The King in the Shades by sp1r1t_d1tch_creations, is an old-school survival horror game inspired by Silent Hill. Read more…
Discover the pixel art marvel that defies expectations: Doomsday Hunters by Moregames. Embracing chaos and explosive action, this isometric twin-stick shooter Rogue-like stands out in a crowded genre. With its 90s cartoon aesthetic, unpredictable level layouts, and over 1200 unlockable gear options, this game beckons you to revel in its glorious mayhem. Engage in risk-taking gameplay, blow things up, and conquer hostile aliens in a world that’s as beautifully stunning as it is delightfully chaotic.
Goosey Guess is a laid-back simulation game about guessing how many objects are within containers. Read more…
Amnesia: The Bunker injects new life into Frictional Games’s influential horror series thanks to a novel setting and interesting mechanics.
Timberborn is shaping up to be a charming and accessible city-builder, populated by everyone’s favorite buck-toothed aquatic mammals.
Alterium Shift is a well-executed love letter to SNES-era JRPGs. Find out what makes it so charming in our Early Access preview.
Discover the top games showcased at Steam Next Fest June 2023, including Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew, En Garde!, and Fortune’s Run. Read more!
Harmony: The Fall of Reverie is a gorgeous and thoughtful visual novel that keeps you engaged even when the plot loses itself.
Station to Station by Galaxy Grove, is an enjoyably simple simulation game about connecting stations to other stations. Read more…
DOOMBLADE is a gorgeous, action-packed Metroidvania with a fascinating combat system and some unfortunately-balanced difficulty.
Nocturnal delivers side-scrolling combat and thoughtful puzzle design in a moody, dark fantasy setting. Read our complete review.
Landline is a Hitchcockian puzzler built on a novel idea that is unfortunately too fiddly and vague to stand amongst its peers.
Covenant: Project Zero is a space opera adventure, currently in Early Access, that recalls the wild-west-in-space mood of shows like Firefly.
Floating Islands of Nucifera combines JRPG combat with shop management, but is its airship steampunk setting ready to fly away? Read on…
HROT combines classic, ’90s-style first-person shooting with an imposing Soviet-era art style for an essential experience for FPS fans.