fireside at March 7th, 2014 23:24 — #1
Not trying to advertise for this, but it's a great way to look at full indy games very cheaply. 5 bucks and I got 11 games, and they're pretty good. You get the key code and plug them into Steam and download them.
stainless at March 8th, 2014 04:00 — #2
Yes, a mate of mine put it together and has set up a company just to put together more bundles like this.
It's surprisingly hard to get developers to agree to bundles.
thenut at March 8th, 2014 14:47 — #3
A colleague of mine shops there. Personally I just stick with Steam. Not always the best price (often competes with Amazon and g2g), but if I'm going to buy something I do it with the mentality of supporting the devs.
fireside at March 8th, 2014 15:14 — #4
By the time they get to a bundle like this, they are usually on the end of their shelf life. A lot of times, I just want to see how the game was put together. Etherlords 2 is only 5 dollars on Steam and it was in the package. Impressive from what I can tell so far. I couldn't even get Etherlords 1 to run. I have to say there are a few of the games I would consider playing through. Not the best graphically, but solid games.