Tagged: steam

NYAF Review (Steam)

A funky, crazy Hidden Object Game that just feels good. Come have a good time in a warm and unique universe, with great art and music, bonus-games, and layers of secrets. Select between 8...

Tracks-The Train Set Game Review (Steam)

Jump into the ultimate toy sandbox and build the train set of your dreams! Create colorful railway systems, decorate beautiful towns, transport commuting passengers, and even ride your train in first-person. Pros: Nice Chunky...

Orwell’s Animal Farm Review (Steam)

Orwell’s Animal Farm is a text-based choice-driven narrative game where all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. Immerse yourself in George Orwell’s story of absolute power and corruption and...

Empire Of Sin Review (Steam)

Empire of Sin is a new strategy game brought to you by Romero Games and Paradox Interactive that puts you at the heart of the ruthless criminal underworld of 1920s Prohibition-era Chicago. Pros: Nice...

Wolcen Lords Of Mayhem Review (Steam)

A dynamic hack’n’slash with no class restrictions. Choose your path as you level-up and play your character the way you want! Explore this shattered and corrupted world to uncover its ancient secrets and hidden...

Noita Review (Steam)

Noita Review (Steam)

Noita is a magical action rogue-lite set in a world where every pixel is physically simulated. Fight, explore, melt, burn, freeze, and evaporate your way through the procedurally generated world using spells you’ve created...

Haven Review (Steam)

Two lovers gave up everything and escaped to a lost planet to be together. Glide through a mysterious landscape, explore a fragmented world and fight against what’s trying to tear them apart in this...

Morbid The Seven Acolytes Review (Steam)

Morbid: The Seven Acolytes is a Horrorpunk Action RPG filled with Lovecraftian horrors and Cronenbergian gore, making it the most gruesome take on the isometric Souls-like genre yet! Pros: Awesome pixel art graphics. 526MB...

Call Of The Sea Review (Steam)

Call Of The Sea Review (Steam)

Call of the Sea is an otherworldly tale of mystery and love set in the 1930s, South Pacific. Explore a lush island paradise, solve puzzles, and unlock secrets in the hunt for your husband’s...