Weeklong Deals for 4/27/20

There’s some big stuff like the Total War series and Baldur’s Gate II on sale right now, which might be why the other Weeklong Deals are rather lacking. Don’t get me wrong, the Rusty Lake games are always good picks, and there are some neat survival titles up for grabs, but it’s definitely not a banner week like the last few. Still, you might find something you’ve overlooked.

With May approaching fast, it’s time to open up the floor again for Reader’s Choice nominations! Unfortunately you may have noticed I’m not getting as many reviews out as I used to, on account of the stresses of quarantine. For that reason we’ll only be taking the top selection from the Reader’s Choice vote, but don’t let that stop you from nominating a game! Head over here (you do not have to be a patron) and comment your pick, and we’ll vote on them starting this Wednesday.



Deep Sky Derelicts (Review) – Pretty neat tactical RPG with deckbuilding and a grim sci-fi finish

Rusty Lake Paradise (Review) – Another entertaining and macabre entry in the Rusty Lake series

Rusty Lake: Roots (Review) – One of the best games of the series, exploring some of the fascinating backstory of Rusty Lake

Rusty Lake Hotel (Review) – The weakest of the Rusty Lake games on Steam, but still a decent puzzler

Seeds of Resilience (Review) – An unusual turn-based take on the island survival genre

How to Survive (review) – Interesting little mash-up of ARPG and zombie survival

Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart (Review) – One of the best hidden object games on Steam

Teleglitch (Review) – Grim, challenging top-down roguelike with something of a Quake 1 feel

Hero of the Kingdom (Review) – Wonderfully chill trading adventure

Type:Rider (Review) – Clever and educational platformer

Mysterious Realms RPG (Review) – Pretty unique fantasy dungeon crawler, despite the generic name

6180 the moon (Review) – Looks simple, but this puzzle platformer is actually quite brilliant



Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation (Review) – Possibly fun if you’re a huge fan of the board game, otherwise a massive slog

Left in the Dark: No One on Board (Review) – Painfully stupid, even for a HOG

Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals (Review) – Neat story, garbage gameplay

Mittelborg: City of Mages (Review) – Barely any strategy in this strategic city manager

Sugar Cube: Bittersweet Factory (Review) – Just not enough here to recommend

Twin Sector (Review) – Legendarily bad

Everybody Loves Skeletons (Review) – Not really

Haunted Hotel: Stay in the Light (Review) – Incredibly no-effort survive-the-night game

The Body Changer (Review) – Neat idea for a third-person Metroid-ish game, but terrible execution

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