Weeklong Deals for 9/18/17

Weeklong deals! Look at them all! So many remarkable discounts on remarkable games… just that those remarks aren’t always positive. All joking aside, this is a real good week to go discount diving. Plenty of horror and adventure games are up for grabs, along with some notable platformers, hidden object games, and other assorted goods.

I’m going to do a little site re-organizing to keep it fresh and worth visiting regularly, and part of that is switching the Featured reviews at the top to whatever is discounted for the week. That means anytime you pop by the site, you can get a quick look at games that are on sale and have been reviewed, right there for you to peruse immediately!

On that note I’ve been a little quiet lately, working on the momentous event that looms large in the coming month. My excitement for the first big review series of the post-website era is hard to contain, but I’m managing. There WILL be another game jam peek on Wednesday and a new review on Friday though, I can commit to that much. After that, it’s just one more week to the spookiest month of the year!

And speaking of series, I finally got the original Roguemas re-edited, re-posted, and re-organized for the site. Check out the main page here and revisit classics of the genre like Spelunky, FTL, Rogue Legacy, and more. Okay, on to the deals at last!


The Swapper (Review) – A dark and moody puzzle game with a fantastic plot

Apotheon (Review) – Excellent open platformer with chaotic combat and an amazing aesthetic

The Cat Lady (Review) – Fantastic, disturbing point-and-click adventure about a suicidal woman

The Silent Age (Review) – Stylish, lightweight adventure with a neat time travel mechanic

Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden (Review) – Solid hidden object game that borrows liberally from BioShock

Horizon Shift (Review) – Decent little shmup with an unusual platforming gimmick

Gorescript (Review) – Indie FPS designed to mimic the best parts of classic DOOM

Monster Loves You! (Review) – Light choose-your-own-adventure about adorable monsters

Pixel Puzzles: Japan (Review) – It’s jigsaw puzzles with pretty pictures. C’mon.

Mirror Mysteries (Review) – Perfectly baseline hidden object game, if that’s what you’re looking for


Kholat (Review) – Spend all your time on a spooky, threatening mountain range looking for notes to a dumbass story

Capsized (Review) – A real mess of a platformer with floaty combat and aggravating physics

Dead Pixels (Review) – Run right and shoot Mega Man zombies forever

Porradaria 2: Pagode of the Night (Review) – An object lesson in why you don’t make parody platformers

The Emptiness Deluxe Edition (review) – Hahahahaha

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