Giveaway: 10 x Bundle Stars Pure Indie Bundle

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Pure Indie Bundle from Bundle Stars is:

Iron Grip Marauders (PC and Mac):: As captain of a horde of airship-borne raiders, players in this MMO turn-based strategy game roam the vast regions of Kathos in search of good smuggling opportunities and wealthy targets to raid. The bundle provides games with 100 gems, worth $10, to unlock in-game.

Power Of Defense (PC and Mac): Provides a mix of strategy and tower-defense with the aim of defending the world from evil robots. Players must use their own robots to battle this evil, combining power to gain strategic advances. Steam key.

Shattered Haven (PC and Mac): This Environmental Puzzle Game sees Grays roaming the land, largely in the absence of human interference. Animals spontaneously transform into twisted, violent beings and the earth decays, collapsing into a network of abysses. Players must solve environmental puzzles under pressure and figure out how to use the tools, traps and weapons in each level to clear the Grays. Steam key.

Tidalis (PC and Mac): This block-based puzzle game is brimming over with riffs and variants with 20 game modes, dozens of special blocks and items, and 115 levels in the adventure mode alone. Tidalis can be played in single-player, two-player co-op and competitive play modes. Steam key.

Data Jammers: Fastforward (PC): This adrenalin-fuelled three dimensional driving and destruction game is set within a retro wireframe world of impossible race tracks. As an elite virtual commando gamers are tasked with one purpose: to infiltrate the virtual vaults of Ouroboros, the Military Industrial Complex, to take down its system. Steam key.

Brainpipe (PC and Mac): Is an easy-to-pick-up first person game of real-time spatial navigation and quick reflexes. Supported by hypnotic graphics, ear tickling sound effects and immersive dreamscape music, the game’s free floating, forward moving intensity gradually increases from serene to frenetic. Steam key

Lunar Pack (PC) This double pack contains two platform games Lunnye Devitsy and Wake. In Lunnye players are tasked with helping an alien find his way home by exploring strange locations and meeting mysterious characters. In Wake an engineer is trapped on a sinking ship and the aim is to get him back to the surface above without getting caught by bullets, fire, electricity and lasers! Steam key.

Gumboy: Crazy Adventures (PC): In this indie platform game players will have loads of fun using Gumboy’s extraordinary rubbery characteristics – rolling, bouncing, jumping, flying and floating, as well as changing its size, shape and material, to complete the game. Steam key.
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Frederik Bukowski

Author: Frederik Bukowski

Raised on Amiga 500 and NES, Frederik is a big fan of all things retro. Hobbies include riding a bike, reading comics and binge-watching Netflix until his eyes bleed.

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58 comments
Sean
Sean

Unfortunately not

Mark
Mark

Yes, I would. It'd be better if they were on Steam, but it's not a hard-and-fast rule for me :)

Francesco
Francesco

Sure I'd buy it! Who cares if a game is on steam or not? O_o I have a lot of retail games still!

zxcymn
zxcymn

Nah, too hard to keep track otherwise.

sam0kramer
sam0kramer

Depends if they're like really good? But I don't think that super popular games will ever NOT be on steam. So I don't think I will.

Sir Kero
Sir Kero

Already have! (Bundle in a Box Space and Ecclectic)

Ric Galletly
Ric Galletly

Definitely. As long as I could find out about them in the first place and a few reviews to find out if they're good

Jason
Jason

If the games looked REALLY cool, i would most likely buy them.

CyberOtter
CyberOtter

If I really want the games from the bundle, of course I would buy it, even if they aren't on Steam.

Leon
Leon

Yes because good games are good no matter where they are.

James
James

YES I WOULD ALL DAY EVERYDAY

Milan
Milan

Probably not

Emanuel
Emanuel

Yes, because even the non-Steam games can be good.

Evilcheez86
Evilcheez86

Yes. I'm a huge fan of Steam, but if the games are DRM-free I have no issues :)

Marc
Marc

No I wouldn't, I'm a steam fanboy

Daniel
Daniel

Depends if the games are very good or not but probaly no, i won't buy it.

Simon Ngo
Simon Ngo

Yes of course, especially if it's DRM free!

Daniele
Daniele

It depends, if these games are very good and not too expensive, probably yes

Daniel
Daniel

Of course I would... if the price is right that is.

Hal
Hal

Possibly, depends on the bundle and how good the games are. Preferably they should be on Steam. IMHO.

Grafos
Grafos

Only if the games were REALLLY good

HellhoundWP
HellhoundWP

If they were in the process of being Greenlighted, I would consider it.

Caleb
Caleb

Yes, I actually recently started using Steam. I still prefer direct download because I don't like having a program to launch my stuff and come up with messages and things while I'm playing. $:

rene
rene

depends if there on orgin no thanks but if there good games i dont care steam or not

Josmerod
Josmerod

It would depend on the DRM that is used. Don't like Origin or uPlay, for example.

Jorpho
Jorpho

Probably not. It would at least need Desura.

Pampuch721
Pampuch721

I'm not sure, definitely depends on the price but as for now, I wouldn't.