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Indie Royale debuts the 'Really Big Bundle'

Nov 29 // Jason Cabral
   @jasondcabral

Fresh from the fine folks at Indie Royale, their newest indie gaming bundle has just gone live. The "Really Big Bundle" features five great indie games: Really Big Sky, Runespell: Overture, Eufloria, Cthulhu Saves the World, and Breath of Death VII.

Really Big Sky features 12 playable game modes, with frantic shmup gameplay and mind-bending visuals. Runespell: Overture offers a unique take on card games, with its fantasy setting and fantastic music. IGF finalist Eufloria brings its brand of real-time strategy with serene and calming atmosphere. Zeboyd Games' indie role-playing game gems Cthulhu Saves the World and Breath of Death VII help round out the bundle.

By this time around, most indie gamers know the payment model for Indie Royale. The "Really Big Bundle" will be available for five days, and the more people pick up the bundle the higher the minimum amount goes. For the "Really Big Bundle," if you choose to pay more than the minimum then you will also receive a copy of Disasterpiece's chiptune album "Rise of the Obsidian Interstellar." You're sure to find something to like in this bundle, no matter your tastes.


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