Best download deals this weekend

best download deals

Pickings are slim this week, with only the PC gamers seeing specials across the various digital distribution players.

Indie Royale The Mash Bundle

Indie Royale has launched The Mash Bundle, featuring a broad range of indie gaming goodness. Leading is Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People, a quirky adventure from Telltale Games, makers of the critically acclaimed The Walking Dead.

Also featured is team-based multiplayer game Guns of Icarus; arcade brawler Kung Fu Strike; reflex platformer KRUNCH; and turn-based strategy Delve Deeper.

Those who pay $US8 or their currency equivalent during the Mash Bundle will get Danimal Cannon and Zef’s Parallel Processing chip-tunes album.

Steam Specials

Steam is rather subdued this weekend, but there is one stand-out special worth checking. Mark of the Ninja, a stealthy action platformer from Klei (Shank, Shank 2) is going for US$4.99 – 67% off the standard price.

Check out MyGaming’s review of the game: Mark of the Ninja review (PC) RPG weekend

Online game delivery service,, has some specials to please adventure game fans this weekend, with a bunch of classics from publisher Daedalic Entertainment. These include Deponia 1 and 2, The Whispered World, and Driftmoon.

Greenman Gaming specials

Greenman gaming is running specials on a number of titles at 75% off. Some of the notable titles include Dawn of Magic, Spellforce 2, and Rochard.

As always, Greenman Gaming has a number of deals on PC games, including new-releases, classic games, and pre-orders. This week their discount voucher code (available on site) provides a further 20% discount on top of any discounts already in place.

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  • James Etherington-Smith

    Thanks, I will add that to my regular checks.