Clearly inspired by the classics of the 2D sandbox RPGs, RE:OZMA sports some interesting features but has a long way to go if it hopes to compete with the genre’s heavyweights.
The third episode of Song of Horror doesn’t provide the same thrill as we’ve come to expect from the first two, but at least technical issues didn’t rear their ugly head this time.
Norse mythology is found in a new combination with several unexpected concepts to create a new and thrilling setting for this stealth-based horror title.
Rule your people from their humble beginning as a primitive tribe to an advanced nation in this civilization-building strategy title, flawlessly adapted from the popular tabletop game to the PC.
Return to the world of Song of Horror for its second chapter as it brings in some interesting new ideas, but doesn’t quite live up to the first episode’s nearly flawless experience.
Save the world of the Yondering Lands from catastrophe with your growing party of legendary heroes who improve, adapt, and retire in old age in this narrative and procedurally generated, tactical roleplaying game.
The perfect excuse to start up a new facility in Prison Architect, Psych Ward offers a few new toys for you to play with at a decent price, but don’t go into it expecting a vastly expanded game.
A new take on the ant colony simulator, AntQueen 3D is rough around the edges, but with some work, it may become the gold standard for its theme.
Take a stroll through ten miles of zombie-infested chaos as you escape the fate of your neighbors in this procedurally-generated action-RPG.
Run your own tavern and learn more about the history of The Village and its residents in Graveyard Keeper’s first DLC.