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A mash-up of games from Indie Royale including Telltale's Strong Bad, Guns of Icarus, Kung Fu Strike: The Warrior's Rise, Krunch and Delve Deeper.

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The Mash Bundle from Indie Royale is a great mash-up of different genres. We’ve got a great adventure game, team-based multi-player action, an old-school beat-em-up, a fast paced platformer and some turn-based strategy in this latest bundle from Indie Royale.

There are 5 games featured in this fantastic bundle, which together are valued at over $70, and the bundle starts shipping at just $4.49!

Leading The Mash Bundle is Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People from California’s Telltale Games. This comedy adventure from the makers of The Walking Dead and Sam & Max features the awesome, muscular, charming Strong Bad; well that’s how he would describe himself anyway. All five very funny episodes are in The Mash Bundle so head off to Strong Badia for some amazing writing and great fun. Strong Bad is available for PC & Mac on Steam, Desura & DRM-Free.

Following up, we have Guns of Icarus Online from New York’s Muse Games. This team-based multi-player airship combat game is set in a steampunk inspired world. It's available on PC, Mac & Linux from Steam. Penny Arcade said “Those looking for a team-based challenge will find plenty to love with Guns of Icarus Online”.

Kung Fu Strike: The Warrior’s Rise comes from China’s Qoocsoft via Digital Tribes. Kung Fu Strike was only released last July. It’s an over the top martial arts arcade beat-em-up with crazy combos, Chi Powers and co-op that’s easy to pick and hard to complete. We've got it on PC from Steam.

Next in the line-up of The Mash Bundle is the very recently released KRUNCH from Canada’s LeGrudge & Rugged. KRUNCH is a hectic reflex platformer that will test your reactions in over 100 levels, each delivering super fast gameplay as your fears of being failing to escape haunt you. It’s available for PC, Mac & Linux on Desura & DRM-Free with the OST and a wallpaper.

The final game in The Mash Bundle is Delve Deeper from Illinois's Lunar Giant Studios, available for Windows from Steam, Desura & DRM-free. Delve Deeper is a turn-based strategy game in which players take command of dwarf mining teams in an ever changing dungeon battle. Play with up to 4 players in this humorous game with both the Treasure & Tunnels and the Gratis Grottos DLCs included here too.

Those who pay $8 USD or their currency equivalent during the Mash Bundle will get Danimal Cannon and Zef’s Parallel Processing album. Destructoid called it "a beautiful chiptune baby". This album is available in MP3 and FLAC format.

We’ve started to put interviews with some the developers whose games we’ve featured in different Indie Royale bundles on our YouTube channel so check in there to get the latest developer thoughts.

You can find more information on The Mash 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 specially chosen indie gaming to look forward to!


every character looks like olaf from lost vikings in this delve deeper game?

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They nothing related. Dont make yourself fooled kike me.

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Funny, Crunch was not long ago on Indiegamestand..i know, thats not related, yes. Next, Delve Deeper -was on Bundle in a box, next 2 games, Kung Fu and Guns of Icarus is Steam-only and only one game is remains, Strong Bad which is probably good game as far as i know.
And, 4.49$ As start price? Oh, greedy one!
Thanks, skipping this one too.

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Thanks for the cheap Strong Bad, so my collection of Telltale Games is nearly complete (don't like and want Jurassic Park).

The other games are a nice bonus and if you think that Strong Bad alone costs 28 Euros on Steam, this is a bargain :)

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