Concrete Jungle

Concrete Jungle

Allrighty, folks, we are looking at a gem that doesn’t even know what KIND of gem it is. Is it a strategy? Yes. Is it an Indie? Yes. Is it a Tetris-like game? Yes. Is it procedurally generated? Yes. Is it a Rogue-lite? Yes. Is it Ironman? Yes. Does it involve competition? Yes. Can you play it for hours and hours on end? YES!!!

I was absolutely surprised just how much the game did right. So, in true fashion, let’s take at the good and the Bad.

The Good:

1. Awesome AI. I love AI that can make my life a living hell. The AI will exploit your mistakes, take advantage of them, and crush you, rather than just hang back and let you feel all good for beating it.

Real player with 70.3 hrs in game

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I wish I could recommend this game. There is a lot of interesting potential that is wasted here. Unfortunately that’s what it does: waste your time and its own potential.

The “city planning” aspect of the game is purely cosmetic. There is nothing about this that relates to city building aside from the cosmetics. You could pallet swap this with any theme and it would still be a puzzle game. I feel thoroughly mislead that this has anything to do with city planning.

It’s also almost entirely multiplayer focused. The single player campaign is over before you even learn all of the mechanics. Any length you get from it is purely from replaying the same levels in an effort to get a better score.

Real player with 50.5 hrs in game

Concrete Jungle on Steam

Fantasy Town Regional Manager

Fantasy Town Regional Manager

This game was not what I was expecting. I thought it would be something like SimCity where you endlessly expand your town. But this game isn’t meant for you to build a long term town right out of the gate. You are expected to create a town, accomplish some small goals and quests, earn upgrade points and then - when your town crashes and burns - unlock some upgrades and start over again.

I’ve played for 16 hours and have yet to fully unlock all of the upgrades. I have unlocked all of the buildings and it is starting to get a little repetitive but I can see this as a fun game to come back to after a break and play a few rounds to pass the time.

Real player with 16.4 hrs in game

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Fun, engaging, eases you into some interesting complexities

I love how vibrant the game is, which is thanks to the music, the cute colours, the little people moving about the buildings, and the amount of story it’s able to fit in with the newspaper and your own gameplay.

That’s all drawn me in, but what’s kept me playing is seeing more new buildings appear, then deciding how their placement might affect the satisfaction of each class of adventurers. It starts off simple enough but when you’re ready, you’re able to introduce modifiers that impact the way you play even further.

Real player with 15.3 hrs in game

Fantasy Town Regional Manager on Steam

Laruaville 11 Match 3 Puzzle

Laruaville 11 Match 3 Puzzle

This is a great Match 3 game. The story is better than most Match 3 games.

It’s every bit as good as Laruaville 7 and Cursed House, all by the same company. The mechanics are very similar with a few new additions.

The whole point of each Match 3 level is to figure out what to do. There is a hint system if you need help, and it’s good. Remove all of the gold coins, and the level ends. Interspersed between Match 3 boards are mini-games like Rush Hour, Spot the Difference, Hidden Object, Mahjong, etc. You can choose Relaxed, Timed, or Limited Moves. I prefer limited moves as it’s more like a puzzle.

Real player with 15.7 hrs in game

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A good game with just enough difficulty to make you think. If you’re familiar with their “Cursed House” series this is similar. I enjoy playing them all.

Real player with 10.8 hrs in game

Laruaville 11 Match 3 Puzzle on Steam

Laruaville 7 - Match 3 Adventure

Laruaville 7 - Match 3 Adventure

This game is actually quite a bit of fun. You do lots of different things. Mostly Match 3, but other things, too. Hidden object, solitaire, bonus games (beat the computer, cursed coin), and spot the difference. There are settings to play it casual, limited moves, timer and limited moves. The music can be disabled, and it is separate from the sounds.

It starts out, bam, no tutorial or hand holding. There are objects and hazards there that hopefully you’ve seen before. I would not recommend this for a first time player. Seasoned veteran, definitely. There is kinda of a story, but you know how that goes. It’s mostly those floaty people talking to each other and arguing over stuff.

Real player with 13.8 hrs in game

Don’t let the dated looks of this game keep you from getting it (on sale, of course.) The plastic toy CG animation and Playskool color palette disguises a pretty fun and involved Match 3+ game (the in-game guide for the Match 3 gameplay is 14 pages long.) There’s nothing revolutionary here, but what it has is done well. Besides the Match 3, every so often you get basic solitaire levels, find the difference between two pictures, and hidden objects scenes. Not the most exciting features, but a nice break nevertheless. AND, as you play, bonus Match 3 levels open in a separate section.

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Laruaville 7 - Match 3 Adventure on Steam

Mint Works

Mint Works

Language errors all over the place.I found the tutorial not very clear, especially for such a simple game. I have only played the solo mode so far and the displayed AI move is so fast I cant work out what is happening most of the time. Gradually I am getting used to it but this implementation is much harder to follow than it needs to be. Layout of the screen is also in need of improvement.

Cannot recommend at its full cost at this stage.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

A nice, ultra-lean spin on the worker placement genre. I haven’t had the chance to play the online yet, but the solo game is pretty challenging so far and goes extremely fast. Each round I’ve played so far I’ve pieced together a bit more of a strategy and it has that “can’t quite do everything you want on your turn” feel that’s the hallmark of a good worker game. My only complaint is the music is very repetitive and while you can turn it off, the game feels a little empty without anything in the backgroud, but otherwise this is a great digital board game. I love that this has cross-platform as well, in my opinion you can’t have a digital board game without that.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Mint Works on Steam

PLUG WARS - The Game

PLUG WARS - The Game

The Plug is your connection for anything you need. There’s nobody more important in the streets than the Plug. But when he’s captured by authorities, once-loyal Bosses become rivals, vying to take over his position in the game. Build your Sqwuad by recruiting neighborhood hustlers to ‘jump off da porch’ and go to war for you. Form your strategy, make power moves, and call the shots! Stack up your money and eliminate the competition. See if you got what it takes to make it out the streets and survive the “Plug War.” Play ‘til the last Boss standing, or be the first to collect 8 Big Mane Tokens.

A 2-4 player battle-royale, street strategy board game at 90-120 minutes of playtime. Ages 17 and older. (Use Discretion)

PLUG WARS - The Game on Steam

Last Kingdom - The Card Game

Last Kingdom - The Card Game

A fun P Vs. E style deckbuilder very similar in style to this dev’s earlier released Business Wars but with some cool fantasy twists. A few of the innovative features:

  • The player at random intervals can earn a choice of boosters (a set of 3 thematic cards based on the chosen bestower). The player can see exactly what cards would be granted in the 3 pack before deciding.

  • Each round you choose between 2 castles, and the one not defended is lost passing onto the player a nasty side effect. So as your character and deck grow in power, you’ll have more and more of these passive curses to deal with.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game


What is this game about?

Can a 120 card deck work? Yes.

Last Kingdom - The Card Game is, obviously, a card game but what’s so different about it comparing every other roguelike deckbuilders? For starters, you can end up with over 100 cards in your deck so it’s definitely not your typical deck builder but let’s start from the very beginning.

Real player with 6.2 hrs in game

Last Kingdom - The Card Game 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



Not a bad game for 2-3 evenings, but pretty bugged in some missions (some cards don’t work correctly).

Real player with 22.9 hrs in game

I’m board game enthusiast. The game really has a “board game feel” to it. Never played the physical version, But it looks similar from videos I watched. In fact never heard of the game before it popped up in my suggestions. Love the deck building and resource management aspect. Not much reviews so far for the game.

Only still in the “tutorial” section (8 first missions). Like it very much so far…

Real player with 10.1 hrs in game

Feudalia on Steam



Welcome to CityClick, a wild and whimsical card game where everything seems to click in place.

Collect cards and craft decks before battling it out in both co-op and head-to-head game modes to complete the objective and come out victorious!

Customize & Collect

CityClick has tons of cards to choose from and collect. There’s a deck for every personality and playstyle, and it’s up to you to find the cards for your winning strategy.

Recruit and customize a wild cast of animal mayors, each with their own cheeky personalities and grizzly emotes to guide you through your journey, and taunt enemies along the way.

Play Your Friends

Grab your friends to join in the chaos with competitive and co-op game modes!

Don’t fancy online play? Not to worry, CityClick features a campaign that follows your mayor on their journey into office.

Go On Tour

Every leader starts small, but as your popularity grows, so do your possibilities! Expand your reach by venturing forth on your own adventure, unlocking exclusive cards, mayors, and cosmetics on your way!

Pick Up & Play

CityClick is easy to pick up and play, with plenty of depth for those with the skills.

Anyone can join in the fun with intuitive mechanics and customizable gameplay to suit your needs.

Need extra time? AI too difficult? No worries, you can change all that.

CityClick Travels With You

Continue your mayoral duties on the go with crossplay between Nintendo Switch, PC, and Mac!

CityClick on Steam