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Indie Royale Snow Storm Bundle

The Indie Royale Website now offers the Snow Storm Bundle, offering a collection of indie games to while away your snow days. As always, you can cheap out for the low minimum or opt to pay more, with lower payments raising the price for future customers, and higher payments driving the price downward. There is also a bonus chiptune album for those who pay more than USD $8.00. Here's the summary:

Looking for some fun indie games to keep you warm on a cold winter's night? Look no further than the Snow Storm Bundle from Indie Royale, offering hours of enjoyment even if you're snowed in! Featured in this action packed bundle are 6 great indie games, valued at over $55, including a challenging science fiction point-and-click adventure from Wadjet Eye & XII Games, Resonance; a RPG-heavy city builder from Tilted Mill, Hinterland; Naked Sky Entertainment's 3D mechanical platformer, RoboBlitz; a high-speed and addictive arcade game, StarDrone, and more!

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4. Re: Indie Royale Snow Storm Bundle Jan 16, 2013, 23:44 gsilver
 
I always at least check out reviews for games in bundles like this one, and with to the question "am I likely to play anything here?" is a resounding No.

I just barely started The Walking Dead, and am miles away from even looking at Gemini Rue (the predecessor and arguably better than the one here).

It's great that they're making the financial cost of gaming be a non-issue in general, but the time commitments aren't getting any lighter, so unless a game offers something special, I can't bother to buy it, no matter how cheap it is.

Still, I believe in giving credit where it's due, and wish that they offered a way to up your contribution on a given bundle after the fact. After a game like Unepic, I did indeed feel like giving the developer more money for their work, because I really appreciated what they pulled off.
 
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