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An enchanting, dangerous journey.

Dust: An Elysian Tail, a beautifully animated side-scrolling platformer with dynamic fights and RPG elements, is available 50% off on That's only $7.49 for the first week!

As the mysterious warrior, Dust, your action-packed journey will take you from peaceful glades to snowy mountaintops and beyond. At your disposal is the mythical sword, capable of turning its wielder into an unstoppable force of nature, and the blade's diminutive guardian, always ready to give you advice--wanted or not. Battle dozens of enemies at once with an easy-to-learn, difficult-to-master combat system, take on a variety of quests from friendly villagers, discover ancient secrets and powerful upgrades hidden throughout the massive, open world, and uncover the story of an ancient civilization on the brink of extinction as you fight to uncover your own past.

Run, jump, hack, and slash in Dust: An Elysian Tail, a dynamic action-platformer with RPG elements, beautiful landscapes, tons of original enemies, full XInput controller support, great animation, and a cast of sympathetic characters. As Dust, the furry protagonist of the story, you will wield the talking sword known as the Blade of Ahrah and take on many strange creatures of darkness that have been menacing your world. With the help of magic-wielding Fidget, the sprite guardian of the sword, and an occasional piece of advice from the snarky blade itself, you will follow your destiny and make your way through a vast, fantastic, colorful world that won't soon forget, even after Dust's story is over.

With traditional animation techniques and full 1080p resolution, this might be one of the most enchanting games ever to grace your screen. Let the adventure begin, get Dust: An Elysian Tail, for only $7.49 on The 50% off release discount offer lasts until Thursday, November 14, at 10:59AM GMT.
Siegor: Watched some gameplay vídeos and it looks very nice. Just wondering how it works with a keyboard and mouse.
It's a well ported game so there's no problem at all with the keyboard and mouse controls at all. Game even includes keyboard icon screen prompts during tutorials (none of that "press square button" stuff to worry about).
Add me to the list of people that would have bought the game on if it had been released there earlier.

Still, I'm glad there's a DRM-free alternative now.