Burrow is an ever-expanding sandbox style game where you can explore, create, and share small levels (called… burrows)

Creation is a core concept of Burrow, all of the level creation tools are packaged with the game and are designed with simplicity in mind. Hundreds of props, simple terrain deformation tools, and built-in LUA scripting makes designing your own worlds a breeze.

VR and Desktop players are both welcome! Oh yeah, and we’ve got multiplayer too! Cross platform play is supported. You can play alone, or with your friends, no matter if they’re on VR or Desktop.

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Burrow on Steam

King Arthur’s Gold

King Arthur’s Gold

I’ve decided to delete my old review about this GREAT game, as it was a bit outdated.

If you are confused with these short positive reviews and utter BS negative ones (most of them. I can accept others opinion, but most of them are reviews made by salty kids who didn’t bother to give this game more than an hour before making a review about it) and have stumbled upon this one, hopefully i could make things a bit clearer and help you decide, whether to buy it or not.

This game is very unique, you’ve played nothing like this before, I am absolutely sure in that and can safely guarantee it to you. Great medieval age battles, easy to learn, but hard to master. You can choose from 3 well balanced classes: Knight, Archer and Builder. Basic game modes, which you’ll be playing the most are: Capture The Flag, Take The Halls, Team Death Match and Sandbox. There are also modded servers, where you can literally face ANYTHING, from zero gravity space lazer wars to Zombie survival with modern wargear. Battles are really epic and intense, so you won’t get tired of the game in the near future.

Real player with 3397.7 hrs in game

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UPD 31.01.2018. Now you cant even complain about useless teammates, since official servers enforced chat censorship. If before you could easily disable chat filter in game’s settings, if you wish so, now - nope, THINK ABOUT CHILDRENS. I wonder, how deep this sjw train will go this time…

UPD 29.09.2017. Now you also can get chat bans on official servers for complaining about useless teammates (which is true for 95% of time). Well done, literally the best possible thing to do, in order to revive this game!

Real player with 1627.3 hrs in game

King Arthur's Gold on Steam



Key Game Features:

*** Fast-paced medieval survival with a strong emphasis on melee combat. 

  • From building humble farms to huge fortresses, the choice is with the player. 

  • A focus on horses, carts, and cavalry warfare. 

  • Custom armor system that deflects ranged attacks. 

  • Group systems for making Claims, taking titles, giving ranks and more.

  • Server Progression and Wipe systems, for an engaging and vastly replayable experience. 

  • Tools for Community Hosts to help tailor their servers. Future plans for extensive moddability.

  • Functioning Combat Alpha waiting for players**

What is Renown?

Renown is a multiplayer survival experience set in a vast and ever-changing medieval world. Players begin with nothing, gather resources, build a kingdom and fight to survive in the hopes of becoming renowned across the land. At its core, Renown is a first-person medieval fighting game, with a strong emphasis on competitive skill-based combat. 

Renown takes the most enjoyable and popular aspects from contemporary open-world survival games which include Building, Progression and Social Politics. These are then combined with close quarters, skill-based combat to create an immersive and engaging multiplayer experience. 

Key Game Features:

The three main gameplay features which act as the pillars of Renown are:


The combat system functions with a set of easy to learn, hard to master fighting mechanics. The system is also built so that it is very easy to understand, allowing new players to easily learn the basics. As players become comfortable with the system, their developing level of skill becomes a major source of enjoyment.


The building system uses an easy-to-understand and deploy method. This allows for greater depth when creating both small and large castle or village-type structures. From a small house with only a door, players expand into fully customized castles, creating structures truly unique to the person’s ability and experience.


The raiding system represents the pivotal activity that all types of players can undertake in-game. What’s the point in building a great castle if you can’t level someone else’s to the ground. In a way the players are always in an “Arms Race” to see who can build the strongest, smartest, and most awe-inspiring structures. We want to provide you with just as awe-inspiring weapons, siege engines and all the utilities required for an ongoing medieval war.

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Renown on Steam



Онлайна нет, текстуры без колизии, но лично мне понравилось. Был бы онлайн я бы играл с радостью.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

what the hell guys? Why this game is at store at all…would like cash back

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game


Rise of Liberty

Rise of Liberty

I recommend this to anyone who enjoys the following:

-Line/Formation Combat

-Bayonet Charges

-Using various commands and tactics to divert attention from the main attack (taking 30 troops around the side of a position and hitting it with constant suppresive fire to distract the defenders from the main assault)

-Calvary Charges and Tactics

-Unlockable weapons

-Battles which can easily be turned in anyones favor if tactics are used.

-Range guessing

-Synchronized firing and reloading

-Single Player FPS-Strategy games (like Ravenfield)

Real player with 34.8 hrs in game

I think we can best praise this game by going through some of the quality, in-depth negative reviews it has gotten.

First up, we have “Wait for a MASSIVE update to the game, or a drop/sale price.” - 0.6 hours played.

Wow. I mean, what? Why? What is the game lacking that makes it so unplayable or not worth the price? The A.I is decent, the battles are epic, and the dev has shown a lot of passion towards improving things even more. I mean… it’s kinda misleading. I can assure whoever is reading this that Rise of Liberty is very much playable, it is very functional, and it has enough content to warrant its price.

Real player with 14.8 hrs in game

Rise of Liberty on Steam



Currently pretty buggy, but the dev’s dedicated to the task and has a good head on his shoulders, focusing on nothing but base gameplay for now.

They’ve come up with a fun way to introduce physics based swordfighting, it’s genius!

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Currently unplayable via Virtual Desktop using the Quest2….shows no video, well it does for a split second then goes black. AirLink works yet it places my avatar in the floor. Have not attempted Oculus because I refuse to play a game like this tetheted. I will not refund and hope any future updates fix these issues because I really am excited about this game.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Empower on Steam



There’s a lot to like about the game, but also a lot to hate.

To a new buyer, I’ll lay it out simple:

Playing the game solo is unlikely to be satisfying. The game centers around a persistent war (24/7) where vast imbalances in population per side and per region are actively exploited to overrun one side or the other. You are entirely dependent on what the rest of your team has done in the last few hours, as well as the number of players currently present, to stand a chance.

For someone who doesn’t care, or likes being roped into big clan ops or plays with friends: You will catch a lot of flak for playing badly, but many clans are happy to take you in and teach you.

Real player with 1068.9 hrs in game

A wonderful game that encourage coop with other people to achieve victory in a shared war. The experience is something to truly behold as you experience war that is depicted as it is, bloody, despairing and death. Take part whether as:

Logistics: to ferry supplies to the front, the lifeblood ensuring that the front does not fall

Infantry: Holding the lines against other players through a variety of small arms, from bolt action rifles to machine guns all manufactured at factories.

Builders: Crafting intricated layered defences powered by AI and players, building the trenches and bunkers ensure the first line of defence.

Real player with 513.0 hrs in game

Foxhole on Steam



Ravenfield is a solo FPS which I’ve spent definitely more than 700 hours, at least another 100 hours, just on cracked and pirated versions airdropped in school hallways and played in lunchtimes and intervals. I bought the game to support the creator, and I’d reckon it’s paid off. Even if it’s vanilla selection is selective and small, the modding community is both active and easy to enter. I even did some myself, though I’m a rookie. If you’re looking for a multiplayer game, don’t bother. Just enjoy the solo game.

Real player with 722.2 hrs in game

⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⡿⠿⠛⠛⠛⠋⠉⠈⠉⠉⠉⠉⠛⠻⢿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿ Average Ravenfield Enjoyer
















Real player with 121.5 hrs in game

Ravenfield on Steam



This is definitely one of my favorite games. It has elements comparable to Robocraft, Scrap Mechanic, Avorion, From the Depths, Besiege, Space Engineers, and other similar games, as well as World Adrift, Guns of Icarus, and Elite Dangerous, with a bit of Escape from Tarkov mixed in. You build a vehicle in a hangar and take that vehicle out into an open world, where you can gather resources and encounter other players before extracting your ship and returning to your hangar to fine-tune a design, or unlock research to facilitate different designs.

Real player with 1525.4 hrs in game


It took me quite some time to find a new online game which included what I was looking for, with Airmen I have finally found it. The game is set in a steampunk setting and consists mainly of two game modes: building ships and using them in an open world. Neither mode is obligatory, as you can also use pre-build ships or play single-player, however I think the combination of building your own ships and using them is what makes this game so enjoyable.

The Archipelago

One important aspect which I was looking for in a game (and which was somewhat difficult to find), is that it is an online game that has some challenges, but is not just about fighting. Instead here you have a variety of missions and quests you can pursue, including delivery, harvest and rescue missions, which often don’t require you to fire a single shot, even in the open world. You do also have the choice of hunt, capture or siege missions, which task you with defeating a certain enemy. Being an open world, you can also encounter other players with hostile intentions, the majority of the player base is friendly though. Apart from flying your own vessel, you can also join another captain on theirs, which is recommended especially for beginners.

Real player with 1290.3 hrs in game

Airmen on Steam



I regret the times, when I couldn’t play this game in it’s prime, when tournaments were alive. But I don’t regret buying digital copy now.

Back in 2008, when I read about the game, DotA Allstars was already a thing you need to be aware of if you play games. And I was indeed aware. I tried the thing and got bored pretty quickly. Something was amiss. Something didn’t want me to enjoy the game, and I felt out of place, when I heard praise about this new exciting genre like MOBA.

When I read about Demigod I got a little flame of hope lit up in me. Everything from background of characters to the name of the game and a little story behind already was to my liking. But would the gameplay keep up with that? I wasn’t sure.

Real player with 207.7 hrs in game

First off, let me state that when Demigod was released, it’s multiplayer was pretty much broken due to the publisher insisting on doing the netcode and sucking at it hardcore. This issue has since been resolved, and is no longer an issue; the multiplayer works just fine now, no real problems.

Now, from there, let’s get into a few aspects of the game itself:

Demigod is a MOBA style game, where you play as a single hero/champion/demigod/whatever style character who starts off kinda flimsy, and gradually levels up, fighting large armies of enemy units with the goal of defeating the enemy team. Thing LoL, HoN, DotA, Smite, Dawngate and so on.

Real player with 137.0 hrs in game

Demigod on Steam