Friday, 19 September 2014

The Indie Royale Parachute Bundle is Now Available

Indie Royale has launched its latest bundle, the Parachute Bundle. The latest bundle from the Indie Royale team features six indie-busting releases:
  • Ground Pounders (Steam - Windows, Mac and Linux)
  • Vangers (Steam - Windows, Mac and Linux)  
  • Burning Cars (Steam/Desura - Windows - DRM Free)  
  • 7 Wonders of the Ancient World (Steam/Desura - Windows - DRM Free)  
  • Super Trench Attack™ - (Steam/Desura - Windows - DRM Free)  
  • STARTAG (Steam/Desura - Windows - Steam Greenlight)  

All of the games are available for Windows from Steam except STARTAG, which is in Greenlight looking for a place on Steam. Ground Pounders and Vangers are on Mac & Linux, too. Three of the games have Steam Trading Cards. The Parachute Bundle will close at 2pm GMT / 3pm CET / 6am PDT on Friday 26th September.

Additionally, beat the $6 bonus target and you also get the SMRTPHONE - #0 album from SMRTPHONE!

You can find more information on this Indie Royale bundle, including real-time statistics and its current price, on its official website or via its Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages.


About Indie Royale

Indie Royale is an indie game bundle website that offers up multiple top-quality indie titles every week for you to purchase at seriously silly prices. All you need to do is pay the price stated - or pay more - and the games currently featured will be yours to keep forever.

The website is a collaboration between Tenshi Ventures and the makers of notable online download service Desura as a joint venture. We know our indie games (a little too much, some might say) and we know the games that are worth playing.

The point of Indie Royale is to put the spotlight on those indie titles which provide fantastic experiences, but may well have been passed over by a good portion of the mainstream gaming public. If you purchase an Indie Royale bundle, you can be safe in the knowledge that you're not only getting multiple brilliant indie games - you're also supporting worthwhile developers.


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