IndieBox is a subscription service that delivers collector’s edition versions of indie games to you each month. In each of their boxes, you will receive a Steam Key, DRM-free Standard Edition, soundtrack, and exclusive collectible items for whatever game is included in the box.
Cost: As low as $19.99 per month (plus S & H)
Theme/Game: Typoman: Revised
Let’s take a look inside this box…
Steam describes Typoman as “a puzzle platformer. You slip into the role of a character made of letters, struggling to make your way through a dark and hostile world. Despite your small stature you have a powerful gift: You can craft words which will have an effect on the environment. But choose your words wisely – they can either be a blessing… or a curse!”
I haven’t played it but it sounds pretty interesting and quite possibly something I might enjoy!
When you open the case, there is a handbook and the game Discs inside. I like that you feel like you’re getting a tangible piece of property that you can see and touch as opposed to a card with a number on it.
In addition to the game, you get this collectible pen holder with Typoman on it and a Typoman pen too!
I think this box is really unique in that it is based on an Indie game and has relevant accessories designed to go with it. You can subscribe to this box for as little as $19.99 + shipping and handling, You have 24 days left to subscribe and receive the June box which includes the game, Hollow Knight.
This game looks pretty cool too….It is a described as “a classically styled 2D action adventure across a vast interconnected world where you can explore twisting caverns, ancient cities, and deadly wastes. You will go up against creatures and become friends with bizarre bugs. The characters on the packaging make me curious enough to try playing it.
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