Weeklong Deals for 4/2/18

There’s a surprising density of excellent Weeklong Deals to be had at the moment, including some favorites of mine across several genres. Horror fans need to check out The Cat Lady if they haven’t (and can stomach it), retro platformer vets should look into Odallus, and puzzle-platformer types should give Tiny and Big a try. These are just a few stand-outs amidst a solid list of deals, so read on for the skinny on this big week!

Some of you may have noticed a phantom post briefly flit into existence last Saturday. That was a goof on my part, scheduling an incomplete post instead of leaving it a draft, but I doubt too many caught it. Still, you can expect something new and exciting (and complete!) this coming Saturday, something that I know folks have been waiting for ever since I asked about it…


King’s Bounty: The Legend (Review) – Charming, sprawling tactical RPG that you can sink dozens of hours into

Volume (Review) – Razor-sharp stealth game with some phenomenal writing

The Cat Lady (Review) – Pitch-black horror adventure about a suicidal woman and her demons

Odallus: The Dark Call (Review) – Masterful mix of modern and retro platforming design

Starward Rogue (Review) – Garish but quality sci-fi bullet hell roguelike

Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers (Review) – Excellent third-person platformer with some awesome powers

The Dream Machine (Review) – Dark and thoughtful point-and-click adventure through claymation dream country

Betrayer (review) – A unique attempt at merging first-person shooting, horror, and open-world exploration

Cargo Commander (Review) – Interesting take on a roguelike platformer collect-a-thon

Monster Loves You! (Review) – Adorable choose-your-own-adventure about guiding a monster through life

Gun Metal (Review) – Decent giant robot game held back by being old and unambitious

Dark Fall: The Journal (Review) – Brutally old-school horror adventure in a confusing abandoned train station

Mirror Mysteries (Review) – Real basic hidden object game


Knights and Merchants (Review) – Infuriatingly clunky RTS

Bardbarian (Review) – Cute idea, underwhelming execution

Mimic Hunter (Review) – Too damn hard for its own good, but did recently get new difficulty options…

Dark Fall 2: Lights Out (Review) – Absolutely murders any sort of patience I have for old-school adventures

Deadly 30 (Review) – Side-scrolling zombie survival sorely lacking in variety

rooMaze (Review) – First-person roguelike that hates you to death

Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals (Review) – Incomprehensibly bad point-and-click adventure

Canyon Capers (Review) – Baaaaaaaaarf

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