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October 2013 Indie Game Bundle Update

Another week, another opportunity to look through the indie game bundles that have either just come up, or are still available. This week is mostly filled with returning indie game bundles, so there’s a good chance you’ve already bought a few of them. A handful of newbies have showed up though. For example, there’s a new Indie Royale compilation, a Big Bad Bundle, and, for those who don’t mind seeing some major games slip in, a Call of Duty bundle. No matter what you’re looking for, your needs will be covered.

If you love indie games, there’s another site you should check today too. Now, this isn’t an indie game bundle, but the Not on Steam promotion is still pretty big. It’s a sale that’s running until October 8, 2013, and highlights a number of indie games that aren’t on Steam yet. Maybe they’re Greenlight candidates. Maybe they’re still in development. The point is, they aren’t there and during this event, you can get the ones you want for up to 50% off.

GamerTell’s Best Indie Game Bundle Pick: Bundle Stars Indie Jam 3

  • Big Bad Bundle: This is a three level bundle where spending $1, $5, or $8 gets you different assortments of games. If you pay $1, you get Hamlet (Windows) and Hack, Slash, Loot (Windows). For $5, you get the $1 games, Adventures of Shuggy (Windows) and Tobe’s Vertical Adventure (Windows). Pay $8 or more and you get all the previous games, as well as Cargo Commander (Windows, Mac), Vessel (Windows), and an as-yet-unrevealed game.
  • Bundle Stars Blaze of Glory: Pay $2.46 to get Commander: Conquest of the Americas Gold (Windows), WWIII: Black Gold (Windows), KnightShift (Windows), East Indie Company Gold (Windows), and WWII Panzer Claws 1 & 2 (Windows).
  • Bundle Stars Indie Jam 3: For $5.04, you get Sanctum (Windows, Mac), A.R.E.S. Extinction Agenda (Windows), Two Worlds: Epic Edition (Windows), Joint Task Force (Windows), Nexus: The Jupiter Incident (Windows), Commandos 3: Destination Berlin (Windows), Garshasp: Temple of the Dragon (Windows), Battlepaths (Windows), and Dear Esther (Windows, Mac).
  • Bundle Stars Indie Rush Bundle: Pay $3.53 to get Rush Bros. (Windows, Mac), Velvet Assassin (Windows, Mac), The Tiny Bang Story (Windows, Mac), Lunar Flight (Windows, Mac), Glow Fish (Windows, Mac), and Bad Bots (Windows, Mac).
  • Bundle Stars Masters of Strategy Bundle: For $3.05, you get Tropico 3: Steam Special Edition(Windows), Earth 2160 (Windows), Patrician IV – Steam Special Edition (Windows), Restaurant Empire 2 (Windows), and Jagged Alliance 2 – Wildfire (Windows).
  • Bundle Stars Ultimate Commandos Bundle: Pay $2.25 to get Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines (Windows), Commandos: Beyond the Call of Duty (Windows), Commandos 2: Men of Courage (Windows), and Commandos 3: Destination Berlin (Windows).
  • Flying “Welcome” Bundle: Pay $1 to get Beep (Windows), Bob Came in Pieces (Windows, Mac), Gasharp: The Monster Slayer (Windows), Micy Roll (Windows, Mac), Plith (Windows, Mac, Linux), and Retention (Windows). Pay at least $3.50 to also get Bridge It (Windows), Clones (Windows), Gasharp: Temple of the Dragon (Windows), Ittle Dew (Windows, Mac, Linux), and The Polynomial – Space of the music (Windows, Mac, Linux) added to your bundle.
  • The Free Bundle 9: This installment highlights the free games Dungelot (Windows, Mac), The Indie Game Legend (Windows), Major Maox (Windows), Streemerz (Windows), and Savage XR (Windows, Mac, Linux).
  • Groupees Build a Bundle 7: Choose from Duke Nukem (Windows, Mac), Duke Nukem 2 (Windows, Mac), Retrovirus (Windows), Zack Zero (Windows), Primal Fears (Windows), Oknytt (Windows), Frogatto & Friends (Windows, Mac) and Cloudphobia (Windows) to make a custom game bundle that costs at least $0.75-$4.67. All bundles, regardless of size, will includeProject Aftermath (Windows), the BigHead BASH In-game Content pack (Windows, Mac), and soon Hydrophobia Prophecy (Windows).
  • Groupees KISS 2: You can build a custom bundle, choosing from the following games and paying the dictated minimum at checkout. Titles available include International Snooker (Windows, Mac), Hypersonic 4 (Windows), Ampu-Tea (Windows), Steam Heroes (Windows), Shadows on the Vatican Act 1: Greed (Windows), Bloop (Windows), Radical Roach (Windows), Grimind (Windows, Mac, Linux), Super Killer Hornet (Windows), and Night of the Living Dead Defense (Windows). The 39 Steps (Windows, Mac, Linux) comes with every bundle, regardless of size.
  • Humble Mobile Bundle 2: This is an Android game bundle. Pay whatever you want to get Star Command, Time Surfer, Punch Quest, and Bloons TD 5. Pay over the average to also get Ravensword: Shadowlands, Carmageddon, Karateka Classic, QWOP, and God of Blades.
  • Humble Weekly Sale: This week Nordic Games titles are on sale. If you pay at least $1, you get Red Faction: Armageddon (Windows), Supreme Commander (Windows), Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance (Windows), The Guild 2 (Windows), and the Neighbors from Hell Compilation (Windows). Pay over $6 to also get Painkiller: Hell & Damnation (Windows), ArcaniA (Windows), Darksiders II (Windows), and SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny (Windows).
  • Indie Royale’s The Debut 5 Bundle: If you pay the current minimum or more, you get Oknytt (Windows), Jamsouls (Windows), The Curse of Nordic Cove (Windows), Bret Airborne (Windows), Millenium: A New Hope (Windows), FromPulse (Windows), and one unrevealed game.
  • Stacksocial’s The Call of Duty Bundle: If you pay $39.99, you get Call of Duty 2 (Windows), Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Windows), and Call of Duty: Black Ops (Windows), as well as the Call of Duty: Black Ops Anihilation & Escalation and Rezurrection Content Packs.

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