Weeklong Deals for 2/15/21

Wonder why the recent Weeklong Deals have all been so modest? Honestly, I’m not going to complain… it makes this part of the job that much easier! Your picks for this week are going to be the Stronghold series for some solid castle siegin’, and the Black Mirror trilogy, assuming you can take some slow pacing in your gothic horror point-and-clicks. There are some big names in here that I can’t vouch for but others might, including Street Fighter V, Watchdogs, and No Man’s Sky, as well as a notable lack of anime porn games if you’d like to try trawling the waters yourself.


Stronghold Crusader HD (Review) – Probably the best of the classic Strongholds for pure sieging action

Stronghold HD (Review) – The original castle management sim, and a classic for a reason

The Count Lucanor (Review) – Lovely pixellated fairytale horror adventure

The Silent Age (Review) – Simple yet effective time-travel adventure

Black Mirror I (review) – A fine gothic horror point-and-click with absolutely glacial pacing

Black Mirror II (Review) – Plays better than the original, but the characters take some getting used to

Black Mirror III (Review) – A terrific conclusion to this creepy trilogy

Super 3-D Noah’s Ark (Review) – Yes, it’s Old Testament Wolfenstein

Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken (Review) -Pretty great Prince of Persia-style action platformer

The Last NightMary (Review) – Short Brazilian horror point-and-click

Mayhem Triple (Review_ An entertaining mess of a platformer


Bloody Trapland 2: Curiosity (Review) – A challenge platformer that runs like ass? PASS

Majesty 2 (Review) – A frustrating mess after all the fun of the first game

1 Screen Platformer (Review) – You’re gonna get real tired of that one screen, lemme tell ya

Haunted Hotel: Stay in the Light (Review) – Extremely low-effort survive-the-night dreck

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