Other Indie Deals S-Z:
- $2,49 (75% off)
A recommended Gothic Horror adventure game. Its a bit on the short side, but a well written story with logical puzzles makes this a bite sized trip worth taking.
- $1.99 (60% off)
Sequence is a rhythm game RPG thing where you do battle by juggling three screens of DDR-style moving arrows-- one to block incoming damage, one to recover MP, and one to cast spells-- all set to an awesome soundtrack. There's also a fully-voiced story, crafting, etc etc. (Sequence was basically made by one man: NeoGAF's own Feep.)
- $1.99 (80%)
Ah, Shatter. How do I love thee? Your jaw-dropping electronic soundtrack (which should be- and is- a separate album in itself), your delightful tweaks on traditional Breakout, your technical feats... Shatter is great. And you should buy it.
- $1,99 (80% off)
Absolute steal at this price. Gorgeous looking shmup with varied level design and tons of challenges and difficulty modes to keep you occupied for a long time. Additionally, it has a very interesting "health" mechanic that punishes you for taking your time instead of your "HP". Highly recommended.
- $7,49 (50% off)
2D fighting game in the veins of MvC2 with incredible animation.. Has a extensive tutorial for newcomers to the genre, the developers keep in touch with the community releasing constant updates and the DLC characters are free for the first 3 months when they are released.
- $6,99 (30% off)
After finishing Snapshot, I can say its greater quality is the superb level design. Although the entire game being built around the use of the camera, the levels still bring something new until the very end. The majority of the objects are used only in a handful of levels before being dropped for something new, keeping the game always fresh. The game is very easy if you finish the level without completing any secondary goal, so I recommend to go after the secret objects and the stars for maximum enjoyment. The graphics, although simple, are a delight to look at, evocative of the 16bit era platformers.
- $2,49 (75% off)
Space Pirates and Zomibes(SPAZ)
If there's anyone on GAF who hasn't seen my love for this game yet, well its simply the most brilliant, most fiendish, most mind-wrenchingly satisfying puzzle game I've ever played. Absolutely brilliant puzzle game that is especially highly recommended for anyone who likes to build increasingly complex solutions to a problem.
- $1.99 (80% off)
Top down space combat where you customize an arsenal of ships, including their engines, shields, weapons, etc., make allies and enemies, gather resources and travel the galaxy. It can be extremely addicting, albeit a tad grindy.
- $5,99 (40% off)
A fun competitive platformer game, the better analogy I can make is if Mario Kart was a 2D platformer game it could be Speedrunners.
- $7.49 (50% off)
Stealth Bastard Deluxe
Spelunky is a unique platformer with randomized levels that offer a challenging new experience each time you play. Journey deep underground and explore fantastic places filled with all manner of monsters, traps, and treasure. You'll have complete freedom while you navigate the fully-destructible environments and master their many secrets.
- $9.99 (80% off)
It’s your job to sneak your way through a deadly facility that’s determined to extinguish your fragile little life. With no weapons and no armour, being seen means instant death. Stay out of the light to avoid the attention of deadly security robots! Leap like a lusty salmon to avoid those zap-happy lasers! Think fast as the walls close in around you! Only the fastest and sneakiest will make it to the exit without being mangled by the facility’s security systems. Will you be among them?
- $1.01 (66% off)
Super House of Dead Ninjas
Difficulty done right: each game lasts under a minute. It's really cool to see yourself constantly get better at such a hard game. Extremely clean retro graphics, fast techno music, and a very cheap price point all make this game a winner.
- $1,74 (75% off)
Super Puzzle Platformer
If the name isn't good enough on its own, its blistering pace should be. A race to the bottom of the tower with randomly generated areas and filled with enemies that are (mostly) one hit kills, that can kill you just as easily. You gradually unlock more weapons, sub-weapons, magic and health that help vary up your approach.
- $1.99 (75% off)
Surgeon Simulator 2013
Blocks fall from the top of the screen and you have to match three or more to make them vanish. Pretty standard stuff, but the twist is that you are controlling your character in the stage, shooting blocks strategically and trying to avoid getting squished. Great little game that you can also try out at adult swim http://games.adultswim.com/super-puz...zzle-game.html
- $4.99 (50% off)
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP - $7,99
Play this game, people. Not quite like much I've played before, but if I had to categorize it, it's similar to a point and click adventure game, with some light combat. Very cool abstract game that incorporates some interesting social media features that break the fourth wall , great atmosphere/vibe, beautiful visuals, and fantastic electronic soundtrack from the great Jim Guthrie.
Mindboggingly hilarious game. I have no clue how the game got as popular, but there we are, cutting up the heavy as the medic from TF2.
- $3.99 (60% off)
Sword of the Stars: The Pit
Super Splatters, backed by the Indie Fund, combines the awesomeness of bursting water balloons with Tony Hawk style aerial combos. Fling your Splatter against a wall so that it bursts over matching colored pods. That's just the beginning, though - link aerial tricks into combos while controlling gravity and flipping your momentum back and forth to become the top viewed contestant on Splatter TV!
- $1,74 (75% off)
Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack
Don't let its basic looks fool you. In this roguelike, Starvation,illness,degrading armor and weapons are just some of the things that you have to worry about constantly. Very enjoyable and polished game if you like the genre and setting. A roguelike with some flaws, but if you want a modern sci-fi roguelike, you wont currently find much better value than this game for $1,74.
- $3.19 (60% off)
The 39 Steps
Mutant Blobs was the best launch game on the Vita and remains one of the best games on the system. I haven't played the steam version yet but there is no reason it shouldn't be as fun. You’re a Blob of alien origin with mutant powers and an insatiable appetite. To the great horror of your former captors (and all of humanity), you have escaped into the world. Consume Everything. Regret Nothing.
- $3,74 (75% off)
Not a game, but unique enough to deserve a mention. Its basically a Visual novel with the text of a short story (that was the inspiration to Ian Fleming's James Bond) and illustrated with pictures. Hundreds of hand-painted digital environments, and authentic materials from 1910s Britain. 8 different storytelling mechanics, 25 collectible items and 16 awards to be unlocked. An original soundtrack by Si Begg and theatrical voice performances, including Ian Hanmore, Greg Hemphill and Benny Young.
- $7.49 (50% off)
The Stanley Parable
Puzzle-platformer where you can clone yourself and swap bodies with the clones. As good as the gameplay is the atmosphere of the setting - an abandoned space station - is where the game really shines. The wonderful claymation graphics and sound design, combined with the questionable ethics of murdering your own clones, makes this a haunting experience.
- $10,04 (33% off)
Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers
Funny, unique, with a great narrative(s). Highly recommended if you are interested in experimental narrative gameplay.
- $3.39 (66% off)
The Whispered World
Fantastic platformer where you literally carve your own path, slicing steps, ledges and platforms. Just a joy to play around with.
- $9,79 (51% off)
They Bleed Pixels
One of the best and truest to the roots adventures when you liked the Sierra Adventures like Kings Quest VIII. Some Puzzles are a bit out of the world but you are definitely in for a treat. Its definitely my favorite adventure by FAR of the recent years. Actually I was thinking about creating an OT when it came out here, but it wasnt out in America yet and I wanted to wait. Well seems I missed that point. The game is great, has some unbelievably charming characters, smart puzzles (that get hard later on) and a very memorable ending. The Whispered World is a great, one of the best recent adventure games. Highly recommended. The voice of Sadwick is annoying though, so be warned.
- $2.49 (75% off)
Thomas was alone
This is a really damn good platformer. Good, but also devious, unforgiving, and rage-inducing. After every stage I finish, I can typically be heard muttering something about how ridiculous that shit just was. Even so, I'm almost immediately ready to jump back in. The controls are actually really tight, and the enemies pretty creative and dangerous. The soundtrack remains interesting throughout, and the fat pixel art is really appealing (and incredibly gory). Platforming feels very Super Meat Boy, but combine that with super fluid and varied combat and you have an absolute winner!
- $3.99 (60% off)
Time Gentlemen, Please! and Ben There, Dan That! Special Edition Double Pack
Not very challenging, but with interesting different mechanics at play. Good soundtrack and narration and an engaging story which was surprising giving the genre and the characters presentation (geometric figures).
- $1,74 (65% off)
To the Moon
Ben There, Dan That! and Time Gentlemen, Please! are a couple of rip-roaring point-and-click adventure games . With tongue firmly in cheek, sit back, relax, and put your mind to work solving puzzles, and reading some very funny dialogue. It's like a book, only good! From an horrific and untimely death in deep, dark Peru, via preposterous-and-suspect alien invasions, to whipping back-and-forth in time to stop Hitler and his army of robot Nazi dinosaur clones, this is one set of adventures you're unlikely to forget.
- $2,99 (70% off)
Toki Tori 2
A story driven experience with a fantastic soundtrack. This particular story follows their attempt to fulfill the dream of an elderly man, Johnny. With each step back in time, a new fragment of Johnny's past is revealed. As the two doctors piece together the puzzled events that spanned a life time, they seek to find out just why the frail old man chose his dying wish to be what it is. And Johnny's last wish is, of course... to go to the moon.
- $2,99 (80% off)
Under The Ocean
Toki Tori did a 180° for his sequel. If you loved the design of the first one, you'll like already have bought the second, but even for people (like me) who didnt like the puzzles of the first one, Toki Tori 2 is definitely worth a look. They changed the level based structure and very finicky puzzles to a bigger, more open world structure, inviting the player to explore.
- $2.49 (75% off)
Unity of Command
Shipwrecked on a tropical island, you must use your wits and the natural environment to survive, craft, explore - and eventually, find your way home. Under the Ocean is currently in early alpha.Under the Ocean features a flexible, physics based crafting system. Hundreds of items interact in strange and unexpected ways. Attach a sharp rock to the end of some driftwood to make a spear. Then a glow worm for lighting, or dip the tip in poison berries - or both! Build traps to ensnare prey, windmills to generate power, a lakeside cabin, and eventually, a raft to make your way home.
- $5.99 (70% off)
Accessible turn-based wargaming strategy influenced by classics such as Panzer General II. Fluid, easy to pick up and play. Managing supply lines as important as ensuring the right forces are in the right places. Well crafted and supported.
- $5,09 (66% off)
A puzzle/platformer game with one of the best gimmicks around, real-time water physics! It also has a nice art-style with a steampunk theme.
- $1.24 (75% off)
A retro Metroidvania style game where you must escape a sinking ship. Explore various areas of the ship, learn the story of the crew and why the ship sunk, evade the rising water, raging infernos, and active security system, and make split second decisions that could take you closer to the surface or to a drowning death. This purchase also gives you Lunnar Devitsy.
- $2.00 (33% off)
Windosill is a digital pop-up book and a good enough price to be considered an overlooked and charming recommended deal even at 0% off. Allegedly great for children, but as a fan of both whimsy and point-and-click adventure games, I liked it. It is extremely short (about an hour long) and probably not for everyone. The good thing is that the first half of the game is available as a free demo on the official site. The bad thing is that it hasn't been on sale since the 2012 Summer Sale.
- $1,12 (75% off)
A unique strategy RPG that is definitely undeservedly overlooked. Dont trust the Metacritics average, just looking at the user average makes it apparent that there is a 30% difference with the "professional" reviews. Its not a game for everyone, and if you are used to skinner box style gameplay progress, you wont be able to stand the slow progress and movement in this game. However, if you can stomach that, you might get to enjoy a very unique art style in a very uniquely themed SRPG.
- $1,49 (50% off)
An excellent fantasy themed indie gem dripping with charmed retro flavor complete with breakout gameplay, npc interaction, magic, and boss battles.