Wolflord - Werewolf Online

Wolflord - Werewolf Online

Wolflord has taken up my time as the only social deduction based game that I play to this day.

I started out in this genre making content on other SD games for a long time, and although I put a lot of hours into those games and wanted to enjoy them, various things would continuously turn me away. I can say that Wolflord has never been that way for me.

The game itself has a slightly different format to your more popular SD games, where “copy paste last will’s” is what the game revolves around. However, this game focuses more on actual deduction rather than simply reading out a players' will and determining whether that information is correct based on shared knowledge. Every phase of the game feels important, and compliments the day/night cycle as a whole very well. Roles are very well thought out, and while some are favoured over others, I can say that I never truly feel like I ever get cast as a “useless” or “boring” role with this game.

Real player with 346.0 hrs in game

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Keep in mind this game is still in beta at the time I am writing this, so it is still early and the community is niche, but their Discord is active and a good way to gather games if you’re looking for more games without having to add so many bots. I’m sure as time goes on after getting out of beta, Town of Salem and Throne of Lies players may migrate over here. The game itself is very interesting, you can set your own role list based on the class cards/rules cards so the possibilities are endless, AND it even indicates how balanced between factions the setup is, which you don’t exactly see in Town of Salem custom lobbies. But yes, I do see potential in this game and intend to add it to my social deduction streaming repertoire and look forward to helping build the community. Very much recommended.

Real player with 326.4 hrs in game

Wolflord - Werewolf Online on Steam

Similo: The Card Game

Similo: The Card Game

Fun co-op card game that support both local and online multiplayer!


  • Awesome illustrations

  • Supports cross platform multiplayer

  • Great replayability (especially with DLCs)


  • I want more decks!!!

Real player with 160.0 hrs in game

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The online option is very limited (only 1v1, no realtime matchmaking), and the local pass-n-play does not offer a blanked out between screen to have time to switch. All in all, I was very disappointed by the limited options for actuall play this game gives.

In addition to these grievances, if someone has bought an expansion (like the historic characters) and sets up a game with it, you cannot play it unless you buy it as well!

And we’ve not even touched upon the interface…

Real player with 32.0 hrs in game

Similo: The Card Game on Steam

Republic of Jungle

Republic of Jungle

In Republic of Jungle, 5- 10 players role-play as the advisors of President Puma. His Loyalists try to form commissions to deal with scandals, but a few Leakers among them are trying to sneak into commissions and leak the scandals to Fiona Fox.

**Who do you trust to put on your commission?

How do you convince others you are not a Leaker?**

Running party games can be hard.

Rulebooks, long setups, and your friends' attention deficit doesn’t help.

With Republic of Jungle, you can get games started quickly and let the game handle all the moderation. We make it easy to join, get going, and learn as you play. The guided experience makes the game accessible to players of all skill levels. The novel mechanics add a new depth of skills to master. The continuous action creates a more immersive, intuitive and dynamic social deduction experience.

We make information easy to digest and distribute, so you can focus on making interesting gameplay decisions. This helps new players to learn faster, and helps experienced players to act faster. So, a wide range of people with different skill levels can enjoy the game.

Entertain your friends at your house, play remotely with your online pals, or host a DIY game show for your stream audience. No matter where your community loves to hang out, you can take our game there to have fun. You don’t have to be a player to have fun. The audience portal will let you be a part of the game and enjoy a different flavor of its fun as a viewer.

The best way to learn Republic of Jungle is to gather your friends and jump right in. We have designed the game with simplicity and accessibility in mind, so you can easily learn the game as you play. Don’t start your game night with long setups and reading rulebooks. Jump right in, make small mistakes, and have fun learning. Most players get the rules after finishing one or two games. For more information visit RepublicOfJungle.com

  • Win by delivering 3 tasks confidentially, and protect the identity of the Agent (if any) from Leakers

  • Vote wisely to keep the Leakers out of the task forces

  • Use deductive reasoning based on task results and voting patterns

  • Read other players for any suspicious or inconsistent behavior

  • Use special power drops to discover or share information

  • Guide other Loyalists without giving away sensitive information

  • Win by leaking 3 tasks, or discover the identity of the Agent (if any)

  • Leak confidential information and frame Loyalists for it

  • Convince other Loyalists that you are on their side

  • Pay attention to conversations to detect the Agent (if any)

  • Coordinate with other Leakers to give minimum information to Loyalists

  • Beware of special powers and take advantage of Loyalists mistakes

Do you love social deduction games like Mafia, Werewolf, The Resistance and Secret Hitler? We do too! But we noticed some shortcomings in the genre. They are sometimes hard to set up and inconvenient to play. Some games need too much room or a big table, some require a moderator with godlike precision, some require to close your eyes for minutes, and quite often the game is ruined because someone forgot to do their part correctly or a newbie player asked the wrong question and revealed their secret. We have built Republic of Jungle to address to these issues and distill the fun of social deduction games into a more enjoyable and convenient experience. Inspired by Jackbox Games, we have built a platform where players can use their smartphones (or any device with a browser) to play the game. This way, the game does all the moderation for you, guides the players throughout the game and adds a fun narrative on top. More importantly, we have unique mechanics specific to this platform because they are almost impossible to implement in a traditional tabletop setting.

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Republic of Jungle on Steam

Hunt: The Unknown Quarry

Hunt: The Unknown Quarry

I’m thoroughly enjoying this game. It’s a great alternative to Cluedo, but slightly more challenging and in-depth, in my opinion. It may take a few games to get to grips with the mechanics, cards and options available, but it won’t be long before you find yourself either being targeted/preyed upon or interrogating/attacking other players. It’s a dog-eat-dog type of survival game, where everyone’s out for themselves including the monster. The theme and daunting background music enhance the game, making you feel slightly uneasy (like prey), not knowing for sure who, what or where the monster is, unless they reveal themselves. Also, playing as the monster is an additional challenge, which requires an alternative strategic approach. You’ll soon find you can’t just go around munching on fellow opponents in broad daylight, but have to maintain a far more stealthy disposition. I felt the game was fairly balanced well, particularly if playing the monster against AI opponents (for mediocre players). However, I haven’t had the chance to properly play any friends online yet, so can’t say if this will be the case against live players, who I think will be a little more savvy. In any case, I believe this could only enhance the game further, making self-preservation more challenging. I’ve seen other comments related to lack of online activity (no one to play with) and about playing for free. For me personally, it’s no big deal, never felt the real need to be able to play strangers online. I took a gamble, bought the game and tested inviting a friend to play (for free), which worked fine, no issues. I was sceptical at first after reading some comments, but am extremely pleased to say how glad I am that I made this purchase. I can’t recommend ‘Hunt…’ highly enough, for those who love Cluedo, Mystery of the Abbey (tabletop games), but then maybe I’m just extremely optimistic and easily pleased.

Real player with 30.6 hrs in game

Okay I love this game. Like a lot it mixes a lot of elements I like. It has a huge learning curve as many said which I think could be cut down like if you had a sheet or a tab to check what monsters did what that would be cool. Other than that the people complaining about assholes in chats and that didn’t group play I bet, its would be much easier playing with just friends than random people

Over all I don’t make a lot of reviews but i love this game so fucking much I’m leaving a review.

Real player with 20.1 hrs in game

Hunt: The Unknown Quarry on Steam

Werewolves Online

Werewolves Online

Plays like the movie series but the community is not english?

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Werewolves Online on Steam