Published on December 20th, 2012 | by Nidde


Steam Holiday Sale 2012

It's Steam Sale time!Active: December 20, 2012 – January 5, 2013


A few times a year we see the Steam sales and our wallets take a real beating. Not because things are expensive, the Steam sales are (almost) always great deals, but there are just so many great offers that one simple can not pass them up! Just this summer there were the Indie Bundles of the Day at €9.99 each day for 10 days. Great bundles, at great prices, but still 10 instances at €10 each; it adds up. Alongside the great indie offers there are also some massive discounts to the AAA-library that are really worth checking out. But that’s not why we’re here.

This time around we’re seeing new deals for individual games each day, but the thing that stands out is a bundle that is targeted at the gamers looking to start out their indie library in a big bad way. Take note that most of these games have been on sale before and most likely will be on sale again.

Indie Super Mega PackFor the price of €64.99 you get no less than 30 games. That’s less than €2.25 per game and the list is pretty impressive.

  1. Amnesia: The Dark Descent
  2. AudioSurf
  3. Awesomenauts
  4. Bastion
  6. Cave Story+
  7. Closure
  8. Dear Esther
  9. Death Rally
  10. Deponia
  11. Dungeon Defenders
  12. Hotline Miami
  13. Krater
  14. Legend of Grimrock
  15. LIMBO
  16. Lone Survivor
  17. Mark of the Ninja
  18. Orcs Must Die! 2
  19. Space Pirates and Zombies
  20. Spirits
  21. Super Meat Boy
  22. Symphony
  23. Terraria
  24. Thirty Flights of Loving
  25. To the Moon
  26. Tower Wars
  27. Towns
  28. Trine 2
  29. Universal Sandbox
  30. Ys Origin

As stated, this is a great way to start off your indie collection. And all the titles are on sale individually as well, ranging from a 25% to a 75% discount.

Happy holiday gaming!

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For 500 days, from January 1st, 2013, until May 16th, 2014, Nidde will set aside all AAA-titles and only play indie games to find out if the indie scene can replace the big budget landscape.

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