Far North

Far North

Far North is a sandbox co-op procedural open world survival game with changing seasons.

Set in the deep North your survival depends solely on your ability to thrive.

Build and expand settlements in order to brave through the changing seasons ranging from beautiful summer days to fierce winter nights.

Venture through alluring and treacherous terrain where you explore and harvest resources used for crafting new clothes, tools, structures and more.

Survive the changing seasons

Experience the wilderness with four beautifully crafted seasons and the unique challenges that come with them. Out here you’ll be tracking your Hunger, Thirst, Stamina, and Temperature as you struggle to balance resources with the energy needed to obtain them. Find food, upgrade your settlement, stock up on supplies and craft new clothing. Preparation is key here in order to survive the game-altering seasons. Every decision you make will have a direct impact on your life, so be careful because that decision might just be your last.

Explore the North

Nature is calling, the diverse terrain and its inhabitants are beatiful but dangerous. Utilize all that nature has to offer by harvesting resources wherever you can find them but beware of the wild life and weather. A long journey into the wild can spell the end of you if you don’t come prepared.

Build and expand your settlements

Expand your simple settlement into a beautiful farm! Domesticate animals, grow crops, start an orchard and more! Challenge your architerctural skills by building to survive the elements in style.


You will need to scavenge, hunt, forage and craft your way through the wilderness. Find new resources and use them to improve your tools, structures and clothing.

Improve your character

Your character is unique. Go from a beginner to a master of cooking, wood cutting, farming, exploring and much more as you shape your own journey!

Key Features:

  • Massive Procedural world

  • Game-changing Seasons

  • Dynamic Weather

  • Co-op

  • Exploration

  • Cooking

  • Farming

  • Building

  • Crafting

  • Skill System

  • Harvestable Trees

  • Animals

  • Domesticate Animals

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Far North on Steam

The Dinosaurs Are Here

The Dinosaurs Are Here

The Dinosaurs Are Here is a physics-based sandbox game set in a nowadays park where you can control a dinosaur.

Hunt for humans and try to survive against the park security guards!

The game features procedural animations, an advanced dinosaur IK system, and ragdoll humans that you can grab, eat and throw as a dinosaur.

You will need to manage your hunger, thirst, health, and stamina during your play.

The game is set on a beautiful huge park with football fields, baseball fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, ponds, restaurants, bars, and much more!

You will be able to find lots of hidden secrets and unlock amazing achievements if you like exploring!


You will be able to control your head and tail in a simple yet advanced way.

Rotate your head to better target your attacks or simply throw an object that you’ve already grabbed in a specific direction.


Grab humans and have fun with them!

Depending on the angle of your attacks you will have the possibility to take a human from his hands, legs, neck, or spine.


Each object will be pickable depending on your mass and the object’s mass.

That means that a big dinosaur will have a better chance to pick a big object, while a small dinosaur will only be able to pick smaller objects.

Also, bigger objects will mean slower head movement when holding them, which translates into smaller throw distances.


The AI will have an advanced perception system that will rely on sight and hearing.

If you make too many noises they will be able to hear you from a great distance and escape if they are normal civilians or chase you if they are security guards.


  • Physics-based dinosaur game

  • Huge map with lots of secrets and achievements

  • Survival & hunting game mechanics

  • Advanced AIs with perception systems that are able to hear, see and predict

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The Dinosaurs Are Here on Steam



Played for 7 hours was more than enough. Good try for a 16 year old. Gets boring fast.

  • Fly traps don’t work is always 0 flies.

-Drill does nothing when right clicked on

-Door does nothing when right clicked on and never closes anyway

-Chicken coops don’t give more chickens even if bar is kept in the middle. Easier to just pick it up and place it again for full restock.

-Trees stay fallen 50% of the time and need more chopping before they disappear.

-Wheat has no icon in inventory when fully grown and picked.

Real player with 7.4 hrs in game

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Not ready for release. Needs an intro reading book or small help window, not some guy speaking in french, (which I do not speak or understand), to give a long video explaining mechanics and needs more content and building/crafting details per item so people understand what the item is, purpose its for, etc… Also the first day I had four men show up and had no weapon to craft to attack them. They destroyed everything.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Grandiose on Steam

Star Witch

Star Witch

‘Star Witch’ is an Oculus Rift Only action shooter that for some reason doesn’t work on the Oculus Rift. In fact, the frame rate is so low this game is pretty much unplayable and definitely so nauseating that you wouldn’t want to play it anyway. It seems to be a poorly made shooter with some of the worse voice acting you will ever hear. I know £3.99 isn’t a very big asking price, but asking anything for this at the moment is asking too much, avoid this for now until it gets fixed. See video for issues/gameplay - https://youtu.be/w4Wd538VBdU

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Star Witch on Steam

Lab Craft Survival

Lab Craft Survival

This is a difficult survival sandbox game that doesn’t hold your hand. If you like figuring things out yourself and discovering hidden game mechanics, you’ll enjoy this game. If you don’t have a high tolerance for failing though, you might find the game frustrating.

It’s definitely rough around the edges with several bugs and translation errors, and updates have been non-existent. If you’re looking for polish in a game, you won’t find it here, although overall I found it enjoyable.

Real player with 80.0 hrs in game

An interesting game, a simple but addictive indie toy to use the skills of adaptation in an unknown environment. Top for your money

Real player with 10.6 hrs in game

Lab Craft Survival on Steam

Winter Survival Simulator

Winter Survival Simulator

What was supposed to be a nice winter hike in the Mount Washington State Park with friends, turned into a dire situation. You are left alone to fight for your survival. With only marginal supplies you have to fight off of the cold, the wildlife and find your way to an abandoned ranger station in hope to be able to call for help.

While you haven’t suffered any injuries during the fall, you lost your backpack and hence most of your gear and supplies. You will need to find shelter, find some food and rest. Then it’s about making your way to an old ranger station to call for rescue.

Sounds easy enough, doesn’t it? It is, except for the supplies you are going to need for the trip, the weather, the freezing cold, not to mention the wildlife. The goal of the game is to survive. To prepare enough to make the trip to the ranger station and to deal with all the surprises along the journey.

Hunt or be hunted. You have no rifle and there is no combat. If you encounter wolfs or even a bear, stay away and run. You won’t be able to kill a bear with a knife, it’s not the movies.

What you can do is be clever about the wildlife and set traps. You might even be able to find some traps hunters left behind and use them to maintain a safe perimeter or to hunt smaller animals for food. Tracking, establishing the best spot and being patient is what the hunt will be about.

Cold, thirst, hunger and exhaustion are the four major factors you have to worry about. It doesn’t however end there. Injuries are another one and there is the weather. Spending the night in the freezing cold without any shelter is akin to a death sentence and trying to go out in a snow storm isn’t any better either. Don’t forget, weather in the mountains changes quickly and is unpredictable. You have to be prepared at all times.

You are not the first one person in this area. There have been many before you. More than a century ago some even lived here. If you explore your surroundings there is a good chance they may have left something behind that will still be useful to you. And while building a shelter on your own is certainly an option, it is a lot better and safer to adapt something that already exists.

You could find an old hunter lodge and fix it up to offer decent shelter and a base of operations for you to prepare, gather supplies and food and even hunt. You are going to have a long trip ahead of you. The better you prepare, the less risky it will be.

The rescue isn’t going to be instant. Despite modern equipment and well trained mountain rescue personnel, you are far away and their helicopter can’t take off in any weather. Between you calling for help and help actually arriving might take even a couple of days. Additional time you have to survive in the bitter cold at Mount Washington.

Winter Survival Simulator on Steam

Badiya: Desert Survival

Badiya: Desert Survival

Only for the EA fans, I will say that.

I personally love these kind of games and have quite a few, but this setting… I just had to have it.

Something absolutely different than other games in the same genre. Those who have played Minecraft (or similar games) know that usually the hardest “world” to survive is the desert. This is all set in the desert, so I think has huge potential of being different and challenging! Also, although at the moment not implemented just yet, there’s going to be sea (and sailing on it), pearl diving, and if I can believe one of the trailers I’d say “Stranded Deep-esque” beaches.

Real player with 25.2 hrs in game

I reveived a key for free, keep that in mind when reading my review.

This review is for alpha 1.9, I will update as the game progresses. I am giving a thumbs up with the following caveats.

1. The game engine is still unstable, though not terribly so. It seems every NPC encountered increases the chance of crashing so make sure to save before visiting any point of interest (area with npc’s). When the game gets laggy save, quit to the main menu and reload.

2. Unfortunately, related to above, the mechanic to save requires building a lean-to. This is not horrible, you can carry the wood around with you, but I hope the devs read this and implement a temporary quick save function until the engine is more stable.

Real player with 21.2 hrs in game

Badiya: Desert Survival on Steam



This is one of my fav crafting/building/adventuring type of games already and I’ve only around 60hrs of game play so far..it’s right up there with Portal Knights Imo and it’s only early access and doing such a great job! Sure there are the normal early access things to expect…but you can see where things are being improved. The Dev’s are great and respond regularly in the forums..so there is communication..that’s a major plus! Updates/fixes, etc. are not thousands of years inbetween so you can see progress progress progress.

Real player with 75.4 hrs in game

While this still needs some work, I definitely recommend it - on the surface it is a Minecraft clone but look closer and there is rather a lot of innovation. It’s still obviously Early Access – many small to medium bugs – but it’s very playable and has an active developer team. And it’s an absolute steal; I’ve played way less fun games for more money.

Real player with 56.3 hrs in game

qb on Steam

Cat Simulator: Meow

Cat Simulator: Meow

its pritty fun in the barns last one is kittens and gray shak is food dont go in the middle or the pug when door opens trys to kill u. i have problems with the buttens you will have to go a little higher and u can respawn for now till its fixed and drinking in the water the e dosent work with the caring and opening doors.

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

The game is cute and great and relaxing. Just hunt baby chickens for food, walk up to to the water right where you first start for water, and sleep to regenerate health. Open the barn, for kittens to follow you. Cats are by the barn too. Amazing game, love it.

Real player with 3.7 hrs in game

Cat Simulator: Meow on Steam

Finding Home

Finding Home

I’m really enjoying this game so far!! I love the open sand box feel, with the cross of zombies and survival, It’s a perfect concept. Even though this game is still in Alpha it really is growing fast. So far there have been updates weekly and any suggestions or concerns mentioned in their discord from the community have been discussed and acknowledged. You can really see that the Devs want to bring this game to life with the input from their community. Its great to see an indie company listen to their community and work with them hand in hand. The fact that the company is only charging a 1 time price to buy the game and no future charges for any new maps or DLC is huge too! I cannot wait to see what the future brings!

Real player with 15.3 hrs in game

The game is a very early state but shows lots of promise.

Creator looks into feedback on their discord and is looking to constantly improve the game.

Looks like a fun game to watch and see how it grows!

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

Finding Home on Steam