WinGameStore: PAYWUW Anniversary Bundle #2

10 amazing games in the PAYWUW Anniversary Bundle #2 on WinGameStore!

From the makers of Commando Jack, comes Truffle Saga! Take Truffle on a cool adventure to rid the forest of angry Mushrooms in a fun addicting physics puzzler!

Space Farmers is a co-op game only and has no single player mode.

A mixture of asset management, time trial and puzzle game, Racer 8 plays on several different mechanics to keep players’ heads constantly spinning.

Fist of Jesus is a hilarious gore beat’em up classic style arcade game with RPG depth.

In Litil Divil, you guide Mutt through the Labyrinth of Chaos to retrieve the Mystical Pizza of Plenty.

Grimind is a 2D physics based adventure, platform game in horror/creepy theme. Grimind casts you into forgotten caves and ancient crypts, without memories.

Gold Rush! takes you back to the year 1849, when gold was discovered in California. Become Jerrod Wilson and experience each trek as you travel from New York to California.

Welcome to a beautiful Adventure set in a unique interactive 3D world full of mysterious puzzles and Hidden Objects in Melissa K. and the Heart of Gold.

Prepare to experience the original man-on-the-run thriller in a completely new way. Set in 1914 London and Scotland, The 39 Steps is a ground-breaking interactive novel finds war veteran Richard Hannay framed for a murder he didn’t commit.

International Snooker 2012 is quite possibly the most realistic Snooker game to come to any gaming platform.

PAYWUW Anniversary Bundle #2 contains:

  • Truffle Saga
  • Space Farmers
  • Racer 8
  • Fist of Jesus
  • Litil Divil
  • Grimind
  • Gold Rush! Anniversary
  • Melissa K. and the Heart of Gold Collector’s Edition
  • The 39 Steps
  • International Snooker 2012

Get your copy of the PAYWUW Anniversary Bundle #2 over at WinGameStore!

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