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Indie Royale rings in the season with the Xmas Bundle

Dec 12 // Jason Cabral
   @jasondcabral

Just in time for the holidays, Indie Royale has come out with a new bundle for the indie gamer on your list. The Xmas Bundle features four games: The Blackwell Trilogy: Remastered, Eets, Dino D-Day and The Oil Blue.

The Blackwell Trilogy: Remastered brings added features and voice acting, as well as developer commentary to this series of point-and-clink adventure titles. Eets, from Klei Entertainment of Shank fame, gives a unique spin to Lemmings-style puzzle gameplay and also gives players over 200 user-created levels as a bonus.

Dino D-Day offers fast-paced World War II FPS combat with creatures from the Mesozoic Era in this interesting multiplayer title. The Oil Blue gives players a chance to sink their hands into the oil business, by managing drill sites, exploring islands, and selling your oil at the highest price.

Indie Royale is offering up some very interesting games for this bundle; and if you're still searching for a nice little gift for an indie gamer who's been good all year long, then you can't do much better than the Xmas Bundle.


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