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Indieroyale kicks off a Serious Sam Lighting Bundle


4:30 PM on 01.24.2012
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Now that pay-what-you-want indie game bundles have become commonplace, it may be easy to start passing them up. I know I don't get nearly as excited as I used to with both the Humble Bundle and Indieroyale popping up at regular intervals. Indieroyale has announced a new initiative that might just shake that up a bit: Lighting Packs. 

Each Lightning Pack will start with a $2.99 minimum price and will only be available for 100 hours. The goal is to offer a more focused collection of games. Starting today, you can grab the first of these packs featuring the Serious Sam indie spinoffs The Random Encounter, Kamikaze Attack, Double D, and The Greek Encounter. If that weren't enough, you'll also get both Serious Sam: The First Encounter and The Second Encounter

The current minimum is over $4 and the clock's ticking. Get going!






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