News: Bundle in a Box marks its return, boasting eight deep space themed games including Death Ray Manta, Space Giraffe, Armalyte and more for as little as $0.99
Wallets at the ready, my frugal friends, U.S.S. Bundle in a Box has returned from galaxies yonder. What exotic treasures does she bear, I hear you ask? How about eight indie videogames each of them channelling the many wonders of the final frontier, including Rob Fearon’s just-released, brain-meltingly colourful Death Ray Manta, the demented Space Giraffe and more. Six more!
For as a little as $0.99 you can get DRM-free copies of:
Death Ray Manta
Pay above the average, currently a paltry $4.76, and you’ll also bag yourself a ticket to ride:
Miner Wars Arena
Fearon describes Manta as his “attempt at capturing the pop song of videogames. Short, straight to the point, pounding and sincere but very much just about that moment.” I can confirm it is indeed short, straight to the point and pounding (although I have no metric to measure its sincerity, I am sure it is that too). I am not very good at staying not dead, but even I, with my mayfly-lifespans, can admire exquisite colours, great music and enemies that, when staring death himself square in the eyes, chant things like “I love you” and “squeeze me”.
With the exception of Space Giraffe, Armalyte and Sol: Exodus, all of the games work on Mac so set a course for the Bundle in a Box website to snag the deep space edition. And play knowing you’ve helped make the world a brighter place. 5% of the revenue goes to the Hellenic Centre for Mental Health and Treatment of Child and Family.
You can also help get Death Ray Manta on Steam via Greenlight by clicking here.