Newly launched web site Indie Royale
bundles four downloadable independently developed PC titles every two weeks using a unique pricing system that changes as time passes and more people purchase the games.
While bundles will start at a heavily-discounted $1.99, that price will automatically increase as time goes on. Generous purchasers, however, can help lower the price for everyone else by choosing to pay more than the current minimum, earning a mention on the front page of the site in the process.
The first Indie Royale bundle includes Wadjet Eye Games' 2D adventure game (and IGF finalist) Gemini Rue
, FPS tower defense title Sanctum
, 'Metroidvania'-esque Dream Build Play winner A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda
, and Noumenon Games' puzzle/racing game Nimbus
That bundle has sold over 25,000 copies and currently sells for $5.11 as of press time.
Titles offered in Indie Royale bundles are available in various configurations including direct downloads for Windows PC, as well as redeemable PC keys for Steam and indie-focused download service Desura.
Gamasutra parent company UBM TechWeb is behind the new bundle, alongside Australian game download site Desura.