Endzone, a game that does nothing perfect but still feels like a pretty good game.
Anything but ultimate, barely an Early Access successor to the splendidly majestic old school roguelike, ADOM – Ancient Domains of Mystery.
A 9-year old girl and her robot sidekick are on a mission to turn the cyberpunk world they live in upside down.
Larry Laffer returns as he continues to chase after the love of his life (or so he believes) after discovering that she’s not quite as dead as he’d assumed.
Endzone – A World Apart is a post-apocalyptic city-builder with a heavy focus on survival. Although it suffers from pacing issues and underdeveloped systems, it’s well worth playing in its current state.
When the store page said it develops into a dark drama, I did not imagine this.