The Twitch Prime May 2019 lineup has been revealed today, a hefty helping of full titles and in-game loot that you can access if you are a Twitch Prime subscriber. This month's selection includes four indie games: The Little Acre, Whispering Willows, Stealth Bastard Deluxe, and Majesty Master Collection.
The Little Acre is a cute point-and-click adventure with hand-drawn art and traditional cartoon animation, developed by Pewter Games Studios alongside Executive Producer Charles Cecil, who developed point-and-click classics Broken Sword and Beneath a Steel Sky. Our 2016 review called it "criminally short for a point and click adventure. However, the charm of the story and the gorgeous animation work make it worth the time to visit."
Whispering Willows is another point-and-click adventure, but it veers more for the horror than the cute. Developed by Night Light Interactive, it hinges on a unique aesthetic to deliver a new kind of point-and-click experience. The art is hand-drawn, just as The Little Acre, and it follows the story of Elena, a girl in search of her father.
Stealth Bastard Deluxe (originally also bearing the brilliant subtitle "Tactical Espionage Arsehole") is a 2D stealth platformer developed by Curve Studios. You play as the Stealth Bastard, a short fellow with large, bright green stealth goggles as he runs through the 2D levels of a deadly facility, evading deadly traps and enemies. The game also had a sequel, Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones.
Majesty Master Collection, or Majesty 2 Collection, is a fantasy RTS developed by 1C Company and published by Paradox Interactive. It's the sequel to the classic Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim, and it's a fairly standard RTS game with resource management, settlement building, and real-time tactical combat, except set in a slightly comical fantasy universe.
Along with these four titles, you'll also get several packs of in-game loot for several games, such as World of Tanks, Magic: The Gathering Arena, Smite, Path of Exile, League of Legends, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and several others. There's also an offer on a Nintendo Switch Online subscription that might interest Nintendo fans. You can check out the Twitch Prime page for more information about the bundle of goodies. A Twitch Prime subscription will set you back $12.99 per month, and you can have a 30-day free trial as well.
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