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Infinite Space III: Sea Of Stars (early access) is 63p on IndieGameStand - save £6.30!

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Infinite Space III: Sea Of Stars (early access) is 63p on IndieGameStand - save £6.30!

Infinite Space III: Sea Of Stars | IndieGameStand | £0.63 minimum (RRP: £6.99)
Blast From The Past: Strange Adventures In Infinite Space

The Strange Adventures In Infinite Space series heavily influenced FTL as the original permadeath space odyssey, providing an entire procedurally generated galaxy to explore, loot, conquer and constantly surprise you in the space of a lunch break. The first two games were utterly superb and I have little doubt that the third will surpass them. The early access Steam build is currently only $1 -- 60p -- so get in on the ground floor.

Alternatively, pay £1.05 to also receive the first two games in the series. Thanks to TehJumpingJawa @ HUKD!

Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, Dr Blob’s Organism, Strange Adventures in Infinite Space & Data Jammers | ~£1.22 | IndieGameStand | PC

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Jonathan Lester
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Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, Dr Blob’s Organism, Strange Adventures in Infinite Space & Data Jammers | ~£1.22 | IndieGameStand | PC

IndieGameStand are currently offering Data Jammers as their PWYW deal, which you can buy for as little as 16p, but that isn't the smart play here. Instead, beating the tiny average price will net you Digital Eel's entire back catalogue, including the truly wonderful Strange Adventures In Infinite Space and its magnificent sequel. If you like FTL, you'll dig on these two spacebound roguelikes, which let you explore entire randomised galaxies in delicious bite-sized chunks.

Get on this.

Weird Worlds: Return To Infinite Space | Pay What You Want | IndieGameStand | PC

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Jonathan Lester
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Weird Worlds: Return To Infinite Space | Pay What You Want | IndieGameStand | PC
  • What: Weird Worlds: Return To Infinite Space
  • Where: IndieGameStand
  • Current Price: £pay what you want

Weird Worlds: Return To Infinite Space is one of my favourite games since that it gives players an entire galactic voyage in a handful of minutes. Every time you set out and explore the randomised galaxy, you'll encounter new planets, aliens and wacky shenanigans... all of which takes takes a quarter of an hour or less. Considering that you can pay what you want, this is a proper bargain and perfect for dipping into during your lunch hour.

Note that Weird Worlds was featured in the Indie Royale May bundle - so you might have it already.

BRAINPIPE: A Plunge To Unhumanity | Pay What You Want | IndieGameStand | PC

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Jonathan Lester
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BRAINPIPE: A Plunge To Unhumanity | Pay What You Want | IndieGameStand | PC
  • What: BRAINPIPE: A Plunge To Unhumanity
  • Where: IndieGameStand
  • Current Price: Pay What You Want
  • RRP: £9.29

Digital Eel have decided to flaunt their bizarre and beautiful Brainpipe: A Plunge To Unhumanity on IndieGameStand, allowing you to buy it for any amount of money. Prepare yourself for a seriously twisted and groovadelic voyage into the human mind along with "creepy eyeball buttons." Great fun and instantly accessible, though it's worth noting that an overall lack of depth stops Brainpipe from stacking up with the arcade greats.

Blast From The Past | Strange Adventures In Infinite Space

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Jonathan Lester
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Blast From The Past | Strange Adventures In Infinite Space

Did you buy the Indie Royale May Hurray bundle? I certainly hope you did. Not only would you have snagged a copy of the superb Dungeon Defenders, but you'll also have a shiny new .exe for Weird Worlds: Return To Infinite Space. This unassuming little title presents an infinitely replayable adventure through a randomised galaxy, letting you live out your own epic space opera in twenty minutes or less.

What you might not know, however, is that it's the sequel to Strange Adventures In Infinite Space, which delighted those who first played it nearly a decade ago (though the word "return" was probably a dead giveaway). SAIS, as it's usually known, allowed us explore strange new worlds, seek out new civilisations, loot advanced technology and blow up entire fleets... in our lunch hour.

Blast From The Past | Strange Adventures In Infinite Space

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BRAINPIPE: A Plunge To Unhumanity | £3.08 | Gamers Front | PC

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Jonathan Lester
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BRAINPIPE: A Plunge To Unhumanity | £3.08 | Gamers Front | PC
  • What: BRAINPIPE: A Plunge To Unhumanity
  • Where: Gamers Front (Shrapnel Games Store)
  • Current Price: ~£3.08 ($4.95)
  • RRP: £9.29

Matching their ten year anniversary deal earlier this year, Digital Eel have slashed the price of their bizarre and beautiful Brainpipe: A Plunge To Unhumanity down to £3.08 on Game Front. This will save you over £3 compared to the likes of Gamersgate, and grant you a seriously twisted and groovadelic voyage into the human mind along with "creepy eyeball buttons." It's great fun and instantly accessible, though it's worth noting that an overall lack of depth stops Brainpipe from stacking up with the arcade greats. Note that you can pay via PayPal.

BRAINPIPE: A Plunge To Unhumanity | £3.08 | Gamers Front | PC

Author:
Jonathan Lester
Category:
Deals
Tags:
Digital Eel, Indie Games, Music games, PC games

  • What: BRAINPIPE: A Plunge To Unhumanity
  • Where: Gamers Front (Shrapnel Games Store)
  • Current Price: ~£3.08 ($4.95)
  • RRP: £9.29

To celebrate ten years of Indie development, Digital Eel have slashed the price of their bizarre and beautiful Brainpipe: A Plunge To Unhumanity down to £3.08 on Game Front. This will save you over £3 compared to the likes of Gamersgate, and grant you a seriously twisted and groovadelic voyage into the human mind along with "creepy eyeball buttons." It's great fun and instantly accessible, though it's worth noting that an overall lack of depth stops Brainpipe from stacking up with the arcade greats. Note that you can pay via PayPal.