Weeklong Deals for 7/27/20

Prepare for the unthinkable… a week of Weeklong Deals with no bad games! I’m just kidding, there’s plenty of garbage on sale, but OUR list is pristine indie gems only! From big names like Bloodstained and They Are Billions all the way down to hidden treasures like Devader and A Place for the Unwilling, these are all solid titles with something interesting to offer.

It’s All Good

Dawn of Man (Review) – Very solid Stone Age village builder

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (Review) – The Castlevania series soldiers on in this great (but not perfect) platformer

SYNTHETIK: Legion Rising (Review) – Thrilling, chaotic top-down roguelike shooter

They Are Billions (Review) – A very cool RTS take on zombie apocalypse, but designed to cause a lot of frustration

ABZU (Review) – Beautiful, peaceful ocean exploration adventure

Airships: Conquer the Skies (Review) – Decidedly indie in scope, but a great way to build and blow up all kinds of flying monstrosities

Chasm (Review) – A decent metroidvania not particularly well-served by its procedural generation

Wuppo (Review) – Absolutely adorable adventure masquerading as a platformer

Ash of Gods: Redemption (Review) – Very dark fantasy set in an expansive campaign

BUTCHER (Review) – A vicious platform shooter, both in aesthetic and challenge

Majesty Gold HD (Review) – Charming fantasy RTS where you don’t control your minions directly

KIDS (Review) – Very short, very artistic game about crowds

Unforgiving – A Northern Hymn (Review) – Creative and terrifying adventure into Swedish folklore

SkyDrift (Review) – Solid airplane arcade racer that channels more than a little Crimson Skies

A Place for the Unwilling (Review) – Very unique slow-burn adventure about a dying city

The Town of Light (Review) – Haunting horror adventure uncomfortably grounded in real-world tragedy

Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers (Review) – Brilliant third-person puzzle adventure

Devader (Review) – Insane bullet-hell arena shooter with some great enemy designs

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call (Review) – Fun, polished hidden object game that’s just not quite as good as its predecessor

Back to Bed (Review) – Short puzzler with a charming Dali aesthetic

How to Survive (review) – Interesting zombie survival ARPG

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