Weekend PC download deals: $3 Hotline Miami

By Alice O'Connor, Jun 21, 2013 2:45pm PDT

For you, dear reader, I have missed cheap door entry at dancing so I might properly scrutinise this weekend's sales at digital distributors. Because I care.

Offers include Hotline Miami for $2.71, FTL for $2.49, The Witcher 2 for $7, XCOM: Enemy Unknown for $11, Dishonored for $16, and Dead Island Riptide for $20. There's oh so much more, of course.

Here's our selection of this weekend's PC deals:


You'll need to use the code GFDJUN20 to get these prices. They're not quite exact because accessing the US site is a pain for me here in England but hey, close enough.


Amazon has loads of sales to celebrate the formalising of its indie games section, where you'll far more than I list in this general-purpose deal-o-rama:



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GOG has a huge huge summer sale with 50% off a bajillion games and daily deals with mega-discounts. You'll find cracking bargains like System Shock 2 for $4.99 in the main sale, but the way to handle any sale with daily deals is to wait and see if games you want come up in dailies first. So I won't list regular sale stuff.

These and more are at these prices until 6am Pacific on Saturday morning:

Green Man Gaming

GMG offers 20% off most games with the code GMG20-6WUSQ-LBC4U. I'd include this with the prices listed below, but GMG has messed with its website so there's no easy way to remove items from the basket (which I need to check the voucher's valid on each game) and I have neither time nor patience to deal with this rubbish. So you can probably knock another 20% off these:

It also has daily deals on Square Enix games. Again, voucher etc, but these are until about 7am Pacific on Sunday:

Humble Bundle

Pay what you want for Aquaria, Fractal, Organ Trail, Pulse, and Stealth Bastard Deluxe. Beat the average price to get Broken Sword: Director's Cut and Frozen Synapse too. Steam keys if you pay at least a dollar. All are for Android, PC, Mac, and Linux, except for Pulse, which is Android-only.

Or, pay what you want for Rochard plus its Hard Times DLC. Pay at least a dollar for Steam keys.


Indie Game Stand

Pay what you want for 8-Bit Commando.

Indie Royale

Pay what you want, above a minimum, for Breath of Death VII, Cthulhu Saves the World, Eufloria, Really Big Sky, and Runespell: Overture. All come DRM-free or with Steam keys.


Steam also has a big Paradox Interactive weekend sale, with 50% off most games this weekend plus bigger daily deals. These are until 10am Pacific on Saturday morning:

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