The latest IndieRoyale bundle includes five brand new games, all of which are currently fighting their way through Steam Greenlight. The pay-what-you-want-above-the-minimum-average bundle includes Stained, Tropical Heat – Jetski Racing, LogiGun, Tales of Maj’Eyal and Crayon Chronicles. All games are available for PC with two compatible with Mac and one on Linux, and DRM or keyed versions are on offer. If you pony up more than $8, you’ll score Stephen Pearlman’s album, The Raven. As ever with IndieRoyale, the more you pay, the lower the price for those who come after.
Call of Duty: WW2 players who placed their pre-orders digitally through the PlayStation Store are now able to download the full beta.
God’s Trigger is by no means a hard sell. It’s Hotline Miami with two players. There’s no question that’s what it is, either. It’s a brutally violent top-down shooter with one-hit kills. It’s the kind of concept that fits on the back of a beer mat, and it’s all the better for keeping it simple. […]
Bethesda has confirmed that all of its previously announced VR games will launch before the end of the year.
IndieRoyale has released the Prairie Dog bundle, which includes Retrovirus, Signal Ops, Zack Zero, Vox and Sol Survivor. All games are available on PC through Desura, with a few Steam keys available. As ever, you pay what you want above a minimum price, which rises when users pay the minimum and lowers after more generous […]
The latest IndieRoyale was put together by the Indie Gamer Chick and focuses on titles also published on Xbox Live Indie Games.