Every Friday, we here at Gamezebo like to round up the best deals for our readers. But unlike most weekend roundups, this week’s is particularly special. Why? Because there’s a deal in here that you’ll only find on Gamezebo!
We’re less than a day away from the latest Star Trek motion picture, and even if you’re not a Trekker, there’s a pretty good chance that this could be your summer movie of the year. Of course, spending 133 minutes in the theater might not be quite enough to give you your fill of the final frontier. When you get home from the movies, you’re going to want to set phasers to fun!
Everybody loves video games, but if you’re anything like me, all of that game buying can really add up. Isn’t it nice to have a chance to save on games every once in a while? Big Fish certainly thinks so – they’re offering 40% off all PC and Mac games today.
Whether it’s because they’re breaking from tradition, trying new things, or just because it’s always fun to root for the little guy, indie games are cool. But for every notable independently developed game you’ve heard of, there are hundreds – if not thousands – that you haven’t.
Gamezebo has always been a great place to learn about the best new and upcoming games, and it’s a top notch way to find out about the best deals, too. So isn’t it about time these two ideas came together? Today we’re announcing the launch of the Name Your Own Price Bundle. It’s the greatest idea since peanut butter met jelly.
It’s probably not cool to admit a bias out in the open like this, but hey – here at Gamezebo, we’re really stoked about The Night of the Rabbit. It’s the next game from the folks who brought us Deponia, and it both looks and plays fantastic.
Welcome to our weekend deals round up, or this week’s selections might fittingly suggest, the best weekend deals roundup of 1992. Why 1992? Because it’s full of classic games from that era and nostalgia-inspired modern releases!
If science fiction has taught us anything, it’s that humans are frail little monkeys that probably don’t belong in space. Yet despite our primitive minds and color-coded tunics, we often set a course for exploration and adventure among the stars. But as the crew in Star Command learns all too well, those stars might not be as welcoming as we’d hope.
Long before Tim Schafer turned Kickstarter into the buzzword financial solution that has drawn every developer and their mother to crowdfunding megasite, a little indie studio called Warballoon Studios made a splash on the service with Star Command. Now, 18 months later, that game is ready to start its spaceward voyage.
Great game deals are like the tide. Some weekends, when the tide is high, there are so many great game deals that we can’t possibly include them all in a single post. Other weekends, when the tide is low, the deals are few and far between.
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