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Some of the best Xbox Live Indies bundled for PC


11:00 PM on 07.24.2013



In collaboration with Indie Gamer Chick, Indie Royale has put out a new bundle that's essentially a "greatest hits" compilation of the Xbox Live Indie Games channel. There are gems to be found for those who take the time to really dig and these titles -- Dead Pixels, Chester, Antipole, LaserCat, Smooth Operators, Little Racers STREET, Spyleaks, and Orbitron: Revolution -- are up there among the best of them.

All eight games are playable on Windows via digital distributor Desura, while Dead Pixels can additionally be redeemed for Steam. The bundle is sitting at a price point of around $4 at the time of writing. Paying $8 or more will get you extras in the form of three albums from Gavin Harrison (Gunslugs, Neoteria, and INC).






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