More great indie bundles to check out. Some are still going if you haven’t had a chance to grab them yet!
Happy weekend guys and welcome to our second PC indie bundle roundup!
This week we have a few new bundles for you and a few reminders on bundles that are still going but will end relatively soon. There are currently five bundles that I have found are active. If you come across an indie bundle that I’ve missed or see one floating around before next week, feel free to send me a link and I’ll be sure to check it out and add it on the next one if it’s still going.
I should note that I am aware of both Good old Games and Indie Game Stand which are both great deals. However, GoG isn’t really indie per-se and the problem with featuring Indie Game Stand in a piece like this is that it literally changes every four days. (Perhaps I could just tweet that to you when it happens.)
However, if this piece continues to get a good reaction, I wouldn’t be opposed to doing another kind of post for non-indie game deals!
That said, let’s check out this week’s bundles.
Indie Royale: The Snow Storm Bundle – Ends Jan 23rd
- Games Included: Resonance, Hinterland, RoboBlitz, StarDrone, Project Aftermath, RobotRiot and music
- Steam: Yes
- Desura: Some
Indie Royale is a “beat the minimum” bundle with a suggested price of $15 and a current minimum of $5.39. Paying more than the minimum helps knock down the price for people who purchase the bundle after you.
BundleStars: Bundle #2 “Indie Jam” – Ends Feb 10th
- Games Included: Unstoppable Gorg, Stellar Impact, Twin Sector, Dead Horde, Future Wars, Greed: Black Border, Grotesque Tactics, Trapped Deadand two mystery titles.
- Steam: Yes
- Desura: No
IndieStars offers a fairly large bundle for the set price of $5.24. Their second bundle is a mostly sci-fi/zombie oriented offering at a pretty impressive 93% off. Five percent of each purchase goes to a charity called SpecialEffect which is designed to help persons with disabilities have a better quality of life.
Delightful Point & Click Bundle – Ends When Keys Run Out
- Games Included: Shadows on the Vatican Act 1: Greed, The Journey Down and Metal Dead
- Steam: No
- Desura: Yes
The Delightful Point & Click Bundle is an indie bundle offered by indiebundle.org. This site is unique because it actually offers several bundles at once. All of their bundles consist of three items (or in some cases albums) and are always $5. They also have a limited number of available keys per bundle.
This particular bundle is their most recent offering, however there are many others that would be worth looking at.
The Indie Gala Magicka – Ends Jan 25th
- Games Included: You are Empty, Trine, Cities in Motion, Deponia, Painkiller: Black Edition, Magicka, Magicka: Vietnam, Home and a hidden selection.
- Steam: Most
- Desura: No
Indiegala is a pay-what-you-want bundle with a suggested price of at least $5.85. Paying under that amount will get you You are Empty and Trine. Paying more than that will grant you the rest of the games including the secret bonuses that are unlocked weekly.
The current bundle supports two charities: AbleGamers and Gala Project X
The Free Bundle – Ends Feb 15th
- Games Included: Nitronic Rush, Ascension, Celestial Mechaninica, I’m Scared and Abobo’s Big Adventure.
- Steam/Desura: These are free games so they’re typically standalone PC downloads.
The Free Bundle is an indie bundle put together to highlight the games of talented developers that might have gone overlooked. It’s put together by the creators of Cypher, who plan to do more bundles like this in the future. At present a new game — Treasure Adventure Game — has been added to The Free Bundle, so even if you’ve already picked the other games up, it’s worth going back.
And if you haven’t picked up the other games, go do it now.