How’s that for a bold claim, eh? Although with the likes of Vox, Little Racers STREET and Kairo all being part of this particular lineup, I’m inclined to agree that these are in fact hidden gems. Not overly familiar with the rest though, so… hard to say for sure. Whatever the case, like their initial outing, this one is also quite Steam-centric. Nothing wrong with that, right? Heck, I’m sure lots of people actually prefer it that way.
With ten games across two price tiers ($1.99 and $4.99) and Steam keys across the board, there aren’t many reasons to ignore this one. Believe me, they’re not gonna be this cheap ever again. Do keep in mind that while it’s quite playable, Vox is currently an Early Access (alpha/beta) release. Oh and each tier contains a bonus game, set to be revealed at a later date. Intriguing!
Blue Toad Murder Files (Windows – Steam)
Blue Toad Murder Files™: The Mysteries of Little Riddle is a one to four player co-operative game created by Relentless Software. Who shot the Mayor? As one of the detectives from the infamous Blue Toad Agency you have to eliminate suspects, get witness evidence and solve the puzzles to discover Whodunnit.
Vox [alpha] (Windows – Steam)
Vox is a voxel based, action, adventure and creation game with a big focus on player created content and in-game customization on all game objects, such as characters, items, weapons, equipment, monsters, NPCs, world terrain, scenery, quests, etc. Come and explore your imagination!
Mutant Storm Reloaded (Windows – Steam)
Mutant Storm progresses over 89 levels of twin-stick shooter mayhem! As you get deeper, you are ever more overcrowded with nasty beasties. This carnival of frenetic fun is showcased in a cutting edge graphics extravaganza. Viewed from well above, you and your enemies can always be seen. Always be killed, and always be laughed at!
King Arthur’s Gold (Windows, Mac, Linux – Steam)
King Arthur’s Gold is a multiplayer game played with up to 32 players. Build castles and wage war on the enemy team as a knight, archer or builder in a fully destructible medieval world. It blends the best cooperative aspects of Lost Vikings, mashes them with Worms, with the visual style of Metal Slug, made by the creators of Soldat.
Legends of Aethereus (Windows, Mac, Linux – Steam)
The planet of Aethereus is an ancient and mysterious world filled with majestic forests, misty swamps, deep caves and ancient ruins. Devastated by three large astronomical events, the Three Great Skyfalls, it is a world just coming out of chaos and ruin. The recent unearthing of The Gauldron Tablets has revealed the existence of The Seven Ancient Skyfall Relics. The promise of unlimited power for those who possess the objects has led to a frenzied search across all of Aethereus.
Iesabel (Windows, Mac, Linux – Steam)
In the times of darkness, only the mightiest of heroes can save the world. Stand out against the evil all by yourself in epic single player mode, or form an unstoppable team with up to 7 of your friends in co-op mode. Swarms of bloodthirsty monsters, loads of epic gear to collect, dozens of skills to obtain await for you!
Kairo (Windows, Mac, Linux – Steam)
Enter the lost world of Kairo. Explore vast abandoned monuments. Bring strange and ancient machinery back to life. Slowly uncover the true purpose of Kairo and fulfil a great destiny. Kairo is an atmospheric 3D exploration and puzzle solving game. Developed by Richard Perrin the creator of the white chamber with music by Wounds (Bartosz Szturgiewicz).
Little Racers STREET (Windows, Mac, Linux – Steam)
Little Racers STREET fuses the fun-oriented simplicity of top-down racing games with the excitement of street racing, and the results couldn’t be better! Experience thrilling high speed races, and drift like never before along more than 200 different events. With varied weather conditions affecting handling, you’ll need precise driving to reach the first places, and success!
Don’t forget that Blink Bundle’s The Hidden Gems Bundle will only be available for little less than fourteen days, so don’t wait too long; unless you enjoy paying full price for indie games, that is. Nothing wrong with that, but since a bundle has been made available and all – might as well, right?