Indie Gala bundle extends time, adds Vizati

The Indie Gala bundle has extended its end date and added a new game to the line-up, Vizati.


The Indie Gala bundle has gotten a time extension, as well as a new game added to the line-up. You now have until January 6 to grab the name-your-price bundle, and the indie game Vizati is packed in as well.

The rest of the bundle includes Zombie Shooter 2, inMomentum, Hacker Evolution: Duality, Your Doodles Are Bugged!, and Saira. Bonus items include Zombie Shooter 1, Hacker Evolution: Untold, and DLC for Doodles, and several soundtracks. You can obtain the bonuses by paying more than the average, which at the moment sits at a low $1.78.

All of the games except Vizati are granted via game codes that you can redeem through Steam, but the newly-added game isn't on Steam yet.

The bundle lets you choose how much of your contribution goes toward charities Save the Children and Child's Play, and you'll need to use a PayPal account for the transaction.

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    January 2, 2012 1:00 PM

    Steve Watts posted a new article, Indie Gala bundle extends time, adds Vizati.

    The Indie Gala bundle has extended its end date and added a new game to the line-up, Vizati.

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      January 2, 2012 1:09 PM


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      January 2, 2012 1:30 PM

      Not a huge fan of Indie Gala, to be honest...

      I paid over the average the day it launched (only $2.50, but that's still higher than the average) , and none of these added games are being made available retro-actively, unless I'm missing something. Having my keys resent just shows the original items.

      At least humble bundle takes care of their early adopters by offering any new titles to anyone who beat the average when they bought the bundle.

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        January 2, 2012 1:50 PM

        Indiegala is one of the best bundles out there,

        they have 7 games all with steam keys, one drm free and 6 albums of incredible music. Yes, believe me, especially the RobotScience and Starfkr stuff!

        Mine was an early purchase and when i tried the resender a couple of days ago i got all the extrabonus stuff. However a friend of mine had troubles with a gift and he contacted support. After few hours they sent him all the keys.

        So my advice is: if you have any issues write to support. They reply to everyone in a timely manner!

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          January 2, 2012 4:01 PM

          Can't believe you didn't mention THE FLASHBULB.
          I bought this bundle just for those albums, Saira and InMomentum were just extras.

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          January 2, 2012 4:30 PM

          erm, you don't have to come here and shill you know, you can actually try to blend into the shack community rather than doing junk like this. That goes a long way..hit and run shill posts do more to turn people off to your stuff.

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      January 3, 2012 6:56 AM

      At first I wanted to pay $2 for this, but after reading reviews of the games and listening to the music, I will give it a pass. I already have enough Humble Bundle games I haven't played, and many of these are much higher quality. I bought Neverwinter Nights 2 Platinum + Baldur's Gate 2 Complete + Insecticide for $5 (plus 410 blue coins I had) on GamersGate recently. The Steam sale just ended, and that had some nice deals (bought Fallout 3 for $5, for example). Given this perspective this just feels sub par and not worth the money.

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      January 3, 2012 9:06 AM

      I bought IndieGala and i loved it. InMomentum game alone deserves the price of the bundle, no other "indie" game comes with such high quality of sound and graphics. But, if it is not enough, the albums they give you as bonuses are epic. i love listening when im just chillin on my bed.

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