It’s no secret that Bannerlord was my most anticipated game for years. I definitely had a moment of disbelief when it was finally downloading on my computer. That amount of hype can be a bad thing. I’ve set myself up for disappointment in the past (I’m looking at you Spore!). So did Bannerlord disappoint me? No, yes and no again.
Unrailed falls into the same category as chaotic co-op games such as Overcooked, but the concept is incredibly unique. You must guide an increasingly faster train from station to station without letting it derail or crash. You accomplish this by cutting trees and mining rocks, both to clear a path and to use those resources to craft train tracks to forge the train’s route.
Graywalkers: Purgatory is an early access turn-based RPG available on Steam. Joseph Pugh conducted this review. If you enjoy my content, consider buying me a
There used to be several flash games called falling sand. They weren’t true games, they were closer to toys but they were still a ton of fun. They were physics-based and usually simulated various powders, liquids and gases and their effects on each other. Wood would burn, water would put out fires but the heat would turn it to steam for exampl
Surviving The Aftermath is a colony management and simulation game that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world. You manage a colony of colonists struggling to survive in the wake of a worldwide disaster. You will need to manage many different resources and make tough decisions to ensure your colony survives.
I’ve been playing Deep Rock Galactic off and on since its early access debut. I make an effort to hop in and play for a while after every major update and it has received several. The most recent one, titled The Horrors Of Hoxxes, expands the enemy variety and I decided it’s time for an early access look at this multiplayer co-op gem.
Volcanoids is an interesting concept, at a glance, it looks like a survival game, yet you won’t find any hunger or thirst bars here. If you die, you reload a save. Instead, it’s very much a progressive crafting game with a wonderful steampunk flavor, something I’d like to see more of in games.
Aground is a game that exceeded my expectations. The sheer amount of content vastly betrays its simplistic retro visuals. In fact, there is a whole lot about the game I don’t wish to spoil in this review as it would ruin some of the surprise. In any case, Aground also has a very generous Demo right on the developer’s website, or you can try the demo on Steam. (I’m not kidding, it has around 8 hours of content and you can transfer your saves.) I would advise every reader to check it out for themselves.
Driftland is a pretty unique take on the real-time strategy genre. It’s in early access and is currently lacking a campaign and multiplayer, both are coming soon and the Star Drifters do update the game pretty frequently, but the game doesn’t really feel incomplete either.
Meeple Station shares some similarities with RimWorld, which got my attention straight away. But Meeple Station is not a clone by any stretch of the imagination. You manage a station of Meeples, attempting to rein in as much profit as possible while keeping the crew happy and alive. Neither of which is easy to do.
Exotic matter is an open world adventure game by MoebiusGames. It is currently in early access and is available on Steam. Overview Exotic Matter takes the
Chef allows you to channel your inner Gordon Ramsay as you manage a restaurant. You start the game by creating your very own cute little chef, there are a decent amount of appearance options available to customize your doll like avatar with.
Aside from having a super cool company name, Shotgun With Glitters put Moss Destruction into early access back in September of 2018 and has been continually updating it ever since. Seriously though, that name. I went and chose Gideon’s Gaming for my site when I could have had something like that…so much regret…..