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Last week we reported on a ton of indie bundles available at your discretion. This week, we’re piling on one more, because IndieGala V went live with as many as 12 games, set up in 3 different tiers of ridiculously low prices. Eight of these will also be redeemable through Steam, for you achievement hunters.
Starting at a buck, you can score Making History: The Calm & the Storm, which is a world war simulator. Razor2: Hidden Skies is your classic top view shooter and Ironclads Collection brings you not 1 but 5 naval war simulators. Most important in this tier is Beat Hazard; a unique and pulsing rhythm shooter that you can customize with personal tracks. It’s like asteroids while blasting LMFAO or whatever you kids are listening to these days.
The second tier, set at $3.99, unlocks 4 more titles such as Battle Mages and Bad Rats: the Rats’ Revenge. It also includes WRC 2010 for those of you that would like a cheap but solid racing title. Winner in this batch is Space Empires IV Deluxe; a 4X strategy game good for countless hours of gameplay.
The granddaddy that unlocks all 12 titles is set at a mere $5.99 and we do advise picking this offer and adding some precious bucks to the whole. Yes, you can score SBK X, Puzzle Kingdoms and Disciples II: Rise of the Elves and those are all capable little titles for certain. But the reason why we’re telling you this is that this tier opens up Ninja Blade; a messed up hacker from From Software, whom you might know from a little title called Demon’s Souls.
Additionally, starting at the second divide, donators will also receive a few music albums that will be released at a later date. And lastly, this bundle proves what a social hermit I am, gaming my life away. The pay-what-you-want promotion will donate to victims of an apparently recent earthquake in Italy. It seems like a noble cause you should provide some aid to.