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Indie Royale bundle has trains, demons, and Duke, but no pigeons

16 Oct 2013  by   Tim McDonald
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Not every indie bundle can give you the opportunity to date pigeons, unfortunately. Indie Royale have discovered this to their cost, as their latest bundle – the Birthday Bundle – is sadly lacking in romantic avians.

But what it lacks in dreamy doves, it makes up for in other ways: the bundle contains mass transit simulator Cities in Motion 2, solid side-scroller Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, the rather rubbish Impire, sci-fi survival game XenoMiner, optimistically named puzzler Perfection. (with the full stop), and a Mystery Game that has yet to be revealed.

All of this can be yours for £3.64 (at the time of writing). Impire was hugely tedious, but the other bits and bobs on offer seem like they should make for a few bright hours.

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