Indie-Games Group Offers “Summer Six-Pack” of Casual Games for a Massive ‘Share’ of Fun at an Amazing Price

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Creative Bundle of Games from Independent Game Developers Offers Huge Variety of Titles for only $10 Dollars—or Only $5 When “SHARED” on Facebook

Following a successful two-week run of its promotional “Summer Six-Pack” of indie-games from June 1st to June 18th, the group, a collective of six independent game developers, today announced that it is re-booting the promotion for 14 additional days. After setting up a dedicated distribution page with Desura for the “Indie-Games Summer Six-Pack” and delivery support for two of of the games with Steam, this promotion offers convenient digital delivery options and an open door for even more gamers to take advantage of this summer special. The “Indie-Games Summer Six Pack” features a collection of six indie-games for the PC for the amazingly low price of US $10 dollars. Customers who “Share” this offer on Facebook, will be able get the “Summer Six Pack” for only US $5.

“We introduced the ‘Indie-Games Summer Six-Pack’ to a very popular up-take, and noted that as the promotion came to an end on June 18th, we got requests for digital distribution options from our customers,” said Alexandre Renaud, executive producer at Ovolo Games, and director of the indie-games collective. “We’re excited to now offer digital distribution options through Desura and in part with Steam, both leaders in the game distribution industry, for a limited additional 14 days,” said Renaud.

Variety of Games in Summer Six Pack = Choice and Fun
The DRM-free “Indie-Games Summer Six-Pack” bundle offers a fantastic value for all summer gaming interests.

Summer Six-Pack Games Include:

Lush, hand-painted RPG game where the player encounters ancient, newly-awakened gods (both good and evil)—in a battle and race to restore prosperity and hope for the people of the Aztec Empire.

City Rain
In a ‘Tetris-meets-Sim City’ puzzle game, the player must quickly re-structure cities falling into place to be eco-friendly and ‘green’ enough to meet the strict rules of the World Environment Protection agency.

An inventive mix of puzzle, action and strategy. On the player’s island of choice, they must defeat opponents throughout the many galaxies, beat their own personal profile and play online competing with friends all over the world.

Bob Came in Pieces
This engaging puzzle-adventure game revolves around Bob, who has crashed on a strange planet and lost quite a few parts to his ship—on top of it all, Bob is late for work. The player must fine the lost parts to rebuild and customize Bob’s ship while solving challenging, physics-based puzzles.

This puzzle game requires the player to manipulate a magical cube and group the small Vizati stones by color, through a limited number of moves. The player must rotate, flip, or shake the magical cube for a game this is easy to understand, but hard to master.

Lylian Episode I: Paranoid Friendship
In this slightly ‘dark’ action/adventure game, Lylian is a patient in the children’s ward at the Hacklaster Hospital. Lylian has an uncanny ability to spew forth figments of her mind into the real world—while causing considerable damage with her long, dangling straitjacket sleeves.

Pricing and Availability
The ‘Indie-Games Summer Six Pack’ is available now for purchase and download for play on PCs and running Windows XP / VISTA / 7 operating system* for US $10, or 5$ as a thank you gift if you share the news on Facebook. Minimum requirements are 2,0Ghz processor, 2GB memory, 2,1GB hard drive, 256MB (512MB recommended) DirectX9 capable video card with shader model 2.0.

*Vizati and Bob came in pieces are also bundle for MAC OSX 10.4.11 or later: Intel MAC CPU, 1GB memory, 500mb hard drive, 128MB video card with shader model 2.0

Digital Distribution options with Desura and Steam

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