Orly Bundle : February #2 Bundle

Orly Bundle : February #2 Bundle

OrlyGift has dedicated a portion of their website to become OrlyBundles, and we at IGB couldn’t be more grateful. While these 6 games have been around the block a time or two, there are some real gems to be had in the Orly bundle, for the very low price of $1.49!

  •  Pay more than $0.99 for:
  • Botology

A company is currently in development of robots for the new generation – Botology, conduct tests for a new system for the remote control of robots. The purpose of the company is to help future potential buyers explore the remote space systems.

  • Hare In The Hat

Evil magician holds the Hare imprisoned. Your quest is to save him! Join the fabulous adventure in perfect mix of hidden object, puzzle and room escape genres!

  • Memories of a Vagabond

You play as a young mercenary and travel from soul to soul to avenge your fiance and her family. While finding a way to change the flow of past events, you will encounter many obstacles and meet new allies. Will you be brave enough?

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  • Pay more than $1.49 to unlock:
  • Big Fish Legend

One summer day the old friend Rat tells the kitten legend about Big Fish. The kitten has a desire to get the fish and starts its journey.

  • Pre-Civilization Marble Age

Turn-based historical simulation strategy. Develop the Greek civilization from the small village to the great city-state when it will dominate the world!

  • Princess.Loot.Pixel.Again

PLPA is a dynamic platformer with a combo system and special strikes, there is also a bit of rogue-lite genre. The principal aim is to get through all floors of the Dark Tower and outfight the main antagonist a Evil Mage.

Stop by Orlygifts to snag 6 games for only $1.49!

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