Queer Games Bundle 2 presents indies with diverse viewpoints, on sale this month

Curated by developer MidBoss, the Queer Games Bundle 2 features such titles as Herald, 2064: Read Only Memories, A Normal Lost Phone, LongStory, and more.

Developer MidBoss has gathered a fellowship of indies to compose Steam’s Queer Games Bundle 2, which is available for purchase now. In fact, it is on a 50 percent off sale through the end of this month, so now is a great time to grab it. As with the original Queer Games Bundle, this one will also be available at a 15 percent off discount after November. If you already own games from these bundles in your library, then fear not: Steam will automatically adjust the price so that you don’t end up re-buying the game you own.

Included in the bundle are:

  • 2064: Read Only Memories, which comes from bundle curator MidBoss, and is a cyberpunk adventure that involves a detective, a conspiracy, and a sapient machine.
  • Herald: An Interactive Period Drama, coming from Netherlands-based studio Wispfire, which is set in an alternate history and deals with themes of race and colonialism. We reviewed the game quite positively here on IND13.
  • A Normal Lost Phone, from Accidental Queens, in which you explore a phone to intimately learn about the life of its owner.
  • Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story, also from Accidental Queens, with similar gameplay to A Normal Lost Phone.
  • The Pirate’s Fate, a swashbuckling visual novel in which you seek treasure and maybe even love.
  • LongStory, a game from Bloom Digital Media about being whatever gender you like, and dating whoever you like.
  • Secret Little Haven, an adventure set in the internet world of 1999, starring a trans girl trying to figure herself out.
  • Even the Ocean, a story-heavy action platformer from the creator of Anodyne.
  • Enola, in which you survive a dark, abstract world conjured by the titular heroine’s lover Angelica.

Have a look at 2064: Read Only Memories’ launch trailer below:

If you play on Steam, you might want to know that retro-style first-person shooter Dusk is coming out in December. If you don’t mind Early Access games, you should check out The Blackout Club.

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

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