Game bundles are great. Not only do they combine multiple titles in one easy to purchase bundle, but quite frequently they also deliver decent discounts on individual purchases. That is exactly what is happening here today with the Digerati Pixel Art Bundle Part 1 – but I’m not sure we’ve ever seen such great savings.

Bringing together 4 of Digerati’s finest titles – Slain: Back From Hell, Uncanny Valley, DreamBreak and Bleed – the Pixel Art Bundle Part 1 also cuts the price on a purchase of these games significantly. In fact, whilst you would usually be looking at a £40.24 price for the purchase of all 4 games individually, the bundle lets you in on the action for just £8.05. I don’t need to sit here and tell you that is a stunning saving.

Whether you want a brutal adventure, an unsettling horror experience, the chance to visit a cyberpunk city or just wish to run around as fast as possible as you take on some stylish, challenging gameplay, the bundle delivers the pixelated goods.

Should you not have purchased any of the games yet, but have been sitting on the fence casting them an eager eye, then now is the best ever opportunity. Head over to the Microsoft Store and nab the Digerati Pixel Art Bundle Part 1 right now.

We can’t wait to see what Part 2 brings!

Bundle Description:

This bundle contains the following awesomely pixel-powered games: Slain: Back From Hell – battle through a blighted land in this bloody, brutal adventure and Unity Awards finalist for ‘Best 2D Visual Experience’. Uncanny Valley – an unsettling survival horror where nothing is as it seems. Play through multiple times to reveal all its darkest secrets. DreamBreak – explore a pixel-art cyberpunk city in this mystifying indie curio and alternate post-Cold War USSR adventure. Bleed – this 2D action-platformer and indie smash hit delivers a breakneck combination of stylish, acrobatic dodging and fluid, challenging gameplay.

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