Microsoft is offering a bundle of five downloadable indie games for Windows PC on Amazon at a fraction of their combined price, including a few popular titles released last year by Microsoft Game Studios for Xbox Live Arcade and PC.
Players can snag the following five games for Steam for $9.99, an 86 percent discount from their combined value of $59.96:
- Deadlight, from developer Tequila Works
- Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, from Shadow Planet Productions
- Iron Brigade, from Double Fine Productions
- Klei Entertainment's Mark of the Ninja, Polygon's #10 Game of the Year for 2012
- Toy Soldiers, from Signal Studios
Deadlight, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, Iron Brigade and Mark of the Ninja are also all available individually for $3.75 each, while Toy Soldiers can be purchased for $2.49 on its own.
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