The Really Big Bundle

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Nov 29, 2011

The Really Big Bundle by Wizerzak at 5:15 PM (834 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. Wizerzak
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    The third IndieRoyale Bundle has now launched. Known as the Really Big Bundle, it brings together twin stick shooter Really Big Sky, Yahtzee/poker-based RPG Runespell Overture, the trippy and abstract Eufloria, and the double-pack of RPG parodies Breath of Death VII and Cthulhu Saves the World.
    All games are available for direct download, or alternatively you can grab them from either Steam or Desura. Unlike the Humble Bundle, whose Steam/Desure codes tend to group all the games together into one, uhh, bundle, IndieRoyale provides you with an individual code for each game. This means that if you already own some of the titles in the compilation, you can pass the codes along to friends while still taking advantage of crazy pricing on the games you don't yet own.



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    Looks good, although I'm only interested in Eufloria, might consider getting it later this week :P
     
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    So, it's humble bundle, minus charity and linux?
    Meh, I'll probably buy it to support indie devs anyway.
     
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    It is possible that some in the future some bundles will have linux support. If a game on desura has linux version it should all be able to be installed.
     
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    Fuck, I spent all my money a few days ago on cards.

    I should have some more coming in soon and I'll probably buy it. I usually pick them up although I rarely play them. It's just good to have a library of games to fall on in case of boredom and it's nice to donate.
     
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    Bought! However, those two "old-style" RPGS aren't looking all too great... However, the card game Runespell sounds interesting! :)
     
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    Noooooooo.
    This bundle has Cthulhu Saves the World and Breath of Death VII which I really want but can't afford.

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    Indie bundles have become so common now, I mean come. on.
     
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    Read the PM I sent you, and ya might be pleasantly surprised
     
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    Hot damn I wish I had a credit card or any money in my Paypal
     
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    *excited* Looks at games *more excited* Looks at supported platforms *less excited*

    Maybe I should just buy it for the sake of supporting devs, but I wouldn't mind more supported platforms :/


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    you say that like it's a bad thing.
     
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    Unfortunately, this money doesn't go to charity like the HB. (Unless you meant donate to devs of course).
     
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    Eh, regardless it's nice to give them some money now and then. Generally I give all my Humble Bundle money to charity so this is a nice change of pace.
     
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    ....would have been nice to grab Cthulhu Saves the World from what i've read of it, but times are tight at the moment so, given that BoD and CSW are both available from Zeboyd themselves, that might be a better option. These bundles whilst starting to become ever prevalent are a great way of promoting interest in games which may have slipped by many people otherwise. Bundle overexposure is a small price to pay in that respect.

    edit due to premature comma
     

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