A First Person FMV Fighting Game And 4th Wall Breaking Horror Game For Like $3

By Spencer . December 10, 2012 . 4:50pm

Bundle in a Box has some interesting looking games in their Eclectic Delights Bundle. For $0.99 you get five games: Shadows on the Vatican, Act: I, Delve Deeper, Fibrillation, Eversion, and War of the Human Tanks.

 

Beat the average, which is less than $3 as of now and you’ll get four unique games. The Adventures of Shuggy is a platform/puzzle game made by former Rare employees, Flibble is an Atari age adventure game with a humorous plot, Stay Dead is a FMV rhythm fighting game (!), and The 4th Wall kind of reminds me of the L.S.D. PsOne game.

 

Stay Dead

 

The 4th Wall

 

The Adventures of Shuggy

 

Flibble

 

You can purchase the Eclectic Delights bundle here. It’s DRM free!


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  • ninjabart122

    I’ve seen supergreatfriend play the first two in his videos.

  • s07195

    The Flibble trailer is so…. parody-ish.

  • Göran Isacson

    I have absolutely no idea how The 4th Wall and Stay dead are even supposed to work, but four games PLUS the original games who seem pretty awesome too, for THAT low a price? Ssssold.

  • PhleBuster

    The great folks of Kyttaro Games behind this bundle are also directly supporting upcoming game developers in the form of the Indie Dev Grant:

    “For every 100 bundles sold $10 will be added to our Indie Dev Grant
    and the whole sum will be awarded to a developer selected by vote.”

    Our next release 99 Spirits is one of the candidates for the Indie Dev Grant.
    We appreciate everyone’s support in bringing great Japanese indie games to English-speaking audiences!

    You can vote for your favorite candidate at the bottom of your the bundle’s key page.

  • Duke of Leinster

    Why is this article missing any mention of the only Japanese game on the bundle, War of Human Tanks? No video links, no small talk at all. Come to think of it, I never saw an article mentioning that game on Siliconera before, any reason why?

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