The DRM-free pay-what-you-want Indie Royale Debut 7 has launched this week, offering six indie games. By paying the set minimum price of $2.99 or more, you can get six games including the fighting game Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae, multiplayer mech fighter Metal Planet, first-person puzzler Pulse Shift, adventure game Al Emmo and the Lost Dutchman's Mine, RPG Millennium 2: Take Me Higher, and space-themed strategy game Fleet Buster.
Interestingly enough, all six of these games are also seeking community support on Greenlight to score distribution on Steam, so buyers can either access the games on Desura or receive DRM-free versions for Windows. Those that pay at least $7 get additional content like the Chiptune Hero EP album by DJ Cutman.
You can find the latest bundle here.