• Innovative Mythic Poker system using Poker/Yahtzee mechanics to battle your opponents
  • Unlock Power ups and Special attacks available as Collectable cards in the game
  • Combine your skills in short bursts of active play or long sessions of questing and battles
  • Defeat more than 30 monsters types each with a Unique card set and Attack style
  • Defeat enemies and make them your pets or allies
  • Unlock new Battle locations through questing
  • Mix of beautiful hand painted backdrops and evocative 3d characters
  • A compelling and original story set in an alternate medieval Europe
  • Local and online Leaderboard available
  • 20 Steam Achievements available

The following known issues apply:
1. Ingame support for Raptr is causing crashes, please disable ingame support for Runespell: Overture
2. The collector achievement is not unlocked!

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7 comments by redblueq1 on Jun 18th, 2013

Indie Royale brings you The Chosen 2 Bundle. It was originally The 'Really Big Bundle' and was voted for by you as the next bundle for us to re-run in a twitter, facebook and google+ vote.

The Chosen 2 Bundle is led by the title that gave the original bundle its name - Boss Baddie's crazed space shooter Really Big Sky, packing a whopping 12 game modes and local 4-player coop into its beefy, feature-filled frame.

Also included is Dutch developer Mystic Box's under-appreciated Runespell Overture (also available on Mac for bundle buyers), an RPG twinning collectible cards with poker-based combat in extremely playable and innovative fashion.

Next up is the the PC version of Independent Games Festival finalist Eufloria (formerly known as Dyson), an acclaimed 'ambient space exploration' title that's been a staple of independent game showcases over the past couple of years.

And finally, Zeboyd Games' cult indie RPG duo Cthulhu Saves The World and Breath Of Death VII - twinning Lovecraft-ian spoof with Japanese RPG pastiche of the finest sort - complete the five titles in The Chosen 2 Bundle.

Those who pay more than $7, or their currency equivalent, get a 'Star' to drop the price during the bundle and also receive a bonus 'thank you' in the form of Fez composer Disasterpeace's chiptune concept music album 'Rise Of The Obsidian Interstellar' in FLAC and MP3 formats.

View interviews with some of the developers whose games we've have been featured in different Indie Royale bundles on our YouTube channel check in for the latest videos.

You can find more information on The Chosen 2 Bundle, including real-time statistics and its current price, on its official website or via its Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages. As ever, the bundle is cheaper the sooner that you purchase its (unless, of course, some kind purchaser opts to lower the price for others) although there is tremendous value here whatever price you pay.

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s_d Jun 18 2013, 7:36pm says:

Will "Runespell: Overture" be brought forward into Unity3D v4, so that other ports may be made?

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12camron Jan 22 2013, 2:35pm says:

its free at the website!

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mr-otas Mar 15 2012, 6:56pm says:

Is there a way to set the in-game reslolution before -- or at -- startup of the game? I can't do this in-game since the default resolution isn't supported by my cheap *** display, resulting in a "input not supported"-error message to pop up in an otherwise black screen.

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mr-otas Oct 20 2012, 8:02am replied:

I figured out just yesterday that I could solve the problem by enabling GPU-scaling in the driver options of my graphics card. The odd part is that the game was apparently set to my native resolution from the start, further indicating how crappy my display must be.

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bosnian_dragon Dec 1 2011, 2:21pm says:

I bought this bundle and I must say it's great. I love Runespell: Overture, it's such a shame that this game doesn't support PvP gameplay, 'cause it would be amazing to play against human opponents. Single player is excellent, I enjoyed the storyline!

Really Big Sky is also great, but a little bit overwhelming at the start :) Last time I played a game of this genre was during my primary school :D

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aliendude5300 Nov 29 2011, 12:40pm says:

Can we get a Linux version of this game?

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katarak Dec 5 2011, 4:12pm replied:

I don't think there will be a Linux version. The game was developed using Unity 2.6 which doesn't support Linux unfortunately, an is dependant on the Mono framework.

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