Indie Royale's latest collection of games has launched today, featuring six titles in the "Debut Bundle," so named for bringing Windows versions of four games and two which are the first commercial release for their studios. As usual, the games are offered at a low minimum price, which increases during the length of the promotion but can be reduced by the good will of folks willing to cough up more than the minimum. Plus, there are a few other bonus goodies and, if you spend above the $8 threshold, they're throwing in the first full-length album by chiptune artist FearOfDark, Motorway.
Right now, it's hovering around $4, less than ten percent of the MSRP for the whole collection. The main lure of the collection is probably Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller Episode 1 - The Hangman, but there are a number of other interesting items on offer as well. I'm particularly interested in checking out McDroid, even though I'm sure I'll be horrible at it, and there's something very appealing about Wimp: Who Stole My Pants?
There are five and a half days left on the offer but, again, you don't want to wait if you want to save the most money.
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