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The (adventure) games on sale thread


#163

Me neither. But I
a) buy the games and then I haven’t the/enough time to play them. For example I’ve bought TWP for Android to play it during a long train ride. But that train ride wasn’t necessary.
b) often get games in bundles that I won’t play (or it’s unlikely that I will play them).
c) would like to support the developers.
d) buy the games during a sale and play them later (especially in the upcoming holiday season).


#164

Well at least you got a plan laid out that you will eventually get to it seems.


#165

Milkmaid of the Milky Way is 50% off in all stores.
Not that this would change anything, we all bought it already a long time ago, right?


#166

The Lion’s Song, another great adventure game -40% (but not the GOG version):


#167

It looks interesting, did you play it already?


#168

Gog has a Halloween Sale too (with several adventure games, for example Firewatch, Night in the Woods, Fran Bow, Black Mirror, …). This link jumps to the page with the sale:


#169

Which one? I mean yes, both are great!

Don’t expect hardcore puzzles in The Lion’s Song, it’s more of a visual novel.
Visually I love both games. I’m actually sad that Mattis Folkestad (Milkmaid of the Milky Way) won’t do 2D pixel art in his next game(s).


#170

On Steam there are Forgotton Anne (the Collector’s Edition as well) and All You Can Eat on sale.
Both games feature hand-drawn contents!


#171

Harvester is on GOG for 1.49$. This is a very controversial game, lots of people think it’s shit, personally I love it. Just few years ago when I thought nothing ever will shake me, it became my favourite post MI2 adventure game. It’s not really a classic horror, it doesn’t try to be scary that much. It’s very weird and disturbing though.

https://www.gog.com/game/harvester


#172

Obligatory LGR review:


#173

The Daedalic games are on sale again on GOG for this weekend.


#174

For a dollar (and only a few hours):
www.fanatical.com/en/game/broken-sword-trilogy-new


#175

In case my absolutely objective description of Memoria has any of you burning to give it a try, it’s now on sale for €1,99 at the Humble store, DRM free no less.


#176

There is a huge sale on GOG again, including several great adventure games.


#177

Any pointers? :slight_smile:


#178

Getting the Space Quest Trilogy for 2.19 as we speak!


#179

Where should I begin?
What about the SCUMM games - even incl. Pajama Sam - or the Sierra games, Legend of Kyrandia and Star Trek? :wink:


#180

I just bought Toonstruck.


#181

Huh, I hadn’t spotted those, but now I notice that if you click that “browse” button you can actually filter. Spoiler: I don’t like the new GOG layout.

Anyway, of course I already own (almost) all of those so my question was ill-conceived. And when I don’t, chances are my wife does.

Are the Star Trek games worthwhile?


Star Trek™: 25th Anniversary and Star Trek™: Judgment Rites - hints, opinions
#182

I already complained to them about the new browsing UI (no list view, no result count, filters missing [in library; DLCs; …])

Star Trek™: 25th Anniversary and Star Trek™: Judgment Rites (70% off)? I love them!


Star Trek™: 25th Anniversary and Star Trek™: Judgment Rites - hints, opinions