Xbox Live Arcade sure has grown immensely. If you were into it shortly after the Xbox 360 launched, you'll likely recognize NinjaBee as a familiar face. Cloning Clyde and Outpost Kaloki were some of the first games I remember putting on my hard drive -- right up there with Hexic HD.
All these years later, you now have the opportunity to get many of the studio's titles in a PC bundle for practically nothing. For less than $4, the Ninja Lighting Pack includes Ancients of Ooga, Cloning Clyde, A Kingdom for Keflings, Outpost Kaloki, and Band of Bugs.
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