IndieBox Announces May Collector’s Box

IndieBox’s latest collaboration features Owlchemy Labs, the team behind interactive choose-your-own adventure game Dyscourse, and the end result is the May IndieBox Dyscourse: Collector’s Edition. Dyscourse is the latest game to receive a Collector’s Edition as part of the ongoing subscription service.

IndieBox is dedicated to bringing unique collector’s editions of games to subscribers’ doors each month. Aside from high quality indie games, every IndieBox typically comes with retro-style box art, a USB game cartridge, an original soundtrack and more, at varying price tiers depending on the subscription plan. Fans of Dyscourse will be treated to a DRM-free copy of the game for Windows, Mac, and Linux, along with a color manual and additional collectibles. Subscribers will also receive a Steam key.

Untitled-1After a successful kickstarter in 2013, Dyscourse was released earlier this year to very positive reviews on Steam, and is featured in the current digital issue of The Indie Game Magazine. Players take control of an art school graduate turned barista named Rita, who finds herself marooned on a desert island after a plane crash. There, she meets a series of quirky characters with distinct personalities, and is often forced to make decisions that are integral to their survival.

The Dyscourse Collector’s Edition is limited to 1700 individually numbered boxes, and only available to subscribers. Those interested in the Dyscourse Collector’s Edition can sign up for this month’s IndieBox via the official website prior to May 23, 11:59 PM EST. You can stay up to date with the latest IndieBox news through Facebook and Twitter. For more information on the characters and gameplay of Dyscourse, make sure to stop by the game’s website.

A keen retrogamer who grew up playing classics like Prince of Persia, Aladdin, and Diddy Kong Racing, Katrina believes that digital games are not just fun, but a great way to learn. These days she enjoys studying Japanese language acquisition, and designing her own games.