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A lot for a little: Indie Game Music Bundle 3 announced


11:30 AM on 05.29.2012
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Tired of these bundles yet? I hope not, because the Indie Game Music Bundle is back, this time with a lot more for not a lot of money. A single dollar will nab you the soundtracks to Terraria, Plants vs. Zombies, Ilomilo, Dustforce, and Frozen Synapse, while those who cough up $10 will get ten more soundtracks, including Offspring Fling, Noitu Love 2, Iconoclasts, Cardinal Quest, inMomentum, and more. There are a couple of original works by Disasterpeace (who recently scored Fez), Joshua Whelchel, and chiptune masters George & Jonathan included as well.

They've also brought back their donation leaderboard where the top bidders will get their hands on copies of the Retro City Rampage vinyl and other goodies. Oh, and as always, it's only available for a limited time (nearly two weeks are remaining).

This is a good opportunity to check out some indie game soundtracks that you may have missed while supporting the artists directly in the process. Be sure to check it out on the official Indie Game Music Bundle website and let us know what you think of this round of offerings.






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