Bundle in a Box Offers 11 Games For $4

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It’s time for some more indie deals with the latest from Bundle in a Box. Their Capsule Computers bundle has a total of 11 games, divided in two pools, with the first 7 being available for a minimum of $1.99. We’ll list these games below:

  • Super Tower Rush
  • Hacker Evolution Untold
  • Pixelry
  • Blackwell Legacy
  • Blackwell Unbound
  • Blackwell Convergence
  • Blackwell Deception

Alright, so it’s a lot of the same deal, but the Blackwell series is rather intriguing with its dark point and click adventure theme. It splits the attention of players between a main character Rosa and her spirit friend Joey, a typical film noir detective. Puzzles get divided between the realm of the living and the spirit world, which combines into a rather intricate system that encourages thinking outside the box. As with most Wadjet Eye Games titles, the narrative is also quite catchy.

Our personal choice goes to the cute world of Pixelry, where you can embark on a chivalrous adventure of jousting in classical fashion. Starting at the bottom, players must steel themselves, train diligently and amass resources to become an honorable knight. It has a variety of mini-games as well, so it’s not just jousting endlessly. We discussed Super Tower Rush a few times before, where you try and be the first one down a big tower, while collecting coins and avoiding death in the process.

Those who beat the average can unlock 4 more games, which we’ll list below as well:

  • Hamlet
  • Hacker Evolution Duality
  • Hacker Evolution
  • Secret of the Magic Crystals

Again, it’s much of the same when it comes to game series. With Hacker Evoltuion, you’ll be in charge to decipher codes to solve puzzles, hack into computers or even try and bypass firewalls; all of it virtually, of course. More puzzle and adventures await with Hamlet, while Secret of the Magic Crystals is something completely different. In that game, you’ll breed magical horses.

Out of the 11 titles, 9 are redeemable through Steam, for the fans of the platform. Also, each purchase comes with a whole bunch of soundtracks and supports charity.

You can buy the Capsule Computers bundle here.

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