Weeklong Deals for 2/14/22

I gotta say, the Weeklong Deals aren’t holding back these days! And well they shouldn’t for there are always deserving games to add to our little list here. This is a more eclectic selection than most, featuring some platformers and roguelikes that don’t come around so often. The RPGMaker Festival is also on at the moment, so it’s more than just our dear OneShot that’s discounted if you’re in the mood for some indie adventuring.

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OneShot (Review) – Very sharp RPGMaker adventure with some clever storytelling twists

Dreamscaper – Unique roguelike dungeon crawl through dreams and relationships

Shadowrun Returns (review) – Feels more like proof of concept for the later games, but still solid

Super Motherload (Review) – Neat remake of an old mining Flash game

Happy Room (Review) – Plenty of dumb fun murdering clones in a test chamber of your design

Big Pharma (Review) – A pharmaceutical management sim that’s almost more puzzler than sim

The Void Rains Upon Her Heart (Review) – Rock solid shmup with plenty of depth

Alwa’s Awakening (Review) – Retro-styled metroidvania based around neat magical powers

Chasm (Review) – Decent metroidvania, but the randomized elements are the weakest part

Spirits Abyss (Review) – Gorgeous, chaotic roguelike platformer

miniLAW: Ministry of Law (Review) – Interesting puzzly platform shooter about cyberpunk justice

BUTCHER (Review) – Absolutely brutal action platformer for people who side with the Terminators

Teleglitch (Review) – One of my favorite roguelikes, built like a top-down Quake

Ziggurat (Review) – Another of my favorite roguelikes, a solid FPS

Straimium Immortaly (Review) – Maybe my favorite WTF roguelike

Hero of the Kingdom II (Review) – The current pinnacle of this trading adventure series

Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken (Review) – Stylish platform shooter that plays a bit like Prince of Persia

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Jimmy and the Pulsating Mass (Review) – Might feel better to big Earthbound/Undertale fans, but fell flat for me

The Bridge (Review) – An Escher puzzler needs to be way more clever than this

1 Screen Platformer (Review) – Doesn’t really work if that 1 screen isn’t very fun

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