The Eclectic Delights bundle, 11 indie games and the Mayan End of the World Extension
Ignore the naysayers! The Mayans have spoken and the world is ending this very Friday, the 21st of December. Our guess is something of a combination of heavy meteor showers and alien invasions, but fear not!
Bundle In A Box: Eclectic Delights has extended its offer of 11 amazing indie games for the most reasonable price of pay-what-you-want for another 3 days, meaning you’ll be able to grab this defiantly indie bundle even moments before the inevitable end. In other words, it’s time for the Mayan End of the World Extension!
You have until Friday the 21st of December to:
a) Prepare your defenses and/or meteor-resistant bunker.
b) Pay-what-you-want and grab five excellent indie games DRM-free, but also on Steam and/or Desura.
c) Beat the average price and grab five more great games while simultaneously pre-ordering mystery adventure Shadows on the Vatican, Act 2; be the first one to play it on the other side.
d) Directly support young and struggling indie developers via the Indie Dev Grant.
e) Support a charity that actually matters and helps autistic children and their families in Greece.
The games you’ll be getting include brilliant strategy offering Delve Deeper with both its DLC expansions, first person horror experience Fibrillation, Lovecraftian yet cute platformer Eversion, brilliantly named War of the Human Tanks and point-and-click thriller Shadows on the Vatican, Act I.
Beat the average and, Shadows on the Vatican, Act 2 aside, you’ll also be getting five more unique games: FMV fighter Stay Dead, surreal horror oddity The 4th Wall, impressive indie classic The Adventures of Shuggy, musical platformer Skylight and 8-bit inspired maze game Flibble.
Oh, and if you need to listen to something while the world majestically comes to an end (could it be hordes of ravenous lemmings?), the
Eclectic Delights is also offering four soundtracks. Also, exclusive content for the forthcoming Droidscape: Basilica game. And a lovely digital comic-book too!
Better hurry up though… The Mayans may have indeed been wrong and the world might just end on the 20th.