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Save Up to 90% in GOG’s Indie Festival

The Little Acre

Fancy yourself some excellent indie bargains? Until next week, GOG.com is running an Indie Festival, offering up to 90% off a huge selection of indie games.

And if there are two things we love here at GameSpew, it’s indie games and bargains. Put ’em together and you’ve got a dream come true. GOG’s Indie Festival ends next Monday, 25th September and has more than 400 games on sale. It’s a mixed bag, for sure, but there are some serious gems to be found in the sale. You can browse the full Indie Festival sale by clicking here, and we’ve picked out some of the best below.

  • 93% off The Little Acre – was £10.49, now £0.69
    If you’re a fan of point and click adventures, this is not to be missed. It looks beautiful, tells a moving and engaging story and you’ll fall in love with its characters. Read our full review here.
  • 90% off Daymare: 1998 – was £24.99, now £2.50
    We weren’t totally blown away by Daymare: 1998, but if you’re a fan of survival horror it’s well worth picking up, especially for £2.50. Here’s our review.
  • 89% off Steamworld Dig – was £7.19 now £0.79
    We love Steamworld Dig. This spelunking Metroidvania might not be quite as good as its sequel, but it’s an engaging adventure that’ll keep you engrossed for a good 10+ hours. And it’s just pennies to buy. Have at it. Here’s our Steamworld Dig review.
  • 80% off Paradise Lost – was £11.39, now £2.29
    If you like narrative-driven adventures, there’s a lot to like about Paradise Lost. It tells a very dark tale, set in an alternate reality, and although it’s not the longest game in the world we loved getting to know its characters and making our way through its puzzles. Read our full review here.
  • 74% off One Finger Death Punch 2 – was £5.79, now £1.49
    It’s impossible to fully explain the greatness of a game like One Finger Death Punch 2: you just have to experience it for yourself. Take our word for it.
Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.