This week on the Weekly Bundle Roundup, Steam gives the green light to a huge pile of titles, Groupees is in love with you for the ninth time, and Humble Bundle takes it’s Origin money and laughs all the way to the bank. Let’s begin!
- The Whispered World (Steam)
- Mini Motor Racing EVO (Steam)
- Splatter (Desura, Greenlight)
- Depths of Peril (Steam)
- The 39 Steps (Steam)
- Particulars (Desura, Greenlight)
- 2 Albums
- Eador: Masters of the Broken World and Eador: Genesis (Steam)
- Ittle Dew (Steam)
- Angelica Weaver: Catch Me If You Can (Steam)
- Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages (Desura, Greenlight)
- Soundtracks for all games in this tier
- Ring Runner Novel
- Ends 9/4
- Ittle Dew and Eador have Trading Card support
- Mini Motor Racing EVO has Steam Workshop support and Portal 2 and TF2 centric cars and tracks.
- Eador: Genesis is not available for sale separately, it was only available as a pre-order bonus previously.
This week’s biggest new release is the 9th in Groupee’s Be Mine series, which started themed after Valentines Day but has turned into their premier gaming bundle, much like the numbered Humble Bundles. A great collection of stuff here, including the mod friendly Mini Motor Racing, several relatively new releases like Ittle Dew and 39 Steps, and of course who can forget the magical world of Angelica Weaver? The bonuses are still being added as of this post, so this $5 deal will only get better as the week goes on.
All games are on Steam
- Theatre of War
For $2.84 or more
- Theatre of War 2: Kursk 1943
- Theatre of War 2 – Battle for Caen (DLC)
- Theatre of War 2: Africa 1943
- Theatre of War 2: Centauro (DLC)
For $4.69 or more
- Theatre of War 3: Korea
- Ends 8/30
- Theatre of War Collection on Steam
Indie Gala has something up akin to a weekly deal over at Humble Bundle with the Theatre of War Collection. I’m not one for World War II games, or RTS games for that matter, so this bundle isn’t exactly up my alley. But hey, if you’re interested in the franchise, paying less than $5 is a heck of alot better than paying the full $50 that it is priced on Steam.
Those are the two new game bundles for this week. Other news of interest to bundle aficionados includes Humble Bundle’s new Humble Comedy Bundle, which is Humble’s way of taking a break from games after their record shattering Humble Origin Bundle campaign. Also of note, Steam has greenlighted 100 new titles for their service, 33 of which have been in previous bundles. If you’ve been purchasing bundles regularly, be sure to check out this list to see if some new Steam codes are coming your way! This week’s giveaway is a copy of Planets Under Attack, so be sure to enter for a chance to win! See you next week!
Alex Santa Maria
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