Dwarven Skykeep takes base-building into the deckbuilding genre and adds its own unique spin to these genres.
Hop through the gate, into the dungeon and fight Gobballs and other monsters in a Wakfu-inspired Roguelike-Deckbuilder!
Magic Axolotl is a fantastic title that you gotta try out!
No Place for Bravery is a story about obsession and suffering. Will you see it through to save your daughter?
Whateverland makes you really question where Vincent is trapped in this game or whether the game is trapping the player.
Tinykin is fantastic and while it may not be a new Pikmin game, it certainly is a great title for fans of exploration and platforming!
When I started my first cult, I didn't think I'd need to clean up this much poop. Here's my review on Cult of the Lamb!
Take charge of the last living warriors in this tactical, turn-based RPG and save Tyberia from the hordes of Undead!
It's 3600 CE. Humanity tries to live in harmony with nature and you as a player embark on a journey for your rite of passage.
Cartel Tycoon lets you become a "capo" erecting a drug emporium, making "tata" proud in the process!
Little Noah is a casual and very beginner-friendly yet satisfying Action-Roguelite where you summon champions to fight for you!
Floppy Knights is an incredibly adorable and approachable turn-based tactics game with deckbuilding aspects that you gotta check out!
TNgineers' APICO is a well-designed beekeeping sim that actively supports beesaving charities around the world!
I fell in love with this game called Peglin, the pachinko-based roguelike sensation that is taking Steam by a storm - and rightfully so!
In space, tech support can't hear you scream - but if you're stuck, you can at least ask the Tin Can discord team for help, apparently.
Sea Horizon is a turn-based RPG with roguelike mechanics and dice-based combat that just launched in Early Access! It's a bit rough around the edges but overall an incredibly fun experience for strategy and roguelike enthusiasts alike.
The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe is an amazing sequel to the 2013 classic and I implore you to not read any reviews on it, to enjoy it as much as possible!
Beholder 3 gives me goosebumps as I follow one order from another before I realise what I'm actually doing and it's amazing how "easy" it is to not question anything.
Himno: The Silent Melody combines sandbox and roguelite mechanics into an intriguing game with a lot of potential. It may get challenging but it's still a lot of fun. Check out my review here!
Stacklands combines elements from two titles I really adore into one addicting game-formula that is simple yet satisfying!
After being abandoned in an anomaly zone in Siberia, you need to survive the cold, the scarcity of resources, and whatever is lurking in the shadows over there. Expedition Zero has an interesting premise but does it hold up to it after all?
ANNO: Mutationem presents you a complex, dark and at times even bizarre cyberpunk-story with supernatural elements, paired with a beautiful art style and incredibly satisfying combat!
Today's review is on a tool that I use for EVERY post of mine: Grammarly! Hence, I'll tell you today why Grammarly is so great and why I use it!
Being trapped underground sounds horrible but it's actually quite... cosy? And fun? And Core Keeper is amazing. Here's my review!
Dive deep into the darkness of underground caves removed from the world and explore an ethereal and serene world. Onde is a beautiful game that you really gotta check out!