$10 coupons are back on the Epic Games Store for the Epic Mega Sale

Grindstone, Mundaun, Ghostrunner, and Rogue Legacy 2 are super cheap when you combine the sale price with coupons

I pretty much just stick to free games on the Epic Games Store — speaking of which: this week’s freebie is NBA 2K21 of all things — but I know some of you love your (basically) limitless $10 off coupons.

With the Epic Mega Sale running until June 17, it’s once again possible to knock $10 off any full game priced at $14.99 or higher, and each time you do, you’ll get a fresh coupon that can be applied to another purchase. You probably know the drill by now, and you can get your first coupon over here.

If you’re open to recommendations, I’ve got a handful of games to check out:

  • Grindstone ($14.99) — a ridiculously satisfying puzzler from Capybara.
  • A Monster’s Expedition ($15.99) — another puzzle game that flew a bit under the radar.
  • Narita Boy ($17.49) — I’m a sucker for the pixel art, okay?
  • Mundaun ($15.99) — hand-drawn horror in the valley of the alps.
  • Hades ($19.99) — an instant classic for hack-and-slash roguelike fans.
  • Curse of the Dead Gods ($14.99) — the lesser-known (but still great!) action roguelike.
  • Breathedge ($17.49) — I’ve heard people liken this to “Subnautica in space,” albeit with a humorous tone, but it’s still on my backlog.
  • Ghostrunner ($14.99) — pretty slick fast-moving cyber-ninja action.
  • Carrion ($14.99) — a cathartic action-exploration game where you’re the vile monster.
  • Amnesia: Rebirth ($14.99) — the latest horror romp from Frictional at a great price.
  • Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 ($25.99) — it’s fantastic even if you’re brand new to THPS. 
  • Rogue Legacy 2 ($15.99) — the early access version has enough content that it’s worth diving into, and even if you want to hold off, it’s going to be tough to beat this price.
  • New Super Lucky’s Tale ($20.99) — 3D platformers always get my nod.
  • Mortal Shell ($20.99) — something different for Souls fans in between replays.
  • Superhot: Mind Control Delete ($14.99) — a tempting price for the new slow-mo shooter.
  • Destroy All Humans! ($14.99) — more heavy lifting from the coupons.
  • Huntdown ($15.99) — an absolute no-brainer for arcade shooter enthusiasts.

Some of these prices might not seem all that good on their own, but when you can easily take $10 off the top without jumping through hoops, it’s a whole different story. Crazy deals.

Jordan Devore
Jordan is a founding member of Destructoid and poster of seemingly random pictures. They are anything but random.