Indie Royale Back To School Bundle


Bummed about heading back to school? Well, Indie Royale have you covered with their latest: The Back To School Bundle. Featuring 7 games, there’s surely something there to get your mind of a day of school\stop you from doing homework.

Summer is over and fall is on the horizon; for many it’s time to go back to school! But don’t let the “back-to-school blues” get you down, Indie Royale‘s got you covered with the Back to School Bundle featuring seven great indie games, including an exclusive debut for Bunny Must Die! from Rockin’ Android!

First up is Ronimo Games’ side-scrolling real-time strategy game Swords & Soldiers with the awesome Super Saucy Sausage Fest DLC (Windows, Mac and Linux on Steam, Desura and DRM-free). [NOTE: Super Saucy Sausage Fest DLC is not available for Linux users – apologies!] GameSpot praises Swords & Soldiers: “its simple controls and abounding good humour are likely to engage even those who have never dipped their controllers into the strategy pool.”

Also included in this “studious” bundle is a 3D space simulation game from Shovsoft, Lunar Flight (Windows on Steam, Desura and DRM-free); a Japanese ‘Metroidvania’-esque game and exclusive debut from Platine Dispositif and Rockin’ Android, Bunny Must Die: Chelsea and the 7 Devils (Windows on Desura and DRM-free); a rhythm action and role-playing-game with spellcasting — Sequence from Iridium Studios (Windows on Steam, Desura and DRM-free); two hidden Japanese shmup gems from Rockin’ Android never before available in a bundle: Flying Red Barrel – Diary of a Little Aviator and Qlione (Windows on Desura and DRM-free); and Cute Things Dying Violently — a delightfully violent puzzle game brought to you by ApathyWorks (along with its OST! – Windows on Desura and DRM-free).

Don’t forget, those who pay $8 USD or their currency equivalent during the Back to School Bundle will get an entire chiptune music album:’BIAS’, from minusbaby, a renowned chiptune artist best known for “exploring the diversity of a lo-fi, compositional aesthetic.”

To find out more and purchase the bundle, it’s as easy as heading to

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