Remember the Indie Game Music Bundle where you were able to pick up ten game soundtracks for a mere dollar? Well, it's back, and with a pretty snazzy twist. Those who want to dish out another dollar will get the soundtracks to Aquaria, Sword & Sorcery, To The Moon, Jamestown, and Machinarium. A pretty great deal as is as these are some of the biggest indie game soundtracks of 2011, but if you want to dish out $10, you'll get nine more soundtracks including Shatter (my favorite soundtrack of 2010), Jake Kaufman's recent (and amazing) Mighty Switch Force!, the chiptacular Tower of Heaven, and A_Rival's 8-bit Pimp among others.
Last Friday we shared the details of an awesome GOG.com contest where you could win one of 41 games just by identifying five pieces of videogame music. Here are the answers! I've received word from GOG that they've already begun sending out codes. Were you able to name each of the five songs? Let us know in the comments if you were one of the lucky winners! (And which game you chose!)more
GamersGate has got a glut of offers on this weekend, reducing the Jagged Alliance games and the Men of War franchises by up to 75%. Also on GamersGate, Metro 2033 is cut down by 66% off its usual price. Over on GreenManG...more
[Update: Contest over! Here's the link to the answers; were you one of the lucky winners?] In the mood for some good old (and not so old) games on the cheap? GOG.com is holding a pretty awesome 50% off promotion for its 41-g...more