisher: SumomGames, platform: PC)
Cube & Star: An Arbitrary Love
(Australia 2014, developer/publisher: Doppler Interactive, platform: PC)
Fields of War
(Israel 2014, developer/publisher: Virtual Mirror Game Studios Ltd., platform: PC)
(Australia 2013, developer/publisher: Ben Massey, platform: PC)
(Germany 2012, developer/publisher: Z-Software GmbH, platform: PC)
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