Weeklong Deals for 5/11/20

Some serious gems have surfaced in this batch of Weeklong Deals, and I’m not just talking about Disco Elysium. Dawn of Man is a great little builder game with a unique setting, Apsulov is a very different take on horror, the Anodyne games are amazing in their own ways, and the list just goes on. With variety like this, you’re sure to find something your collection needs, no matter how vast it may be!


Attractive Deals

Disco Elysium (Review) – Quite possibly the most well-written game ever made

Dawn of Man (Review) – Very solid stone age village-builder that continues to get new free content

Super Motherload (Review) – A neat update to the old Flash game about mining ore and mysteries on Mars

Apsulov: End of Gods (Review) – Intense and unique horror adventure that mixes ancient myths and science fiction

Gone Home (Review) – A wonderfully human story of youth and family told through the exploration of an empty home

Hand of Fate (Review) – Fantastic mash-up of roguelike dungeon-crawling, deckbuilding, and third-person action

Tesla vs Lovecraft (Review) – Cheesy, hectic, and challenging, this top-down arena shooter remains a favorite of mine

Blood and Bacon (Review) – One of the dumbest arena FPSes I’ve ever played, and I love it for that

Anodyne 2: Return to Dust (Review) – An absolutely brilliant continuation of Anodyne’s themes and stories in a retro-PS1 style

Anodyne (Review) – Still a lovely Zelda-style dreamworld adventure

Daily Chthonicle: Editor’s Edition (Review) – Brilliant and unique horror management sim

Slain: Back from Hell (Review) – Brutally hard and a little bit jank, but looks and feels metal enough to stick with

9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek (Review) – Charming hidden object game with a clear

REDO! (Review) – Creepy, atmospheric platformer with some very challenging parts

Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken (Review) – Stylish Prince of Persia-style platforming adventure

Black Paradox (Review) – A straightforward space shmup, but with an incredible 80s style

Cargo Commander (Review) – Neat roguelike platformer built around collecting space junk

Schein (review) – Challenging puzzle platformer about light sources


Repulsive Offers

Hero of the Kingdom III (Review) – Terribly repetitive and grindy compared to the previous two games

Neverending Nightmares (review) – Looks great, sounds great, but ultimately tedious and hollow

Kholat (Review) – Boring note-finder horror with a mess of a story

Firewood (Review) – Extremely baseline side-scrolling horror adventure

Space Hack (Review) – Amazingly garbage sci-fi ARPG

Langoth (Review) – What even is this

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