Indie Royale's Gone Fishin' Bundle offers six indie games for $5.82

By Sameer Mitha | Published on Jan 01 1970
Indie Royale's Gone Fishin' Bundle offers six indie games for $5.82

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Isn’t it great when you get games at a discount, or better yet, get a bunch of games at a really cheap price?

The Gone Fishin' Bundle is on offer for $5.82 (Rs. 320 approx.) and it contains 6 indie games - Doublesix Games' undead-heavy top-down shooter All Zombie Must Die! (Windows on Steam); Seamless Entertainment’s fancy arcade space shooter SOL: Exodus (Windows on Steam, Desura); 3 Sprockets' acclaimed tower defense title Cubemen, (Windows and Mac on Steam, Desura and DRM-free) - with bonus PC debut for the arcade-tastic VectorGeddon; The Game Bakers' unique action strategy RPG title Squids (Windows and Mac on Desura and DRM-free); and two devious side-scrolling 'masocore' platformers from Magiko Gaming: Platformance: Castle Pain and Platformance: Temple Death - both appearing on PC (Desura and DRM-free). The deal isn’t bad considering the suggest price of all the games is more than $15.

An incentive for you to pay $8 for the bundle is that if you pay $8 or higher, you'll also receive the debut album of Floex, the musician behind the excellent Machinarium soundtrack in addition to the 6 games.

As of writing this article, the deal is valid for another 7 days. If you are interested in picking up this bundle, you can do so here.

Indie Royale has released a trailer that will convince you to buy the Gone Fishin' Bundle. The trailer showcases snippets of each game give you a quick look at its features and gameplay style.

If you are interested in picking up the bundle, you can take a look at the details of each of the games on the following links.

SOL: Exodus
All Zombies Must Die!
Cubemen
Squids
Platformance: Castle Pain
Platformance: Temple Death

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Sameer Mitha

Sameer Mitha lives for gaming and technology is his muse. When he isn’t busy playing with gadgets or video games he delves into the world of fantasy novels.

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