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New deal from IndieGameStand is Rush for Glory (minimum $1 and Steam-only). BTA for Frozen Hearth (Steam-only).

"Plan your defense, place your towers, get ready for action!

Rush for Glory is a challenging and rewarding 3D Tower Defense Game, in which players are defending their base against an alien invasion. By strategically building towers and upgrading them, the player can keep his base safely and further progress through the extensive singleplayer campaign.
Over 30 types of enemies, terrifying level bosses as well as a wide variety of towers and upgrades are making Rush for Glory a unique Tower Defense experience.

The main features of the game include:

* Campaign with 10 different scenarios
* 3 difficulty levels
* Multiple achievements
* 5 types of towers with 3 different upgrades and 3 special abilities each
* 5 power attacks. Dead rain, trap, slower, golden tower…
* More than 30 enemy types with especial behavior PLUS boss fights: Attackers, healers, supporters, turbo types…
* Game speed controller to make game speed slow and fast
* Additional 10 mini games for each level
* Elaborate techtree with more than 40 upgrade options
* Additional cinematic cameras
* Encyclopedia with detailed descriptions of all units, towers and weapons"
Post edited April 12, 2015 by Grargar
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Grargar: New deal from IndieGameStand is Rush for Glory (minimum $1 and Steam-only). BTA for Frozen Hearth (Steam-only).

"Plan your defense, place your towers, get ready for action!

Rush for Glory is a challenging and rewarding 3D Tower Defense Game, in which players are defending their base against an alien invasion. By strategically building towers and upgrading them, the player can keep his base safely and further progress through the extensive singleplayer campaign.
Over 30 types of enemies, terrifying level bosses as well as a wide variety of towers and upgrades are making Rush for Glory a unique Tower Defense experience.

The main features of the game include:

* Campaign with 10 different scenarios
* 3 difficulty levels
* Multiple achievements
* 5 types of towers with 3 different upgrades and 3 special abilities each
* 5 power attacks. Dead rain, trap, slower, golden tower…
* More than 30 enemy types with especial behavior PLUS boss fights: Attackers, healers, supporters, turbo types…
* Game speed controller to make game speed slow and fast
* Additional 10 mini games for each level
* Elaborate techtree with more than 40 upgrade options
* Additional cinematic cameras
* Encyclopedia with detailed descriptions of all units, towers and weapons"
keep in mind that while it's Steam only during the promotion, IF DRM-free builds are ever added, those would be added to IGS as well.
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Immoli: If anyone cares, Skyward Collapse and BIonic Dues are both multi-platform downloads (single zip file, can be played on mac/win/linux).

Pretty nice, GOG should implement that as a download option.
Yeah, I thought that was pretty cool too. I could see some complaining due to bandwidth issues, but as long as the ability to download separately was still available it'd be a nice feature for simplifying the multi-platform archiving process.
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letsmaybeLP92: keep in mind that while it's Steam only during the promotion, IF DRM-free builds are ever added, those would be added to IGS as well.
As someone pointed in the deals thread, Rush for Glory is DRM-Free on Desura, Frozen Hearth too.
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letsmaybeLP92: keep in mind that while it's Steam only during the promotion, IF DRM-free builds are ever added, those would be added to IGS as well.
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madth3: As someone pointed in the deals thread, Rush for Glory is DRM-Free on Desura, Frozen Hearth too.
upon closer examination, it seems like this dev has been only giving Steam keys recently for their games. (Even though they still support DRM-free via Desura) hmmm... They are starting to be like Plug In Digital and KISS
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madth3: As someone pointed in the deals thread, Rush for Glory is DRM-Free on Desura, Frozen Hearth too.
I'll remind people that Desura's DRM-Free filter is anything that doesn't require Steam. NyxQuest and X-Blades are described as "DRM-Free", yet both games feature online activation with limited installations.
Post edited April 14, 2015 by Grargar
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madth3: As someone pointed in the deals thread, Rush for Glory is DRM-Free on Desura, Frozen Hearth too.
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Grargar: I'll remind people that Desura's DRM-Free filter is anything that doesn't require Steam. NyxQuest and X-Blades are described as "DRM-Free", yet both games feature online activation with limited installations.
Not entirely true. Yes, some of the games that are featured DRM-free on Desura needs online activation but there are games like Yargis (which is featured on the recent IR bundle) that are not shown as DRM-free and they don't require Steam. You can find lots of games like Yargis on Desura that show only the platform logo (Windows, Linux or Mac) like the latest Desura game, Samudai.
Post edited April 14, 2015 by Accatone
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Accatone: Not entirely true. Yes, some of the games that are featured DRM-free on Desura needs online activation but there are games like Yargis (which is featured on the recent IR bundle) that are not shown as DRM-free and they don't require Steam. You can find lots of games like Yargis on Desura that show only the platform logo (Windows, Linux or Mac) like the latest Desura game, Samudai.
Well, what I'm trying to say, is that Desura's DRM-Free filter is misleading and should not be taken at face value.
Post edited April 14, 2015 by Grargar
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Accatone: Not entirely true. Yes, some of the games that are featured DRM-free on Desura needs online activation but there are games like Yargis (which is featured on the recent IR bundle) that are not shown as DRM-free and they don't require Steam. You can find lots of games like Yargis on Desura that show only the platform logo (Windows, Linux or Mac) like the latest Desura game, Samudai.
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Grargar: Well, what I'm trying to say is, is that Desura's DRM-Free filter is misleading and should not be taken at face value.
That's why we use GOG for DRM-free games! :)
New deal from IndieGameStand is Dungeon Prospector (DRM-Free+Desura key). BTA for OST, wallpapers, and Iso-Sphere (DRM-Free).

"Dungeon Prospector is an old-school dungeon crawler/roguelike in 3D. You're in infinity dungeon (in length and width) full of monsters and treasures. How far can you go and how long can you survive?

Game features:

- Dungeon generation.
- Over 35 items (food/potions/weapons/armor).
- 5 monsters.
- 2 Bosses.
- Rest / hunger system.
- Leveling.
- Permadeath.
- Crafting."
New deal from IndieGameStand is Barony (DRM-Free/Greenlight). BTA for the soundtrack.

"Barony is a 3D, first-person rogue-like. The goal of the game is to descend to the bottom of a dark dungeon known as the Devil's Bastion and destroy an undead lich named Baron Herx, who terrorized the peaceful town of Hamlet in life and is now harboring a curse against the land from beyond the grave. To aid you in your quest are friendly humans who have been eeking out a rough life within the dungeon for generations, as well as any friends you can bring with you in real life: Barony is the first of its kind as a first-person roguelike in that it fully supports cooperative multiplayer for up to four players."