Femida is a trial simulator with an interesting political undercurrent, but it fails in execution (pun intended).
Through the Darkest of Times is a simulation of the everyday work of resisting fascism. Read on to find out if it’s fun or just educational.
Seeds of Resilience blends real-time survival strategy, classic city building, and themes of the fragility of the natural resources we depend upon. Read our full review.
Nothing wrecks a party like a giant floating alien posterior. Marena, Mango and Froger Delirium join forces to kick butt and take names.
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Tired of running a virtual farm? Try running a virtual graveyard in Graveyard Keeper, a dark simulation game.
There’s a party going on, and you just want some peace and quiet. What’s the best way to stop a party? Find out in our review of Party Hard 2!
Explore a vast new wilderness in Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles. Is this game as mystical as its title? Find out in our review!
Grab your tackle box and head up to Betty Lake in this ultimate fishing game review.
Wunderdoktor provides medical mayhem of a darkly comedic bent. Extract insect infestations and ghost infections. But is this game the cure for what ails or a case of video game malpractice? Read our full review.
What’s the best way to sell a cure? Invent the illness! Simultation/strategy game Evil Labs lets you do both. Read our Early Access preview.
Crafting? Check. Town building? Check. Race relations and trading? Check. Community Inc has what fans of the simulation genre are looking for.
A calming yet exciting cyberpunk journey into the future, with a dash of bitters on the rocks.
Sit back and enjoy your trip to Stardew Valley. Spend some time with the residents of Pelican Town, while you work on a farm inherited from your grandfather. Fish, forage and mine in this simulation RPG by ConcernedApe.
Reus is a handsome -looking god game from indie developer Abbey Games that is just as likely to engage a puzzler audience as it is Black and White ex-pats. Read the full review…