Indie Royale: Snow Storm Bundle



Indie Royale are back with their latest bundle; The very appropriately named (with this weeks weather anyway!) Snow Storm Bundle. Featuring a number of great games, including the absolutely fantastic Resonance it’s certainly not a bundle to miss. As always, Indie Royale use their beat the minimum requirement purchase plan.

Looking for some fun indie games to keep you warm on a cold winter’s night? Look no further than the Snow Storm Bundle from Indie Royale, offering hours of enjoyment even if you’re snowed in! Featured in this action packed bundle are 6 great indie games, valued at over $55.

First up is unique and fresh sci-fi adventure game Resonance (Windows on Steam, Desura and DRM-free), developed by XII Games and offered thanks to Wadjet Eye Games. Destructoid praises Resonance for its “fantastic interconnected stories, wrapped up in a grand mystery with four interesting protagonists. What’s not to like?”

Next up is Tilted Mill Entertainment’s city building game with RPG elements, Hinterland, (Windows on Steam, Desura and DRM-free along with its OST); a 3D mechanical platformer with physics based puzzles RoboBlitz, (Windows Steam, from Naked Sky Entertainment plus its OST); a standout arcade game from Orb Games, StarDrone, already a hit on PlayStation Network, (Windows on Desura and DRM-free and its OST); PAX10-winning Arcade RTS Project Aftermath from Games Faction (Windows Steam, Desura and DRM-free); and a classic shooter/platformer, RobotRiot, from Retromite, (Windows on Desura and DRM-free plus its OST!)

Finally, those who pay $8 USD or their currency equivalent during the Snow Storm Bundle will get an ambient electronic album from Miles Tilmann of Dino Run creators Pixeljam, in the form of ‘Planeteri’! Included with the album is a PC/Mac executable co-created by Fernando Ramallo (Panoramical) that provides a unique visualization for each track – and any music you plug into it!

You can find more information on the Snow Storm Bundle, including real-time statistics and its current price, on its official website or via its Facebook and Twitter pages.

John started Creative Gaming in 2003. Creative Gaming started as a small group of people creating small indie games. It evolved into a community site for anyone to share their games. Now, it's an enthusiast news outlet, focusing on Indie Gaming.

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