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Pixeljam cares: Get the Octology for $1 (or more!)


7:48 PM on 06.27.2013



The Pixeljam library of releases is one of gaming's many under-appreciated treasure holes. These Adult Swim Games veterans have seen plenty of success in their time, though many of their more interesting, independent projects haven't gotten the play that they deserve. 

If you are among the masses that have yet to experience such wonders as PotatoMan Seeks the Troof! and Dino Run, then boy are you in luck. The Pixeljam dudes have packed those two into a bundle of with 6 other digital items (including games, art tools, and soundtracks) and have presented them to you for just one dollar. The top contributors will get physical rewards as well (whatever that means). It's a nice incentive to take it to the limit if you're so inclined. 

Thanks for the games Pixeljam, and thanks for the amazing trailer. It makes the kittens sing. 






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