I picked up Trine 2 for $3.74 and it's been a blast so far. Gorgeous lighting effects and some really fun physics puzzles - plus online 3 player coop play! Whats not to love?
I also ended up grabbing the Binding of Isaac DLC, because I'm pretty damn sure I'm not ever going to see it cheaper than .74 cents, and apparently it adds a fuckton of content.
But to be perfectly honest neither of the above truly matters because I've been devoting most of my time to playing La Mulana - an amazing dungeon ruins exploration game a la Spelunky. It's been out as an indie title since 2005, but a fully remade version was just released a couple days ago as the flagship title for Playism
, a GOG.com-esque site for bringing Japanese indie games to western audiences. It looks gorgeous. Where the original game was a love letter to the MSX system, this remake channels some PSX/32-bit style.
If this seems kickin' rad to you too, check out the SA thread
for more neat tidbits.
TL;DR: Save some of those steambucks for La Mulana if you love massive HUGE archaeological explorey games. /salespitch