news\ Apr 24, 2012 at 7:47 pm

Indie game A Valley Without Wind out now on Steam


Yesterday, indie developer Arcen Games released version 1.0 of A Valley Without Wind on its official store. The game blends classic 2D action-adventure gameplay elements with a procedurally generated world. Think of it as a Metroidvania title that isn't all that linear.

If you're a Steam gamer and you've been hoping to play A Valley Without Wind, you'll be glad to know that earlier today it landed on Valve's popular digital download service. The game is priced at $14.99, but you can download it right now for $13.49. That extra buck and 49 cents can go to a big bag of chips, which you'll likely need to replenish your health while you pay A Valley Without Wind for hours on end.

Additionally, you can buy the four-pack for $40.49. Hey, why not share with your pals? After all, the game does feature a multiplayer component.

You can expect a review of A Valley Without Wind here on GameZone from yours truly within the next few days. In the meantime, why not check out my exclusive interview with developer Arcen Games?

[Arcen Games, Steam]

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