Weeklong Deals for 3/1/21

Back again! Last week was a bit too hectic to fit in our customary rundown of deals, but we’re all over the Weeklong Deals this time. It’s a bigger, fresher list than usual, with some newer names slotted in between old standbys of this roundup. Caves of Qud is a permanent recommendation, of course, but there’s weird, wild stuff like Paradise Killer and Fight Crab up for more discerning types.

We’re deep in the throes of classic gaming on our Twitch channel, but we’ll take a little time out this week for some good ol’ indie games. Namely, we’ll be starting what’s planned to be a full playthrough of Loop Hero when it releases on Thursday, and on Friday I plan to dip into quite a cross-section of inventive indie adventures.


Paradise Killer – Exceedingly strange murder mystery with a unique style and fantastic first-person exploration

Caves of Qud (review) – Still the best classic-style roguelike out there

Fight Crab (Review) – Everything you could ask for from floppy crab deathmatches

Aven Colony (Review) – Decidedly chill sci-fi colony builder

Stronghold Crusader HD (Review) – Classic castle sieging action

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (Review) – Solid wild west FPS with a unique storytelling style

Project Warlock (Review) – Killer retro FPS offering tons of weapons and action

Momodora: Reverie Under The Moonlight (Review) – Moody, challenging metroidvania

One Finger Death Punch 2 (Review) – Everything you loved about two-button stick murder, but more

One Finger Death Punch (Review) – The wild, frenetic original stick murder marathon

Big Pharma (Review) – Conveyor belt puzzling with a management layer on top

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood (Review) – Not quite as fun as Gunslinger, but still a fine shooter

Shower With Your Dad Simulator 2015: Do You Still Shower With Your Dad (Review) – Much more than just a stupid joke

Unforgiving – A Northern Hymn (Review) – Haunting horror adventure built around Nordic mythology

City of Brass (Review) – Fun roguelike FPS with whip combat

Odallus: The Dark Call (Review) – Excellent retro platformer on the level of Shovel Knight

Alwa’s Awakening (Review) – Puzzling magic-based metroidvania

One Way Heroics (Review) – Classic-style roguelike with a really unique gimmick

Slain: Back from Hell (Review) – Brutally metal platformer

Ace of Seafood (Review) – Janky laser fish armada simulator

Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart (Review) – Still one of the best hidden object games around

Hero of the Kingdom: The Lost Tales 1 (Review) – Decent adventure but losing the magic this series once had

Sproggiwood (Review) – Adorable roguelike that can get pretty challenging

Submerged (Review) – Amazing atmosphere, so-so gameplay

FRAMED Collection (Review) – Charming puzzler using comic panels

This Strange Realm Of Mine (Review) – Intensely unique retro FPS adventure

Reveal The Deep (Review) – Short but atmospheric platformer through a sunken ship

Ghoulboy (Review) – Charming retro platformer that’s nicer than the games that inspired it

Cargo Commander (Review) – Roguelike platformer collect-a-thon with a decent story, too

Black Paradox (Review) – Neon-drenched horizontal shmup

Daily Chthonicle: Editor’s Edition (Review) – The only cosmic horror newspaper management sim I know


Hero Siege (Review) – This was a confusing, unbalanced mess back when I tried it, maybe it’s different now?

Apparition (Review) – Singleplayer Phasmophobia, except tedious and terrible

Das Geisterschiff (Review) – Neat aesthetic, but too boring for a dungeon crawler

Vertiginous Golf (Review) – Utterly joyless minigolf

Bardbarian (Review) – Neat idea, just no fun in execution

Crab Dub (Review) – NO.

rooMaze (Review) – This game hates you so much

Langoth (Review) – what

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