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Bundle Stars Trinity Bundle Has 10 Linux Games For Dirt Cheap

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Bundle Stars have unleashed their 'Trinity Bundle' and all games support Linux. You can save a massive amount of money buying this bundle!

The Games
For £1.99 you get all these:
Pixel Boy and the Ever Expanding Dungeon
Stronghold 3 Gold
Revenge of the Titans
iO
Nam
Eradicator
Legends of Aetherus
Sentinel
Terrian Saga: KR-17
Shiny The Firefly

That's a really good list, and I think Revenge of the Titans and Pixel Boy and the Ever Expanding Dungeon are my favourites, both excellent games.

Are you picking it up? I am.
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flesk 17 February 2015 at 10:54 am UTC
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iO is great. I've heard KR-17 is good too, but haven't gotten around to playing it yet.
MayeulC 17 February 2015 at 11:20 am UTC
Purchased. Such bundles with Linux games are great, I miss the humble indie bundles

Even their store has some good offers : 85-90 % on FORCED is worth it IMO.
The only downsides of bundlestars are that it's difficult to filter games by OS, and they don't provide a DRM-free version of their games.
hidekin 17 February 2015 at 11:37 am UTC
Great bundle i'll pick it up and also Forced to play with friends :-)
Todd - Bundle Stars 17 February 2015 at 11:42 am UTC
MayeulCPurchased. Such bundles with Linux games are great, I miss the humble indie bundles

Even their store has some good offers : 85-90 % on FORCED is worth it IMO.
The only downsides of bundlestars are that it's difficult to filter games by OS, and they don't provide a DRM-free version of their games.

Thanks! Yes, we're aware of the issue with that. We have set up a collection page for games that are multi-platform which might help in the short-term - http://www.bundlestars.com/collections/pc-mac-linux
OZSeaford 17 February 2015 at 12:00 pm UTC
I'm not convinced by quite a few of these games, but you can't go wrong for 2 pounds.

That's less than the price of a coffee here in the UK.

10 games, even if you only play 10 minutes should last a long time. Some of my (subjective) views on these games:
Pixel Boy and the Ever Expanding Dungeon - don't know
Stronghold 3 Gold - not good reviews I'm afraid
Revenge of the Titans - excellent game
iO - excellent game
Nam - don't know. retro shooter, might be better off going for Duke Nukem, Blood & al...
Eradicator - don't know
Legends of Aetherus - small indie kickstarter, with bad reviews, describing game as bland. Might still be good to fire it up to experience the steampunk setting.
Sentinel - innnovative tower defense game using audio, has rave reviews.
Terrian Saga: KR-17 - excellent game
Shiny The Firefly - very good game

Basically, at least 4 of these games would be worth AT LEAST £2 pounds on their own, so you are getting a good deal.
Pit 17 February 2015 at 1:09 pm UTC
Though most probably don't care it's worth mentioning that you do not get the games, but only steam keys.....
OZSeaford 17 February 2015 at 1:16 pm UTC
PitThough most probably don't care it's worth mentioning that you do not get the games, but only steam keys.....

I don't care, but more people than you think do care, and buy only via GOG, GreenMan Gaming, Humble Store, Publisher storefronts etc so it is worth mentioning.
MayeulC 17 February 2015 at 5:23 pm UTC
[quote=Todd - Bundle Stars]
MayeulCThanks! Yes, we're aware of the issue with that. We have set up a collection page for games that are multi-platform which might help in the short-term - http://www.bundlestars.com/collections/pc-mac-linux

Thank you for the link.
One more thing : while it's great to have platforms listed as "STEAM - WIN / MAC / LINUX" under the names, Windows is still listed in multiple places as "PC". That's not really inconvenient, just annoying.
Oh, and Linux games such as this one or that one (probably every one) need a Linux icon near the others, too

Thank you for supporting us, Linux gamers !
Madeanaccounttocomment 17 February 2015 at 10:11 pm UTC
OZSeafordLegends of Aetherus - small indie kickstarter, with bad reviews, describing game as bland. Might still be good to fire it up to experience the steampunk setting.
I've bought and played it. It was pretty fun, what I played of it. The bad reviews are because the game was completely abandoned by its developers a few months after its launch and there are still several bugs remaining that are game breaking for some people. It doesn't look like the devs plan on coming back as it's been almost two years of inactivity and their forums are completely dead and all the most recent posts are just spam advertisements by bots. The combat is the best part of the game and I'd kill for more games to have combat like its. I use to just keep doing the coliseum challenge for hours.
Keizgon 17 February 2015 at 11:58 pm UTC
I can't speak for the other games (don't own), but...

iO - I assume this is cheap because it got swept under the radar. Great and unique physics puzzle platformer where you are a wheel. High replay if you like speed running. I also found the graphics/music quite beautiful. To me, this alone is enough to have no excuse buying the bundle.

Terrian Saga KR-17 - I have some annoyance with the mediocre shaded graphics in some places, but I got past that with the game-play. It's not amazing, but it's definitely something I would suggest checking out.
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