IndieGala : Every Monday bundle #99

IndieGala : Every Monday Bundle 99

IndieGala every monday bundle 99 has some decent new offerings. Nijahtic is certainly my favorite pick for this bundle. Nothing here is overly innovative, but if you’re looking to burn a couple hours or at the very least, add a couple notches to your Steam-belt the IndieGala every monday bundle 99 is not a bad choice.

  • Feesh

Feesh is a minimalist arcade game where you play as a tiny microorganism that resembles a fish. The mechanic is simple; eat smaller feesh to get bigger, and avoid being eaten by bigger feesh. Certain feesh have special abilities; Red ones make you smaller, and the jellyfeesh can sting you. Survive long enough, and you’ll evolve! But try not to get naturally selected. And watch out for sharks.

  • Apocalypse Hotel – The Post-Apocalyptic Hotel Simulator!

After the alien invasion: the Gogfang began terraforming Earth, pumping out toxic chemicals to transform it into the perfect trans-dimensional, methane paradise… the process should take fifty years. In the meantime the strange blend of chemicals has begun to mutate the populace, turning some into hideous, fish-people, and reanimating the dead.

  • Ninjahtic

Ninjahtic is an action/adventure platformer with elements of puzzle-solving and stealth. While it’s progression is linear, the open-ended nature of every level requires exploration of an abandoned civilization located atop floating islands. Usage of the environment also plays a key role when solving puzzles and dispatching enemy robots throughout.

  • Ninjahtic Mind Tricks

Ninjahtic Mind Tricks is an 8-bit hack-and-slash platformer with stealth, adventure, and puzzle elements. Like it’s predecessor, Ninjahtic, levels have an open-ended nature and are presented in a linear fashion. Though, several features have been added to the predecessor’s formula to create a more varied experience.

  • Silicone-2

Silicone-2 – a shooter with a first-person. In the story the player will have to quell the uprising of robots. Features: mission both indoors and in the open spaces (sandbox), help Allied soldiers, vehicles, each scene is accompanied by a videoclip on the game engine for Silicone-2 written 20 songs.

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  • Pills4Skills 

FLIP THE WORLD! WALK ON WALLS! HALLUCINATE! EXPAND THE BOUNDARIES OF YOUR MIND! “Pills4Skills is a completely crazy platformer, but so addictive, almost like a soft drug … A precise and clever game, difficult at times, irritating regularly but so good you can not stop you from trying and retrying of conquer 72 levels” –

  • Horror in the Asylum

Once you take the pills the doctors force on you, every night becomes the same. Nightmares, Blackouts, and horrible demons from the darkest corners of your mind appear and trap you in the worst of scenarios while you are lost in time and space. The only way out is to solve puzzles in order to find an exit to your dreams.

Check out the IndieGala every monday bundle 99. Ninjahtic is my favorite in this bundle.

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