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Indie Royale unveil the St. Patrick's Day Bundle

9:00 PM on 03.15.2012 // Alasdair Duncan
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Ah, St. Patrick's Day: when most of the Western world gets steaming drunk on green beer thanks to every single persons' temporary Irish heritage. If you all can put down your Guinness for a few minutes then you can purchase a pretty great bundle of PC games for the next four days.

Indie Royale have unveiled their latest bundle in time St. Patrick's Day which includes the old school PC shooter Hard Reset, point and click adventure game Jolly Rover, math puzzler Vertex Dispenser and the satirical DLC Quest

As always, the price for the bundle is pay what you want with a current minimum of £3.18 but as always the sooner you buy, the cheaper the bundle is. I know there's been a slight backlash on bundles like these after a swathe of them towards the end of last year but they still offer great value for money. Just over £3 for Hard Reset is a bargain on its own. 



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