If you’re a fan of point-and-click adventures, these Weeklong Deals are for you! Several high-quality titles have landed among the discounts, along with some lesser-known but interesting-looking offerings. Also the Stronghold games keep coming back again and again, so consider picking those up so I can stop talking about them.
We’re about halfway through Spooky Games 6 if you need to catch up on our yearly horror game ritual, and already we’ve covered some absolute gems. The rest of our streams this month are going horror-heavy as well, with tonight and Wednesday going to a full run of the lost classic Afterfall: Insanity. If you’ve never seen this thing in action, I implore you to join us as we discover just how wild low-budget Polish Dead Space can get. We’re starting at 9pm PDT tonight on our Twitch channel!
Machinarium (Review) – An impressively charming point-and-click adventure without dialogue
The Dream Machine (Review) – Very solid stop-motion point-and-click that takes you through all kinds of twisted dreamscapes
Technobabylon (Review) – Great cyberpunk point-and-click with fantastic characters and puzzles
Tusker’s Number Adventure (Review) – Neat little creepy thing about a malfunctioning edutainment title
Super Motherload (Review) – Very cool revival of an old Flash mining adventure
Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers (Review) – Unique third-person puzzler with some very fun tools to use
Type:Rider (Review) – The most fun you will ever have exploring the history of typefaces (it’s a lot)
FreeCell Quest (Review) – All the solitaire you could ever want, wrapped in a light RPG package
Stronghold HD (Review) – You know, I might stop linking these, they’re on sale like every other week
Stronghold Crusader HD (Review) – Seriously if you’re not down with besieging castles yet I’m not going to convince you
Job the Leprechaun (Review) – The most baseline platforming experience I will ever give a pass to
Pixel Puzzles: Japan (Review) – Jigsaw puzzles of photographs of Japan
Blackbay Asylum (review) – Gory, trashy, and ultimately a pretty neat horror adventure
rooMaze (Review) – Would be a neat dungeon crawler if it were remotely fair