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OnLive has indie game sale; adds new games to monthly subscription service

The OnLive streaming PC game service was first announced two years ago at GDC and officially launched in June 2010 just after E3 ended. Since then the service has expanded to include PCs with WiFi connections and connecting TVs to the service via the OnLive Microconsole. Earlier this year OnLive launched its PlayBack service which game people a chance to stream and play from a library of games for one monthly $9.99 fee.

Today OnLive announced that the PlayBack service has added several new games from publisher Square Enix including games in the Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, Thief, Mini Ninjas and Hitman series. Also from now until March 4 a number of indie games on the OnLive service are on sale for as much as 80 percent off. It includes The Ball ($5), The Maw ($2), Trine ($5), World of Goo, ($2.50). Shatter ($2.25) Madballs in Babo: Invasion ($2.50), and AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! ($4.99).

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