March 22, 2013 8:00 PM | Danny Cowan
So, how's your wallet? Is it ready to handle another Steam sale? How about one that drops the price of hundreds of acclaimed indie titles? I offer your bank account my condolences in advance.
The Indie Spring Sale brings steep discounts for many worthwhile games, including standouts like Recettear ($6.79), Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams ($7.49), and the recently released A Valley Without Wind 2 ($3.74).
If you're looking to curb your spending this time around, you might want to have a look at some of the cheaper offerings like 10,000,000 ($3.34), Terraria ($2.49), The Binding of Isaac ($1.24), or Super Hexagon ($1.01).
(Personal pick: if you've been waiting on a price drop for Retro City Rampage, now's your chance -- it's currently $4.99, the cheapest it's ever been since its launch.)
Steam's Indie Spring Sale will continue through March 29th.