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Indie Gala Friday Special #17 Now Available


TGIF! Indie Gala and Capsule Computers is ending June with a bang, bundling 12 indie games for one low price. Those who pay more than $1.00 will snag:

BloodNet – A classic adventure from 1993 updating the classic Gothic vampire genre with gritty cyberpunk.


Rex Nebular and the Cosmic Gender Bender – Another classic adventure from the early 90’s, Rex Nebular is a interstellar adventurer on a quest to return a vase to its owner.

The Defenders: The Second Wave – Bring up to three friends to survive against 50 waves of increasingly difficult enemies in this action platformer.

For a minimum purchase of $2.89, buyers will get:


Treeker: The Lost Glasses – A first person adventure about a pair of legendary glasses in a forgotten island full of secrets.

Siralim – A rogue-lite RPG chock full of randomly generated dungeons and quests.

Woolfe – The Red Hood Diaries – Red Riding Hood is about to dish a can of whoop-ass as she looks to avenge the death of her parents.


Hypt – You are a brand new form of anti-malware program that can go into a computer and turn the malware’s ability against itself.

Shadow Ops: Red Mercury – An FPS from 2004 that was one of the earliest implementations of the lean functionality.

Sirius Online – A space MMORPG currently in Early Access inspired by the likes of Freelancer.


Gunship! – A retro flight sim that puts you into the cockpit of some of the finest helicopters in the middle of a not so Cold War between Russia and NATO.

Slave Zero – Gear up in a giant mecha and get ready to shoot your way through a giant 7 mile high city.

Global Ops: Commando Libya – Chase deadly terrorists and arms smugglers across the world before they can detonate a nuclear weapon.

For the first 24 hours of the sale, the entire bundle can be purchased for $2.89. After that, the price goes up, so grab your copy at Indie Gala now!

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.