Indie Gala, Where $5 Gets You 14 Great Games, Plus A Bunch Of Extras

Indie Gala, Where $5 Gets You 14 Great Games, Plus A Bunch Of Extras

Game bundle sizes typically range from four to seven games. The appropriately-named Indie Gala Colossus however wants nothing to do with single digits — this bundle has 14 games and three extras, if you’re willing to part with less than $US5.

Paying below the minimum of $US4.86 will see you with five titles, but if you go above this you’ll get everything. The collection is not only sizeable, but meaty with Galactic Civilizations, Darwinia, Defcon, Hearts of Iron III, Demigod, King Arthur, King Arthur II and more filling out the extended list.

The non-game goodies included soundtracks, the city generator from Introversion’s “suspended” game Subversion, and physics toy Voxel Destruction.

According to the site, the total cost of the bundle weighs in at $US120 so, yes, you’re definitely getting your money’s worth. Like other bundles using this format, you can decide how your cash is distributed between the host, charities and developers, with the devs understandably getting the lion’s share by default.

The Indie Gala Colossus Bundle [Indie Gala]


    • From what I can tell, the majority are distributed via Steam (going by the little Steam icons next to the games), though two appear to be Desura-only.

        • I bought this bundle when it first came out, mainly because Demigod looked interesting. There has always been Steam codes for all games that are available via Steam. They weren’t just added.

          I was going to buy King Arthur a few times during various Steam Sales, I am pretty glad I didn’t! The whole collection and all DLC is a steal.

  • made the purchase, I’ve got the receipt with the transaction ID etc but no keys and no instructions on how to get or redeem the keys. Using the key resender doesn’t work either

    • Click the link in the email you got where it says “Your Profile link :”
      Then click the bundle you just purchased, ie. “Indie Gala Colossus”
      From there you can get your Steam & Desura keys, plus download some of the DRM-free games directly.
      They really should have made the email & the website a little clearer…

      • thanks, i was looking for that at the time but for some reason it wasn’t showing up. I emailed em for support as well but by then it actually started showing up. No probs now

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