Build a Bundle
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From Groupees
Page groupees.com/bab
Available May 22, 2012 — Jun 4, 2012
Games
DRM Steam DRM-free
Platforms Windows Mac
Charities

The Build a Bundle was the third multiple-game bundle from Groupees. It was the first bundle to allow each purchaser to choose which games should be included in the bundle, so no need to buy extra copies of games already owned. Most of the games from the Be Mine Indie Game Bundle were options.

Pricing[edit | edit source]

The minimum depended on how many games the purchaser chose. A minimum of three games at $1 each had to be chosen. The next 6 games add 75 cents each to the total, with the final three adding 50 cents each. The two Dark Fall games count as one as Lights Out was added as a bonus due to a delay in getting Lost Souls Steam keys out. The minimum price then ranged from $3 for 3 games up to $9 for all twelve games. 20% went to the charity.

Games[edit | edit source]

The bundle could include any combination of at least 3 up to all 12 of the following games: Dark Fall: Lost Souls, The Ball, NecroVisioN, Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals, Sideway New York, Caster, Lightfish, Post Apocalyptic Mayhem, Xotic, Beep, Ubersoldier 2, and Diamond Dan. If Dark Fall: Lost Souls was chosen, Dark Fall 2: Lights Out Director's Cut was added as a bonus. Celestial Mechanica was added as a bonus for everyone when 4500 bundles were sold.

Steam[edit | edit source]

Individual Steam keys were included for every game except Ubersoldier 2, Dark Fall 2: Lights Out Director's Cut and Celestial Mechanica.

Desura[edit | edit source]

This bundle did not support Desura.

Windows[edit | edit source]

Dark Fall 2: Lights Out Director's Cut, Dark Fall: Lost Souls, The Ball, NecroVisioN, Caster, Lightfish, Xotic, Beep, Ubersoldier 2, Diamond Dan, and Celestial Mechanica can be downloaded DRM-free for Windows.

Mac[edit | edit source]

Caster, Lightfish, Diamond Dan, and Celestial Mechanica can be downloaded DRM-free for Mac.

Linux[edit | edit source]

None of the games in this bundle support Linux.

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