Firewatch tells an interesting story in a unique setting, brought to life with fantastic voice acting. It’s a couple of years old now, but still well worth a look.
Push trees onto goblins, use a stunned troll as cover while you kill its friends, set spiders on fire and watch them burn down a forest, and laugh at lots of silly jokes!
Bursting at the seams with silly jokes, black humour, and outstanding graphics, Breathedge is a comedic science fiction game that’s worth a look while it makes its way through Early Access.
Boundless presents players with a huge voxel sandbox in a solar system full of planets to explore and colonise — very slowly, and with lots of bugs.
Outpost Zero is yet another Early Access survival-crafting game. It looks lovely, but unfortunately doesn’t (yet) play that well.
The great setting and graphics and excellent control systems could have been used to make a fantastic EVA simulator, rather than a slightly disappointing action game.
Moss is like a fantasy storybook come to life and turned into an action/puzzle platformer. It’s also exceedingly beautiful.
Barbearian is an enjoyable and frantic hack-and-slash romp. You’ll need reflexes, determination, and a good sense of humour.
ValeGuard is a mix of city builder, tower defence, and RTS combat. It has some nice ideas, but ultimately falls a bit flat.
Reuse as a coding principle is commendable, but too much reuse in a SRPG makes City of the Shroud a rather dull game indeed.