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The weekly sale at Gamersgate has all sorts of adventure game goodness. 

Barron Wittard, Adam’s Venture, Darkness Within, Darkfall 1 &2 and more, all at $2.50 each.

http://www.gamersgate.com/games?prio=relevance&q=icebergmidweek

     

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L.A. Noire download is $5 from GameFly. This is not the complete edition.

http://www.gamefly.com/Download-LA-Noire/5003660/

     
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Stonez - 04 June 2012 05:15 PM

The weekly sale at Gamersgate has all sorts of adventure game goodness. 

Barron Wittard, Adam’s Venture, Darkness Within, Darkfall 1 &2 and more, all at $2.50 each.

http://www.gamersgate.com/games?prio=relevance&q=icebergmidweek

Great.  Also, don’t forget a lot of these same adventures are available free to play through Gamersgate’s VOID service.

I’m going to pick up Barrow Hill for $2.50.  Thanks.

     
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louiedog - 05 June 2012 12:51 PM

L.A. Noire download is $5 from GameFly. This is not the complete edition.

http://www.gamefly.com/Download-LA-Noire/5003660/

Damn, that’s just crazy.  I sold my PS3 copy a while back.  I’m tempted to buy this PC version just to replay it given the price.

     
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The Humble Indie Bundle just got improved, with those who beat the average now also getting Braid (a puzzle-platformer), Super Meat Boy and Lone Survivor (an adventure game). It’s quite possibly their best line-up yet.

     

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GOG has a lot of adventure games on sale this weekend for half off.

Syberia 1 and 2, Still Life 1 and 2, Amerzone, Atlantis 1 and 2, and others are on sale for $4.99 each.

Full list of games on sale

     
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Harald B - 07 June 2012 04:17 PM

The Humble Indie Bundle just got improved, with those who beat the average now also getting Braid (a puzzle-platformer), Super Meat Boy and Lone Survivor (an adventure game). It’s quite possibly their best line-up yet.

It’s a sick line up. Everyone should just get it.

     
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First 3 Broken Sword games for $2.50 on Steam.

http://store.steampowered.com/sub/6447/

     
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Gamefly has Jurassic Park on sale for $7.49.

     
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GOG has Beyond Good and Evil on sale for $4.99.  Not an adventure game, but a classic that’s popular with the adventure crowd.

     
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The Steam daily deal is Nancy Drew®: Secrets Can Kill REMASTERED for $3.49, which is 50% off the regular price.

     
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GamersGate has Edna & Harvey - The Breakout and the Penumbra series for $5.00 each (or 75% off).

They also have Machinarium for $4.98 or 50% off.

     
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The puzzle adventure MacGuffin’s Curse (reviewed here) is Steam’s daily deal - $3.49 or 50% off.

     

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GOG is doing a summer promo. For the next 17 days two games will be put up for a vote each day. The one with more votes will be 60% off for 24 hours with the runner up being 40% off..

The current competitors are Myst: Masterpiece Edition and The 7th Guest.

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And while I’m talking about GOG they’ve also put up Worlds of Ultima 1 & 2 for free.

     

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The Indiana Jones games are 50% off on Steam. That’s $2.50 each.

http://store.steampowered.com/news/8219

     
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