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New deal is The Last Federation (DRM-Free/Steam, Windows/Mac/Linux). BTA for The Last Federation Collection (Steam-only, Windows/Mac/Linux).

"From the creators of AI War: Fleet Command comes an all-new grand strategy title with turn-based tactical combat, set in a deep simulation of an entire solar system and its billions of inhabitants. You are the last of a murdered race, determined to unify or destroy the 8 others.

Key Features:

- Turn-based tactical combat, with up to 5 factions competing at once.
- Extremely deep simulation of an entire solar system and its billions of inhabitants. Even just watching everything unfold in Observer mode is entertaining, as nations rise and fall.
- New-player-friendly ramp-up of complexity as you play, which you can disable if you're already a veteran.
- Eight races each have very distinct personalities and attributes. Each one even has its own completely unique political system.
- Difficulty levels split between the grand strategy and turn-based combat portions of the game, both ranging from quite casual to incredibly hardcore.
- Save and reload your game with ease any time, or tough it out in ironman mode.
- Composer Pablo Vega's best soundtrack to date, featuring 54 minutes of music and the vocal finale "Lay Down Your Arms."
Grargar: snip
I have TLF here on GOG, it's a very good game.
Just a heads-up for all who haven't been buying from there anytime soon:

$1 for DRM-Free version of the game and
$2.50 for a Steam key.

I wonder why they changed the humblebundle model, if it works for HB why not for them?
leon30: Just a heads-up for all who haven't been buying from there anytime soon:

$1 for DRM-Free version of the game and
$2.50 for a Steam key.

I wonder why they changed the humblebundle model, if it works for HB why not for them?
It is up to the developer. Default is $0.25 for DRM-free version, and $1 for Steam key
New deal is Verdict Guilty (DRM-Free/Steam, Windows). BTA for Super Trench Attack (DRM-Free/Desura/Steam, Windows), Super Trench Attack 2 (DRM-Free/Steam, Windows) and the Verdict Guilty soundtrack (MP3).

"Verdict Guilty is a 90's style fighting game featuring unique hand and gun combat set in the dangerous city of Neo Seoul.

Neo Seoul has been hit with a wave of terrorist and crime attacks, only a few good officers remain willing to battle this new evil. Discover the dark secrets of Neo Seoul as you fight your way to uncover the truth. Choose your side cop or criminal, as you battle your way to unmask the evil syndicate crimelord himself."
Current deal is Super Win the Game - never heard of it before, comes DRM-free and with a steam key.

Apparently, it's a sequel to a freeware game, and they give a link to download that on the page.
New deal from IndieGameStand is The Silent Age (DRM-Free/Steam*, Windows/Mac). BTA for Obulis (DRM-Free/Steam, Windows).

"Help Joe as he travels between the groovy present of 1972 and the apocalyptic future of 2012 to discover the truth behind humankind’s extinction—a quest entrusted to him by a dying man from the future. Use your portable time travel device to solve puzzles that bring you closer to answers and saving humanity.

Winner of the 2013 Casual Connect Indie Prize and applauded for its deep story, clever puzzles and radically simple navigation, The Silent Age is an unforgettable experience. Can you, a simple janitor and literally, “the average Joe,” save humankind?

Key Features

Thrilling adventure with a deep story that captivates from beginning to end.
Complex characters, each with their own personality and agenda.
Clever puzzles requiring time travel and specific items to solve.
A seamless interface which makes you feel like you’re actually there.
10 chapters with unique locations, characters and puzzles.
Character voiceover brings the story and characters to life.
Bold and stylish artwork presented in stunning Ultra HD."

*The minimum for a Steam key is $1.5.
New deal is Monstro: Battle Tactics (DRM-Free/Steam*, Windows). BTA for the soundtrack in MP3 and FLAC format.

"Monstro takes the traditional tRPG gameplay and reconstructs it into a completely deterministic, logical experience with a twist of tactics. All of this is spiced up with ridiculous, tongue-in-cheek lore and approachable difficulty.

On Ludus, ancient terror beasts and humans somehow coexist in perfect harmony. Yet once every few hundred years or so, a predictably unpredictable astrological phenomenon occurs wherein some angry people from the sky arrive from their dimension, "Terra". Whenever they arrive, a fleet of floating islands are brought along and make up the battlefields where the humans and the beasts battle for the amusement of the angry Skygods.

Welcome to Monstro. A fully deterministic logic game which plays like a tactical RPG but without RP, character growth or randomness. Fight the opposing army on the battlefield, which just so happens to be made up of conveniently perfect squares. Survive the onslaught and strike back to be the last one standing. Or, occasionally, do something else the evil Skygods want to be done for their own amusement.

- A puzzle game with completely deterministic and repeatable set of rules which still feels like playing a tRPG.
- And even though it plays like a tRPG there are no RPG elements, so it feels more like a t.
- A tongue-in-cheek plot, much better than the previous bullet point!
- No need to tediously repeat the same sequence of moves over and over if you lose, because undo is here! Undo a single move, undo all moves back to the beginning of the mission, undo if feature>you fail the mission and even undo if you are victorious!
- Learn the rules of the enemy AI and use them for your victory. Or read them up because everything is in the in-game help!
- Real-time lighting which adds new depth to the crisp pixel art.
- Traps, pimped-up units, moving walls and breakable walls, ranged attacks and quick feedback on predicted enemy movement.
- 23 achievements including 17 which require you to complete existing levels in a more difficult way! (also available in DRM-free version)
- 6 Trading Cards with descriptions expanding the game's weird lore. (only on Steam)
- Skygods, hand-drawn islands, ancient terror beasts, Goos with :3 faces and the background pushed around by an artificial wind.

Note: Includes FLAC and MP3 320kbit/s version of the soundtrack with the purchase. The soundtrack is also available for free on youtube:"

The minimum for a Steam key is $1.
New deal is Jet Set Knights (DRM-Free/Steam, Windows)*. BTA for the soundtrack and Obludia (DRM-Free/Steam/Desura, Windows).

When the king is not at home, the bad things can be done...

The peaceful tiny Kingdom is now under attack from their old enemies, beings from the dark world... The princess Kitty and all people of the kingdom are now in danger!

Don't wait! Take one of four brave knights, face hundreds of evil creatures and protect the princess at all costs!

Jet Set Knights is an old-school arcade action platformer inspired by classics from the golden age such as Mario Bros, Snow Bros or newest Super Crate Box. If You love retro 2D platformers mixed with Tower Defense and RPG elements, Jet Set Knight is for You!

Simple controls and pure arcade action
Choose from 4 Knights, each with their own unique abilities
Single player and Local multiplayer for 2-4 players
2 Players Survival mode. Defeat monsters together with your friend!
3 Local MP modes include Last Man Standing, Domination or EGG Tournament
Secret Characters
Retro-styled handcrafted pixel graphics created with love
Over 14 unlockable weapons, spells and special artifacts
12 Unique Enemies - Including Ghosts, Slimes, Skeletons, Devils...
Plenty of hidden secrets, surprises and deadlies traps
Level Up your heroes and collect many power-ups
Fight with powerful Bosses!
12 in-game Achievements
Funny mini-games
Full Xbox 360 controller support
Awesome retro-style game manual
Excellent Soundtrack
And of course, there's a princess to save! =)"

*Minimum for the DRM-Free download is $3 and minimum for the Steam/Desura keys is $4.
A Wizard's Lizard is the new deal (Steam and DRM-free):

"Conquer the forces of Death in A Wizard’s Lizard, an action RPG for Windows, Mac and Linux. Explore ever-changing dungeons, filled with valuable treasure and powerful items, while battling back the hordes of evil. Rescue townsfolk to improve your town and aid your next trek into the dungeon.

Fans of The Legend of Zelda, Gauntlet, and The Binding of Isaac will love the retro-inspired twin-stick action of A Wizard's Lizard.

When the wizard of Amberfall unlocks the magic of eternal life, Death comes to take him away. Now his faithful pet lizard must brave procedurally-generated dungeons to save him!

Master Life & Death: Death is only the beginning as you continue to unlock secrets in the realm of the dead. Find hidden items only accessible to those who have died and discover the power of resurrection. Tread carefully, the dead do not wish to be disturbed.

Rebuild the Town: Rescue townsfolk trapped throughout the dungeons for increasing reward. Discover lost blueprints which allow the town's blacksmith to craft new weapons and armor.

Restore the Museum: Search Death's domain for stolen artifacts and legendary weapons. Every item you find is returned to the museum for display. Can you recover all of the powerful weapons, legendary armor, and magical items?

Control your lizard using your favorite gamepad (including the Xbox 360 controller) for full 360 degree movement and attacking."

BTA for the soundtrack.
New deal is Cook, Serve Delicious! (DRM-Free/Steam, Windows/Mac/Linux)*. BTA for The Oil Blue (DRM-Free/Desura/Steam, Windows).

"Cook, Serve, Delicious is a hardcore restaurant sim, one of the few in its genre that gives the players total control over where they want to take their restaurant.

The game centers on an old, worn down restaurant in the SherriSoda Tower, which was once the heart of the building but closed down as business (and tenants) dropped to an all time low. But with the local economy rising back up and occupancy reaching its maximum, SherriSoda Tower has decided to bring back the old Cook, Serve, Delicious restaurant, and has given you complete control to bring it back to its old five star status of world class dining.

To do that, you'll start with a few thousand dollars and thirty foods to choose from to put on your menu, as well as a host of restaurant equipment and more. Nearly everything is unlocked from the start of the game for you to purchase; this is your restaurant, and you must figure out the best strategy to get that restaurant packed with satisfied customers. Can you prove your culinary skills?

And if that weren't enough, you'll also have the opportunity to be cast in the Iron Cook television show, throw parties for offices in SherriSoda Tower, read virtual mail in your SherriSoda Tower Email account which ranges from game tips to crazy spam (nearly 500 emails in all), from customers providing feedback to your restaurant to opportunities such as being able to fund projects via "ClicknStart" and other big surprises!

With hours of content and tons of secrets and unlockables, as well as voted by Giant Bomb as a nominee for Downloadable Game of the Year upon it's release, Cook, Serve, Delicious will provide a big challenge for anyone who's ready to take their crumbling, rat infested eatery to a luxurious Platinum Star Restaurant. Good luck!"

*Minimum is $0.25 for the DRM-Free download and $1.49 for the Steam key.
Post edited August 26, 2016 by Grargar
Cook, Serve, Delicious! is an awesome game and The Oil Blue is good as well(even if it gets a little repetitive after a while). Excellent deal!
Current deal is Stash, which is an MMORPG:
New deal is The Rebel (It's in alpha stage):

52 hours left and only 10 games purchased! Total payments: $28.02! I didn't see any other game on IGS deals before that has sold less than The Rebel. It'll probably be the worst selling game in IGS' "Today's Deal" history. I just watched the trailer and I must say that the game looks awful (and it has typos too in its writing - not a good sign at all). And it's even available on Steam!! GOG's curator approach definitely deserves huge praise. I also cannot believe that IGS has agreed to sell it on their sites. I guess they also discarded any curator approach.
Accatone: I just watched the trailer and I must say that the game looks awful
o.O Indeed, it does. Frankly, I'd be too embarrassed to even ask for money if I was the creator.