This weekend over at Gog.com, the Indies Invade! promotion is offering half a dozen indie titles for 50%. Included in the promotion are Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers, Legend of Grimrock, Darwinia, SpaceChem, Torchlight and the Geneforge 1-5 bundle. Unlike Steam deals, Gog doesn’t cut you an additional discount for buying the group of titles together, but you’re still saving over $37 on the lot of them.
As with all Gog titles, each title is 100% DRM free and comes with a nice dose of bonus content, including soundtracks, wallpapers and even a few behind-the-scenes featurettes. Indies Invade! runs through Monday.
With a week left to go, The Humble Android Bundle 3 has added four additional titles for the homestretch. In addition to unlocking Spirits, if buyers beat the current minimum of $6.24, they will also get World of Goo, Osmos, Anomaly: Warzone Earth and EDGE. If you’ve already purchased the Android Bundle 3, fear not, the new games will be added to your download list, and theoretically, the Humble Bundle has already let you know personally.
In addition to nine games, the soundtracks of the initial lineup are included in both FLAC and MP3 formats. And every game is fully compatible with PC, Mac and Linux, meaning you don’t even need an Android device to partake.
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The Humble Bundle returns today with the aptly named Humble Bundle for Android 3. And as you might guess, this bundle’s filled with a quartet of Android titles, a few of which are making their initial 1.0 version releases on the platform. As with every Humble Bundle it’s pay what you want, but beating the average (sitting at $6.01 presently) will unlock a bonus title, in this case the platformer Spirits.
Rounding out the collection is the classic mobile tower-defense title Fieldrunners, retro rhythmer BIT.TRIP BEAT, and a pair of tech inspired puzzlers, SpaceChem and Uplink. In addition to getting the Android versions (SpaceChem and Uplink require Android tablets) of each of these titles, you won’t be missing out if you’re a desktop gamer, as every purchase provides access to the PC, Mac and Linux variants. And, if that isn’t enough, the Humble Bundle is happy to toss in the soundtracks of all titles involved.
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Do gamers fish? Well, I don’t necessarily have the answer for that (I went twice during the previous millenium), but the folks over at Indie Royale seem to think so. As the summer season winds down, Indie Royale is offering the Gone Fishin’ bundle for the next week. As with previous bundles, Gone Fishin’ is pay what you want, just as long as it’s above the current minimum. If you pay more than $8, you’ll unlock the MP3 album Pocustone, by the Czech artist Floex.
As for the games themselves, the bundle consists of the space combat game SOL: Exodus, the twin-stick zombie slaying sequel All Zombies Must Die!, the geometric tower-defense game Cubemen, the former iOS hit Squids, as well as both Platformance titles, Castle Pain and Temple Death – both of which used to be exclusive to Xbox Live Indies.
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The Steam Summer Sale is a thing of history now, but that isn’t stopping Valve from sucking our wallets dry even further. Through 4pm PST Thursday, Steam’s Indie Bundle Madness is live, re-discounting 11 bundles comprised of dozens of quality indie titles. As with the Steam Summer Sale, each bundle goes for $9.99, which is a huge discount considering each bundle packs 5 games and more often than not the individual titles go for that same figure at full price.
Some of our highlights include bundle IV, which has the incredible Atom Zombie Smasher and the iOS smash Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP. Or bundle X, which packs the music sensation Beat Hazard, the wonderful BIT.TRIP RUNNER and the lovely robot adventure title, Machinarium.
As we all know Steam sales come and go, but this is a great opportunity to stock up on a score of great indie titles while the summer gaming lull comes to an end.
Sad that the Steam Summer Sale is over? Well, fear not, because assuming your pockets are still lined with more than just lint, we’ve got another deal for you. Through the end of the month, Indie Royale is offering the July Jubilee Bundle, which comes with six indie games headlined by Telltale’s adventure/puzzler Nelson Tethers: Puzzle Agent, which is loosely based on the Grickle comics by cartoonist Graham Annable.
Rounding out the bundle are a quintet of titles including the role-playing GeneForge Saga, the totally authentic looking 8-bit sidescroller Oniken, the twin-stick shooter Mutant Storm Reloaded, the quasi arcade racer Swift*Switch (think WipEout‘s Zone Mode with Asteroids‘ graphics) and the sprawling dungeon crawler UNepic.
As with every Indie Royale joint you can pay what you want, just as long as it’s over the current minimum – currently hovering around $5.50. If you pay more than $8, which come on, you really should, you’ll unlock the chiptune album Insert by Prof. SAKAMOTO.
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While the Steam Summer Sale has been consistently offering great indie titles for a pittance, today’s Indie Bundle is another standout. In today’s edition, players are treated to Capsized, VVVVVV, Jamestown: Legend of the Lost Colony, Revenge of the Titans, and Zeno Clash. Or, if you’d like to think of them in these terms, two entirely different, unique platformers, a mid-90s inspired bullet hell title, a strategy game, and a wholly bizarre first-person brawler. In other words, a veritable buffet of indie goodness for $9.99.
And, if for some reason that tray of games fails to satiate your indie hunger, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet might make a satisfying dessert for $3.74. But, only if you get you act within the next six hours.