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Infinite Bundle from Bundle Stars has 12 Linux games for next to nothing

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The Infinite Bundle from Bundle Stars is a cracking deal, all 12 games support Linux and it costs barely anything.

You get all these games below for £1.49, pretty great deal!

Sparkle 2 Evo
Merchants of Kaidan
Frederic: Evil Strikes Back
Frederic: Resurrection of Music
Millie
Teddy Floppy Ear - Kayaking
Teddy Floppy Ear - Mountain Adventure
Sparkle 3 Genesis
Teddy Floppy Ear - The Race
Violett Remastered
16bit Trader
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rustybroomhandle 2 Jan, 2016
Reminder: When supporting small developers, full price is the best price.
Beamboom 2 Jan, 2016
Quoting: rustybroomhandleReminder: When supporting small developers, full price is the best price.

Strike "small". It goes for all. And is the truth! :)
BOYSSSSS 2 Jan, 2016
I avoid buying from Bundle Stars, because it counts as a Windows purchase.
NoYzE 2 Jan, 2016
Thank you very much! Didn't even know about BundleStars O_o
stan 2 Jan, 2016
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IMO:
- Merchants of Kaidan and Millie are good
- Iesabel is bad
- Frederic: too hard, made for touch screens and not really playable with kb or mouse (there is a demo on Steam)
- Violett: too illogical for me, lack of explanations/story (no text at all), but point&click fans may enjoy it. It’s often discounted on Steam for a very small price.
Eike 2 Jan, 2016
Quoting: stanIMO:
- Merchants of Kaidan and Millie are good
- Iesabel is bad
- Frederic: too hard, made for touch screens and not really playable with kb or mouse (there is a demo on Steam)
- Violett: too illogical for me, lack of explanations/story (no text at all), but point&click fans may enjoy it. It’s often discounted on Steam for a very small price.

Violett is not a classical point and click and I found it a bit illogical and not guiding enough as well. Gave it a thumbs up at the steam review nevertheless, it's not bad. Had some fun with it inm the silent days between Christmas and new year some time ago.

About Iesabel... I disliked it from the first sight and coudln't stand it mor than 5 minutes. Dunno, the interface feels just plain wrong.

Millie has a demo AFAIR, by the way.


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Skully 2 Jan, 2016
Quoting: BOYSSSSSI avoid buying from Bundle Stars, because it counts as a Windows purchase.

Got proof? The games are clearly marked as linux compatible, meaning they are at least intending to market to us.
Tchey 2 Jan, 2016
Most of the games in Bundle Stars are very often bad games. This one is the same, so we have some kind of equity with Windows players, we both have bad games to not play with. A few times however they did some nice ones.
Cybolic 2 Jan, 2016
Quoting: Skully
Quoting: BOYSSSSSI avoid buying from Bundle Stars, because it counts as a Windows purchase.

Got proof? The games are clearly marked as linux compatible, meaning they are at least intending to market to us.

They are indeed Linux compatible, but the keys themselves are registered as Windows sales. More info in a previous article.
minj 2 Jan, 2016
I have played Sparkle 2 Evo. Loved the soundtrack. It is quite a nice relaxing game if you are into those things but won't blame you if you get bored.

Didn't even know there's a Sparkle 3 but Steam reviews don't look so good.
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