IndieGala’s latest bundle offers supreme command

13 Mar 2014  by   Tim McDonald
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The latest IndieGala bundle – the Supreme Bundle – is a good ‘un for a variety of reasons, not least because it’s offering Supreme Commander and expansion Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance.

$1 will net you top-down RPG Battlepaths, top-down arcade racer Little Racers Street, and soothing paper-folding puzzler Kami.

As this is a bundle, though, paying a bit more will get you a bit more. Beat the $5.99 average (or pay at least $3.99, for the first 12 hours of the bundle) and you’ll also get the QWOP-esque Probably Archery, platform shooter Humanity Asset, gargantuan RTS Supreme Commander and its expansion Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance, and the rather superb¬†RTS/shooter hybrid Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising. There are still three more games to be revealed, too.

Quite frankly, the bundle is probably worth it for Hostile Waters – a game which, like so many, is in the “absolutely brilliant but nobody bloody bought it” category – and Supreme Commander, as computers these days are probably capable of running it without melting. I’ve heard rather good things about a few of the other titles, too, and I quite enjoyed the short time I’ve spent with Probably Archery.

If you’re interested, pick this latest IndieGala bundle up over here.

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