I dont know about many of the other games, but a Linux version of GSB is worth a buy alone. This game is awesome even over wine. Maybe the linux version fixes some of my stability issues with the larger campaign maps.
don't mix the "special" bundles with the numbered ones, this is #4, the previous ones fared rather well, and this one might too by the looks of it
bundle1: 1.2mil $
bundle2: 1.8mil $
bundle3: 2.1mil $
GSB/SMB/Shank are mainstream _loved_ indies and i bet they'll get this bundle on really well, not to mention Linux builds and all.
Now if only Paypal would process my payment already....
Last edited by Licaon; 12-13-2011 at 06:08 PM.
So, after ~8 hours it already overtook the Introversion bundle. And for some reason the Linux piece of the pie is only half as big as then... go for it, all you who bought Oilrush just to support Linux Gaming!
Linux "gamers" are hilarious. They know everything about an third tier game distribution platform like Desura just because they are available for Linux, but don't know shit about several of the most popular and successful indie games to date. You guys are so out of touch with reality at times it's almost confusing.I've never heard of any of these titles previously
I've only tried Night sky so far and while it's a fun and interesting game there are a few little niggles.
1. The missing key to restart a level is ESC. In the dialog it doesn't show up.
2. The save slots are already filled so you have to manually erase them.
This is getting old very quickly.
Look, the Inde bundle earned 1 Million! let's do it again
I've paid over $20 for previous bundle, I guess I will be paying $1 this time, or just not bother about it