Score a Deal on Playdead’s Critically Acclaimed Indie Games Inside and Limbo

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Inside, an atmospheric puzzle platformer developed and published by Playdead, is currently on sale on Steam at a massive discount of 90%. The price reduction is applicable to both the main game and its predecessor, Limbo; additionally, if you purchase both games together, you can save an additional 10%. Fans only have until March 16, 2023 to take advantage of this fantastic offer because this deal is only available for a limited time and will be discontinued after that date.

A 2D puzzle platformer, Inside has a rating on Steam of “Overwhelmingly Positive,” indicating that users have had a generally favorable experience with the game. It offers a somber and immersive experience thanks to its minimalist art style, which is characterized by contrasting colors and three-dimensional models. The game that came before it, Limbo, also employed a monochromatic art style to convey the same kind of experience.

Both of these video games have received widespread praise from gaming critics ever since they were first made available to the public. Playdead, the independent developer responsible for these games, has not revealed a great deal of information about their upcoming project, other than the fact that it will be a video game played from the third-person perspective and set in a 3D environment, and that it will be powered by Unreal Engine 5.

Cocoon is a game that was designed by the same gameplay designer, Jeppe Carlsen, as Playdead, so fans of the style of games that Playdead creates should check it out. There is also the puzzle platformer Somerville, which was developed by Jumpship. One of the company’s founders was the former CEO of Playdead, Dino Patti, and the game is currently available exclusively for the Xbox console.

This deal presents a fantastic opportunity for gamers who have not yet tried either Inside or Limbo to pick up both games at a price that is significantly lower than normal. The price of Inside has been reduced to only $2 USD, while the cost of Limbo has been reduced to only $1 USD. The combined cost of both games is approximately $2.70 USD, and they each offer several hours of gameplay that is rich in atmosphere and immersion.

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