Indie Royale: The Winter Bundle


Indie Royale are back with their latest bundle: The Winter Bundle.

Don’t let the cold weather get you down. It’s the perfect excuse to stay inside and play Indie Games, and look no further than the Winter Bundle from Indie Royale to keep you warm all winter long with six great games worth over $40 for a fraction of the price!

First up is a gorgeous looking yet uniquely challenging turn-based strategy game from W!Games, Greed Corp (Windows on Steam). IGN raves: “If you fancy yourself a fan of either turn-based strategy games or heady board games, you’ll definitely want to check out Greed Corp. The fact that you have to destroy the ground beneath your feet in order to harvest resources makes for some fascinating choices.”

Also included in this seasonal bundle are unique point and click adventure game Hamlet, or The Last Game Without MMORPG Features, shaders and Product Placement from mif2000 (Windows on Steam); a distinctive music/rhythm-platformer from GaijinGames BIT.TRIP RUNNER (Windows, Mac and Linux on Steam, Desura and DRM-free); an old school turn based fantasy strategy game from Illwinter Game Design, Conquest of Elysium 3 (Windows, Mac and Linux on Steam, Desura and DRM-free); an abstract shooter from Hermit Games Leave Home (Windows on Desura and DRM-free); and a horrifying exploration based game from The Working Parts, They Breathe (Windows on Desura and DRM-free).

Finally, those who pay $8 USD or their currency equivalent during the Winter Bundle will get a piano jazz and chiptune pop music album for the soul ‘BLUESCREEN’ from PROTODOME! This unique album, available as part of an Indie Royale partnership with seminal chiptune label Ubiktune, was built around an electric piano having a “dialogue” with the bleeps and bloops of a Game Boy, alongside an occasional saxophone to liven things up.

You can find more information on the Winter 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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