Moontrain Review - To the Stars

Moontrain is a mysterious melange of mini-games, mouse-men, and more. Put on your conductor’s hat, hop aboard, and read our full review.

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Review - FAR: Lone Sails

FAR: Lone Sails is an interpretive experience that’s all about the journey – in this case, the journey of a train-driven land ship – rather than the destination. Read our complete review…all aboard!

Review - Vaporum

Explore a steampunk maze full of terrifying enemies in Vaporum, an eye-catching, unique grid-based dungeon crawler.

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Review - Steam Squad

Steam Squad offers a mostly whimsy-free steampunk take on the Great War. Get into the trenches with us and read our full review.

Review: Crazy Steam Bros 2

Crazy Steam Bros 2 is a steampunk, shoot ’em up game by Ars Creativa. It has the foundation of a good game, but unfortunately it falls short. Read our full review…

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Review: Air Buccaneers

Air Buccaneers from indie developer Ludocraft Ltd. pushes the emerging aerial dirigible combat genre forward, this time featuring Vikings! Read the full review of Steam’s latest Greenlight voted game…


Review: Guns of Icarus Online

Developed in Unity by Muse Games, Guns of Icarus Online is the multiplayer version of their original release by the same name. How do these raucous dirigible-battles fare in PvP? Read the full review…

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VIDEO: Ironclad Tactics

Ironclad Tactics is a real-time, card-based tactics game set in an alternate history Civil War – with steam-powered military robots – check out this first look at gameplay video and interview with lead developer Zach Barth

Review: Misfortune - BETA

Misfortune is a Steampunk RPG from independent game developers Loadingames completely drawn by a children’s book illustrator. Read the review of the beta we played…

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Review: Machinarium

Amanita Design, creators of Samarost and Samarost 2 have released their latest title. Machinarium is an all new adventure, making use of the same point-and-click mechanics, but taking place in a metropolis inhabited by robots. Read the IGR review.