Deus Lo Veult

Deus Lo Veult

I find this game very strange, because it seems partially incomplete in terms of actual gameplay - I managed to get 10 minutes in before my attempted invasion of Tripoli resulted in the game just… stopping, and preventing me from continuing. In terms of art, it is very visually pleasing to look at, which is what leads me to confusion - on that side, it seems quite polished. I hope the devs update this to fix this soon.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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AS the others said, it’s a scam. unable to change language to french even if it is shown, the game is ridiculously simplistic (we’re talking 2010 mobile games here) and breaks after the first couple of rounds.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Deus Lo Veult on Steam

Dragon Drop: Tabletop Multi-tool

Dragon Drop: Tabletop Multi-tool

It’s a solid product. Could definitely use a variety update, but it works perfectly as intended and is very visually appealing

Real player with 18.2 hrs in game

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For what it is, I would recommend this item. Everything is basic, but if you wanna run a game on a budget this is probably your better option. Only issues so far is that items are all tied to mouse click. So if you want to select something you are gonna move it as well. Only other thing is if you accidently make more maps, you can’t delete them. At least from what I have tried.

Real player with 12.3 hrs in game

Dragon Drop: Tabletop Multi-tool on Steam

As Far As The Eye

As Far As The Eye

This game was incredibly brutal until I discovered the Council building and the Knowledge resource, and then it became an incredibly fair and deep city-building/roguelike/4x game.

The biggest problem with the game is there isn’t a good reference for how all the mechanics work. I think it will be better once an online wiki is available.

My tips for a winning initial game:


1. Get 40 wood and build a sawmill. Assign one of your workers to be a gatherer and gather wood. Later, when you don’t need wood, switch this worker to be a food gatherer and build a fruit hut for 80 (you can do this earlier if you get a 4th worker). You should have enough rations for this, and the carpenter/fruit gatherer jobs share the first 3 levels.

Real player with 26.9 hrs in game

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I too believe that this is a nice game if you enjoy roguelike games.

When I first saw the list of buildable buildings I was worried the game wouldnt have much depth, as there are exactly 15 buildings which can be built.

So .. I was worried I will just figure out how things work and lose interest in the game after a few days, because I found some safe winning strategy.

Luckily it was different!

The overall difficulty is quite high. After the tutorial campaign you get to play 4 tribes with increasing difficulty (you have to start with the lowest difficulty tribe). However, even that tribe took me quite some effort to win with.

Real player with 25.2 hrs in game

As Far As The Eye on Steam

World of Asgabas

World of Asgabas

In World of Asgabas, you take control of a faction with its unique gameplay and fight your way to conquer of the world. Explore the world, expand your territory, exploit your lands and exterminate your opponents.

  • All the factions are unique Join the Knights, the Vikings, the Cowboys or the Pirates and play a different experience each time. The factions are designed to offer a different gameplay, unique progresses, buildings and units.

  • Take advantage of the terrain Build your fortresses to be impregnable or conquer rich soils to take over your opponents. Each faction has bonuses related to the terrain that you’ll have to consider.

  • Manage your armies Battles between armies take place in a small battlefield and are entirely automated. Organize your armies to take the best out of your units.

  • And more to come… There are only too many possibilities to add content to this game. New factions, new concepts, new objectives. The game is released in Early Access and new free content will be frequently added.

World of Asgabas on Steam

Genesia Legacy: Ultimate Domain

Genesia Legacy: Ultimate Domain

A very original game ! I didn’t find a style close to this Genesia Legacy.

You build your city, from nothing, in a pure natural landscape. And nature is not so friendly! You have to assign farmers, woodcutters, gather water, in order to survive, and grow.

You have also research trees to evolve, and, for example, resist to diseases, build vehicles, trade, …

But, the game is difficult, in the sense of “punitive” : you make a strategic mistake, and your village will die from disease, or starve in winter, etc…

Real player with 27.3 hrs in game

If you’re looking for the original Ultimate Domain (US) / Genesia (EU), then steer clear of this game. I paid $19.99 for it and tried to give it a fair shake after discovering it’s not much like the original. Sadly that is when I learned that if you play more than 2 hours on a game you are automatically disqualified by Steam from receiving a refund. Note to self, don’t give games a fair shake if you don’t love them after 20 minutes anymore. Perhaps the developer will one day turn this into a game worthwhile, but at it’s current condition, it’s not worth more than $1.99, and that’s being generous.

Real player with 17.8 hrs in game

Genesia Legacy: Ultimate Domain on Steam

Small War

Small War

**What kind of game is this[/]

This is a unique flag game! You need to choose your camp and build the building! Build combat units through barracks and factories, and then manipulate combat units to destroy enemy bases!

**Main features

-Each camp has its own characteristics

-A large number of combat units that can be built are indispensable in the sea, land and air

-Very strategic

-Unique pixel style art

-Support up to 8 players

-Custom tools

Why not add to the wishlist?

Twitter: @ ABCD35558798****

Small War on Steam

Empires in Ruins

Empires in Ruins

Edit: The developer is super chill, and is looking to patch out the bugs soon. This is still a hard game with hit-or-miss writing and an imperfect UI, but serious props to anyone who can indie dev something this complex. Check it out if there isn’t something in the review that’s a dealbreaker for you.

This is a very “yes, but…” recommendation.

Empires In Ruins is a thing I should like. It’s a tower defense with a 4x strategy layer, and where you can econ yourself into an easier TD situation, or TD yourself out of a bad economy.

Real player with 27.9 hrs in game

**This is a short excerpt of my longer analysis and review (available in English and German). I would recommend reading the full text or watching the YouTube Video (German Voiceover, many subtitles)

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Empires in Ruins Test / Review

Empires in Ruins Review – Conclusion and opinion**

For an indie game of a small team just entering early access, the game is already surprisingly polished. The campaign includes a very entertaining story and for strategy fans an appealing game depth.

Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

Empires in Ruins on Steam



Quite fun, quite well executed, it’s a small game but what it does, it generally does well.

The one criticism I have to make concerns “gentrification”. I know what gentrification is, I’ve spent the last twenty years living in Liverpool, Leeds and Newcastle, all cities where gentrification has happened. The issue of poor people being priced out of their city is one that I’m aware of. It’s a complex issue - it’s bad for the working class population, but quite nice for the upper-middle-class upwards, because the whole city is reshaped for them; very often the city as a whole thrives. Forty years ago, Catherine street in Toxteth in Liverpool was the scene of rioting; today you pretty much have to be a millionaire to own a house there. The people who used to live there have been pushed out. As to whether you think that’s fair, that probably depends how wealthy you are, and whether you’re on the left or the right politically. It’s currently a live issue in Manchester; regeneration of the northern English former industrial cities was done by giving developers free rein to gentrify at will. The cities were risen from their ashes, essentially at a cost to their working-class populations.

Real player with 9.0 hrs in game

This game is not bad, but it’s very unsatisfying.

I understand that you can’t really “win”, that’s the premise of the game.

I started several times and tried almost every possible approach to get all the first missions done, but it seems like that is not possible?! Or there is maybe like one combination/timing, which will make is possible and I wasn’t able to find out how.

If somebody knows, make a comment!

Now it just felt unsatisfying, that I was neither able to finish the missions nor the game in a good way and it was a more frustrating than enjoyable experience. If this is intended due to the urbanization story, okay, but I didn’t liked it.

Real player with 5.5 hrs in game

1980 on Steam

Altwaldheim: Town in Turmoil

Altwaldheim: Town in Turmoil

Simple game. Yet rng, 5 factions, random events, riddles make it complex with deep strategy element.

I love city builders and making units in general. Game is very challenging I’ve played 17.5 hours a few days into purchasing and even though made it to final boss twice i still have not beat the game yet. Addictive game play and replay value is high.

Key to starting is focus on 1. gold 2. food 3. wood. i do not make any units until i’m attacked at the start. when i am attacked I focus on making a few units ie 20 archers maybe 10 thugs 10 militia then attack the small camps ie peasant militia and archer camps. make iron and stone mine and the remaining buidings. pick one faction to focus on and maybe have a subfaction as 2nd ary. for me i choose military and later capitalists. but there are relion freethinkers and nature ie guardians.

Real player with 20.1 hrs in game

Ok folks,

I’ve been playing games from a very young age. This game will work for you if you like a chill relaxed management game that will challenge you.

Graphics are minimalist but it doesn’t matter.

I recommend the game because the developers did a really really good job in pulling this together in a way that it will keep you entertained while really focusing on you management and decision skills.

Well done, it’s a buy.

Real player with 10.8 hrs in game

Altwaldheim: Town in Turmoil on Steam

Business Heroes: Food Truck Simulation

Business Heroes: Food Truck Simulation

The Birth:

Every day while sipping his favourite Earl Grey tea, Master Lee reflects on his inability to find a true Business Hero to succeed him. The wealthiest entrepreneur alive knows only too well the cost of making a wrong choice. Refusing defeat, Master Lee decided to create the ultimate tool to reach every corner of the world. A Business Simulation challenge based on his very first business. And so, Business Heroes: Food Truck Simulation was born.


Prepare to make your fortunes in any capital city of your choice. Armed with some cash and a humble burger bike, begin your journey to become the richest burger business entrepreneur in the city.

The city is packed full of several groups of people, all with different tastes, eating habits, and earning power. You’re going to have to figure out the best recipes for each of them.

Start your business with a small burger bike stand and upgrade to more exotic stands as you become more profitable.

The City has 7 locations with a different population mix and cost of doing business. To sell more burgers, you’d have to adapt your strategy to fit the population in each location.

You’d also have to deal with weather conditions like snow and rainfall which affect the population size and their willingness to buy burgers.

To be successful, you must

  • Hook diverse customers with their perfect burger recipe

  • Offer burgers and drinks at prices customers can’t resist

  • Invest in equipment and upgrades to serve customers better

  • Snatch customers from the competition with timely marketing

  • Keep your employees smiling with bonuses and training that improves their skills

  • Respond quickly to weather changes and unexpected events

In this business simulation, you take all the business decisions at night and watch the result of your choices unfold during the day.


  • Experience fun but challenging game play inspired by real-world business and marketing strategy

  • Enjoy unique business experiences growing your enterprise in the capital cities of Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Philippines, Poland, Russia, South Korea, Turkey, Ukraine, UK, and the USA.

  • Trade in the actual currency of the City you are playing in and enjoy realistic price simulation

  • Upgrade and Expand your business to 7 Localities (Street Corner, Noisy Playground, Park Central, Big Station, Glamor and Hip Street, National Landmark, and The Finance Hub) within the City

  • Target customers you think would be more profitable with a market segmentation strategy

  • Experience weather simulation consistent with the actual weather conditions of the City you choose to play in.

  • Face and overcome simulated economic conditions that will test your business acumen.

  • Play against friends and family in the multiplayer/1v1 matchmaking mode.

Business Heroes: Food Truck Simulation on Steam