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Submitted by mainfinger 705d ago | news

Grab the Indie Royale Back to School Bundle and Get Bunny Must Die Early

WingDamage.com writes: "Indie Royale’s Back to School bundle will get you ready for a new year of learning — assuming your classes involve playing indie games. Up until September 22nd, you can get seven games including Swords & Soldiers, Lunar Flight, Sequence, and Cute Things Dying Violently by paying the current minimum (just over $5 as of this writing).

Rockin’ Android has taken the opportunity to release their new open-map platformer, Bunny Must Die: Chelsea and the 7 Devils, a few weeks ahead of its October 2nd release date to bundle buyers alongside two other titles from the publisher: Flying Red Barrel and Qlione.

Paying $8 or more will also add minusbaby’s BIAS album to the bundle." (Bunny Must Die, Cute Things Dying Violently, Lunar Flight, PC, Qlione, Sequence, Swords & Soldiers)

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