If the art of The Binding of Isaac reminds of you Super Meat Boy, there’s good reason; it’s from the Edmund McMillen half of Team Meat, though this time he’s with collaborator Florian Himsl. If you’re not in the know (and who can blame you for this one), The Binding of Isaac is a shooter RPG with a roguelike tinge in that it includes “randomly generated dungeons, items, enemies, and bosses.” It even features multiple endings.
The game is about a boy whose mother has thrown him into her basement with the wholehearted intention of listening to God’s words. The only problem is that God has told her to kill Isaac.
And if you’re a fan of the game’s music, it’s by Danny Baranowsky, the man behind the soundtracks to Super Meat Boy, Canabalt, and Cave Story 3D. You can buy either the game for just $4.49 (10% from its regular price) or get the soundtrack package for $5.38 (also 10% from its regular price). And if you just want the soundtrack, you can get it for just 99 cents (or whatever you choose to donate) from his Bandcamp page.