A diverse collection of indie games go on sale for 99p / 99c
Road Not Taken, Prune, Sorcery 3, and more
This weekend and the upcoming week has been home to a major indie game promotion on the App Store, with Apple debuting new titles every day. Coinciding with this series of new games, a hefty number of popular indie games have gone on sale on iOS.
Each of the games listed below have had their prices slashed to 99p / 99c.Bean Dreams (Review) - "A bright and surprisingly challenging touchscreen platformer, Bean Dreams is a sharp and entertaining sequel"
Bicolor - A minimalist puzzler from the developer of Mr Jump and Super Sharp
Botanicula (Review) - "A bold, bright, and brilliant point-and-click adventure, Botanicula is an experience to be savoured"
Leo's Fortune (Review) - "An engaging platformer that misses a few steps, Leo's Fortune is still well worth a look"
LIMBO (Review) - "A dark and macabre puzzle-platformer, Limbo is always experimenting with new ways to make you think, and new ways to shock you to your core"
Prune (Review) - "Prune is an awe-inspiring work of digital poetry that transcends its initial subject material to explore a much larger, much more complex theme, in an articulate and powerfully moving manner"
Road Not Taken - A challenging puzzle-roguelike that hides compelling secrets behind its match-3 mechanics
Sorcery! 3 (Review) - "A vast and engaging third chapter that expands brilliantly on the first two"
Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon (Review) - "A more expansive take on its six-year-old predecessor, Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon still feels admirably fresh and inventive in 2015"
Super Phantom Cat - An tough precision platformer with colorful charm
Surgeon Simulator (Review) - "Surgeon Simulator is hilarious, fresh, and oddly satisfying, but it's just a little too slapdash and shallow for its own good"
VVVVVV (Review) - "A brilliant port of a brilliant game. VVVVVV on iOS is well worth a first, second, or third download"