June 22nd, 2017

That’s wizard: All Magicka and King Arthur games in latest Indie Gala

Magicka The Other Side of the Coin (1)

OH LOOK, ANOTHER INDIE BUNDLE. WHAT A SURPRISE. No, no, I kid; this one from Indie Gala is actually pretty decent.

Much like a sleazy used car salesman, Indie Gala are offering you a variety of payment schemes. You can pay $1 (or more) and get your hands on Magicka, Arrowhead and Paradox’s manic co-op wizarding adventure. If you pay $4.99 or more, you’ll also get 8 DLC packs for Magicka thrown in, which I’m not going to list here, but which do include Magicka: Vietnam and a selection of items and versus/challenge maps.

But you can also pay more than $5.99. If you do that, not only do you get Magicka with 13 DLC packs, but you also get King Arthur: The Role-Playing Wargame plus DLC, the sequel tie-in King Arthur: Fallen Champions, and King Arthur II: The Roleplaying Wargame with the Dead Legions DLC.

In short, $6 for more Magicka and King Arthur than you can fit in a cauldron. Considering how amusing Magicka is and how enjoyable King Arthur is (according to the game’s Steam page, our man Peter Parrish gave it a 9/10 and said it is “without doubt, the most fun I’ve had with a strategy game this year”, that year being 2009) that’s not a bad price at all. Particularly if you consider that buying King Arthur on its own will set you back £8.

Pop on over to the Indie Gala page for more details.

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  • Tim McDonald

    Tim has been playing PC games for longer than he’s willing to admit. He’s written for a number of publications, but has been with PC Invasion – in all its various incarnations – for over a decade. When not writing things about games, Tim can occasionally be found speedrunning some really terrible ones, making people angry in Dota 2, or playing something obscure and random. He’s also weirdly proud of his status as (probably) the Isle of Man’s only professional games journalist.