Weeklong Deals for 5/25/20

We’ve got some more can’t-miss titles in Weeklong Deals this time, including Nova Drift and Star Traders: Frontiers. Some quality regulars have come around again like They Are Billions and Miasmata, and even a few newcomers like Infected Shelter. It’s not a huge list but there’s a good pick for just about everything you could be interested in, and some of these will last you weeks if you really dig into them.

I’m finally on track to finish the last of my Reader’s Choice obligations this week, as well as the last Patron Pick from December. We’ll have reviews of both One Step From Eden and Far Cry Primal in the coming days, which is perfect because we’ll also be starting our June selection for Reader’s Choice tomorrow. And next week, I’ll be contacting our Patrons for the summer Patron Picks, which means more reader-chosen reviews are on the way!



They Are Billions (Review) – Clever steampunk zombie survival RTS I keep meaning to return to

Nova Drift (Review) – A brilliant roguelike take on Asteroids-style action

Star Traders: Frontiers (Review) – One of the best open-universe space privateering games out there

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition (Review) – Fixes all the problems of the original release to form a near-perfect metroidvania

The Sexy Brutale (Review) – Brutally stylish and smart murder mystery puzzler

Shadowgate (Review) – A great revival of the original grim adventure

Bunker Punks (Review) – Simple, visceral roguelike FPS action

Whispering Willows (review) – Short but charming little point-and-click adventure

Infected Shelter (Review) – Colorful zombie survival beat-em-up

OK/NORMAL (Review) – Very stylish exploration of what feels like a haunted PS1 game

Miasmata (Review) – Explore a huge island using a unique cartography system and some hardcore walking physics

Horizon Shift (Review) – Neat indie shmup with platforming mechanics

Pixel Puzzles: Japan (Review) – No waifus here, just jigsaws of placid Japanese landscapes



Call of Cthulhu (Review) – I really wanted this creepy adventure to be better than it turned out

Darkstone (Review) – One of the clunkiest ARPGs I’ve ever played from any era

Sinking Island (Review) – A potentially-interesting murder mystery ruined by some asinine design choices

INFERNIUM (Review) – Survival horror Pac-Man set in a unique universe, except super boring

Hack, Slash, Loot (review) – A roguelike devoid of all possible strategy

Nicolas Eymerich – The Inquisitor – Book 1 : The Plague (Review) – An adventure game almost so bad it’s good, but no, it’s just bad

Gift of Parthax (Review) – Get Wizard of Legend instead

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