Thursday, 23 February 2012

Indie Royale - Alpha Collection #1

This little package of games only comes with three alpha games, so by buying them you will help the developers fund the development of these games. So upon buying this bundle you will not only get the current build of these games but also any future updates that happen to come available. You have just under 7 days before this offer expires.

Just like all the previous Indie Royale bundles it is a pay what you want deal so long as it is equal to or higher than the minimum which at the moment is just over 3 quid. Each game is available on Desura or as a standalone version for Windows, Mac and Linux. The games included in this bundle are:

"Towns, a city building and management game mixed with an RPG that draws inspiration from titles spanning Dungeon Keeper, Dwarf Fortress and Majesty. Instead of playing the hero who delves deep into the dungeon, players oversee the town that houses and caters the hero's needs. Along the way, players can craft unique weapons, obtain randomized loot and build a settlement capable of holding back the forces that rise up from the active dungeon upon which the town sits." 
"3079 is a futuristic, open-world action first-person role playing game, and an alleged lovechild ofMinecraft and Fallout, with a block-like world, futuristic action, and role-playing elements played in a first-person perspective. 3079's randomly generated areas, buildings, items, quests and characters make it an entertaining open-world experience."
"Wyv and Keep: the Temple of the Lost Idol is a lusciously pixelated 2D co-op puzzle platformer. Dubbed as a more fiendish version of Blizzard's classic The Lost Vikings, the game features two young treasure hunters venturing into the land of Amazonia. Take control of the duo and use teamwork to solve mind-bending puzzles, navigate challenging action sequences, and find hidden riches deep within an ancient temple. Play by yourself, with a friend locally on one keyboard, or online, dodging fiendish traps, evading cannibalistic pygmies, shopping for hats, and even exploring an active volcano. Even create and share your own puzzles with the included cartographer."