Christmas is almost here, but what do you buy your PC savvy pal/partner/boss/lover? He already has a USB controlled foam dart launcher which he uses to terrorise the cat, and you could never afford that ultra deluxe mouse with anti-niknaks dust gathering texture on it. So how about some cheap indie games then?
Pony up a pay what you want amount of cash, and you’ll score the following games before Christmas this year:
- Snapshot – Side-scrolling puzzle game
- The Binding of Isaac – Top down RPG shooter
- Shank 2 – 2D side-scrolling action game
- Closure – Platform puzzler
In addition to those games, you’ll also get Indie Game: The Movie, which chronicles the development of several such titles, as well as a few soundtracks to go with those games. Pay more than the average of $6.35 (R55) for those games, and you’ll unlock two more titles;
- The Legend of Grimrock – Old school dungeon crawler
- Dungeon Defenders – Action/RPG Tower defense
The majority of the games also come with DLC where relevant, so set your own price, and donate some monies to charity before you find yourself on the naughty list gain this year.
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