If you’re a PC gamer with a disposable income, the chances are high that you have a massive backlog of ‘to play, one day’ games. Steam sales and indie bundle deals (like this latest one from Indie Royale) mean that great, lengthy titles are available for literal pennies. Superb for the consumer in theory; up to the point where said consumer has more games than he or she can ever hope to play in a lifetime.
Still, if you haven’t yet reached that point of oversaturation, this latest ‘sort of pay what you like’ collection could be of interest. It includes Fate of the World, Scoregasm, NightSky and Ben There, Dan That!/Time Gentlemen, Please! and at the time of writing it costs $2.14 USD.
For a summary of how the pricing works, cast your mind back to the debut Indie Royale bundle. In brief: it starts cheap, and gets more expensive (unless someone beats the asking price).
But please, think carefully about whether you’ll actually play these games before buying them.
Source: indieroyale.com

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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