Kingslayer: The First Assassin

Kingslayer: The First Assassin

The graphics are very simple and the guitar music is pleasant.

The puzzles surprised me, they are really interesting and smart. I liked this game.

The option to download the music is welcome, the on-screen menu is intuitive, clean and works well.

The level selection is very good.

Extreme simplicity in everything, but it fulfills what is proposed.

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

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A simple and yet very fun puzzle game! The medieval atmosphere sets the mood with a clean minimalistic design. Recommended for the puzzle lovers!

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

Kingslayer: The First Assassin on Steam

Clash II

Clash II

Clash II story, similar to its predecessor, will be set on the mystic land called Karkhan. For years, there has been conflict between invaders bearing the signs of one God, self-called Purians, and a population that has lived for generations there, practicing magic and worshiping many Gods.

The growing conflict will take us back to the center of the war between the two factions. The story will take place almost fifty years after the events of Clash, when the Purians won the war. They will spread even further their faith and laws.

The initial assumption of the Clash II story are the times unfavorably called Pagan Reaction - when our ancestors rebelled against the new faith imposed on them by force and sword. During the game, we will be able to lead natives, disagreeing with the dogmas of the new faith and rebel against a foreign culture of invaders who want to extend their influence to the entire continent.

In the campaign of the Purians, we will lead the fate of the hero sent with a penitentiary mission, aimed at taking over the kingdom from the hands of Willhelm, who by his behavior lost the favor of the Holy Servant.

Heathens will be lead by heroine, burdened by her Gods to unite agitating tribes and help them stand as one to protect the forgotten customs and their own freedom.

In both cases, the basic units will be the forces that we know from chronicles and history, strengthened, of course, by beasts from mythology and legends.

How we lead our own kingdom – through battles, covenants, diplomacy, technological and spiritual development – will have a big impact on the shape of the game. During the campaign, we will traverse almost the entire continent, where we will be able to fight wild beasts, find treasures and ancient places of worship. In addition, we will encounter marauders and deserters and perform many additional tasks that are waiting hidden for unneutered seekers.

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Clash II on Steam

Guards of the Gate

Guards of the Gate

I am definitely having fun with this game, so I can recommend it. I didn’t really like it at first, but as I experimented with the different team combinations and learned more about the game play, I really started to get into it.

This isn’t a fancy game. You create a team of three characters. Mutant, Knight, Ninja, Ranger, Wizard, and Shaman. You navigate a world map by moving from spot to spot. Each spot is either empty, has a battle grid with monsters, has a reward statute, has a merchant, has a new skill, etc. The maps aren’t that big.

Real player with 22.2 hrs in game

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I like turn-based tactic games, and I am hardcore gamer who dedicated many hours to the XCOM series. However, sometimes I turn to obviously more simple games, like Guards of the Gate.


  • Nice look, for the game of that kind quite fair;

  • Interesting map system without out-of-battle healing and statues which strengthen teams in next runs;

  • Some skills that I have not encountered in other games of this type;

  • Simple but enjoyable battle system on small hexagonal fields.


  • The game is very badly balanced, for now. Some classes are more useful than others; teams of certain type make walkthrough very easy, and others - very hard, but irritating hard, because of bad skills combination and artificial weaknesses. This is very important, because for turn-based tactic game to be replayable it must have various strategies and approaches. Now there is only one effective approach.

Real player with 19.8 hrs in game

Guards of the Gate on Steam

Lost Eidolons

Lost Eidolons


Fight your way through challenging story-driven combat scenarios on a classic turn-based grid. Face off against archers, spellcasters, mounted units, monsters, and more. Choose the right weapon for each enemy, and wield elemental magic to turn the terrain to your advantage.


Create the perfect fighting force, with over 20 CHARACTERS and 10 CLASSES to choose from (with more to come). Recruit your allies and build Rapport in camp, with MEALS, TRAINING, AND CONVERSATION. Then take your troops to the battlefield and show off what you’ve learned.


Enter the land of BENERIO, a war-torn nation by the sea. Join small-town mercenary EDEN and vengeful noble BALASTAR as they fight to bring down the Empire and take back their homeland.

But do the means of revolution justify the ends?

And when the smoke clears… what comes after?


Take on the corrupt LUDIVICTAN EMPIRE and shape the next chapter in the land of ARTEMESIA, a feudal landscape of hulking castles, mudstained towns, and forgotten gods waiting to be unleashed.


Be transported to a world of myth and war, with a moving string soundtrack by CLARK ABOUD, composer for hit indie titles like Slay the Spire, Factory Town, and Kind Words (winner of the 2020 BAFTA Games Award).

Lost Eidolons on Steam

Grid Slayer

Grid Slayer

Replayability allert!

Please let the look not mislead you. This game should be played by every player who likes card battles.

This game hits all the right buttons to be fun to play.

You are dropped on a gridfield and you get to choose where. Weather and environment are part of the things you need to keep in mind.

You start with a small number of assets (cards) and it is up to you how to use and manipulate (mods)those.

If you win, you gain cards and mods. If you lose, you sometimes get money to buy certain upgrades.

Real player with 16.5 hrs in game

I just started this game and I already love it. If you are into strategy games that are easy to pick up but take a while to master, then this is the game for you. I like the characters and the different challenges that are put on the field, Only thing I would like to see is a fun animation when you kill one of the bad guys, I will edit my review as I get more into this game. Thanks for your time and happy gaming : )

Real player with 13.8 hrs in game

Grid Slayer on Steam

Kuro Tactics

Kuro Tactics

This game reminds me of playing Fire Emblem Sacred Stones on Game Boy Advance!!!

I love the art style. I like how the items actually matter a lot. I like that the plot didn’t take itself too seriously, which made it fun. My favorite level was actually the final level, it was a unique mechanic and a challenge.

This is a great tactics game that only took me a few hours to beat!

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Didn’t really know what to expect when playing this game….. but honestly found myself getting wrapped up in it. Damn near 3 hours out of nowhere and very rewarding item progression. I like the freedom of character builds as you aren’t hard-lined to one play style for each class of character. Pretty noteworthy for an Indie title. If I didn’t have to work tomorrow I would have kept going.

Challenge 10/10

Story 8/10

Gameplay 8/10

Bang for your buck 11/10

In my personal opinion, I should get an hour of enjoyable play for each dollar I spent. So far I’m on track for more than that and I’m only halfway through. Just gotta keep in mind this is and Indie title and only has a single developer. Show some support and who knows?

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

Kuro Tactics on Steam

Noara: The Conspiracy

Noara: The Conspiracy


Real player with 22.2 hrs in game

I’m definitely biassed, but I’m super proud to be a part of it and this game is already incredible.

And it will be even better once we reach the finished version!

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Noara: The Conspiracy on Steam

Ruin Hunters

Ruin Hunters

Ruin Hunters is a turn-based tactical game where players must lead a party of three heroes. Wander into the deep of the dungeons, defeat enemies, gather treasures, while your party grows in power.


▪ Turn-based combat (position your heroes, and choose the right skill for attack or defense)

▪ Use the environment (use it for cover, attack, or just simple push the enemy to it)

▪ Level up your heroes (learn new skills, talents)

▪ Momentum points (some skill generates points, some needs points to cast, but when the hero reaches the maximum momentum, he will be able to perform stronger actions with the skills)

Ruin Hunters on Steam

SGS Heia Safari

SGS Heia Safari

The game has a campaign game and four campaigns which start in 1915, 1916, 1917 and 1918 and run to the end of the War. I have been playing the game for over a month and am greatly enjoying it. It has good period feel and the game captures well the asymmetric nature of the conflict with lumbering large Allied forces chasing the German forces, made up almost entirely of native askaris, who wage an effective campaign of raids, cutting Allied supply lines and overpowering isolated Allied garrisons.

Real player with 8.6 hrs in game

It has always been my belief that games can succeed in two ways. The first, through the intricacies of its systems, how they relate to one another, and the opportunities they present for players to express themselves within its world. The second, thorough the novelty of expert explorations of its setting. Sometimes, but not often, we’ll be presented with games that manage to do both. Heia Safari’s iterative design doesn’t stray far from its established formula, and I’m assuming, the reason for that, is the existence of an already established fan base and the recently well-received SGS Afrika Korps. I’m hesitant to call this an all-out review, per se, because I enjoy doing reviews properly, going in-depth with every little detail, something I can’t afford to do with SGS right now, but I’ve spent a long couple of hours in the game, so I should be confident enough to share my opinion on it.

Real player with 8.3 hrs in game

SGS Heia Safari on Steam

Eternal Warfare

Eternal Warfare

I have been dabbling in this game for a few years now and I have watched it develop and improve with the developer happy to listen and take on boards ideas and suggestions. Whilst it easy to describe it as a turn based Command and Conquer it is more than that and what is important about it is that it is simply great fun. Different game modes cater for your mood- you can battle through the various campaigns (which vary in challenge from winning through sheer force to more subtle and stealth scenarios), fight off waves of enemies in the invasion mode or conquer the world in huge skirmishes against an impressive AI which cannot be bargained with and which has had me on the ropes more than once when I let my guard down. The graphics are fun, the selection of units is interesting and all for a bargain price. What more do you want?

Real player with 56.3 hrs in game

please play this advace wars clone… please… i need someone to play with

Real player with 16.6 hrs in game

Eternal Warfare on Steam