Weeklong Deals for 3/9/20

After a lost week, we’re back to digging through the Weeklong Deals! They’re a pretty good cross-section of genres this time, with plenty of horror, survival, shooting, and even a few recent Platformebruary features. Speaking of our most recent series, this week I’ll be rounding out the last three entries that I missed when I vanished at the end of February. We’re also getting into some new realms in our streams, with a deep dive into Yume Nikki tonight, a dip into the 7DRL 2020 game jam on Wednesday, and a wave of classic edutainment games crashing over us this weekend. Make sure you’re following our Twitch channel if you don’t want to miss these gaming excursions!

 

That’s a yes

NEO Scavenger (Review) – A wonderfully detailed post-apocalyptic survival sim

The Final Station (Review) – Extremely atmospheric horror adventure

Conarium (Review) – A fine adaptation of Lovecraft as an immersive horror adventure

Hard Reset Redux (Review) – Flashy robot-smashin’ FPS, just don’t play it on hard

Tesla vs Lovecraft (Review) – Immensely gratifying twin-stick arcade shooter

Seeds of Resilience (Review) – A curious turn-based survival sim

Devader (Review) – Unique twin-stick shooter with very creative bosses

Hero of the Kingdom (Review) – One of the best chill adventure games around

9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek (Review) – Terribly charming hidden object game in a very B-horror style

Skautfold: Usurper (Review) – Interesting mix of metroidvania and Dark Souls mechanics

Shotgun Legend (Review) – Decent little homage to the original Zelda

Cargo Commander (Review) – Roguelike collectathon platformer with a unique structure and story

Schein (review) – Tough but clever puzzle platformer using light mechanics

The Last NightMary (Review) – Neat horror adventure based on a Brazilian cryptid

 

That’s a nope

Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation (Review) – I can’t see this appealing to anyone besides hardcore fans of the board game

Broken Armor (Review) – Too simplistic for its own good

Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals (Review) – You’d be better served hunting down and reading the comics

Twin Sector (Review) – The grandpappy of bad Steam games

Everybody Loves Skeletons (Review) – They really don’t

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