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So, instead of creating yet another thread for each and every new bundle, let's just make one unified thread about bundles. Humble Indie Bundle. Indie Royale Bundle. Indie Gala Bundle. Bundle of Bundles with Bundling Bundles Bundle With The Obligatory Word Indie Indie Bundle. Doesn't matter!

But anyway, as of now, these are the currently running bundles I know of:

Humble Indie Bundle

The Humble Indie Bundle is a bundle where you pay what you want. Nothing more, nothing less.

Current bundle: Humble Indie Bundle for Android #2
Zen Bound 2
Avadon: the Black Fortress
Beat the average to get Swords & Soldiers

Former bundles:

Humble Bundle Mojam
Pay what you want for three games, developed in a timespan of 60 hours
Mojang: Catacomb Snatch
Oxeye Game Studio: Fists of Resistance
Wolfire Games: The Broadside Express

Humble Indie Bundle for Android
Beat the average to receive:
World of Goo
Toki Tori

Humble Indie Bundle #4
Super Meat Boy
Night Sky (regular and HD version)
Jamestown (plus Soundtrack)
Pay more than average and get
Gratious Space Battles

Indie Gala Bundle

The Indie Gala Bundle is exactly like the Humble Indie Bundle, but with the difference in that you will only get Steam keys. Also, the sale ends when all bundles have been sold out.

Current bundle: Indie Gala #3
Trapped Dead
Greed: Black Borders
Future Wars
Pay more than the average to get:
Grotesque Tactics
Twin Sector

Former bundles:

Indie Gala #2
Critical Mass
Fortix 2
Bunch Of Heroes
Hacker Evolution
Fruit Blitz (Android)
Casey Lalonde - Skitter EP
Giraffage - Comfort
The Numbers - Beautiful EP
Robot Science - Good Luck
Beat the average to get:
Greed Corp
Casey LaLonde - Thank You
Jack Butler - Fit The Paradigm
Robot Science - Square
Pay even more to receive Indie Gala #1

Indie Gala #1
Zombie Shooter 2
Hacker Evolution: Duality
Your Doodles Are Bugged!
Pay more than the average and get:
Zombie Shooter 1
Hacker Evolution: Untold
inMomentum Original Soundtrack the official soundtrack of InMomentum, composed by Gareth Coker
Your Doodles Are Bugged! Bonus doodles
Zombie Shooter Main Theme
Also as a bonus game for the extended time:

Indie Royale

The Indie Royale Bundle is a bundle where you pay a minimum price, but with a catch. With each subsequent purchase, the price will increase. You can however lower this price for other people if you pay enough money.

Current bundle: Lightning NINJA Pack
Ancients of Ooga
Cloning Clyde
A Kingdom for Keflings
Outpost Kaloki

Former bundles:

St. Patrick's Day Bundle
Hard Reset
Jolly Rover
Vertex Dispenser
DLC Quest
BONUS: Lair of the Evildoer

Alpha Collection
Wyv and Keep

The Blackwell Trilogy: Remastered
Dino D-Day
The Oil Blue
People who pre-ordered or paid enough to lower the price will receive Rush Coil's '8-Bit Christmas' chiptune

Nuclear Dawn
Max & The Magic Marker
Super Crossfire
Pay more than the minimum or pre-order and get George & Jonathan's raved-about electronic chiptune funk album 'Beautiful Lifestyle'

Serious Sam: First and Second Encounter
Serious Sam: The Random Encounter
Serious Sam: Double D
Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack!
Serious Sam: The Greek Encounter

The Indie Face Kick Bundle
This so far is the bundle that is both the most expensive (base price is $10, pre-orders get 20% discount), but also has a decent amount of games.

Current bundle: Indie Face Kick Wham Bam Bundle
Booster Trooper
Dead Horde
Sol Survivor
Still Life 2
Greed: Black Border
Pay for the Indie Face Kick Wham Bam Pow! Bundle and get a limited edition t-shirt as a bonus

Little Big Bunch

Just like most of the pay-what-you-want bundle, you can pay what you want, as long as it's at least 1.50 in your own currency. Also note that this uses its own distribution service, meaning that there are no Desura or Steam keys.

Alternative url:

Little Big Bunch

Current bundle: none

Previous bundles:

Bundle #1
Frozen Synapse
New Star Soccer 5
Oddworld: Munch's Odyssey
Serious Sam: Double D


Apparently this bundle is specifically made for Christmas, at least for Christmas 2011, but if it changes, I'll update it. It's exactly like the other bundles, only you pay once, and gift the game to how many friends you gift it to.

Current bundle: none

Former bundles:

The Indie Game Christmas Bundle
Captain Backwater
Absolute Blue
Temple Of Tangram
Break the average and get the UNRELEASED easy to use Level Editor for Captain Backwater
Pay at least $6.99 and you'll get an additional mp3 soundtrack for free

Indie Games Sixpack

The Indie Games Sixpack has a fixed price, but you'll get a discount if you share it on Facebook.

Current bundle: none

Indie Game Music Bundle

The Indie Game Music Bundle isn't a bundle that gives away games, but soundtracks to indie games. The minimum price is $1, but pay a bit more and you can get bonus albums.

Current bundle: none

Former bundles:

Bundle #2
Sword & Sworcery
To the Moon
Indie Mashup EP: Sharing is Caring
Pay more than $10 to get:
8-bit Pimp
Mighty Switch Force
Cat Astro Phi
Machinarum Bonus EP
Tower of Heaven
Eternal Daughter
Songs for the Cure
Shuttle Scuttle
Add $5 to your total and receive bundle #1, which contains:
Minecraft: Volume Alpha
Super Meat Boy: Digital Soundtrack
PPPPPP (soundtrack to VVVVVV)
Impostor Nostalgia
Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion
A.R.E.S. Extinction Agenda
Return All Robots!
Mighty Milky Way / Mighty Flip Champs
Tree of Knowledge
Top contributors get special prizes

The AGS Bake Sale Bundle

A bundle full of games made with the Adventure Game Studio engine. There is a minimum price, but all proceeds go to Child's Play Charity. Might be a one-time bundle.

Current bundle:
9 Months In
Abner The Amazing
Barn Runner: The Rich Dame Who Cut The Cheese
Ben Chandler, Paranormal Investigator - In Search Of The Sweets Tin
Escape The Barn
Falling Skyward
Indiana Rodent and the Raiders Of The Lost Cheese
The Rail
RAM Ghost
Red Volition
Zombie Attack

A collection of bundles, both for indie music as well as indie games. You pay a minimum of $1, and part of the proceeds go to charity.

Current bundle: none

Former bundles:

Be Mine Indie Game Bundle
An indie bundle where pay what you want with a minimum of $1, and where you get Steam activation codes.
Groupees Be Mine Special EP
Xotic (PC)
Sideway New York (PC)
Wasteland Angel (PC)
BEEP (Mac, PC)
The Ball (PC)
WXP Games DLCs (Mac)
Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals (PC)


If there are any other bundles or any updates on any bundles, feel free to post them. Also a nice place to discuss older bundles and how much your bundle is better than others.

Also, I type too much.
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  • Chyron8472 wrote: »
    but I couldn't care less about Atom Zombie Smasher, Voxatron or Crayon Physics, for example.

    Both are really good games.
  • Also: You OWN Crayon Physics.

    Yes, but if I recall, it has been offered in 3 or 4 bundles. And having played it, I can confirm that I don't care about it and would rather it was not taking up space in my Steam Library.

    Now you'll say "But you don't have to add them to Steam." No, I don't. On the one hand, If I don't add any games to Steam, I'll forget what I have. On the other hand, if I add them all beforehand I'll have games I don't care about filling up space there.

    What I should really do is try a game before I add it.

    EDIT: I could say similar about The Binding of Isaac. I know various people on here like it, but 2D Zelda it is not. I think IGN defined it's aesthetic as "cutesy grossness," and one might call that original, but having played the game myself, I can say that I don't particularly care for it. Now, when I say "I could say similar," what I mean is that (now that I recall), I bought the Voxatron bundle with particular interest in getting The Binding of Isaac as people on here claim to like it and I wanted to have a first-hand opinion. Unlike Crayon Physics (which I feel is a waste of time for anyone over the age of 7), I am glad I played Isaac so that I can talk about it, but again I'd rather it wasn't taking up room in my Steam Library.

    ...or perhaps I should just have a category called Misc., Other or Trash or something similar, and put all the Steam games I don't play in it. Maybe that would work.

    EDIT AGAIN: Having my Humble keys resent to my email while writing this post, I can elaborate on having said "I haven't been keeping up with too many of the bundles" by including that the indie bundles I have bought are Humble #3 (which comes with #2), Humble Voxatron (for Isaac), Humble Frozen Synapse (as a gift, as yet unredeemed; I already have a Steam copy of FS), and the Xmas Bundle (which I got specifically for Blackwell).
  • Stop insulting my games of the year. ;)
    Seriously. The Binding Of Isaac is my game of the year without any doubt.
    Crayon Physics was a great game. The deluxe version is a lot easier but still enjoyable if you set yourself some goals.
  • If you didn't get the Voxatron bundle, I *urge* you to get Dredmor today.

    I looked at my Voxatron Bundle, and didn't see Dredmore on it. According to wiki, it was in the Humble Introversion Bundle and I didn't get that. So, maybe.

    EDIT: Yes, okay. Dredmore Complete (ie. Dredmore w/ DLC) is currently on Steam for $1.87. So yes I'll get it, lol.
  • By the way, four days until the Indie Royale XMAS Bundle ends, but if there was any reason to get this bundle, I'd have to say the Blackwell series. Sure it's made in AGS, but hell, it's fun.
  • What's wrong with AGS?

    In essense, nothing, but it might be considered cheating.
  • Cheating...what? I'm still not following.
  • Cheating...what? I'm still not following.
    He means that the games weren't created from scratch, they were made using Adventure Game Studio, a tool specifically designed to make adventure games.

    I don't think it's cheating either, but whatever.
  • He means that the games weren't created from scratch, they were made using Adventure Game Studio, a tool specifically designed to make adventure games.

    I don't think it's cheating either, but whatever.

    I'd agree, since AGS is still pretty hard to use!
    (And there's still a lot of work involved in the other areas of game design. In this case especially, since the engine is probably he least labour intensive element of making an adventure game!)
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