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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by J T Thu Nov 29, 2012 8:00 pm

emwearz wrote:But really they could not call it "Keep THQ Afloat Humble Bundle." THQ are close to bankruptcy, its a smart move.


Actually, I forgot about that, and now I feel bad for them and want to donate more. They do release some great games.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by Stark Thu Nov 29, 2012 8:09 pm

Yeah I hope we get a sequel to WarHammer: Space Marine. What a great game.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by emwearz Thu Nov 29, 2012 8:38 pm

J T wrote:
emwearz wrote:But really they could not call it "Keep THQ Afloat Humble Bundle." THQ are close to bankruptcy, its a smart move.


Actually, I forgot about that, and now I feel bad for them and want to donate more. They do release some great games.


THQ's stock has gone up 38% since the bundle launched.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by Valkyrie-Favor Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:36 pm

Payed $1 because I wasn't sure my laptop could run these games. It can't. Oh well, I might enjoy the soundtracks but I have better stuff to listen to as well.

Good for THQ, I remember playing their kids' games in the 90s and I wouldn't want that name disappearing.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by BoringSupreez Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:27 am

Valkyrie-Favor wrote:Payed $1 because I wasn't sure my laptop could run these games. It can't. Oh well, I might enjoy the soundtracks but I have better stuff to listen to as well.

It was still worth the purchase. Down the road, any budget computer off the shelf at Best Buy will be able to run that stuff with no problem, and you'll still have them on your Steam account.

Valkyrie-Favor wrote:Good for THQ, I remember playing their kids' games in the 90s and I wouldn't want that name disappearing.

Same here. I enjoyed several THQ games as a kid.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by J T Sun Dec 02, 2012 3:00 am

The Free Indie Bundle:

http://theturtle.editions.free.fr/nanig ... diebundle/

If you haven't paid any attention to these awesome free games, maybe bundling them together will get you to notice.

Nitronic Rush
Stealth Bastard
Viriax
A Flipping Good Time
Ski Challenge 2012
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by BoringSupreez Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:30 pm

For those who already bought the Humble THQ Bundle, they've added new content: Titan Quest and the Path to War DLC for Red Faction: Armageddon. As usual, new buyers can get the extra stuff by paying over the average.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by J T Sat Dec 08, 2012 3:15 am

Bundle In A Box: Eclectic Bundle
http://bundle-in-a-box.com/


Shadows on the Vatican, Act:I
Delve Deeper & DLC
War of the Human Tanks
Eversion
Fibrillation


Beat the minimum and also get:

The Adventures of Shuggy
Stay Dead
The 4th Wall
Flibble
(plus soundtracks)
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by J T Wed Dec 19, 2012 4:35 pm

The Humble Bundle 7

http://www.humblebundle.com/

This is a pretty strong line up of games I already have, but maybe you don't. Oh, and Indie Game: The Movie, which I still haven't seen.


Titles include:
The Binding of Isaac (+DLC)
Shank 2
Snapshot
Closure
Indie Game: The Movie

Pay over $6 and also get:
Dungeon Defenders
Legend of Grimrock
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by Gamerforlife Wed Dec 19, 2012 10:10 pm

J T wrote:The Humble Bundle 7

http://www.humblebundle.com/

This is a pretty strong line up of games I already have, but maybe you don't. Oh, and Indie Game: The Movie, which I still haven't seen.


Titles include:
The Binding of Isaac (+DLC)
Shank 2
Snapshot
Closure
Indie Game: The Movie

Pay over $6 and also get:
Dungeon Defenders
Legend of Grimrock


As someone relatively new to PC gaming (I played a small number of random titles many years ago), I am in awe of the deals out there. I bought a ton of cheap stuff on gog today, and then I find this!
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