Indie Royale Gets Complex with the Evolved Bundle

Despite a massive proliferation of indie game bundles, I usually only stick to two: Indie Royale and Humble Bundle. Both give really great games, but while Humble Bundle tends to release games that are already proven to be good, Indie Royale tends to lean on the side of the experimental or odd. The latest Indie Royale – the Evolved Bundle – is no exception. All the games contained therein are interesting is some way.

For reference, you get five games with this bundle: Unmechanical, a puzzle game about a hovering helicopter robot; The Path, an experimental adventure-art game about the myth of Little Red Riding Hood; Krater, a squad-based dungeon crawler set in a neon post-apocalyptic Sweden; Sugar Cube, a platformer involved tile switching and a sugar cube protagonist; and OIO, a puzzle-platformer about a lonely man made of wood. I especially recommend Krater, as it’s the best squad-based action game I’ve played since Freedom Force. Trailer for the bundle is below.

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