Monthly Archives: October 2019

Cathedral is now available DRM-free.

Wake up in a world with no recollection of how you got there. A world full of secrets, hidden rooms, dungeons and towns; Cathedral features a vast world, meant for exploring! You control a nameless protagonist, a knight from a different world, who teams up with a spirit known as Soul. Figure out what makes this world tick, and how to get back home.

Cathedral features a large interconnected 2D world, containing more than 600 rooms to explore. The world of Cathedral is completely hand-crafted, and contains many unique areas, secrets and puzzles. Each area of the world is designed to be distinct and unique with its own puzzles and challenges.

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With Halloween Sale here, many of us are looking for some truly creepy games to enjoy this spooky season. There are plenty of modern choices available, but let’s not forget that many classics had some truly scary moments to enjoy (or hate).

We’ve compiled a list of some of the most memorable scary moments from classic PC games, so make sure to check them out below. Also, for what it is worth, there are some spoilers below, so just know that going into the list.

Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth

Developed by Headfirst Productions and published by Bethesda Softworks, Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth is a survival horror title that first released in October 2005. Based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft, Call of Cthulhu has you playing as Jack Walters, a detective that has been hired to investigate the creepy town of Innsmouth.

While there are many scary moments in the game, the most memorable definitely happens as you are exploring, and escaping, the Gilman Hotel. At this moment, you must escape the hotel and the entire time you are going room to room, blocking the doors and looking for a way out, your aggressors are close behind, banging on walls, shooting at you, all while ghastly screams surround you.

If you want to get your heart racing, this game and moment will definitely do that for you!

Outlast

If you are looking for a truly horrifying first-person game to play this Halloween, look no further than Outlast. First released in 2013, Outlast is the newest game on the list but has established itself as a classic horror game. In it, you play as a journalist investigating Mount Massive Asylum, located in remote mountains in Colorado. Armed with a camera, you’ll quickly realize things …read more

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The 13th Doll: A Fan Game of The 7th Guest is now available DRM-free. Get it 10% off until November 7th, 6pm UTC. Owners of The 7th Guest and The 11th Hour can get the game 25% off.

Return to The 7th Guest’s Stauf Mansion in this mind bending fmv puzzle game made by fans of the original series.

The 13th Doll ties in with the events of The 7th Guest. A decade after Tad managed to escape the mansion, he is still haunted by the souls, dolls, and Stauf’s victims he left behind. So haunted, in fact, that the young man now resides in a mental institution – misunderstood, plagued by guilt and obsessed with one idea: to escape the dreary padded walls of his asylum cell, return to the mansion – the site of his innermost fears – to rescue those he left behind and defeat Stauf once and for all!

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The Beast Inside is now available DRM-free. Get it 15% off until November 7th, 2pm UTC.

The Beast Inside is a unique, gripping twist on thriller and survival horror. Immerse in the story of long-buried secrets, personal tragedies, and madness. Play as two protagonists bounded by dark heritage. Combat the enemies, solve riddles and experience real terror in the 3D-scanned environment.

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Black Future ’88 is coming soon, DRM-free.

Black Future ’88 is a synth-punk roguelike 2D action shooter. Vertically climb an always evolving procedural tower to reach the top and kill its insane owner…before your heart explodes. Shoot, slash, dash and upgrade yourself to survive the endless waves of deadly traps, homicidal AI, crazed junkies and colossal Wardens standing in your way in a stylish alternative version of 1988.

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Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King are now available, DRM-free. If you own one of the original games you are eligible for 9.99 USD discount, if you own both – 19.98 USD (or equivalent in your local currency).

Two of the most beloved Disney games of all time make their long-awaited return to PC in Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King!

Play through several different versions of the beloved Aladdin and The Lion King games that have been created over the years, including both console and handheld versions. Instantly rewind any of the games in real-time in order to retry difficult areas, save your progress anywhere and take a journey behind-the-scenes and learn more about the creation of these incredible games.

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Pathologic 2: Marble Nest is now available, DRM-free.

The Marble Nest is a DLC for Pathologic 2, offering a self-contained story. Play for a single day as Dr. Daniil Dankovsky, a scientist from the Capital, a fighter of death, and another doctor trying to save the Town alongside the Haruspex, and uncover a different perspective on the events—and Death itself.

The Town is doomed. But what if Death knocked on your door and offered a chance to do it all again? Would you still struggle, or accept your fate?

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Graveyard Keeper – Stranger Sins is now available DRM-free.

Backstory is not the only thing. Do you remember Lumberjack, Beekeeper, Corey and Tress brothers and other silent NPCs? Almost all of them will find a voice and character in this DLC. And this character will be even more crazy than in the original game. In search of mysterious artefacts of antiquity you will learn more about the backstory and relationships of these NPCs. If you convince them to talk.

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This Halloween, we invite you to visit the quiet town of Gogsville. A magical portal has appeared above it, sending down dozens of shape-shifting googs that spook children and play tricks on the adults. Their best ruse yet? Lowering the prices on DRM-free horror, mystery, and action games up to -90%!

Start your visit to Gogsville by meeting the new residents. Take a hike in the woods with Blair Witch (-25%), face your worst nightmares with Layers of Fear 2 (-33%), uncover the ancient mysteries with Call of Cthulhu (-50%), beat the deadly outbreak with Daymare: 1998 (-20%), and experience some scares with DreadOut (-80%) and Visage (-20%).

Become the town’s new supernatural detective and master your skills with game series like Sherlock Holmes (-50%), Tex Murphy (up to -80%), and the Broken Sword (up to -80%). Other mystery titles on sale include Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers – 20th Anniversary Edition (-75%), The Last Express (-70%), Virginia (-90%), Blackwell Bundle (-70%), The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (-80%), and Thimbleweed Park (-50%).

Visit the infamous haunted house full of classic scares with the original Diablo + Hellfire (-15%), Sanitarium (-50%), Call of Cthulhu: Prisoner of Ice (-50%), Blood 2: The Blood Group (-75%), Phantasmagoria 2: A Puzzle of Flesh (-35%), Gorky 17 (-60%), Clive Barker’s Undying (-75%), The Suffering (-50%), F.E.A.R. Platinum (-75%), and many more.

Finally, treat yourself with all the recent releases you might want to catch up on, including the gruesome Blasphemous (-15%), Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (-10%), Blood: Fresh Supply (-33%), DARQ (-20%), Night Call (-10%), Pathologic 2 (-34%), Telling Lies (-15%), and The 7th Guest: 25th Anniversary Edition (-25%). There are also bargains on some of the best selling titles like Vampyr (-60%), Grim Dawn (-70%), Hollow Knight (-50%), …read more

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