Once again, the time has come for another amazing seasonal Steam sale, and although it certainly doesn’t feel like Spring, that’s what Valve are celebrating.
As part of the Steam indie spring sale 2013, all Oddworld titles are 40% off the listed price. “Which games is that?” I hear you ask? Here’s the list:
The sale goes on from Thursday 21 March to Thursday 29 March. You’ve got a week to grab a bargain!
The Steam Summer Sale is here, and Oddworld is joining in the celebration! All Oddworld games and compilations are now available at half their ordinary price. That’s:
Users of OnLive now have no excuse not indulge themselves in Oddworld. Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath is now available to play, absolutely unlimited, to all subscribers of OnLive’s PlayPack Bundle. This means all four Oddworld games (otherwise known as the Oddboxx) are now included in the PlayPack Bundle.
LOS ANGELES, U.S.A. – April 11th 2011
From today onward, the price of the Oddboxx, featuring the first four critically-acclaimed games from Oddworld Inhabitants; Abe’s Oddysee and Abe’s Exoddus, Munch’s Oddysee and Stranger’s Wrath, has been lowered, permanently.
Eurogamer’s Kristan Reed states; “Regardless of whether you’ve played these games before or not, trawling through the Oddboxx is a rare pleasure. Such unfettered creativity has been sorely missed.”
This budget-priced compilation of award-winning classics is now available through Steam, IGN D2D, Amazon, Stardock, GamersGate and G.O.G.
The Oddboxx prices are as follows:
LOS ANGELES, U.S.A. – March 16th 2011
Today and all throughout the week, the Oddboxx, featuring the first four critically-acclaimed games from Oddworld Inhabitants; Abe’s Oddysee and Abe’s Exoddus, Munch’s Oddysee and Stranger’s Wrath, FINALLY launches through additional major online retailers.
Eurogamer’s Kristan Reed states; “Regardless of whether you’ve played these games before or not, trawling through the Oddbox is a rare pleasure. Such unfettered creativity has been sorely missed.”
LOS ANGELES, U.S.A. – February 22nd 2011
Since December 20th of last year, the Oddboxx has been available exclusively through the Steam network, featuring the first four critically-acclaimed games from Oddworld Inhabitants; Abe’s Oddysee and Abe’s Exoddus, Munch’s Oddysee and Stranger’s Wrath.
On the week of March 7th 2011, this budget-priced compilation of award-winning classics will finally launch on IGN D2D, Stardock, Amazon, GamersGate and other services to be announced.
I wanted to tell you all about some updates that have just gone live via Steam. As you know when the Oddboxx released back on December 20th, we had a fair amount of feedback, that feedback has impressed upon us how much you guys wanted to see some fixes, and extra features, well we’d like to share with you a little something …
We wanted to share some news with you. We’ve submitted the current Patch for Stranger’s Wrath PC for release, and now we have to wait for some last minute tests before it goes live with you the public; when the patch goes live we will publish the full change list.
In the meantime, a lot of the visual problems with the title have affected ATI Graphics cards almost exclusively. We have been working closely with the guys at AMD/ATI since the start of the year. This work is still ongoing however we are currently at the hands of the team at AMD.
We have jointly prepared a statement to this affect…
“AMD and Oddworld Inhabitants, Inc. are aware of the problems which are seen on ATI graphics cards with the latest OpenGL drivers and are working hard to resolve the problems. We’re not yet certain whether the problems lie in the driver or the game, but as soon as we have news we’ll share it with you.”
Thanks for your patience in this matter, and hopefully we’ll have some direct news for you very soon.
Just wanted to wish you all a Happy New Year for what promises to be an exciting and busy year for all of us here at Oddworld.
Over the next couple of weeks we’re going to be adding more parts to the website, including the return of that old favourite “Fan of the Month”. So keep your eyes peeled as the month progresses.
Now onto more important things, I wanted to update you all on the status of the 2 main parts of the “Oddboxx” release, Stranger’s Wrath and Munch’s Oddysee …