If you go into the woods today you’re in for a big surprise. Or just to Steam where their spooktastic Halloween sale has just started!
Bag yourself some dark Steampunk furore as The Chaos Engine is being practically given away at 50% off the game or challenge a friend to some fiendish fun with a half-price double pack!
In addition turn your ghoulish dreams into nightmares with 25% off Dream on Early Access.
The deal: The Steam Halloween sale is now on and lasts until 1 st November.
Get 50% off The Chaos Engine game at only £3.50, or play with a friend for a smashing £7 for a double-pack!
And GOG has matched the 50% discount too!
The Chaos Engine launch trailer:
The original version of The Chaos Engine was one of the first games to introduce a skill system in action-adventure games, helping players improve their characters and equip individualized weapons. The early ‘90s top-down shooter has been lovingly restored and brought bang up to date as you can now battle through four unique worlds in single-player or online and local co-op modes. Play in ‘Enhanced mode’ or ‘Classic mode’ with its original graphics and controls for the true Amiga experience. This restoration of the classic Amiga shooter includes all the intense gameplay of the original with enhanced graphics, controls and Steam features.
In addition, wangle a fangtastic 25% off Dream Early Access and help shape the final experience! One of the first titles to be greenlit by the Steam community, Dream features a unique narrative as you enter the mind of Howard Phillips, a young man who has developed an obsession with his dreams. Split into three acts with multiple paths and endings that are determined by how you explore and move between dreams. Each act will immerse you in new worlds filled with puzzles, secrets and horrors and help to decipher Howard's past, emotions and ambitions. Through Howard’s dreams and nightmares you will have a chance to shape his future.
Dream on Early Access is 25% off!
Dream Early Access trailer:
But hurry, with such ghoulishly appealing deals ending on 1 st November, witch would you choose?