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Monday, 07 October 2013 11:33

Prepare your wallets, the 'Not on Steam' sale is here

One of the games on sale is 'Arcane World' One of the games on sale is 'Arcane World' Supplied

The Not On Steam Sale is offering up more than 35 indie titles that are, as the name implies, not available on Steam.

Valve's Steam software has long been PC gamers' software of choice, delivering often heavily discounted titles quickly and easily. This means, however, that gamers often end up missing out on titles not on Steam, simply because they don't look anywhere else.

Two brothers from game development studio Flippfly are aiming to remedy the situation, at least temporarily, through a sale specifically for games not on Steam.

“We love Steam! It makes buying games easy, and managing our game library even easier," Aaron San Filippo from Flippfly said.

"We wanted to highlight the fact that not every great game is available on Steam, and help shine a light on a bunch of great games that many players may be missing out on.”

Each game is priced individually and you can buy as many or as few as you like. Some discounts are small while others are rather large, and one game is even free.

The site has a few design issues (it loads over 50 YouTube videos simultaneously) but check it out for yourself here. The sale ends in about three days.

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