This simple and popular game is now 66% off on Steam. Scramble around solo or with up to four players to prepare, cook, and serve up orders before hungry customers leave. The best review probably comes from i_porter: “It’s once called the “dark souls” of cooking games. It’s really fun when you and your friends mess the kitchen up, but your friendship might also being [sic] messed up.” Hey, for S$6.79, why not?
If you’re a fan of Ghost in the Shell (no, not the whitewashed one), you can save big on this DRM-free, multi-format manga bundle. Pay US$15 or more to unlock The Ghost in the Shell volumes one to two, and Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex volumes one to five (incidentally, GTS: SAC is also one of the most underrated anime series of all time!). Pay US$18 or more and you’ll also unlock entire volumes of Battle Angel Alita.
The GALAX GeForce GTX 1060 EXOC 3GB graphics card is powered by NVIDIA Pascal and is VR ready. It comes with twin 90mm fans and is dressed in black. Yours for S$339 on Shopee, and if you use the promo code GALAXPUBG you’ll get S$25 off.
Modeled after Mahjong tiles, these are keycaps that even your grandparents could love. They’re available in two styles, one in a black top and translucent base, the other in a white top and green base (classic!). Handmade and hand-painted, with no two caps exactly alike. The keycaps are now US$19.99 instead of US$25 on Massdrop. This post should not be seen as an endorsement of gambling in any form or manner.
The Kindle Voyage is the upgrade to the Paperwhite, with a nicer screen. It’s not the most advanced Kindle, that’s the Oasis. If you don’t mind getting it refurbished (certified by Amazon), the Voyage is now going for US$129.99, which is US$40 cheaper than a new Voyage at US$169.99. The Paperwhite is available refurbished too, but at US$99.99 versus US$109.99, it’s not much of a deal. One catch: the refurbished Voyage doesn’t ship to Singapore, you’ll have to find your own forwarder.
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