DIG Limited Game Bundle #1

DIG Limited Game Bundle #1

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  • Calcu-Late

Calcu-Late is a story about a boy named James that needs to participate in a godly Olympics tournament as a representative for the goddess of mathematics, Seshat. The tournament will grant the participant a wish that they stated before the tournament starts.

  • Lup

Lup has just transitioned from early access to full release. With additional content and major bug fixes in this release, please continue to feed back and report your thoughts on the Steam community forums.

  • Neon Hardcorps

Neon Hardcorps is a fast paced top down action shooter, inspired by games such as Contra, Metal Slug, Super Turrican, Cybernator, Realm and Doom Troopers.

  • Terra Incognita ~ Chapter One: The Descendant

Terra Incognita is a classic role playing game. The world of Terra is slowly falling into chaos. A great war is coming and It’s time to take up arms against a corrupt royal family. You must travel across this huge world and unite the nations of Terra, recruiting comrades along the way.

  • Flesh Eaters

Flesh Eaters is retro style single player RTS zombie survival game with resource gathering and crafting. Zombies are everywhere! You must gather resources to build barricades, upgrade weapons and armour and explore the city under the siege of the dead

  • Turbo Pug

It’s time to unleash your inner pug! Turbo Pug is a casual runner with difficult, random, procedurally generated levels. Enjoy random weather and try to avoid getting zapped by lightning. Unlock new costumes for your pug and new characters to play as. Please try not to squish your pug!

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