Derrick the Deathfin is the world's first underwater papercraft videogame! Enter an irreverent aquatic world full of paper, goofy fish, paper, arcade action, paper, wanton destruction, and paper! Join Derrick on his epic quest to decimate everything he sees under the guise of avenging the death of his parents.To succeed you must fight, jump, race and eat your way through a myriad of confusingly textured circumstances. Good luck!
The Mighty Bundle from Indie Royale has 6 super strong games for you. We've got Waveform; Avadon: The Black Fortress; Zafehouse Diaries; Derrick the Deathfin; Tidalis and War of the Human Tanks.
First up in The Mighty Bundle is Waveform from Eden Industries. This fantastic game sees the player navigate the beauty and hazards of the solar system while riding on a wave of light in an innovative action-puzzle game. Gaming Nexus said "controlling a wave of light is executed flawlessly through beautifully rendered levels and a challenging, but addictive gameplay experience". Waveform is available on Windows and Mac from Steam, on Desura and DRM-Free for PC, Mac and Linux.
Next we have Avadon: The Black Fortress from Spiderweb Software. This epic role playing fantasy saga sets the player the task of protecting The Pact to save the day. RPG Fan said it "reminded me of some of the best games I've ever played" and gave it an Editor's Choice award. It's available from Steam & DRM-Free for Windows, Mac & Linux and on Desura. We've also got a hint book if you need it!
Next up is Zafehouse Diaries from Screwfly Studios. It's a tactical game of survival, planning, resource management and problem-solving. Zafehouse: Diaries uses a text diary-based interface for a game which is different every time you play it. We've got it for Windows on Desura and DRM-Free.
Following along in The Mighty Bundle is Derrick the Deathfin from Different Tuna. An underwater papercraft game that's also a fast paced arcade game. Derrick the Deathfin is available on Windows through Desura and Windows & Mac DRM-Free.
Another strong game in The Mighty Bundle is Tidalis from Arcen Games. A block-based puzzle game with casual appeal, hardcore depth, and an addictive "streams" mechanic. Eurogamer said "Tidalis is a charmingly lo-fi package that positively drowns you in content." The game is available for Windows from Steam.
Finally we have War of the Human Tanks from Fruitbat Factory. In this story driven strategy game that pits the group of Human Tanks commanded by the player against the opposing Commanding Officers and their forces. We've got it on Windows from Desura. It's also on Steam Greenlight now and we've got the soundtrack.
Those who pay $8 USD or their currency equivalent during The Mighty Bundle will get Darkman007's heavy chiptune album: Chiptunes 2012. This album is available in MP3 and FLAC format.
We've started to put interviews with some of the developers whose games we've featured in different Indie Royale bundles on our YouTube channel; check in for the latest videos.
You can find more information on The Mighty Bundle, including real-time statistics and its current price, on its official website or via its Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages. Grab this bundle now while the price is still low (unless kind purchasers lower the price) so that you'll have hours of heavy-weight indie gaming fun to look forward to!
Latest tweets from @derrickdeathfin
I am 50% off in the Steam Summer Sale ~ T.co ~ snap to it!
Jun 11 2015, 2:30pm
@SPNKr humanoid children make for delicious snacks, if a little crunchy at times
Jun 9 2015, 6:54pm
@SPNKr great bundle but the one thing it lacks is a game about a paper shark called Derrick that is already on the humble store & steam!
Jun 9 2015, 6:43pm
@bombsfall come over here and say that
Jun 9 2015, 6:41pm
Shame this big blubber butt never made it into my game. Would have loved to sink my teeth into him. T.co
Apr 8 2015, 8:57am
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Jan 4 2015, 2:03pm
I am half the price and twice the value I used to be on Steam in the holiday sale for a limited time! T.co
Dec 18 2014, 4:13pm
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