Indie Royale St. Patrick’s Day Bundle includes Hard Reset

Friday, 16th March 2012 03:16 GMT By Brenna Hillier

It’s not often an indie bundle packs in a high quality FPS, but we live in the future now.

The latest indie Royale bundle includes cyberpunk shooter Hard Reset; point and clicker Jolly Rover; strategy puzzler Vertex Dispenser; DLC Quest, a wry platformer; and rogue-like Lair of the Evil Doer.

All games are completely independent, available DRM free, and most support a range of options – PC, Mac, Steam and Desura.

Those who pay over the minimum price will receive as a special bonus – Daniel Capo’s O.S.T, a 15 track album inspired by classic NES tracks.

The minimum price of the IndieRoyale bundle decreases whenever somebody ponies up more than required, and goes up every time someone pays bottom dollar. It’s currently sitting at $3.79 with over 14,000 bundles sold and four days remaining.

Thanks, Destructoid.



  1. TheWulf

    Could I also recommend Jolly Rover? I rushed out and bought that one at full price after playing the demo.

    In all honesty… I haven’t played something that comes so close to being a real LucasArts point & click adventure in years. You can tell where their inspirations come from, but they also used those inspirations well and lovingly. This was a game made by people who care about the genre.

    I doubt, as a more comedic point & click adventure, that it will be surpassed for a while to come. Probably only by the Double Fine game, if even that.

    Now, I’m not going to say something silly like it’s better than Gemini Rue, because it’s probably not (Rue had an incredible storyline, and well told). But it is true to LucasArts. If that matters to you, then Jolly Rover is definitely worth a look.

    I’d recommend doing so to any LucasArts fan, anyway.

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