Eets may have a cute outer-shell, but its Lemmings meets The Incredible Machine gameplay, crazy characters and increasingly tricky puzzles quickly sucks in even the most seasoned player. Play over a hundred unique puzzles that ship with the game, and come to our community to download over 200 fan-made levels and crazy solution replays!
It's that time again - the Xmas Bundle is live and is available at IndieRoyale right now (those with preorders can download or redeem keys at any time).
The six-game Bundle is led off by a multiplayer Windows PC FPS featuring both dinosaurs and Nazis: Dino D-Day! The Steam-ready title, in which you can play both as a velociraptor and as Allied troops, is powered by Valve's Source engine and began its life as a mod.
Next up is Wadjet Eye's The Blackwell Trilogy Remastered, which includes the first three games in the award winning supernatural 2D point-and-click adventure series starring young New York writer Rosangela Blackwell. This specially updated version of the trilogy makes a world premiere in forms including Steam and Desura PC keys, plus a downloadable DRM-free Windows version. The remastered Trilogy includes updated voice acting and a 'five years later' audio commentary track for The Blackwell Legacy, as well as a number of other smaller enhancements.
Also included in the Xmas Bundle is Eets, a cult 2D puzzle platformer for Windows and Mac that was the first ever title from Shank creator Klei Entertainment. Described as Lemmings meets The Incredible Machine, Eets boasts over 100 developer-made puzzles, plus 200+ user-created levels in a bonus pack, and is available for Steam (both PC and Mac) and Desura (PC), as well as in DRM-free PC download form for the first time ever.
Rounding out the initial Bundle titles is Vertigo Games' under-appreciated oil drilling action-sim The Oil Blue. The satirical title has you exploring islands and managing drilling machines, based around objectives set by your employer, the United Oil of Oceania company. It's included in Desura and standalone DRM-free PC versions.
Give the gift of indie games this Xmas! Happy holidays to all.
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when a linux port ?
I want this game on linux so bad.
This game alone made me purchase the Indie Royale Xmas Bundle.
I bought this game a few years ago on Steam, and I still love it. I wish there was a Linux port available, but it works pretty much flawlessly in Wine.
I love this game. It is basically a Rube Goldberg machine puzzle game where the objective is to use various items both on the screen and in your inventory to help the little guy (Eets) reach the goal. One interesting twist is that Eets emotional state will also impact how he travels through the map and some of the items you use in the game will alter that state to get him to move accordingly.
And once you finish all of the levels the game has to offer, use the editor to start creating your own.
I highly recommend this game.
This game is incredibly addicting, the puzzles are really clever and the visuals are unique!