Kyttaro Games is proud to present the very first Bundle In A Box: the Adventure Bundle ( http://www.bundle-in-a-box.com). The first of hopefully many thematic bundles and an indie gaming bundle that focuses on adventure games by launching? The Sea Will Claim Everything, and offering Gemini Rue, Ben There, Dan That! Special Edition, Time Gentlemen, Please!, 1893: A World’s Fair Mystery, The Shivah and Metal Dead.
We are especially proud for launching The Sea Will Claim Everything by indie developer Jonas Kyratzes. It’s a beautifully illustrated and excellently written point-and-click adventure, and the commercial debut of both Jonas Kyraztes and the Lands of Dream series.
Then again, the debut of The Sea Will Claim Everything is far from the sole Bundle In A Box first. 1893: A World’s Fair Mystery is the first piece of interactive fiction (text-adventure) to ever appear in a bundle.
The Indie Dev Grant, on the other hand, is a novel way to help fund indie developers without attaching any strings.? What’s more the entries are in ( http://www.bundle-in-a-box.com/page/11) and the voting will soon start.
All the games in the bundle are available as DRM-free Windows downloads, though we do provide Steam and Desura codes for Gemini Rue, Ben There, Dan That! and Time Gentlemen, Please!, and Desura codes for Metal Dead.
Bundle In A Box is using the pay-what-you-want model. The current minimum price of $1.39 will drop $0.10 for every 100 purchases, while a selection of extras will unlock after certain milestones have been reached. Said extras will include the already unlocked Gemini Rue soundtrack and a never-before-seen Metal Dead Making Of PDF booklet. The third extra will be the soundtrack of The Shivah.
The main bundle consists of five games, with Metal Dead and The Shivah being only available to those who pay above the average price.
As for the charity we’ll be supporting, it is none other than Perivolaki - The Hellenic Centre for Mental Health and Treatment of Child and Family. An institution helping mentally ill children and their families in Greece, but also an institution that is both close to our hearts and in real need of the money.