HomePlatformPCIndie Gala Friday Special Bundle #21 Now Available

Indie Gala Friday Special Bundle #21 Now Available

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TGIF! Enjoy your weekend with 12 great indie games in Indie Gala’s Friday Special Bundle #21.

For a minimum of $1.00, buyers get a copy of

Super Cyborg – A hard core run and gun platformer inspired by old school games.

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Job the Leprechaun – A retro styled platformer inspired platformer that follows Job on his quest to rescue his friend Eri.

Masterspace – A universe full of planets are ripe for exploration, mining, and building in this open world game.

For a minimum purchase of $2.99 in the first 24 hours of the sale will net buyers

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Energy Balance – A space theme number puzzle that mixes a little bit of Sudoku with a bit of Picross

Rooms: The Main Building – Try to escape in this point and click adventure set in a house full of rooms that can be moved around by the player.

Oniken – A high challenging action platformer inspired by the 1980s.

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Absconding Zatwor – Randy Crow has been found guilty for a murder he didn’t commit. Now, his only ticket to freedom is to escape the brutal Zatwor prison.

Human Extinction Simulator – A turn based strategy game based purely on skill, so no RNGs in sight.

Stray Cat Crossing – Help Cat find her way home in a bizarre and horrific world.

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Ted By Dawn – This humourous homage to Mega ManMetroid, and zombie flicks challenge players in a game of pure skill.

Stick RPG 2: Director’s Cut – The expanded version of the hit Flash game from XGen Studios.

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National Zombie Park – How long can you survive in this rogue-like set in a national park packed with brain eating zombies?

For the first 24 hours of the sale, the entire bundle is only $2.99. Grab your copy at Indie Gala before the price goes up.

 

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.