Get the Free Bundle, and download a bunch of great indie games from our mirror

Nitronic Rush

By on January 11, 2013 at 4:02 pm

Looking for some new indie titles to keep you occupied this weekend? The Free Bundle has just been released, and incorporates some great indie games you may have missed such as Nitronic Rush, Ascension, Celestial Mechanica, I’m Scared, and Aboro’s Big adventure.

Our very own Cas Bitton has handily downloaded all these games and zipped them up together into one 408 MB file, which you can now download from our mirror, entirely quota-free (for iiNet group customers only, naturally).

Of course you can always head to the official website and download them all individually, but why do that when we’ve put up a big single file for you? Enjoy!

Source: Thanks to Spkypwnsuall!

7 comments (Leave your own)

Woo free!

I didn’t even know this was a thing, so yay learning and yay free games

 

This has been around for years.

 

pirateeggs,

And you hadn’t told me about it? The wedding is so off.

 

Oops, it appears it’s different to the other one I knew of.
http://theturtle.editions.free.fr/nanigaming/freeindiebundle/
I thought they had the same games in them. Oh well, there’s a second one for you I guess. :P

 

Highly recommend Nitronic Rush.

 
downloadaccount

Seems like everyone’s doing bundles these days.

 

snootle,

An amazing game, the only reason I found this little bundle actually :D
Now has some LAN multiplayer, which is pretty sweet.

 
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