Posts Tagged ‘bundle in a box’

Run, Don’t Trundle, To The New Bundle In A Box

By Alec Meer on April 2nd, 2013.


Oops, we very nearly missed the boat on the latest Bundle In A Box, which ends within approximately 10 hours of the time of writing. If you fancy a pay-what-you-want grab-bag of lesser-known indie curios and delights, you should get on that right away. Dinner Date and Phantasmaburbia are perhaps the best-known of the main contents, though really I’m on board for anything called Necrotic Drift Deluxe.
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What’s In The Eclectic Bundle In A Box?

By Craig Pearson on December 7th, 2012.

Read the title like you're Brad Pitt
Would David Fincher’s Se7en be any better if the revelation at the end was that the box contained a pile of indie games for almost no money at all? It would certainly be less psychologically damaging to Brad Pitt to discover the Lovecraft inspired platformer Eversion in there instead of (a box of fluffy kittens for sale – spoiler ed). And while he lived happily ever after he could think back to that lovely day when he and Morgan Freeman and Kevin Spacey all hung out in a dusty field playing indie games. That’s the power of cheap indie games, people: they make you forget someone killed loads of people in really horrible ways.
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DRM Released With Bundle In A Box!

By Jim Rossignol on September 15th, 2012.


Sorry, sorry everyone. Just my gently trolling in the headline there, because the DRM I refer to is Rob Fearon’s Death Ray Manta. Bundle In a Box is, in fact, DRM-free. It’s a fresh bundle with a minimum price of $0.99. It also includes Armalyte, Dark Scavenger, Space Giraffe and The Wreckless. Then there are four more games for beating the average price, and a whole host of unlockable extras, which are detailed on the site. Go take a look.

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Wot I Think: The Sea Will Claim Everything

By Adam Smith on May 31st, 2012.

Currently debuting exclusively in the Bundle in a Box, which contains several superb adventure games, The Sea Will Claim Everything is Jonas Kyratzes’ first commercial game. With illustrations by Verena Kyratzes that could happily sit in the kind of book that would have made ten-year old Adam very happy indeed and overflowing with imagination and creativity, it’s wordy and, at times, wonderful, but then there are the other times. Here’s wot I think.

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Setting Sale: The Adventure Bundle (In A Box)

By Richard Cobbett on May 23rd, 2012.

If they were nice, they'd do it for Planescape: Torment too.
Adventure, ho! In the sense of heading out, of course, not issuing a demand to an unimaginative lady of the night. This latest pay-more-or-less-what-you-want bundle to hit the net is a pretty good deal, with seven games for the usual pay-more-or-less-what-you want, including Gemini Rue and a brand new offering called The Sea Will Claim Everything, a bit of charity, and an interesting way to help kickstart a new developer without spending a penny extra.

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