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12/20/2013
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

For its final, most festive of weeks, The Indie Ordinary Gamer Bundle ( http://bundle-in-a-box.com/) is dropping its minimum price to $0.99 and unlocking a ton for extras for everyone who grabs it!

This means that $0.99 will be buying musical, pixel-arty arcade puzzler QbQbQb, traditional yet 3D shmup Saviors, two-buttons kung fu fighter One Finger Death Punch, horror game Slender: The Five Pages and point-and-click thriller Cognition: Episode 1.

What’s more, $0.99 will also get you 5 great soundtracks (from QbQbQb, Cognition, Hairy Tales, Rooks Keep and The Grave Digger), wallpapers and a selection of artwork.

As for the more generous gamers, well, beating the average will provide them with 6 more excellent and truly indie games:

-the trippy spawn of Lemmings and Chu Chu Rocket Hairy Tales

-smart shovel-‘em-up The Grave Digger

-impressive 3D melee fantasy game Rooks Keep

-the second installment to the dark Erica Reed saga Cognition Episode 2

-minimalist platformer Along Came A Spider

-3D action adventure Isaac The Adventurer

Our bundle though is not just about games. It’s about giving, and that’s why 30% of its profits will be going to the important Able Gamers Foundation; a nonprofit public charity that aims to improve the overall quality of life for those with disabilities through the power of video games.

What’s more $15 for every 100 bundles sold will be going to the Indie Dev Grant

 

 
   
   
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