did you get your internet back by the way?
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the mini moterways game is also on sale in a bundle until 27th July 2021, both metro and motorway are £6.57 for both.
funny review this
Yeah, my brother's Covid positive test meant that we had to wait 10 days before an engineer would come out, but we've had internet since Saturday. I paid for unlimited data which helped keep things ticking over. To be honest, that's EXACTLY what the game is. The review is genius!
That's pretty much how I play those kind of casual games - dip in and out of them when I'm in the mood.45 hours in here. Doesn't sound much compared to some games but for what it is, it's a lot. Nice game and concept well presented too... just a shame I'm not terribly good at it. It's kept a spot in my games folder (along with other quirky little indie types like Plague Inc and Superflight) since launch even so, being a great pop in/pop out casual chill thing.
This is excellent news! I grew up absolutely loving point and click games by Lucasarts and the like. Have seen these games in the past but never at the right price to make them a cheeky impulse purchase.I just want to say that every deponia game are at -90% (if you buy them one by one)
So, it's 7 euros for the 4 games :
With this long-expected sequel to the critically highly acclaimed and lavishly praised Deponia, the player enters round two. Chaos on Deponia turns out to be even wackier than its predecessor and instantly puts the player under its spell.store.steampowered.comMore chaos, more destruction, more Rufus. Not one, not two, but three Rufuses cause all kinds of crazy mayhem in the long-awaited adventure comedy Goodbye Deponia!store.steampowered.comCan you change Deponia's fate? Do you have what it takes to change Rufus' past, present and future without accidently destroying the whole planet? Fight time itself in this action-packed, platypus-tastic and insanely hilarious story.store.steampowered.com
If you're a P&C fan, Wadget Eye games are pretty much the other name in the genre these days, and most of their games are worth a look - the Blackwell Series, Unavowed and Strangeland particularly.This is excellent news! I grew up absolutely loving point and click games by Lucasarts and the like. Have seen these games in the past but never at the right price to make them a cheeky impulse purchase.
Thanks to you and the Steam App on my phone, I’m watching TV, have just paid £5.46 for all four games and the app has instructed my PC to commence downloading them so they’re good to go next time I pull up a chair at my desk
Oooh, that looks interesting. Like a cross between Shadow Complex and Limbo. One for the listApologies if this has been mentioned, little platformer called Vesper, has won loads of awards and looks pretty cool:
Thousands of years after the activation of the Vesper Protocol, a small android crosses a fallen world, hunted by merciless machines, to control the power of Light and decide the fate of his race.store.steampowered.com
For the patient among you, I'd highly recommend the game Selaco, it's an indie game heavily inspired by the F.E.A.R series. It looks like it will be gorgeous, but the downside is that the estimated release date is August 2255.
Selaco is a brand new original shooter running on GZDoom, featuring thrilling action set pieces, destructibility, smart AI and a fleshed out story taking place within an immersive game world.store.steampowered.com