Tagged: dungeon defenders
Six great games for one low price? It’s not a dream or weird subscription but the latest Humble Bundle, available now through March 18th on their official website.
Humble Bundle 5 with Android includes DRM free versions for PC & Android tablets (as well as Steam Keys) for Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2 and Night Sky HD with a minimum donation of $1. If donate more than the average you’ll also unlock access to Dungeon Defenders and Super Hexagon.
So show your support for the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play by donating today. The soundtrack to Beat Hazard is worth the price of admission alone!Posted in: Mobile, News, PC Tags: Android Bundle, Beat Hazard Ultra, dungeon defenders, Dynamite Jack, Humble Bundle, Night Sky HD, Solar 2
Short answer: “yes.” Longer answer: “yes, why haven’t you done that yet?”
Previously reported here at BrokenJoysticks.net, Indie Royale’s May Hurray Bundle is available for the next three days. You should buy it. The price fluctuates as it sells by increasing slightly if someone pays that minimum price and decreasing slightly if someone pays more than the minimum, and as of this writing the minimum is $5.29. I’ll run you through the five games in the bundle, so you can know precisely why you ought to spend a value meal’s worth of income to make your life better.Posted in: PC Tags: brainpipe, containment, data jammer, dungeon defenders, indie royale, weird world
We were wondering about what to give away today. The Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation (today known as Sony) was founded on the seventh of May 7th 1946. Over 500 years prior to that auspicious occasion, Joan of Arc took an arrow to the shoulder. Instead of whining about it, Joan continued adventuring. In fact, she patched herself up and got back into the fight that very evening. Her forces would lift the siege of Orléans the following morning. We considered giving out games somewhat related to those events.
However, Broken Joysticks won’t allow the distant past to dictate our actions in the present. Instead of giving out Sony games or Medieval strategy games, we’ll be giving away copies of Indie Royale’s May Hurray bundle! If you’d like a copy of one of these bundles, please post in our comments section. Tell us which of the games included in the bundle interests you the most and why. Winners will be chosen later today and announced in the comments section for this post.Posted in: PC, Site News Tags: Brainpipe - A Plunge to Unhumanity, Containment: The Zombie Puzzler, Contest, Data Jammers: FastForward, dungeon defenders, indie royale, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space