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Latest Steam Sale Features Some Fantastic, Must-Play Games

If you're looking for a new game to play on Steam, the latest sale shouldn't be missed.

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Steam's summer sale has come and gone, but that doesn't mean the store is done offering notable discounts this season; in fact, the latest Steam sale offers steep discounts on some of the best indie games of recent years. The Tiny Teams Festival focuses on games made by small development teams, and in some cases, just one person. Don't take that to mean these games aren't worth your time, however--the sale includes some real bangers that you shouldn't miss out on. The following deals are available until August 15.

The sale includes the acclaimed 2017 Metroidvania Hollow Knight, which is 50% off at $7.49 right now. If you've somehow missed out on Stardew Valley, which is available on every platform at this point, the Steam version is a few bucks off, selling for $12 right now. Speaking of farm sims, here's one you may not have heard of: The Stillness of the Wind is super cheap right now at $4.54. Only a few hours long, this dreamy, meditative game follows an old woman named Talma, who lives alone and quietly tends her farm while receiving increasingly disturbing letters from her family in the city.

Best deals in Steam's Tiny Teams sale

Other standouts include Devolver's Ape Out, which lets you experience what it would be like to be an angry gorilla who escapes its cage and smashes up a bunch of humans--it's down to $7.49 right now. There's also Slay the Spire, a fantastic roguelike deckbuilder that recently earned a 9/10 from GameSpot, on sale for $12.49. You can check out more of the best games on sale above and see the entire Tiny Teams Festival on Steam--there are quite a few gems available to snag at great prices right now.

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