This is a strategy tower defense game, you must protect seven rows against monsters by putting soldiers in each row. The player must choose between buying defensive structures, attack soldiers, or mining. As the game progresses, special and aid units are unlocked, also the enemies are upgraded in their variety. It is a very entertaining game where you do not pay to win, it does not require internet, it is not too long (infinite), it is complete and contains unlockable elements.

History: A war between the north and south zones forced all retired soldiers to return to service, Colonel Steve among them. Steve has a special mission within his own territory, and this is to recover the containers from laboratory 3. This would be a simple mission if it weren’t for the fact that he must confront the biological weapons that the enemy used in the city and the scarce resources assigned to him. Will he be able to overcome all obstacles? It depends on you.

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Epidemyc on Steam




A rare planetary alignment has transpired in the universe. The deep sea needs your help pulling Mother Ocean from her depression spiral for the water ritual to be complete. You must collect and deliver life energy pearls to the Nucleoid Portal to awaken her. You’ll receive mysterious messages, learn how to astral project and meditate with consciousness warriors as you navigate a fantastic deep sea world full of weird, alien underwater creatures. Will you be around long enough to experience universal oneness?

Read More: Best 2.5D Open World Games.

Oceanarium on Steam

The Feeble Files

The Feeble Files

I played about an hour and already got some real laugh,voice acting just great along with smooth animations and colorful detailed backgrounds.

Please note: being depressed is a violation of Directives 2 3 772 and probably loads of others as well.

Since this game runs under ScummVM,use:

ctrl+alt+s to switch stretch mode,

or hit ctrl+f5 return to launcher edit game graphics there it can be set perma. also check fullscreen mode

AdvMAME2x under graphics mode - makes picture a bit smoother and without blur

Real player with 25.9 hrs in game

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This is a absolute MUST HAVE! Specially if you like other point and click adventures, from Monkey Island, to Day of the Tentacle, to Simon the Sorcerer, over to Kings Quest and so on ^^

The Feeble files in particulary is one of my best childhood memories in gaming. I love to feel this nostalgia.

Kinda funny tho, i just bought a Valve Index to play VR, now i want to play all the good old games.

Big thanks to the Devs/Publishers for bringing it up to steam after so many years. Much appreciated :)

Real player with 8.4 hrs in game

The Feeble Files on Steam

Going the Distance

Going the Distance

This is a fun launcher game that is super relaxing and has nothing bad going on at all. Good gameplay, very nice story and characters as well.

I would suggest playing this game if your into horror or launcing games. Though to be aware does start slow, though it picks up super quickly in later levels.

Real player with 31.4 hrs in game

FULL playthrough here (not on story(easy) mode once it uploads): https://youtu.be/SpLKHxlZ4Kc

This game is hard, but the story is amazing and it’s a ton of fun. I definitely didn’t see the game going how it did, but I loved every second of the main story. I will say I believe some of the items on the 2nd stage are impossible to get (mainly pothole 7, possibly 8 I couldn’t even find the thing in pothole 8 7 I just couldn’t possibly get to the left far enough while falling unless there’s a mechanic with the rover that’s not explained. Honestly this was worth every cent of $4.99 The visuals are amazing the play is fun even though grindy as a mf and i hate the blimp stage they’re so long. ACHIEVEMENTS DO NOT WORK AT ALL I beat the whole game and I’m 0 out of 35 which is a complete shame. If you want an amazing game though buy this. Now I have to go take my exam after playing this game for 13 hours straight and not studying adult choices xD. It was a struggle, but I went the distance (insert Cake song).

Real player with 12.9 hrs in game

Going the Distance on Steam

The Resolve

The Resolve

A Procedurally Generated, Idle Clicker, City Builder!

The Resolve is a new take on idle clickers, for players who want just a little more interaction with their game but still holding the core values instilled by idle clickers. Let your imagination run wild and enjoy the relaxation that will flow through you.

** Features **

  • City Customisation - Create your perfect world

  • Relaxing Sound Track - Perfect after a long stressful day

  • Building Customisation - Design the interiors of the buildings to increases your economy or comfort

  • Hidden Challenges - Can you find them all?

  • Procedurally Generated - Never ending? Yes

Developed by : Rus K

The Resolve on Steam

Kismet Tapestry

Kismet Tapestry

spoilers, not that it’ll mean much

i can confidently say that whatever you expect from this game- you wont get. it opens with 2 minutes of footage of an expedition in the arctic accompanied with what i would describe as music for people who like the sound of nails on a chalkboard (which certainly spices up the footage, if a bit loud). after this we cut to some of the dryest turnbased rpg gameplay ive ever experienced with 2.5D controls so bad it made my head hurt. why make a game 2.5D with grid movement? why only slimes? it took me 5 minutes to figure out the controls.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

The intro just freezes and I can’t enter the game.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Kismet Tapestry on Steam



Doesn’t load youtube vid; Doesn’t load local mp3; Just doesn’t work.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Musicle on Steam



For those of you who might be considering buying this as a Fallout-like game set in a post-apoc South Africa..don’t. While it may appear otherwise at first its entirely a point and click adventure game that while fun has little in common with Fallout. Combat is limited to a handful of incidents, always involves some sort of proxy, and outside of a single instance is purely optional. Something that can be missed if your not careful along with the bits it unlocks.

Now for the unpleasant bit.

! I really wanted to like this game, I really did. I found the setting charming, its NPCs well rounded, and the story had me hooked…right up until the literal last minutes of the game. When you finally talk with Darius after realizing (something I suspected since the start) that you were playing out a pre-written prophecy jotted down by an entity who does not see time as a straight line.

Real player with 22.2 hrs in game

Wakanda place is this?

Move aside Afrofuturism, District 9, Black Panther, Elysium, Chappie and all you other African takes on sci-fi, because one thing’s for sure… I can easily tell you that I’ve never seen anything quite like the world of Beautiful Desolation.

If you are South African like me, then you must already know that you’re gonna experience it in a slightly different way to the rest of the world and may get a kick out of various elements that feel familiar to home. Beautiful Desolation is without a doubt, a whole new bag of Simba chips. It launches you into a future so far ahead that the South Africa you might know (and the people who lived there) are completely unrecognisable. The more this story of crazy futures and prophecies unfolds, the more interesting it becomes.

Real player with 22.1 hrs in game


Deer & Boy

Deer & Boy

Deer & Boy is a poetic cinematic platformer where you follow the journey of a boy who, after a tragic event, decides to escape his own fate of reality.

In this runaway, he will meet a fawn and eventually tame it.

The animal will gradually grow throughout the story and will become an essential and protective companion.

This deer will help the boy to find the strength to rebuild himself and finally emerge grown up from this experience.

Solve puzzles and avoid enemies standing in your way.

Deer & Boy on Steam



First impression: It has flesh-eating bugs (instead of rats like in Plague Tale) to oversized Gollum and a pyramid-shaped Tet that zaps you into “Oblivion” (movie with the same name)

Well, I’m kinda fond of the atmospheric, minimalistic game that’s has a puzzle/maze element and this one makes no exception. However, this particular puzzle-platformer has a lot to desire compared with other similar games I played before. Visually, Stela is a striking atmospheric game in a side-scrolling format but technically it’s low-poly though enough care has been put into the visuals and environments where they all feel alive.

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

B-E-A-UTIFUL! That was the first thing that sprang to mind when I delved into STELA.

From the barren wastelands of fields to the cold and desolate snow-swept landscapes, STELA is absolutely caked in artistic imagery. Everything is designed with a keen eye and attention to detail.

This is particularly important as, much like games such as Limbo and Inside (which this game will no doubt draw comparisons to) there is no dialogue to tell the story. Much of what you gleam of this tale is from the images presented to you. Without spoiling anything, much of what this story entails is told from pillars found throughout the game.

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

Stela on Steam