Every monday a bundle for you!
Grab some nice games. Included in this game pack you´ll find Stories of Bethem: Full Moon, Rush for gold: Alaska, Legends of Solitaire: Curse of the Dragons, ANKI, Silver Knight, Fasaria World Online and Crazy Belts.
The games in this bundle are redeemable on Steam and playable on Windows. Selected games are also playable on Mac and Linux. 2 titles include Steam Trading Cards. Grab the complete bundle for $1.89!
This game bundle contains
Rush for gold: Alaska
Take part in the famous "Rush for Gold" in Alaska!
Legends of Solitaire: Curse of the Dragons
Long ago, the Solitaire Kingdom was cursed by an ancient, evil spell! To lift the curse once and for all and return the kingdom to its former glory, you must embark on a great quest and defeat the dragons! Gather companions, trade coins for goods at the
Stories of Bethem: Full Moon
Be enchanted by a classic style action-packed adventure full of secrets, puzzles, unrequited love, exploration and loads of madness. Discover the amazing story of Khoma and the Witches of Bethem.
"ANKI" is a new platform, arcade, puzzle , game made by an independent artist Wojciech Krupinski. Incredibly addictive idea, which is teleport from left to right and from top to bottom, the author provides us with nice and pleasant moments. The
Fasaria World Online
Fasaria World Online is a strategy, building RPG style mmo that can be played through any web browser even on your tablet or phone. Fasaria World Online is STEAM community exclusive which means ALL of our active members are from the steam community.
Silver Knight is a unique isometric mini-RPG with randomized enemy spawn placement that offers a challenging new experience each time you play. Any second can become your last in this dangerous land. Think twice before making your move — lives are ...
Do you know what happens after check-in? Do you think our luggage is safe in the conveyor belts of the airport? Now you can discover the truth! Crazy Belts is a casual puzzle game that tells the amazing story of our bags, and why they end up in distant countries when we leave them in the belts...