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    Default Bundles, Bundles everywhere!

    We all know about the humble bundle. They now have the Weekly bundle. There is also the indie royale bundle.

    Has anyone heard of this place. http://groupees.com/bm8 The have a few things in there for a minimum of $1 to a minimum of $5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene View Post
    That link is awesome! I added the RSS feed of that site to my Feedly account so that I can keep an eye on the deals.
    That's what she said.

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    At the risk of being called a noob (although I do prefer the word ignorant), what is "indie" in terms of games? Is there some sort of definition or is it just a type of genre?

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    Quote Originally Posted by McT View Post
    At the risk of being called a noob (although I do prefer the word ignorant), what is "indie" in terms of games? Is there some sort of definition or is it just a type of genre?
    They're usually games made by very small developers with relatively low budgets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene View Post
    They're usually games made by very small developers with relatively low budgets.
    And they are independent from massive publishing houses.
    That's what she said.

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    This bundle actually looks quite attractive at the moment: http://www.bundlestars.com/
    I'm also eyeing the humble bundle, but not the BTA, I only want Dear Ester and Little Inferno.

    I've bought quite a few bundles from Indiegala and HumbleBundle in the past. It works quite well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene View Post
    They're usually games made by very small developers with relatively low budgets.
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    And they are independent from massive publishing houses.
    Appreciated and thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by FriedPet View Post
    This bundle actually looks quite attractive at the moment: http://www.bundlestars.com/
    I'm also eyeing the humble bundle, but not the BTA, I only want Dear Ester and Little Inferno.

    I've bought quite a few bundles from Indiegala and HumbleBundle in the past. It works quite well
    That bundle is worth it just for Two Worlds II. Haven't even played it but I have heard really good things about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooky View Post
    That bundle is worth it just for Two Worlds II. Haven't even played it but I have heard really good things about it.
    Don't listen to this guy, I've played it and it's terrible.

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