Hearts 3D Premium

Hearts 3D Premium

Realistic 3D Hearts simulation with singleplayer, multiplayer and tutorial. With configurable AI strength and many adjustable rule and game variants you can start exciting Hearts games - or just play for fun.

Compete with tricky computer opponents, or play relaxing rounds with friends or family in online mode!

Game environment, cards, rule variants and much more can be customized! For beginners, there is an animated tutorial in which Hearts is explained step-by-step with all the rules.


  • Singleplayer mode with configurable opponent

  • Many new rule variations of Hearts with up to 6 players

  • Multiplayer mode with LAN or Online mode

  • High Quality full animated 3D graphics

  • Lots of tables, rooms and decks

  • High-performance A.I.: different levels of difficulty

  • Voice output and sound

  • Highscore lists

  • HD widescreen output

  • Tutorial, detailed game instructions and help

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Hearts 3D Premium on Steam

Warriors of the Nile 2

Warriors of the Nile 2

Warriors of the Nile are back!

Building up on the original version’s [Turn-based Strategy+Roguelite] framework, in Warriors of the Nile 2 you will once again experience iconic fast-paced, exhilarating combat. This time, you will lead warriors blessed by Egyptian gods and fight against the invading Roman army.

Choose your adventure route. Strategize and make preparations amidst ever-changing stage conditions, then move with precision as you fire away. Create a unique skill build by choosing from an array of skill tablets.

What’s different from the original version is, in the new Warriors of the Nile squad, each character possesses a trademark skillset. Not only have attack modes changed, but the new feature-packed individual system will bring an all-new dynamic into the game.

Choose a suitable skillset tablet for you, be it making a clean sweep at the battlefield, using multi-phased attacks and chain attacks to break through enemy lines, or using charge attack leaps to take out the back row……

Awaken the gods' blessings at key moments to unleash Miracle and turn the tides in your favor!

  • Explore ruins, visit merchants, and challenge the arena in adventure mode;

  • Light up carvings to gain more battle bonuses;

  • Build a capital and restore the glory of pharaohs past;

  • Level up your warriors to unlock new tablets and equipment.

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Warriors of the Nile 2 on Steam

Synergy of Serra

Synergy of Serra

Synergy of Serra shapes a new game genre, merging classic Strategy Card Games with the infinite game experience possibilities of Deckbuilder Card Games.

Play-to-Earn: Start for free with 90 unique cards, full access to all features, and be rewarded by winning seasonal ranked games.

Skill-To-Win: There used to be hardcore games, now again!

Infinite Game Experience: Your card deck and strategy evolve and change every turn through deckbuilding mechanics resulting in endless unique battles.

Trading Experiences: Trade and exchange all in-game assets for real money through true ownership on the blockchain.

No Entry Barrier: Your grandma is playing it already! No wallets, no plugins, no fees required.

Join the six factions of biologic and mechanic creatures in the defense of the planet Serra from an alien threat. Become the leading commander of Serra!

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Synergy of Serra on Steam

Classic Card Games 3D

Classic Card Games 3D


01/27/2021 - The developer e-mailed me and asked for the savegame files with the bugs, which I just e-mailed them.

01/22/2021 - I like the game in general. I play mostly Rummy, which is buggy and either hangs the game or makes it unplayable probably 1/40 hands. Typically when the issue occurs it’s when I trade a card for a joker or when I pick up a card from the either talon. It won’t register the trade or pickup correctly, forcing me to exit the game and restart it. Saving the game and reloading it will still have the bug in it. Based on the age of the game and company releasing other games, I suspect that they are probably no longer working on this one/fixing bugs, but if I’m wrong, I can certainly provide one of my save files with the bug to the developer if they request it.

Real player with 869.6 hrs in game

The game works fine on my computer, 1920 x 1200, but on the wifes laptop, 1600 x 900, which is easily capable,as soon as the title page starts to vanish to go to the game screen, it crashes back to steam main page.

I’ve tried several tricks to get around this problem, to no avail. Is anyone else suffering this drawback. The wife really likes the game, but she can only play on MY computer. Could be a bigger problem.

Real player with 478.7 hrs in game

Classic Card Games 3D on Steam

Rento Fortune VR

Rento Fortune VR

The game is great but it has 1-2 minor glitches.

I like how it moves you in jail (literally), but you can walk oof of it.

Overall the game is great, even in Early Access. I recommend it

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

A few control issues with building up housing banks, and jumping around on teleport can be difficult. A center reset wouldn’t be difficult, and would solve the issue.

Not an all in VR port, everything is done with clicks. That’ll disapoint the purists, but keeps it simple for those that can’t get to grips with the complexity of Table Top Sim’s controls.

The game is nicely scaled, big bright board. A good selection of custome options, and has full multiplayer cross platform play with mobile devices leaving you with no shortage of games.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Rento Fortune VR on Steam

Warriors of the Nile

Warriors of the Nile

I saw Celerity play this game on one of his streams and it looked fun. I’ve never played Into the Breach, but I do like Slay the Spire, Monster Train and other turn-based strategy games so I thought I’d give this a shot.

I will say, this game has an extremely steep learning curve. The mechanics themselves are pretty simple, however you will probably die a ton to boss fights in particular, mainly because summon effects are not properly explained. The scorpion boss in act 2 and the lion boss in act 1 are the most egregious examples of this. It would be nice to have a tooltip somewhere that showed what units were spawned when a unit dies.

Real player with 45.9 hrs in game

Game was fun for the first few hours, but becomes extremely repetitive, because players are forced to restart the entire campaign (27 levels) every time they lose a level. This is not a bad feature for a hardcore game for the hardcore gamers, but considering that this is basically a mobile style turn-based tactical strategy game costing $13 (minus the pay-to-win gimmicks), the game is a bit simplistic and repetitive to force players to do Iron Man mode as the only mode.

RNG is the real determining factor in this game as well. You are guaranteed to fail on a run depending on what “upgrade tablets” appear for you to choose from, as well as certain units. The was 1 run I made where I got about 1/3 of my characters' upgrades to be Epic & Legendary ones, and another where I got to level 15 with only commons ones to choose from for each of the 3 characters for example.

Real player with 34.6 hrs in game

Warriors of the Nile on Steam



I have a premium subscription to Tabletopia. Based on several games over the past few weeks, I can say that this product is a great sandbox for playing Tabletop games. That said, I’ll point out some caveats.

The community is generally positive though a bit too small to have games running 24/7/365. It’s hard to find a game or players. That said, they do have organized events for teaching and playing games and are expanding the roster of teachers/organizers. Also, after the game reaches final release; more players will be able to be available. Game discussions are generally positive and feedback is welcomed.

Real player with 185.9 hrs in game

This game is nice because its free however it doesn’t even hold a flame to Tabletop Simulator. This game has some games I have yet to see on Tabletop like S.C.A.R.E. Tactics however this games paywall is painful to say the least. This game contains DLC like Tabletop does but this game also has a subscription system. A vast amount of games are limited in some way because of the need for a subscription. An great example would be Sub Terra. It used to be completely free. Now they added expansions and made it DLC. That isn’t really a problem however they also put the base of the game which was free behind a pay wall. Previously me and 3 other friends would play for free now its only free if you do 2 player coop. Issue with that is if you select 2p coop instead of 1-4 players it restricts your survivor options to only 4 cards instead of all 8 options.

Real player with 113.9 hrs in game

Tabletopia on Steam