A Virus Named TOM celebrates its one year anniversary with a 75% off sale! If your eyelid closing/opening cycle is 22 hours long, don't blink or you'll miss it.
If you can remember back to August 1, 2012, developer Misfits Attic released a puzzle-action game called A Virus Named TOM. We liked it, pretty much everybody on Steam liked it, and high quantities of fun were was had working with our co-op buddies to solve puzzles. Great visuals, good challenges, an all-around nice time.
To celebrate a year of existence, A Virus Named TOM is currently on sale for $2.50 ($3.00 gets you the game plus soundtrack). The only catch is the price returns to normal at noon EDT on Saturday. Not a lot of time, but that's not a lot of spacebucks to spend, either.
A tidy list of features in A Virus Named TOM:
- Co-op mode for four local players that includes 50 levels
- Single player mode with its own set of 50 levels
- After co-op makes you hate your friends, dive into battle mode to settle the score
- A dark sense of humor. That's a feature, trust us.