Indie Royale The Harvest Bundle


Indie Royale are back with their latest bundle: The Harvest Bundle. Featuring a handful of Indie classics with a beat the minimum price point, you can rarely go wrong with and Indie Royale bundle!

The long days of summer are past and winter is coming. It’s the time of year to reap the rewards of what you’ve sowed all year long. Why not reward yourself with this bountiful harvest of *seven* great indie games in Indie Royale’s Harvest Bundle? Included in this seasonal bundle is a critically acclaimed platformer from Renegade Kid, Mutant Mudds, a hilariously fun top down procedural shooter from RichMakeGame Pineapple Smash Crew, plus the Lemmings-like Spirits, an Avernum RPG trilogy, and bonuses too!

First up in this crop of games is a well-received retro platformer from Renegade Kid, Mutant Mudds, available for Windows on Desura and DRM-free. Play Max (and his grandma!) as they fight to vanquish aliens called the Mutant Mudds with only a water cannon and jetpack! Originally created for Nintendo 3DS, the enhanced PC version is worth checking out, since it offers a wealth of additional content – including a Super Mario World-esque total of 60 challenging levels spanning across 5 worlds with 8 unique graphical themes. Destructoid celebrates Mutant Mudds calling it “platforming distilled to its essence. It cuts the fat in order to deliver a pure, satisfying experience.”

Also included in this fall time bundle are playful top down procedural shooter from RichMakeGame Pineapple Smash Crew (Windows on Steam, Desura and DRM-free); graphically lush action-puzzle game from Spaces of Play, Spirits (Windows, Mac and Linux on Steam, Desura and DRM-free – and its OST); classic fantasy RPG from Spiderweb Software Avernum: The Great Trials Trilogy (Windows and Mac on Steam, Desura and DRM-free), which includes 3 great games: Avernum 4, Avernum 5 & Avernum 6; and experimental 2D basketball-based platformer from Studio Bean, BasketBelle (Windows and Mac on Desura and DRM-free – along with an OST + beautifully crafted virtual Sketchbook).

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