Survival-crafting on humanity’s ancestral homeworld, or something like that, anyway.
Tag: early access
Fight your way through hordes of demon summoners in this retro-inspired FPS. Bloom is a simplistic, no-nonsense, “shoot everything that moves” kind of game and it works.
Beacon is one of the most satisfying top-down shooters to look at, and even though it doesn’t necessarily bring much new to the table, it is still a competent and fun game.
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You’re better off waiting until 2084 when this game is finished.
A very promising game that takes many pre-existing concepts in the roguelite genre, and puts it’s own unique spin on them to produce something truly different.
Big Day is an isometric shooter with a focus on loot where you play as Pancho, just another random guy caught in the middle of yet another zombie outbreak whose only goal is to be reunited with his daughter.
After around seven years of development, a successful Kickstarter campaign, and even a name change, MoonQuest has finally arrived on Steam.
A charming point and click adventure title that goes out of its way to respect the player and tell an interesting story over trying to force the jokes. Well worth grabbing before the post-release price rise.
To Hell with Hell is yet another roguelite that has recently arrived in Steam’s Early Access program, but does it offer anything new that other games in the genre do not?