Erannorth Chronicles

Erannorth Chronicles

I got this game for free because I won it as part of a modding contest for Erannorth Reborn. So I had to put effort into making the mod and win the contest. So it wasn’t really a handout.

This is the best deck builder RPG I ever played.

The character creation alone allows a degree of freedom that no other game like this can hope to achieve.

“A-Stranger” and “DaGibus” reviews already say pretty much of what I would say myself (and much better than I would too). So I will point at their reviews instead. Let’s just say I agree with them.

Real player with 439.9 hrs in game

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Edit: With the introduction of Pariah mode I’m having a lot more fun and feeling a good sense of progression. I’m getting some loot rewards that I can’t use yet which is a great motivation to keep going and get stronger. It was really tough to start out in that mode so I ended up starting in Quest mode until I felt I had good enough healing and crowd control to move my toon from the Book of Heroes to Pariah mode.

This is a really fun deck builder for people who love theory crafting and min/maxing character concepts. Many combinations of customization to explore. I like that you can play in different game modes so if you want to explore a world map you can do that, but if you’d rather just get to the tactical fighting you can run a gauntlet instead. You can also customize a lot of game parameters such as the number of enemies that will arrive in a typical encounter, etc.

Real player with 158.4 hrs in game

Erannorth Chronicles on Steam

Tabletop Simulator

Tabletop Simulator

Best simulator for playing board games on a tabletop with people.

Best simulator for playing

Best simulator for board

Best simulator for games

Best simulator for table

Best simulator for top

Best simulator for people.

Real player with 315.5 hrs in game

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Stupidest value purchase imaginable for anyone who’s a fan of any board game. Cheaper than any single board game and it’s an infinte amount, that’s scripted, requires no set up, clean up or local friends. What more could you ask for?

Real player with 313.1 hrs in game

Tabletop Simulator on Steam

Fate in the Darkness

Fate in the Darkness

As planned this is an RPG-sandbox in board game style, with a gothic fantasy atmosphere.

А living own life world, which you can interact through the game character, attended events, tasks and game deck.

The goal of this project is to port board game.

In this time the gameplay is a journey through the main game location.

This demonstrates the work I have done, from scratch.

The game is raw.

Core aspects such as: generation of game characters, map-pocessing algorythm, most part of AI logic and e.t.c. are mostly done. But still in need of optimization and content. Also there is a dungeon map-generator, but it’s unfinished and not integrated.

**Graphics will be changed and balance will be updated. Plenty of dialogs, events, tasks, items and objects are gonna be added.

Have in plans to add co-op up to 4 players and map-creation tools.**

Since it’s my pesonal project - I can change/add/delete any part of it if I see fit.


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Fate in the Darkness on Steam

Doodle God

Doodle God

I became interested in Doodle God because of my job. I figured any game that could keep a special needs child entertained and quiet (and not poking his neighboring van mates) during an hour long ride home AFTER being cooped up in school all day had to be worth looking into. The game is certainly mind absorbing, with all the combinations of “elements” that can be combined in the main game alone (249 total). Now add to that all the other “mini” games that can be played. Hours of entertainment, or at least mind absorbing nullness.

Real player with 19.6 hrs in game

Every now and then a mobile developer tries to take their successful, beloved mobile game and bring it to a more traditional gaming platform. These efforts always result in dumpster fires of failure. It isn’t that mobile games are necessarily worse than their more traditional counterparts, just that different audiences expect differetn things from their gaming experience. People that want to waste a couple of minutes on the ride to work aren’t going to want the same exact thing when they actually sit down and play something in their own free time, and Doodle God is just the latest example of that.

Real player with 19.5 hrs in game

Doodle God on Steam

Doodle Kingdom

Doodle Kingdom

Did I just spend 20 hours of my life playing this mobile game ?!

Doodle Kingdom is divided into three modes. First, there is the main game, the Genesis, in which you have to combine two elements to create one of the 116 existing ones : for example, mix “Elves” and “Lumber” to create a bow. Imagine the possibilities ; it gets a bit annoying trying to figure out what elements the devs established, so I made this guide to save some players time.

Real player with 23.7 hrs in game

I have played doodle games before on mobile and when I saw it on sale I thought I would pick it up for steam.

This game is pretty pointless after you finish the Elemental section. The elemental section is fun and identical to all other doodle game but it is over quite quickly. The Quest section seemed like a really interesting way to adapt the game play but that took me no more than 20 min to finish and then what.

The only thing left to play was the god awful hero section. Its terrible, boring and broken. Your hero runs along an inifitie dungeon running in to monsters and women and beer and all you can do is click a button every once in a while to reload his stamina or health and click on the treasure boxes to get gold. Oh and there are mini quests that give you more gold or xp if you finish them but all you have to do to finish them is wait 5-10 min and then they will be complete.

Real player with 18.8 hrs in game

Doodle Kingdom on Steam

Bus Controller Simulator

Bus Controller Simulator

In 2019 nearly 200 million passengers used public transport, traveling nearly 30 million km. As part of an analysis, the company has determined that every third passenger traveled without a valid ticket. The company estimated that it’s losing them millions each year. As part of the repair plan, you have been hired as a ticket controller to catch and punish everyone who doesn’t follow regulations. Fines, reprimands, arguments and even some violence — you will have to work with that on a daily basis. In addition, you will also take care of the visual aspect of our fleet, replacing missing elements, repairing the broken ones and keeping the bus nice and clean. The company counts on you!

Good Morning, Tickets Or Passes Please

When being on duty inspect all passengers for validate tickets. Make sure that high statistics of people driving without will quickly drop to zero.

No Ticket, No Ride

Stick to the rules, no ticket, no ride. Ask unscrupulous clients to kindly get off the bus or force them to buy a more expensive ticket from you. Be as much to the passengers as you want to be, just remember to ultimately bring profit to your company.

Repair and Clean Up the Mess

In case of major problems, don’t hesitate to use direct coercion measures. However, remember to clean the mess after and eliminate all the devastated elements of the bus.

What are you waiting for? Your shift has already started!

Key Features:

  • Validate Tickets

  • Talk With the Passengers

  • Simple Combat System

  • Realistic Artificial Intelligence

  • Bus Cleaning System

  • Realistic Item Repair System

Bus Controller Simulator on Steam

Tabletop Playground

Tabletop Playground

Nice way to play tabletop games with friends in these times.

good modding community, it’s brand new but everyday theres more and more great board games made.

Editor can be a bit tricky at first, but there’s a few tutorials available at the moment.

As i read somewhere else, Devs are working hard on this, so I guess there will be more advanced tutorials and definitively more features in the future.

I dont know anything about programming, and I managed to create all the 1st edition circuit boards for Formula D. Hopefully, the guy who created the formula D game (which is awesome btw) will use them.

Real player with 48.9 hrs in game

Experienced on the Oculus Rift

Please note: I received a free Steam key through the Steam Curator Connect program.

You can view my review & gameplay here:

If you’re thinking of buying Tabletop Playground (TP), you’ve probably heard of Tabletop Simulator (TTS). They are both digital tabletop sandbox games. In both games, certain card & board games are included, and they both have mod support so you can easily download even more card or board games. They both have online multiplayer and have VR and Non-VR support. TTS has been on Steam for years and is running on the Unity Engine. TP just released a few months ago and is running on the Unreal Engine. So which one is better?

Real player with 3.2 hrs in game

Tabletop Playground on Steam