Indie Royale: The Spring Sun Bundle



Spring has sprung with Indie Royale’s latest bundle: The Spring Sun Bundle. Featuring the classed based shooter Monday Night Combat among other indie greats, The Spring Sun Bundle’s certainly worth a look at the very least.

The Spring Sun Bundle from Indie Royale is now live. Our latest offering features five creatively diverse and wonderful games to confound and delight. Knytt Underground, The Real Texas, Monday Night Combat, Satazius and Gentrieve 2 take players from the depths of an underground cave system, into a portal that leads to an esoteric American state, to a futuristic combat game show, off soaring into the shmup stars and, finally, into a procedurally-generated far future city where robots have run riot.

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This sunny bundle starts at just $3.99 which is a 90% discount to their total normal price. As well as the games, purchasers will receive the original soundtracks to The Real Texas and Gentrieve 2 as well as Adventures in Pixels, the exciting new chip tune album/comic hybrid from Ben Landis for those who pay over $8. Go to Indie Royale to buy The Spring Sun Bundle now.

Monday Night Combat and Satazius are available on Steam today. Knytt Underground and The Real Texas are in Greenlight right now so please give them your support on Steam.

The Real Texas and Gentrieve 2 are available on Windows, Mac and Linux, Knytt Underground is Windows & Mac. Satazius and Monday Night Cambat are Windows-only.

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There are interviews with some of the developers from earlier Indie Royale bundles on our YouTube channel; check in for the latest videos.

You can find more information on The Mighty Bundle, including real-time statistics and its current price, on its official website or via its Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages. As ever, the bundle is cheaper the sooner that you purchase it (unless, of course, some kind purchaser opts to lower the price for others) although there is tremendous value here whatever price you pay!

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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