This bundle malarkey is definitely becoming a trend. We've had the likes of The Beautiful Puzzle Pack, The Kinect Bundle, and The Action-Packed Bundle all very recently, and now another set of games have sneakily appeared on the marketplace at a discounted price, entitled the NinjaBee Bundle.
This particular bundle gives us developer specific titles, similar to the Twisted Pixel Bundle which released back in April. A range of platformers, simulations, as well as a tactical RPG are now available in one easy to download pack. Take your avatar through exotic lands in A World of Keflings, escape an outbreak of Clydes in Cloning Clyde, have your avatar fight through hordes of creepy-crawlies in Band of Bugs, cater to the needs of aliens in your very own space station in Outpost Kaloki X, and lead a revolt with your tribe against the tyrannical Boolis in Ancients of Ooga.
This bundle includes five full Xbox LIVE Arcade titles: “A World of Keflings," "Cloning Clyde," "Band of Bugs,” “Outpost Kaloki X,” and “Ancients of Ooga.” PLEASE NOTE: this bundle pack offers these games together at a discounted rate over individual purchases. The games in this bundle are available as individual downloads in the Xbox Games marketplace and are exactly the same. Be aware that it is possible to download the same game twice. If you already own one of these games there is no additional discount on this bundle, nor do you receive an additional copy of the game you already own.The NinjaBee bundle is available on the marketplace now for 1600 MSP. This means you'll be saving a whopping 2000 MSP as buying the games separately would have you spend 3600 MSP out of pocket. As with the other bundles, this could be a limited time offer so snap it up while you've got the chance!
Unfortunately, just like the Beautiful Puzzle Pack, the Kinect Bundle has also mysteriously vanished from the marketplace. If this news is anything to go by, you better not delay if you want any of the other currently available bundles. Stay tuned for when more bundle related news appears, as I'm sure we'll be seeing more in the not-too-distant future.