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Indie Royale Xmas Bundle 2.0 includes Offspring Fling


3:00 AM on 12.19.2012
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Indie Royale's Xmas Bundle 2.0 seems like another solid line-up of games you might not own already. For around five bucks, they're offering Colour Bind, Offspring Fling!, Serious Sam Double D, Serious Sam: The Random Encounter, Puzzle Bots, and Little Kingdom. Every title except for that last one is redeemable on Steam, and they all come with keys for Desura redemption.

By paying $8 or more, the bundle will also include a chiptune album Rhythm'n'Bits by Yoann Turpin and an exclusive game jam title developed by Kyle Pulver called Namiko.






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