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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by Sasha_Blue Sun Jun 16, 2013 1:09 pm

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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by J T Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:04 pm

Humble Bundle has two Android/PC/Mac/Linux specials going on:

Humble Weekly:
https://www.humblebundle.com/weekly
Anomaly: Warzone Earth (PC and mobile versions)
Anomaly Korea
Sleepwalker's Journey
Funky Smugglers

Humble Android Bundle 6:
https://www.humblebundle.com/
Frozen Synapse
Broken Sword
Aquaria
Fractal
Organ Trail
Stealth Bastard (Deluxe)
Pulse (Android Only)

As they usually offer, you get the PC/Mac/Linux/Android versions and the soundtracks.

Frozen Synapse is a great tactical strategy game with a killer soundtrack.
Stealth Bastard is a very cool stealth platformer.
Pulse is a really enjoyable rhythm game that takes advantage of a touch screen interface.
Anomaly is a reverse tower defense game (you are the convoy and must survive the defending towers). The mobile version works quite well.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by Duane Dibbley Fri Jul 05, 2013 10:38 am

The Humble Weekly Sale features Two Tribes this week:
https://www.humblebundle.com/weekly

These are all great games, although I have them multiple times over at this point. The big deal for me is the inclusion of the GBC Toki Tori soundtrack, which I think is superior to the remake.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by J T Thu Jul 25, 2013 3:16 am

Chiptunes Music Bundle 3
http://groupees.com/chip3

There are no games here. Just lots of great music that sounds like videogames, including Chipzel.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by pvt_awol Wed Jul 31, 2013 10:17 am

Humble Bundle has Deep Silver games for cheap.

https://www.humblebundle.com/


You can get Saint's Row 2, Saint's Row the Third (with full package), Risen 2, Sacred 2, and Dead Island for about $5 bucks.

(If you pay more than $25, you get Dead Island - Riptide.... but I didn't think I needed to pay that much. LOL.)
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by Valkyrie-Favor Wed Aug 07, 2013 4:42 pm

Groupees has a Build a Doujin Bundle for the next few days. Any fan of shooters, action games, or visual novels should be interested. Minimum purchase of $1.50

Games:
-Cherry Tree High Comedy Club (Comedy VN)
-Ether Vapor Remaster (shmup)
-War of the Human Tanks (Strategy)
-Yousei (Mystery VN)
-Yatagarasu (Fighter by SNK artist)
-Croixleur (Arcade action)
-Cafe 0 ~The Drowned Mermaid (Mystery VN)

Free Bonus:

-Pester (shmup)
-Jisei (Mystery VN)
-War of the Human Tanks soundtrack
Next bonus unlock: Kansei (Mystery VN)

Yousei, Jisei, and Kansei are by a Western company, Sakevisual, but I have played one of their other VNs and it was quite good.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by Sasha_Blue Thu Aug 08, 2013 1:28 am

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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by J T Thu Aug 08, 2013 1:55 am

Dude! That's an awesome deal at Groupees!

Ether Vapor is a fantastic shmup.
Croixler is great.
And I've really been dying to play Yatagarasu because it looks like a killer fighting game!
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by Valkyrie-Favor Thu Aug 08, 2013 2:39 am

Has anyone played Cafe 0? Supernatural mystery is one of my favorite genres when done well, but it almost never is. Maybe the writing is way better than the artwork. :?

Yatagarasu is amazing so far. I was hoping the sprite work would be higher resolution instead of scaled 2x, but it's still quite good. I really like the focus on defense. Encourages a lot of interesting play styles. The limited move selection is a plus if you ask me.

Everyone is pretty unique except the obligatory shoto. He actually feels really out of place. So far I'm really liking the blue haired sword girl. I would have gone with the fist fighter, but what he's doing barely resembles boxing at all :lol: Not a problem, just threw me off.

I couldn't get netplay to work though.

I also downloaded King's Bounty: Armored Princess from Humble. This will be saved for a rainy day. I've heard these games are great. We'll see.
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Re: The ongoing "AWESOME INDIE BUNDLE!" thread

by Stark Thu Aug 08, 2013 11:59 am

Valkyrie-Favor wrote:Has anyone played Cafe 0? Supernatural mystery is one of my favorite genres when done well, but it almost never is.

Have you played Kentucky Route Zero? Seems up your alley based on this statement.
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