Over 600 indie games on sale now with up to 75% off.
Itch.io, the huge indie game store has launched it’s week long summer sale, with a massive 600+ games on sale. With games in every genre at an already low price, the summer sale promises to offer plenty of discounts for all gamers.
Figment, for example is an action-adventure game that invites you to explore a unique surreal universe filled with music, humor and multi-layered narrative. Join Dusty and his ever-optimistic friend, Piper, on an adventure through the different sides of the mind seeking to restore the courage that’s been lost. Usually priced at $19.99, the itch.io summer sale offers a 50% discount.
0°N 0°W is a surreal vacation exploration game through a magical dimension. There’s no goal or objectives in the game, but there’s plenty to see and explore. On starting the game you’ll come across a series of doors, each leading you into a bizarre new world, some dizzyingly neon and others a more calming grey scale. 0°N 0°W is available with a 15% discount at $8.49. Check out our 0°N 0°W review for more.
For players who prefer a story focused game, check out Old Man’s Journey – a soul-searching puzzle adventure, tells a story of life, loss, reconciliation, and hope. Entrenched in a beautifully sunkissed and handcrafted world, embark on a heartfelt journey interwoven with lighthearted and pressure-free puzzle solving. There’s a huge 50% discount on the already low price, putting it at $3.74.
The Rusty Lake series is also enjoying a discount across the series. The point and click adventure games, including Hotel, Roots and Paradise. Each offers a unique experience, with a variety of different levels and puzzles. They’re designed to be easy to start but incredibly addictive and hard to put down. Each one has a 50% discount, priced between $0.99 to $1.99.
There are way more games than can be mentioned here, so be sure to check out the itch.io summer sale while you can.
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A fan of indie RPGs, Andrew splits his time between grinding for XP, and writing about grinding for XP. As well as running our news section, Andrew eats a medically inadvisable amount of Marmite.