If you love saving money (and who doesn't?) and also love downloading and playing cool PC games, then we have selected a few weekend deals that may be to your liking. One of them involves Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes, the recent fantasy strategy-RPG from Ubisoft. Steam has the game on sale this weekend for $7.49, which is 50 percent off its normal price. You can also play the full game for free on Steam from now until 4pm Eastern time on April 15th.
Another game on sale this weekend on Steam is Wargame: European Escalation. The recent modern military RTS game from developer Eugen Systems has 40 percent off on Steam this weekend. There's also a new and free DLC pack for the game, New Battlefields, that adds seven new multiplayer maps, new skirmish features that add up to seven computer opponents and more.
If you like classic games, GoG.com has something for you this weekend. It has 32 games from Interplay on sale for $2.99 each, which is 50 percent off their normal GoG.com prices. You can get games for practically nothing such as Fallout, Freespace, Earthworm Jim, Descent and, yes, even Redneck Rampage as part of this new sale.
Other deals this weekend include the downloadable version of The Darkness II (released in February) for just $12.49, a 75 percent savings, at Amazon.com, and a new "pay what you want" Indie Gala bundle that includes Future Wars, Greed: Black Border and Trapped Dead and also Flatout, Grotesque Tactics, and Twin Sector if you pay above the bundle's current average.