Today, I played Anuchard's demo, so,... here are my thoughts!
"Burn them... Burn them all... for they are killing my skeleton brethren!", I mutter at the fire place. This is the story of the Greydwarf Incident.
The last day of the Steam Game Festival is drawing near, and alas, here are the last few titles on my to-play-list for this event!
I just recently played through Bioshock 2... and I know that I'm late to this party but I really wanted to write about it. So, here are my thoughts on that game!
Another day passes and yet, there are so many more demos to go through... here's Day 2 of the Steam Game Festival with a new batch of games!
Turn-based combat, chess pieces, and... permadeath?! Check out my post on Pawnbarian to see what that's about!
Today, I decided to publish my draft on AFK Arena, a game where you afk and chill, I suppose. Here're my two cents on it and why I don't like it.
Today, we're taking a look at Call of Myth, a Lovecraftian CCG by Kadath studio that is coming out soon! Strap on and don't get driven insane as we try to play our cards right!
Today, I wanted to take another look at some other demos. Just like yesterday, the Steam Game Festival Autumn Edition is still a thing and it's going to be a thing for another few days, so make sure to check out its page for some more information and some cool demos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MB1aUjdpWM Neurodeck Neurodeck is a difficult... Continue Reading →
The Steam Game Festival is here! This time it's the Autumn Edition, so strap on for a bunch of demos that I found intriguing! All in one post! Kind of! As you can see by the title of the post, there is going to be a second part and potentially a third part about the Steam... Continue Reading →
If you've seen "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids", "The Ant Bully", or "Antz", you might like the following title. In Obsidian Entertainment's "Grounded" you're playing as one of four kids, shrunk to the size of insects and other small critters. You get to roam a lawn, exploring vast grass-steam forests while scavenging and foraging for... Continue Reading →
Hyper Scape is apparently "the new shit". Though developed by Ubisoft, it seems to become rather popular as it introduces interesting mechanics to the BR-game genre. Here are my thoughts on it so far. It's a fast-take and less RNG-dependant take on the BR-genre and while I personally am not a fan of Ubisoft or... Continue Reading →
Mortal Shell is a deep action-RPG that tests your sanity and resilience in a shattered world. Your adversaries spare no mercy, with survival demanding superior awareness, precision, and instincts. Possess lost warriors, track down hidden sanctums of the devout, and face formidable foes. And well,... the Beta/Demo of it arrived not too long ago and... Continue Reading →
I've enjoyed my fair share of shop or tavern keeping simulations from Recettear to Moonlighter to Shoppe Keep 1 & 2, so it was a bit of a no-brainer for me that I'd try out the demo for Traveller's Rest. But what exactly is Traveller's Rest? In Traveller's Rest, you take charge of a rundown... Continue Reading →
Another interesting title that caught my eye during the Steam Game Festival (Summer Edition) was Cicle Interactive's "Automaton", which is planned to be released on August 3rd 2020! It's a Puzzle-Adventure set in a post-apocalyptic desert world where a small little robot ventures out in search for fuel. You explore abandoned bunkers, stations and other... Continue Reading →
Critters for Sale is… interesting. It's a weird and mesmerizing experience. I don't exactly know what drew me to it when I saw it on the demo page but without really knowing anything about it, I installed it and started it up only to find myself in some surreal ride full of events that I'm... Continue Reading →
Starmancer looked like the closest thing to any of the games that I'm usually enjoying and all the demos I've seen on the Steam Game Festival. It's getting published by Chucklefish which fits most of my favourite games… it's a strategy, base-building simulation game based in Space and you essentially play as a powerful A.I.... Continue Reading →
I used to be a waiter, as I previously mentioned a couple of times, and, well,… I wasn't all that great at it. I wasn't the fastest but I cared about my guests. Sometimes I wished I could have hit "space" and restarted, only to add some extra servos, wheels and hinges… maybe some blocks... Continue Reading →
Just the other day, I showed Ms Magi some games, including the demo of Streamline Games' "Bake 'n Switch". She found the style adorable and since it's a co-op game, I thought it might be a good time to try it out and see what's baking! The answer to that is bread. Lots of it!... Continue Reading →
Coming from a region where a lot of wine (primarily Riesling) is made, I thought that this one is a title that I HAVE TO TRY OUT. "Hundred Days" is "a game of choice, nostalgia and winemaking", which is honestly a perfect match for me. Broken Arms Games' title "Hundred Days" features different action-cards that... Continue Reading →
As a blogger who's kind of focused around indie games and new releases as well as reviews, I always am on the search for new titles that are coming up and worth checking out or writing about. Alas, the Steam Game Festival, Summer Edition, has been a great opportunity for me to do just that:... Continue Reading →
"It's the second week of the To The Moon Play-Along and alas we're getting right into Act 2!", is what I would have said if I wasn't late with this post. Alas, an explanation: I was not at home to play the game and therefore couldn't write a post on this prompt. I couldn't play... Continue Reading →
Ever participated in a Group-Reading-Event? Me neither! But Naithin borrowed the idea and planned out this Play-Along event so I thought I'd participate and also discover a cute new game… and this time around it's To The Moon! So, during last Tuesday's stream, we started off playing through the first Arc of To The Moon... Continue Reading →
It hasn't been too long since we posted about our last look at Ring of Pain and there's already been a new updated demo for it. The last version was V0.8.21 while this one (got updated today, again) is already at V0.8.36, featuring a complete stat-overhaul and some UI-improvements, item effect changes and other updates.... Continue Reading →
April's Humble Choice offered you the option of downloading a DRM-free demo of Ring of Pain (v0.8.21) if you signed up for the choice, so I not only got some nice games this month but also got to see how much the game changed ever since the demo I played last year in August! But... Continue Reading →
Valorant is the new thing and I've got a beta-key, woohoo.In this post, we'll talk about the latest release by our favourite Indie Game Studio, Riot Games! Only a few days ago, Riot released their take on the tactical shooter genre, Valorant, for PC in a Closed Beta. To get keys for that Beta, you... Continue Reading →