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Bundle Stars offers you the chance to sim up your life

4 Feb 2014  by   Tim McDonald
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Agricultural Simulator 2013 (1)

Bundle Stars have released another bundle, and this one offers you the chance to get your hands on a bunch of those incomprehensible simulators developed by United Independent Entertainment GMBH. And some other games, too.

For only €3.49 (which equates to around £2.90, or $4.70) you’ll get your hands on Ship Simulator Extremes, Lunar Flight, Dogfight 1942, Bridge It, Airport Simulator 2014, Skyscraper Simulator, Agricultural Simulator: Historical Farming, and Woodcutter Simulator 2013: Gold Edition.

I can at least vouch for Lunar Flight, insofar as it’s a first-person rebuild of Lunar Lander and it works really well with the Oculus Rift. It’s rather lovely. On the other side of the coin is Skyscraper Simulator, a game which is utterly reviled by pretty much everyone. And, alas, Woodcutter Simulator 2013: Gold Edition does not include the Women’s Lingerie expansion pack, for reasons including “I just made it up.”

Still, if you’ve ever wanted to try one of those bizarre simulators or just have a go at being a farmer, you can grab the bundle over here. I doubt you’ll get a cheaper chance to try them out.

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    MorningLM

    If anyone is only interested in Lunar Flight then it’s £6.99 on Steam and there are lots of 75% off vouchers around.

    February 4, 2014 at 3:35 pm

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