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Indie Gala Friday Special #12 Now Available

Friday-Special-Bundle-12-March-13Pi Day is this Saturday, so what better way to celebrate with a new Friday Special Bundle from Indie Gala and Capsule Computers. This Friday’s bundle contains 12 indie games. For a minimum of $1, buyers can snag

Streets of Chaos – You are leading a rag-tag group of survivors after the apocalypse. Their survival is in your hands in this strategy/board game.

Orc Attack – A humorous hack’n slash game starring the poor flatulent orcs you’ve slaughtered in the millions during your gaming career.

For a minimum of $2.99, buyers will also get


Leona’s Tricky Adventures – A adventure game with retro graphics featuring a puzzle mechanic inspired by Picross and Bejeweled.

Phoenix Force – A challenging top down shoot ’em up with over 100 levels. Test your dodging skills, as a single hit means death.

HyperRogue – A visual style that will remind you of those colour blindness tests, HyperRogue is a tactical RPG on a hyperbolic plane.


Shelter – Lead your children to safety through the beautiful landscape of Shelter.

Snowcat Simulator – The weather does not always play well, but every day a ski hill is closed is lost business. Master the Snowcat vehicles that make sure visitors have some great snow to ski on.

samurai_jazz – An 8-bit action/adventure inspired by samurai-dramas and film-noir.


Majestic Nights – An episodic action-adventure-thriller about the many conspiracies orchestrated by the guys in black suits.

Proxy Blade Zero – A technical combat revolving around combo-based combat with the Proxy Blade.

Ski-World Simulator – Drive your Snowcat and manage your ski-hill business in this simulator.


Pushcat – A retro puzzle featuring procedurally generated caves and five worlds.

For the first 24 hours of the sale, the top tier is $2.99. After that, the price rises, so grab your copy at Indie Gala.

Jamie Laike Tsui
Jamie Laike Tsui
Jamie is the Managing Editor at Capsule Computers and has covered video games and technology for over a decade. When not playing or writing about video games, he can be found studying law or nerding out on fountain pens and stationery.