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IndieRoyale serves up "Difficult 2nd Bundle"


7:30 PM on 11.10.2011
IndieRoyale serves up



Okay everyone, IndieRoyale has moved on from the Launch Bundle and is now making available the long-teased "Difficult 2nd Bundle". A bear appears to be serving the platter this time which seems a bit stran-- ooooh I get it!

This time around the games bundled together are NightSky, Scoregasm, Fate of the World, Ben There, Dan That! & Time Gentlemen, Please! Of course, there's a price to pay for this bundle; the more people that buy it, the higher the minimum price eventually becomes. You can pay higher than the current price if you wish (that would make you an awesome person), which in turn brings down the current minimum price to pay for the bundle. 

The Difficult 2nd Bundle [IndieRoyale]






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