You can never have too many city builders and Imagine Earth scratches the familiar itch without shaking things up too much.
A sci-fi adventure that scratches the Myst itch, if only for a short time.
Trek across the galaxy while controlling an armada of drones.
“Call that thing a starship? My smallest larvae could have made it in craft class!”
A visual novel that takes us on a dangerous mission in space
Weird and wonderful creatures and an interesting colour palette are a good start, but there needs to be more than that.
Another great and gripping sci-fi story about a highly probable dystopian future to add to your list.
While a bit clunky in places, Gearstorm has solid foundations for a large-scale survival game, and it’s already pretty addictive.
A psychological science-fiction adventure game that shows promise, but is currently hindered by bugs, awkward game mechanics, and some questionable storytelling.
Style over substance was a great motto for the world of Cyberpunk 2020. It doesn’t work so well as a game design decision.