[Steam] Dollar Ultra Bundle (46 Games) - 99p - Bundlestars
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[Steam] Dollar Ultra Bundle (46 Games) - 99p - Bundlestars

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Found 27th Feb 2017
Long time lurker. Go easy on me, first post in a while.

Redeem on Steam - 46 Products - Windows (46) Mac (3) Linux (4)

https://cdn.bundlestars.com/production/product/1280x720/d41136bc-7c7a-4398-9126-b4c78fbb5611.jpg

$1 Ride
Ampersand
Calcu-Late
Catch a Falling Star
Clergy Splode
Cosmic Dust & Rust
Deep Space Dash
Drayt Empire
Drive Megapolis
Eaten Alive
Escape Machines
Final Quest
Final Quest II
Flesh Eaters
Freebie
Germ Wars
Hyper color ball
Joana's Life
Kivi, Toilet and Shotgun
Laraan
Lup
Midnight Carnival
Monster Puzzle
Neon Hardcorps
New kind of adventure
OR
Project Druid - 2D Labyrinth Explorer-
Shape Shifter
Spikit
Star Chronicles: Delta Quadrant
Star Drifter
Star Fields
Stellar 2D
Stone Age Wars
Super Mega Neo Pug
Super Mustache
Super Space Pug
Terra Incognita ~ Chapter One: The Descendant
The Land of Dasthir
The Tower Of Elements
Tinboy
Town of Night
Turbo Pug
Turbo Pug 3D
Turbo Pug DX
Warriors of Vilvatikta
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Looking at the list, if you have a thing for Pugs in space, you're on to a bit of a winner.
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 27th Feb 2017

Long time lurker. Go easy on me



Cold
Seems like a good bunch of games to sling onto my netbook to play when I'm inbetween places. Can't complain for £1.

RIP my wrists though, adding them all into Steam is already sounding tedious and my keys haven't arrived yet! haha

edit: Just noticed these aren't redeemed on Steam. YAYYYY!
Edited by: "Bravura" 27th Feb 2017
46 bad games is still bad games. all of these will go to my "rubbish" category on my steam account. careful spending your pounds, 5x buying rubbish games like this can give you decent games. give way for these kind of games from bundlestar give aways or humble bundle monthly
Bravura

edit: Just noticed these aren't redeemed on Steam. YAYYYY!



Bundlestars says they are?

https://s13.postimg.org/cd9rf2wh3/Screen_Shot_2017_02_27_at_13_05_10.png
Can anyone confirm this is redeemable on steam? If so I might buy for a rainy day.
SaleChaser

Can anyone confirm this is redeemable on steam? If so I might buy for a … Can anyone confirm this is redeemable on steam? If so I might buy for a rainy day.


That's the only form in which Bundle Stars sell games.
Edited by: "Illusionary" 27th Feb 2017
99p just to boost my Steam games to get a new badge.


Worth it. X)
fr3dy77_sp33d

46 bad games is still bad games. all of these will go to my "rubbish" … 46 bad games is still bad games. all of these will go to my "rubbish" category on my steam account. careful spending your pounds, 5x buying rubbish games like this can give you decent games. give way for these kind of games from bundlestar give aways or humble bundle monthly


Use your noggin.

99p for 46 games.

Leave steam idler to generate trading cards. Sell cards = profit towards your decent games.
BuzzDuraband

Bundlestars says they are?



My bad, I was looking at the list of games and was looking for the steam icon on the game's label like they have on Humble Bundle, but it don't work like that here.
MrCollective

Leave steam idler to generate trading cards. Sell cards = profit towards … Leave steam idler to generate trading cards. Sell cards = profit towards your decent games.



Found a couple of these online, which one did you use?
(I'm always slightly concerned by these type of programs...)
MBeeching

Found a couple of these online, which one did you use?(I'm always … Found a couple of these online, which one did you use?(I'm always slightly concerned by these type of programs...)



Steam Idle Master, if you want it to switch between games while you are away from PC. But if you would prefer to just Idle one game at a time upon your discretion you just run the Idler.exe that is part of the package.
Super Mustache looks like a fun platform, I will bite for 99p
fr3dy77_sp33d

46 bad games is still bad games. all of these will go to my "rubbish" … 46 bad games is still bad games. all of these will go to my "rubbish" category on my steam account. careful spending your pounds, 5x buying rubbish games like this can give you decent games. give way for these kind of games from bundlestar give aways or humble bundle monthly



Do you know they're all bad games?
MrCollective

Use your noggin.99p for 46 games.Leave steam idler to generate trading … Use your noggin.99p for 46 games.Leave steam idler to generate trading cards. Sell cards = profit towards your decent games.



Is this a worthwhile thing to do? I have literally hundreds of games i never redeemed the keys for, and every year less and less money to buy the AAA titles. Every little helps!
$1 by vpn
113 card drops (for the games I didn't have previously).....oh that should be at least £2.26 back on steam I'm rich!!

A couple of the games look like worth a little look when bored for something 'different' to play
Edited by: "Midnight.Tboy" 28th Feb 2017
dr_raff

Is this a worthwhile thing to do? I have literally hundreds of games i … Is this a worthwhile thing to do? I have literally hundreds of games i never redeemed the keys for, and every year less and less money to buy the AAA titles. Every little helps!



Electricity cost to Card price I guess isnt value, but if you leave your PC on 24/7 or have a server then its profit
MrCollective

Use your noggin.99p for 46 games.Leave steam idler to generate trading … Use your noggin.99p for 46 games.Leave steam idler to generate trading cards. Sell cards = profit towards your decent games.



​enlighten me please. my understanding is 1 card can be sold for £0.07. more or less 15 cards to get your £1 back. taking the time you spent on playing those rubbish games, is it really worth it?

bad or not of course based on your taste but I already have at least one hundred steam keys that I don't even bothered to enter into my steam account. I don't even think selling it on ebay worth my time... I don't need another 46 entries of such games.
MrCollective

[quote=fr3dy77_sp33d] Leave steam idler to generate trading cards. Sell … [quote=fr3dy77_sp33d] Leave steam idler to generate trading cards. Sell cards = profit towards your decent games.



dont know of any Linux alternatives by chance do you?
But these games are available cheaper with DIG points?

Still bought though

fr3dy77_sp33d

​enlighten me please. my understanding is 1 card can be sold for £0.07. mo … ​enlighten me please. my understanding is 1 card can be sold for £0.07. more or less 15 cards to get your £1 back. taking the time you spent on playing those rubbish games, is it really worth it? bad or not of course based on your taste but I already have at least one hundred steam keys that I don't even bothered to enter into my steam account. I don't even think selling it on ebay worth my time... I don't need another 46 entries of such games.



"taking the time you spent on playing those rubbish games, is it really worth it? "

Pfft who actually plays steam games!

Idlemaster

Take it your new to steam.
fr3dy77_sp33d

46 bad games is still bad games. all of these will go to my "rubbish" … 46 bad games is still bad games. all of these will go to my "rubbish" category on my steam account. careful spending your pounds, 5x buying rubbish games like this can give you decent games. give way for these kind of games from bundlestar give aways or humble bundle monthly




When your lvl 110 on steam, over 1200 games (which you dont play) the boat for spending wisely sailed a long long time ago!
Anyone know how many of these have cards?
Whilst all this talk of trading cards, Steam idlers and £1.26 profit margin is truly fascinating, can anyone tell me whether any of these games are actually worth playing?
So many games that I got bored of redeeming the codes haha, I'll resume tomorrow
fattyuk

When your lvl 110 on steam, over 1200 games (which you dont play) the … When your lvl 110 on steam, over 1200 games (which you dont play) the boat for spending wisely sailed a long long time ago!



​Hihi. Thanks for your compliment but I'm barely level 4 with 200 ish games on my account (yes, most of them are not played), and I already feel like steam addict.
46 games I will never play, pass.
but but but I don't want to spend times input 46 codes into steam for games I would likely never touch!
Axpro

Anyone know how many of these have cards?


Having a quick look through... Looks as though every single one has steam trading cards.
So def worth just for getting these with an idler!
Buy, spend 5 mins inputting the codes in Steam, let your idler run and make a few quid back in steam wallet funds. They're probably all crap, I'll check tomorrow if any have good reviews but I think it's unlikely.
fr3dy77_sp33d

​enlighten me please. my understanding is 1 card can be sold for £0.07. mo … ​enlighten me please. my understanding is 1 card can be sold for £0.07. more or less 15 cards to get your £1 back. taking the time you spent on playing those rubbish games, is it really worth it? bad or not of course based on your taste but I already have at least one hundred steam keys that I don't even bothered to enter into my steam account. I don't even think selling it on ebay worth my time... I don't need another 46 entries of such games.



You don't have to play them. A program called Idle master runs the game in a tiny window that takes up no resources, while the game is active cards are generated.

P.S They are not all "rubbish" - Some indie games are more interesting than AAA titles.

I've just had a quick look through your Steam profile. You could gain roughly £5-£8 from the games your haven't played towards Steam credit if you decide to leave IdleMaster running.
Edited by: "MrCollective" 1st Mar 2017
MrCollective

You don't have to play them. A program called Idle master runs the game … You don't have to play them. A program called Idle master runs the game in a tiny window that takes up no resources, while the game is active cards are generated.P.S They are not all "rubbish" - Some indie games are more interesting than AAA titles.I've just had a quick look through your Steam profile. You could gain roughly £5-£8 from the games your haven't played towards Steam credit if you decide to leave IdleMaster running.



​wow. I should have known that you are the expert on this. thanks! that would be useful, I'll give it a go.

help me to understand why would someone buy steam card? what's the benefit from doing so? what's the difference with gem? I was trying to Google this but could not get a satisfactory explanation for it. perhaps you know?
Idling as we speak and 135 trading cards in total...
Even if you only get 3p each, that's a nice £4 to go towards a decent game!
fr3dy77_sp33d

​wow. I should have known that you are the expert on this. thanks! that w … ​wow. I should have known that you are the expert on this. thanks! that would be useful, I'll give it a go. help me to understand why would someone buy steam card? what's the benefit from doing so? what's the difference with gem? I was trying to Google this but could not get a satisfactory explanation for it. perhaps you know?



Cards make badges, each time you craft a badge you gain account experience. Your steam account level goes up which gives you additional content to display on your profile page and more friends slots. Some like it, I don't. I just sell the cards and buy more games
MrCollective

Cards make badges, each time you craft a badge you gain account … Cards make badges, each time you craft a badge you gain account experience. Your steam account level goes up which gives you additional content to display on your profile page and more friends slots. Some like it, I don't. I just sell the cards and buy more games



​I'll follow your footsteps master :).
how about GEM? how to utilise this?
fr3dy77_sp33d

​I'll follow your footsteps master :).how about GEM? how to utilise this?



lol...

Never used the gems
MrCollective

lol... :{Never used the gems



​ok, thanks mate
I am so tight used a vpn 84p
fr3dy77_sp33d

​ok, thanks mate




best way for gems is to find people who have backgrounds worth 100gems that will trade for 3p cards, and then craft a sack and sell.

its a niche market, just dont ever craft items into gems, ever.(unless its like the above)
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