Published on October 10th, 2017 | by Joseph Saulnier0
G2A Deal #7 Has an impressive Game Bundle Deal For You
Rzeszów, Poland – Oct. 5, 2017 – G2A.COM, the premier digital marketplace for gaming products, has unveiled its latest bundle of games in a deal that’s hard to pass up. G2A Deal #7 comes rocking with five titles in five different genres, including a tactical RPG, puzzle platformer, and even a good old-fashioned farm simulator. The list of games in the pack includes Plantera, Alien Shooter TD, The Beggar’s Ride, Dungeon Rushers, and Western Press, all of which come straight from the developers and publishers themselves, with no third-party sellers involved. The bundle will cost €2.49 with a subscription, or €2.99 as a one-time purchase.
Below are details for each game:
- Plantera – Are you dreaming of a garden but live in a concrete jungle? Then let your gardening dreams come true as you harvest plants and collect fruits and vegetables in your very own virtual garden. This casual farming simulator comes ripe with little blue helpers, irksome critters, and coins galore.
- Alien Shooter TD – This Tower Defense game based on the legendary Alien Shooter series is perfect for the hero who doesn’t mind getting their hands dirty. Resist countless waves of blood-thirsty invaders, build towers, and command an elite warrior platoon all in the hopes of rescuing humanity.
- The Beggar’s Ride – Embody a beggar-turned-hero in this unique platform puzzle adventure game. Join an old beggar on his journey to distant lands as you use God-like powers granted by ancient masks to solve puzzles and direct the forces of nature.
- Dungeon Rushers – All those dungeons are just ready for the taking, but are you up to the task? Find out in this 2D tactical RPG game with turn-based combat and see just how many dungeons you can loot. Assemble a heroic dream team, craft new equipment, and even build your own trap-rigged dungeons.
- Western Press – Can you type your opponents to death? Apparently, you can in this frontier dueling game. The rules are simple – you compete in a tournament of up to 16 players (or bots), and whoever types a 10-character string faster wins the duel and ultimately the entire competition.