Get a ton of great adventure Steam games in this PC game bundle for a total of just $10. Available until February 2nd 2023.
Indie studio Wadjet Eye Games has been developing and publishing acclaimed adventure games for over sixteen years!
Encounter strange stories, unforgettable characters, and beautiful pixel art in this bundle of modern classics. Join the Unavowed on their mission to fight evil, and explore a nightmarish carnival in the surreal Strangeland. Fight for survival in Shardlight’s post-pandemic dystopia, and aid restless spirits in the acclaimed Blackwell mystery series.
Point, click, and get lost in some great graphic adventures—all while helping support JDRF on their mission to improve the lives of people living with type 1 diabetes.
TIER 1: Pay $10 or more to get all the Steam keys in this game bundle:
- The Blackwell Legacy
- Blackwell Unbound
- Blackwell Convergence
- Blackwell Deception
- Blackwell Epiphany
- Gemini Rue
- The Shivah
All games and DLC are delivered as separate Steam keys. Normally, the total cost for the games in this bundle is as much as $129.
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I’ve played almost all Blackwell games, Gemini Rue and Resonance. Loved them all.
I got most of their games, but only played through Primordia and Shardlight, which were absolutely stellar experiences. Reminded me quite a lot of Beneath a Steel Sky.
They’ve made a lot more games than I remember. It’s been a while since I’ve followed / paid attention to Wadjet Eye Games. I do own a number of their games already, but haven’t played them all. I’ll have to check to see whether this is worth getting (from my perspective). If you’re a point n click adventure fan, then this is definitely a good bundle.
The games are usually very similar in that they’re all pixel graphic adventure games. Most of them are dark games, with darker graphics and adult themes. These aren’t your cutesy Monkey Island-esque colourful, bright, happy games.
They are, nonetheless, very well written and fun to play. If you don’t own any / many of these, I’d definitely give it a shot.