Weeklong Deals for 4/15/19

This is one of those batches of Weeklong Deals that’s absolutely stuffed with games, and most of them are junk. Definitely not all of them, though, because I’ve got a list of sparkling gems here that you should not ignore. There’s also a good discount on Star Traders: Frontiers right now, which is our April Reader’s Choice review, so I’ll see about getting a review of that out on Friday if possible. If you’re into the whole telling-me-what-to-review thing, remember that we’re just a few dollars away from our next Patreon goal which will see me doing TWO Reader’s Choice reviews a month instead of just one!

One more quick note for the roguelike fans in the audience, Caves of Qud is getting a price hike this Thursday from $10 to $15. That’s still an insanely good value for the content you get, and on Wednesday night’s stream we’re going to spend a few hours showing why that’s the case!

 

It’s great!

Deep Sky Derelicts (Review) – Stylish dungeon crawler in space with interesting deck-building mechanics

Volume (Review) – Very smart and stylish arcade stealth game

Slain: Back from Hell (Review) – A little bit janky, but this bloody, metal platformer has more than enough style to make up for it

Bit Blaster XL (Review) – Neat little score attack shooter, good for short sessions

The Silent Age (Review) – Solid (if simple) adventure game with neat mechanics

Hero of the Kingdom (Review) – The original chill-ass trading adventure game

Nevermind (Review) – The rare indie psychological horror game that makes a pretty decent go of it

Submerged (Review) – If you don’t mind how repetitive it gets, this is a wonderfully atmospheric third-person adventure

Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers (Review) – Fantastically clever third-person puzzle adventure with very creative tools

Letter Quest (Review) – Fun little spelling game that can get tricky in a hurry

Back to Bed (Review) – Charming little Dali-inspired puzzler

Alwas Awakening (Review) – Fun if unambitious retro metroidvania

Cleansuit (Review) – Fantastic black comedy text parser adventure

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call (Review) – Not as good as the first but still an above-average HOG

Princess Isabella (review) – Decent hidden object game with a pretty unique endgame

Mirror Mysteries (Review) – An unremarkable HOG that’ll get the job done

 

It stinks!

ADR1FT (Review) – It’s very pretty, but ultimately a very boring space disaster

Eleusis (Review) – Neat premise for a horror game, but the execution will put you to sleep

Savage Lands (Review) – Now on its 4th year in Early Access and 2nd developer, maybe wait on this one to actually be done

Kyurinaga’s Revenge (Review) – Cute, but just too janky to recommend

Firewood (Review) – Your average boring indie horror adventure

Canyon Capers (Review) – So dumb and ugly it makes me angry

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