Games available on Steam in one form or another.
Some games just sneak up on you from the side and blow you away.
Poker Night 2 certainly did that with me.
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Some games are a strange mystery that take you on a journey you didn't entirely expect.
Analogue: A Hate Story is definitely one of those.
Tagged: 2012, Christine Love, demo available, Desura, indie, OS X, Steam, text adventure, Windows | 3 repliesContinue reading →
Some games just take their core premise a little too far.
Mystery PI: The Lottery Ticket... sounds like one of those.
Tagged: 2007, demo available, hidden object adventure, PopCap Games, SpinTop Games, Steam, Windows | 3 repliesContinue reading →
By now you'll have seen my general take on driving games: more arcade, less realistic, handles like a dream and just lets me go crazy.
And with a title like Monster Trucks Nitro, you'd assume it'd be awesome, right?
Tagged: 2009, demo available, driving, iOS, jump'n'run, OS X, RedLynx Ltd, Steam, Windows | No repliesContinue reading →
Sometimes I don't even bother reading the description of a game or watching trailer videos before I pick it up.
Super Puzzle Platformer Deluxe is one such game.
Tagged: 2013, Adult Swim Games, Andrew Morrish, demo available, jump'n'run, pixel art, Steam, Windows | 2 repliesContinue reading →
Last time we looked at a modern but retro styled game. There is a separate branch of games that are 'neo-retro', combining a fusion of old styling and newer styling.
PuppyGames offers such a game, in Titan Attacks.
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I'm always intrigued by games that build levels programmatically. And when they do so using my songs, I feel like I have some kind of input into the game.
AudioSurf claims to do this. Let's see if it does.
Tagged: 2008, audio seeding, demo available, driving, Dylan Fitterer, procedural generation, sci-fi, Steam, Windows | 1 replyContinue reading →
Some of the very best games are those that seem deceptively simple on the surface.
Hoard is very much that.
Tagged: 2011, Big Sandwich Games, demo available, Desura, fantasy, OS X, Steam, trimetric, twin-stick shooter, Windows | 5 repliesContinue reading →
There are some games that I'd never quite believed 1) they would exist and 2) I'd own any of them.
And yet, here we are. Agricultural Simulator 2011. I have no idea what is special about the Extended Edition.
Tagged: 2011, Actalogic, Mid-Month Mix-Up, real-time strategy, simulation, Steam, UIG, Windows | 1 replyContinue reading →
It isn't often that we look at games that started out life on IBM's OS/2. I miss OS/2 very occasionally.
But Galactic Civilizations did exactly that.
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