As the Summer Sale continues, so does our ongoing list of recommended games. Interesting projects and solid discounts await within.
The Brotherhood | PC, Mac
Combine the bleak industrial corridors of Ridley Scott's Alien with isometric adventure, and you get the grim gory Stasis. Sci-fi horror set aboard the isolated vessel Groomlake, you roam its viscera-soaked halls and dimly-lit rooms, where inhuman horrors and other threats lurk. Logical puzzles, creeping dread, and detailed isometric art deliver an effective unsettling adventure game.
Toasty Games | PC, Mac, Linux
You've solved puzzles with portals and programming; Parallax challenges you to solve puzzles with parallel dimensions. Throughout its minimalist monochrome levels, doorways take you to parallel versions of the levels, allowing you to bypass or manipulate areas in both worlds. Shifting gravity, rotating platforms, and other elements expand on the game's spatial conundrums.
The Secret Pie | PC, Mac, Linux
There isn't another tower defense game quite like Prophour23. One might even question if it is a TD game since your tools aren't towers, but rather biological organs and body parts. To stop and defeat an onslaught of ravenous insects, you need lungs and heart for energy, muscles to power defenses like thorny barriers, eyes to light up the darkness, a mouth to yell at and slow down the crawling horde, and more.
Royal Polygon | PC, Mac
Interactive fiction goes interstellar in Sun Dogs. In a distant future, humanity has enhanced itself beyond biological limits and adapted to survive anywhere in the solar system, from the crushing landscape of Venus to the rings of Saturn. You explore these future worlds through a minimalist map, equipping new technology to explore other planets and make choices.
Bits & Beasts | PC, Mac, Linux
At a glance, Feist might bring to mind Limbo, but this isn't a game of careful traversal and puzzles. A...