There’s a new bundle on the market, it’s called the Super Shock Bundle and it’s available until 00:00, 25th November GMT – six hours from the time this went live, it’s been up for one hour. It features thirteen indie games for a mere $12.99. I’m British so in real moneys that is £10.56 to be precise, that’s what it’s just charged me for it anyway.
As with most bundles, the games are all DRM free downloadable. Steam keys are available for a number of the games, the ones found on the service.
The thirteen games you get in this bundle are:
- Captain Foraxian
- Cortex Command
- Starseed Pilgrim
- Thirty Flights of Loving
- Deepak Fights Robots
- Probability 0
- Offspring Fling
- Little Gardens
- Puzzle Bots
You get Steam keys for the following: Cortex Command; Home; Thirty Flights of Loving; Offspring Fling; Puzzle Bots and VVVVVV.
I can say with great confidence that Home and VVVVVV are great games to play. I’ve already briefly covered Home back in the Halloween Bundle Roundup. VVVVVV is an excellent little platformer game, some good old-school difficulty but never punishes you by at least having checkpoints. It’s not overly long, three or four hours, but constantly fun throughout.
To be quite frank, this is more than worth it. Home and VVVVVV are great games. I’ve got an interest in Cortex Command, which is why I already own it – just I haven’t had the time to play it yet. Some of the other games also look interesting to me.
The best bet is for you to click the link up at the top, check it out and then if it has any appeal to you, take the plunge.