Folks who regularly follow the indie market likely already know about the Humble Indie Bundle or the regular Indie Royale bundles. Well there’s a new horse in that race in the form of the Bundle In A Box – Adventure Bundle.
As the title suggests, this particular bundle features high-quality adventure games including the debut of The Sea Will Claim Everything by developer Jonas Kyratzes. There are six more titles in the pack including:
- Gemini Rue
- Metal Dead
- The Shivah
- Ben There, Dan That!
- Time Gentlemen, Please!
- 1893: A World’s Fair Mystery which is a text-based adventure game available for download for the first time via this bundle.
All downloads will be DRM-free, and the majority are also available via Steam and Desura. As with most indie bundles, the payment model is a pay-what-you-want system, and the more you pay, the more that keeps the bundle cost down. Metal Dead and The Shivah are only available to consumers who pay more than the average price.
As with a number of indie bundles, games aren’t the only packaged content. The bonuses this time around include the Gemini Rue soundtrack and the Metal Dead Making Of booklet that is available exclusively through this bundle. The former is already available and the latter will unlock when certain sales milestones are hit.
There are good works associated with this bundle. Sales from the Adventure Bundle will go towards supporting The Hellenic Centre for Mental Health and Treatment of Child and Family. The charity work doesn’t stop there as this bundle also marks the launch of the Indie Dev Grant aimed at helping out smaller indie developers. It’s great to see that they’re covering both a charitable organization and also helping give back to fellow developers like themselves.
There are only a few days left in the sale, so go check it out now. There are some great games and bonuses at great prices (currently around $1) and it’s also for a pair of good causes.
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