This limited time offer is one not to be missed by Steam fans. Which game will you be playing first?

29 Steam Games for $1 at Bundle Stars – Available Now

This limited time offer is one not to be missed by Steam fans. Which game will you be playing first?
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If you’re looking to try out Steam for the first time — or even a seasoned PC gamer wanting to try some different games to your regular choices — this offer from Bundle Stars is a good place to start.

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The “Dollar Uber Bundle” is a collection of 29 games spanning all manner of genres. At their usual cost, this bundle would set you back a little under $100, but for 14 days only (or while stocks last) you can get the lot for just $1. The games included in the bundle are:

  • Desolate Wastes: Vendor Chronicles
  • State of Anarchy
  • Project Starship
  • Fall of Civilization
  • City of Chains
  • Atonement 2: Ruptured by Despair
  • Dungeon of Zolthan
  • Elements II: Hearts of Light
  • Broken Dreams
  • Reset 1-1
  • Atonement: Scourge of Time
  • Incitement 3
  • Data Hacker: Corruption
  • Data Hacker: Initiation
  • Outrage
  • Purgatory
  • Data Hacker: Reboot
  • Radical Spectrum: Volume 1
  • Elements: Soul of Fire
  • The Dreamlord
  • PulseCharge
  • Insincere
  • Dead6hot
  • Invasion: Brain Craving
  • Hero Quest: Tower Conflict
  • Rabiez: Epidemic
  • Guardians of Victoria
  • AI: Rampage
  • So Many Cubes

As an added bonus, 21 of the games include Steam Trading Cards, allowing you to earn Steam Wallet money as you play.

Visit Bundle Stars to take advantage of this offer, and the Steam Keys for all the listed games will be available immediately following successful payment.

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