Weeklong Deals for 3/25/19

I gotta say, these are the kind of Weeklong Deals I live for, the ones where a bunch of rare and unique games come around on sale! In addition to everything I’ve got to talk about below, there are some really neat titles like Despotism 3k and DEMON’S TILT to check out, so if your tastes are more on the eclectic side it might be time to poke through some deals. And on that note, I’m going to be opening up nominations for our April Reader’s Choice Review tomorrow, so start thinking about what you’d like me to focus on next month!

Give it a go

Brigador (Review) – Fantastic isometric giant robot chaos and also probably the most cyberpunk game on Steam

Momodora: Reverie Under The Moonlight (Review) – Very tight and satisfying Souls-style metroidvania

Settlements (Review) – If you can get past the Win 3.1 presentation, this is a wonderfully deep city builder/survival/RPG hybrid

Refunct (review) – Extremely chill and satisfying first-person platformer

Immortal Redneck (Review) – The reigning champion of the FPS-roguelike pack

Unholy Heights (review) – Extremely Japanese mash-up of tower defense and social management

Halfway (Review) – Brutally difficult sci-fi turn-based tactics

One Way Heroics (Review) – Solid roguelike in the classic style with a really neat gimmick

Timberman (Review) – Chop all the wood!

Clash Force (Review) – Charming retro platformer without many bells or whistles

Kautic – The Bald Wizard (Review) – Janky but unique indie platformer

Pixel Puzzles: Japan (Review) – Do jigsaw puzzles!

Depths of Peril (Review) – Incredibly unique ARPG held back by how incredibly janky it is

Deep Under the Sky (Review) – Very chill one-button physics puzzler

Lunnye Devitsy (Review) – Neat little atmospheric platformer

 

Give it a pass

Hero of the Kingdom III (Review) – I never imagined this beloved franchise could miss the mark so badly, but here we are

Forward to the Sky (Review) – Not enough content, and not that fun to begin with

Deadly 30 (Review) – Aggressively repetitive zombie survival

Bardbarian (Review) – Neat idea, boring execution

Frankenstein: Master of Death (Review) – The rare HOG that’s too dumb even for me

The Dungeon Power (Review) – Boringest dungeon ever

Kholat (Review) – Very atmospheric for the first few minutes, then just falls flat

Incredipede (Review) – Neat idea, but that’s about it

Sinking Island (Review) – Could have been a very cool detective game, but almost impossible to progress

Wake (Review) – Escaping a sinking cruise ship should be more fun than this

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