Two things have rather conveniently combined today. The first is a rebranding of a long-running Aussie publisher, with Surprise Attack today reforming as Fellow Traveller. To mark the occasion, Green Man Gaming are discounting a raft of Aussie indies, including Crawl, Hacknet, and FRAMED.
Around 12 games are available, although not all of Fellow Traveller's staple are homegrown. Most readers will recognise some of the names though: FRAMED, which is now on PC after a long sojourn only on mobiles; the asymmetrical monster slayer Crawl; Hacknet; the split-screen Screencheat, Fort Meow, and Dungeon League.
Note that GMG only sells in USD to Australians, so I've quoted the Australian price at the time of writing, as well as the original listing price for clarity.
- Crawl: $5.87 ($US4.33)
- Screencheat: $5.87 ($US4.33)
- Think of the Children: $5.76 ($US4.25)
- Super Mutant Alien Assault: $2.87 ($US2.12)
- Hacknet: $2.30 ($US1.70)
- Hacknet Labyrinths: $5.40 ($US3.98)
- FRAMED Collection: $8.05 ($US5.94)
- Dungeon League: $8.05 ($US5.94)
- Fort Meow: $1.84 ($US1.36)
- Orwell: $4.61 ($US3.40)
- Orwell Ignorance is Strength: $8.63 ($US6.37)
- Vertiginous Golf: $1.22 ($US0.90)
- Screencheat 4 Pack: $17.62 ($US13)
The landing page for all the deals is right here.