By John Walker on February 10th, 2014 at 7:00 pm.
Indie Gala’s latest bundle looks a rather nice one. The IndieGala Intersellar packs in Cubicity, Interstellar Marines and Rush Bros. all for a buck, and then Beast Boxing Turbo, Sang-Froid: Tales Of Werewolves, Interstellar Marines’ Spearhead Edition, and PixelJunk Shooter for $6. Or more, of course. And they’ve just added in another game (although the website doesn’t acknowledge it yet), Finding Teddy.
I have to admit, as Everything That Is Wrong With The Games Industry, I hadn’t even realised Finding Teddy was out yet – it came out in December. PixelJunk Shooter, Beast Boxing Turbo and Cubicity have only been out since November. And Interstellar Marines is still in Early Access. This is a pretty smack-up-to-date way to pick up a bundle of indies at a really very low price.
Like Humble, IndieGala lets you split the money as you wish, with charity Able Gamers benefiting from purchases, as well as an unannounced project called Gala Project X, a videogame they’ve yet to reveal. And you can redeem almost all of them on Steam – Cubicity is currently stuck in Greenlight, but on Desura.