PC game download deals for December 10-12 and beyond: 'Blue Toad Murder Files', 'Europa Universalis III'

The quaintly British family sleuth game
Blue Toad Murder Files and the
Europa Universalis back catalog are among downloadable PC gaming deals to be had this weekend and beyond.

There's almost nothing to lose, apart from less than a dollar or euro, with GamersGate's offer for the first Europa Universalis game. The site's sale, as well as that of Direct2Drive and Impulse, extends to EU's sequels and expansions.

Among others well worth a poke for under €5/$5/£5 are the extreme base-jumping of AaAaAA!!! A Reckless Disregard for Gravity (Steam), the retro action of BOH (Impulse), true classic Space Rangers 2 (Impulse), and Cryostasis' thrills and chills (GetGames).

Visit each store's website for more deals.

Steam ( steampowered.com - general gaming and own label)
Blue Toad Murder Files: The Mysteries of Little Riddle, €14.99 / $17.99
The UnderGarden, €4.99 / $4.99
Amnesia: The Dark Descent, €7.49 / $9.99
AaAaAA!!! - A Reckless Disregard for Gravity, €2.25 / $2.50
Evil Genius, €2.50 / $2.50

Direct2Drive ( direct2drive.com - general)
20% off until December 15 with code HOHOHO (US store) or RUDOLPH (UK store)
Europa Universalis: Rome - Gold, $5.95 / €5.95 / £4.95
Europa Universalis II (Mac), €5.95 / $5.95 / £4.95
Europa Universalis III Complete (Mac or PC), $8.95 / €8.95 / £7.95
Europa Universalis III Heir to the Throne expansion, $5.95 / €5.95 / £4.95
The Settlers 7, £14.95
The Settlers 7 DLC pack, £2.50
The Settlers 4: Heritage of Kings / 6: Rise of an Empire, £4.95

Good Old Games ( gog.com - classics)
Broken Sword Director's Cut, $4.19
Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror, $4.19
Broken Sword 3: The Sleeping Dragon, $4.19
Broken Sword trilogy, $7.17
New game: Dream Pinball 3D, $5.99

Impulse - ( impulsedriven.com - strategy specialists)
BOH, €4.15 / $5.49
Demigod, €7.53
Europa Universalis: Rome Gold, €5.99 / $5.98
Europa Universalis III: Complete, €8.99 / $8.99
Europa Universalis III, €4,49 / $4.49
Battlefield 2 Complete Collection, $14.99 (North America only)
Mass Effect 2, $9.99 (North America only)
Space Rangers 2, €3.77 / $4.99

GamersGate - ( gamersgate.com - general and own label)
BioShock, €4.99
Blue Toad Murder Files: The Mysteries of Little Riddle, €15.29
Burn Zombie Burn!, €3.98
Europa Universalis, €0.89
Europa Universalis: Rome - Gold, €5.99
Europa Universalis II / expansion, €3
Europa Universalis III: Complete (inc. expansions), €8.39
Puzzle Agent, €4.48
Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale, €7.48
STALKER: Clear Sky, €3.98
The Path, €3.50
Total Annihilation, €3.98
Velvet Assassin, €3.38
Victoria Complete, €5.99
Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventure, €6.10

Get Games - ( getgamesgo.com - general)
Cities XL, €4.99 / $4.99 / £3.75
Cryostasis, €2.49 / $2.99 / £2
Dogfighter, €8.09 / $9.89 / £6.29
Sid Meier's Railroads, €5 / $5 / £5
Silent Hunter 3, €5 / £3.5 (Europe only)
Silent Hunter 5, €12.49 / £10 (Europe only)

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