Weeklong Deals for 9/21/20

Survival and adventure seem to be the words of the week with these Weeklong Deals, featuring some big names like The Long Dark and indie gems like Dawn of Man and Eastshade. A few of these recommendations don’t come around very often, such as Horizon Chase Turbo and Dropsy, so you might want to grab them while the grabbin’s good. Oh, and the Command & Conquer Remaster made it to the midweeks, which you may be interested in if you still hold that classic RTS series in your heart.

I should say so!

Dawn of Man (Review) – Charming prehistoric-era village builder that’s gotten impressive post-release content

The Long Dark (review) – Excellent survival experience with a less-than-excellent story mode

Eastshade (Review) – Wonderful open-world adventure with no combat and lovely scenery

Brigador (Review) – Peak cyberpunk giant robot chaos simulator

Ash of Gods: Redemption (Review) – Intense dark fantasy RPG using the Banner Saga engine

Horizon Chase Turbo (Review) – Unique arcade racer with a lovely retro style

Dropsy (Review) – Ridiculously charming point-and-click adventure

Nevermind (Review) – A solid swing at the psychological horror genre

Hero of the Kingdom: The Lost Tales 1 (Review) – Possibly the least ambitious title in the series, but still decent

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

Teleglitch (Review) – An all-time great survival horror roguelike

RONIN (Review) – Jankier and less precise than it really should be, but still a good time

Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi (Review) – Fascinating classic FPS with roguelike mechanics

Seeds of Resilience (Review) – Odd sort of turn-based survival sim

Ghoulboy (Review) – Something of a love letter to Ghosts & Goblins, except actually much nicer

FreeCell Quest (Review) – All the freecell solitaire you could ever want, wrapped in simple RPG trappings

I dare not!

Pacify (Review) – Dumb multiplayer spook sim with a dumb ghost to avoid

Darkstone (Review) – Impossibly clunky old ARPG

Sinking Island (Review) – Had the potential to be a really cool detective game, but totally wasted it

Nicolas Eymerich – The Inquisitor – Book 1 : The Plague (Review) – Lol

Twin Sector (Review) – Legendarily bad

The Body Changer (Review) – Neat attempt at a 3D metroidvania, but just too rough

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