Huge Seal indie sale launches

Huge Seal indie sale launches

Attack of the Huge Seal is being hosted by Frozenbyte, the developers behind Frozen Synapse and upcoming Frozen Endzone.

Attack of the Huge Seal, a sale of 35 indie games using Steam vouchers has gone live.

The deal, hosted by indie developer Frozenbyte, asks customers to sign in to their Steam accounts and build their own sale by selecting discount vouchers for a list of games. Vouchers range from 40% to 85% off their price on Steam.

After selecting five titles and then using the discount codes to buy the games, customers can start again with new vouchers if they wish. If your Steam library is public, you will also qualify for a random free game for every three bought with the voucher codes.

The actual current prices and how much of a saving you will be making are not listed on the site and the codes do need to be redeemed manually through Steam and applied before starting the purchase of the relevant title. There are also no restrictions to using the discount codes on gift copies.

Some of the games included in the deal are Mark of the Ninja, the Trine series, La Mulana, Legend of Grimrock and FTL. Many of the 35 titles listed are also available on Mac and Linux as well as Windows-based systems.

The motivation behind the campaign is listed in the FAQ as Frozenbyte wanting to help indie games gain a little more visibility and support sales of fellow developers.

The Attack of the Huge Seal ends on November 24 and the remaining discount codes expire on November 25.


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Zurechial 19th November 2013, 09:22 Quote
Frozen Synapse & Frozen Endzone are by Mode7 games, not Frozenbyte. Frozenbyte are only hosting this particular sale which includes games from other developers.
Hazchem 19th November 2013, 10:05 Quote
Why would you not put a link in the article?
Gusseteer 19th November 2013, 13:10 Quote
The absence of a link is somewhat annoying. If only there was some kind of engine to search the contents of the internet...
B1GBUD 19th November 2013, 13:53 Quote
Have no fear people..... you too can haz link:
forum_user 19th November 2013, 20:42 Quote
schmidtbag 20th November 2013, 04:35 Quote
I got 5 games out of this. The nice thing about this is it includes a lot of games that likely won't ever end up in the Humble Indie Bundles, but on the downside, a lot of these games aren't linux compatible. But it's fine - as long as I'm dual booting Windows, I don't really care.
PingCrosby 20th November 2013, 07:38 Quote
Originally Posted by Gusseteer
The absence of a link is somewhat annoying. If only there was some kind of engine to search the contents of the internet...

I know, hasn't he heard of Archie
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