I found QUESTR to be very entertaining. It is not much as a game, but what it lacks in gaming substance it makes up in content.

You start by inviting people to join your quest party. Many of the people lie on their profiles and some characters hate your other members so much that they quit right away.

Every quest has multiple events in which you need to select one characters idea how to solve them. For example you encounter a vampire. Will you send a) the Vegan to talk to him about being vegan b) the drunk to talk about drinking c) or the bro who says he got this as he had to watch vampire movies with his ex. Results might not be what you expect.

Real player with 29.8 hrs in game

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Questr is an RPG parody of dating apps similar to Tinder.

In a similar fashion, you swipe left and right to build the perfect RPG team. Every potential party member has likes and dislikes, levels, costs to hire, and personality traits as well as their own class, guild, and ancestry.

Personality traits determine the outcome of encounters throughout each quest. Beating an encounter raises morale, while failing lowers it. Party members also interact with one another between encounters, further raising or lowering morale depending on how well personality types get along and whether or not you paid attention to likes and dislikes. At the end of a quest, the morale level determines if you successfully complete it, giving you a reward and the possibility of having party members continue to quest with you.

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Questr on Steam

Choice of Life: Middle Ages 2

Choice of Life: Middle Ages 2

How to rule wisely and prevent rebellion?

Where to find faithful companions?

How to survive in a fabulous kingdom full of dangers? In the card game Choice of Life: Middle Ages 2, you have to weigh every decision not to die ahead of time! Explore the kingdom from the snowy forests of the north to the endless fields of the south and meet its inhabitants. Rule graciously but firmly, deal with traitors, and do not confuse friends with enemies. Become a great ruler or perish in the annals of history!

Key features:

  • Colorful 2D graphics, hundreds of different cards

  • Non-linear storyline where each choice has unique consequences

  • Over a thousand events and 99 ways to die

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Choice of Life: Middle Ages 2 on Steam

Choice of Life: New Centurion

Choice of Life: New Centurion

Choice of life: New Centurion is a neo-noir detective card game.

The city is bogged down in the dope of azure. The authorities and the defenders of order cannot cope with the flow of a new psychotropic substance pouring into the streets of St. Petersburg.

Who will you become in this troubled time? A champion of the law, restoring justice, or a ruthless avenger who stained his hands with blood?

Decide the fate of the characters on the streets of St. Petersburg. Take a walk along the world-famous avenues, plunge into the luxury of the imperial capital, or descend into the gray outskirts, communal apartments, and gateways.

Investigate, take revenge on your enemies, carry out special operations, weave intrigues, fall in love, have fun … and stop Azure!


  • Stylish graphics, a huge set of cards

  • Mysterious atmosphere of St. Petersburg of the future

  • Various gameplay mechanics: from detective investigation to action

  • Non-linear storyline and multiple endings

  • Unique characters with their gameplay

  • The story is based on the graphic novel New Centurion: Azure

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Choice of Life: New Centurion on Steam

ARISEN - Chronicles of Var’Nagal

ARISEN - Chronicles of Var’Nagal

I like this game so far. Don’t get me wrong it is still early access and their are missing text on some parts, but I am entranced by the story lines and who I want to be with

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

If you spam-skip the game has a stroke.

Real player with 5.5 hrs in game

ARISEN - Chronicles of Var'Nagal on Steam

Choice of Life: Middle Ages

Choice of Life: Middle Ages

### 𝒹𝒾𝒻𝒻𝒾𝒸𝓊𝓁𝓉𝓎

[] the easiest thing ever

[] easy

[] medium

[] hard

[] extremely hard

[] how the heck do you beat this-


The concept of the game is easy. Clicking cards ,but earning all of the achievements and trying not to fail is the hard part. I the game you have to make choices which either let you live your life and complete that chapter, or make you lose a heart. Once you lose all of your hearts you are forced to restart the chapter.


*– [Real player with 5.5 hrs in game](*

☼ Graphics ☼

☐ Bad

☑ Alright

☐ Good

☐ Beautiful

☐ Fantastic

☠︎ Difficulty ☠︎

☐ Easy

☑ Average

☐ Hard

☐ Unfair

§ Bugs §

☐ Bugs destroy the game

☐ Lots of bugs

☐ Few Bugs

☑ Nothing encountered

☯ Story ☯

☐ There is none

☐ Bad

☑ Alright

☐ Good

☐ Fantastic

⚔ Gameplay ⚔

☐ Frustrating

☐ Boring

☑ Alright

☐ Fun

☐ Challenging


۞ Game time / Length ۞

☑ Really short (0 - 3 hours)

☐ Short (4 - 8 hours)

☐ Average (10 - 20 hours)

☐ Long (40-60 hours)

☐ Very Long (61-100 hours)

☐ Extremely Long (101+ hours)

*– [Real player with 4.4 hrs in game](*


![Mother of All Secrets]( "")

## Mother of All Secrets

**Mother of All Secrets** is an RPG full of occult mysteries, investigations, and intrigue. Become a young ward at an old and remote orphanage. Live your new life for fourteen days as the enigmatic masters of the House prepare you and your mates for the impending visit of the mysterious Guest.

The House's walls conceal a small world of stories, plans, and conspiracies. Every hour is fateful here. Decide where to go, what events to participate in, which goals to pursue, and who you should influence. Will you be ready to learn the ultimate truth on the last night of your stay at the House?

#### A Living Breathing House

Become a part of the close-knit community of the orphanage. Other wards, your teachers, caretakers, and even the family of House owners — behind every living soul, there are goals, plans, and desires. With every hour, individual plots progress, secrets unfold, and choices are made that alter the House forever.


#### Your Own Story

Create your own character and live out a unique story — only you decide how to spend each and every hour. Go about uncovering the asylum's secrets however you like. Make friends or enemies at your own discretion. Explore the darkest and most dangerous corners of the House. Unravel other people's schemes and draw up your own plans. Obey or risk breaking the cryptic rules that govern the orphanage and face the consequences. What will you do with your freedom of choice?


#### High Stakes

Perform actions in every scene by playing cards. These cards determine your character's skills, items, and even relationships. Different cards allow you to influence others, gain an upper hand during encounters, apply the knowledge and traits you have acquired, or push the narrative towards the desired outcome. Remember that other characters possess their own set of cards which they can play against you! Study the abilities and intentions of others before reshuffling their decks and transforming their personalities. How will you play your hand?



![Cards of the Dead]( "")

## Cards of the Dead

At first the game felt fine…and then it becomes clear that the only way you can progress is by brute-forcing it. There's no strategy, there's no cleverly using character abilities. It's just sheer dumb luck and the deck is massively stacked against you. It didn't become apparent until after the 2 hour mark, and the second story is absolutely infuriating in how badly it is designed in regards to gameplay. REQUIRING SERUM TO USE A GUN THAT YOU HAND OUT LIKE CANDY IS BAD WHEN YOU HAVE TO USE THAT TO SURVIVE.

*– [Real player with 9.9 hrs in game](*

The rules are simple, survive.

That being said, the game is really difficult. But, there's pretty frequent auto-saves to help you along. If you enjoy RPG's and are willing to play a card-game variant, give it a go. I've enjoyed it so far.

After an additional 5 hours, I can say that the game is still difficult. It's a lot of trial and error, which I can appreciate as you're really learning how to play as you go. I've just beaten the game and am only missing the 100% completion achievements, so that's probably another hour or so, but overall, the game's decently short. Personally, I'd recommend the game as it's priced, especially for all those that love Indie games, but on sale, it's definitely worth it!

*– [Real player with 6.4 hrs in game](*


![Tales of Farhollow]( "")

## Tales of Farhollow

Solid game play, interesting concept. Favorite class Archer, best score so far 165! Hopefully can get a run where I beat the bandits. Provides several hours of entertainment. Also I like song.

*– [Real player with 4.9 hrs in game](*

Extremely fun and challenging game that is all about balancing your stats to remain alive. Additional classes are unlocked through completing tough achievements and not just handed out to you. The end goal of defeating the bandits is difficult but if planned out getting buffs can be done. The classes each provide different options to complete different events. Strategic use of money and food dumps will need to be used or you will die.

*– [Real player with 2.7 hrs in game](*


![InfiniteCorp: Cyberpunk Story]( "")

## InfiniteCorp: Cyberpunk Story

It’s your first day on the job working for the Mercat Commerce Inc. Which happens to be the largest trade and service corporation in the world. You find your office, sit down at work terminal, login and there’s an email waiting for you from your boss welcoming you. He explains that you’re the manager, one of many the Human Resources team has hired recently. It seems they keep hiring the cheapest rookies and because of this they do not last very long, hopefully you’ll prove to them you’re worth far more. Your job is to make business decisions using your terminal, swipe left for No and right for Yes.

*– [Real player with 2.3 hrs in game](*




Note: More of a puzzle than a card game.

### **TL:DR**

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A simple game in which you are presented by a continuous flow of events to which you respond in one of two ways: which either decreases or increases one or more of the 6 key stats (5 "factions" plus the "board" stat). The goal is balancing each stat as if one drops low enough, the game ends. Those that played Reigns should be familiar with the system and might enjoy a simpler cyberpunk version of it.

*– [Real player with 1.3 hrs in game](*


![Reigns]( "")

## Reigns

I didn't really know what to expect from Reigns… at first glance during the summer sale (but ended up paying full price) it looked like a novel game mechanic, with just enough silliness to be worth the miniscule asking price of £1.99\.

It looked like something I would:

Be able to dip into occasionally for giggles

Be able to walk away from without feeling cheated on a run session

Feel I got reasonable value for my purchase without a huge commitment

But I really didn't expect it would deliver that much.

*– [Real player with 23.9 hrs in game](*

Your choices matter in this game. Results may be unpredictable and there is no guarantee of satisfaction or success but the game itself entices you to keep coming back for more in hopes of finding all characters/deaths/endings/secrets/cards as each playthrough is unique with thousands of cards available to be shown.

Actual gameplay is very simple and intuitive: swipe either left or right to make choices that impact your reign which is represented through four distinct meters at top of the screen (church, citizens, army, and wealth). Every decision that you make influences one or more meters in one way or another and it is imperative that you keep all four meters balanced so that none becomes either completely filled or empty–doing so would unquestionably bring your reign to an end. Though sometimes the results of each decision may be completely arbitrary or nonsensical such that the effect on your four meters will often leave you scratching your head and wondering what had just happened. Most of the time, you will also likely wonder what would have happened had you made a different decision.

*– [Real player with 14.5 hrs in game](*