Hero’s Hour

Hero’s Hour

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Hero’s Hour is an accessible, yet-deep and content-rich Strategy Roleplaying Game. Take control of your hero, explore the world, build up your town, fight fast-paced battles, level up your hero and amass an army large enough to take out the opponents - before they take you out.

Turn Based + Real Time

While exploring the overworld and developing your town and army are both turn-based, giving you time to think and plan out your next moves, in battles your units will do the best to fight for themselves in real time - all hundreds of them. Cast spells and give attack orders to swing the tide of battle - or just sit back and watch as your might unfolds.

Procedural Generation

Hero’s Hour brings impactful procedural generation to the strategy game formula, ensuring that every time you play, there will be new areas to explore and strange buildings to enhance your hero or army. Seek out obelisks to start you on small procedural quests that send you around the world. You won’t even be able to use the same build order each time you play the same faction.


  • 10 factions with special mechanics, strengths and weaknesses

  • 20 hero classes, with a special skill each

  • 36 common hero skills

  • 134 units (without counting upgrades)

  • 70 unique unit abilities

  • 145 artifacts

  • 75 spells & abilities

  • Dozens of impactful map buildings

  • Local “hotseat” multiplayer

  • Co-op with other players or even with the AI

There’s a lot of stuff in this little game!

Being on the faster side compared to other turn based strategy games, you may even be able to finish the hotseat games that you start!

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Hero's Hour on Steam



very much a “my first xcom game” featuring turn based rpg, great gun fire, fun abilities that are simple and it works and for the most part looks good doing it.

safe for kids

some fun with friends

Real player with 34.7 hrs in game

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I’m not a fan of the cartoon that this game is based on since I grew up in the 90s and loved the original series but despite that this game has a fun little story and the game play had some fun and unique strategy elements. I wouldn’t buy this game unless it was on sale since it was short and left me wanting more or at least for a campaign where you play as Decepticons, but maybe one day they will add DLC.

Real player with 18.3 hrs in game




This is a brilliant example of the kind of wonderfully niche games that steam makes possible. The mechanics are simple and (mostly) intuitive. The AI is surprisingly clever and will catch you off guard if your not careful, and the lore and aesthetics are excellent, Well worth the price.

Only two points of criticism:

First, some of the terms and concepts aren’t properly explained, Raiding (which I think just means when rebels attack though I’m not sure) is one, coalition building is another. I cant figure out how to chose who is in my coalition and it makes the endgame a bit frustrating.

Real player with 17.9 hrs in game

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An absolutely kickass game with a lot of potential. Not only is the gameplay great, but the story and all of the intel reports are top class. Since this was made by a TNO dev, it has a distinct TNO-type vibe to it that I absolutely love.

Real player with 15.4 hrs in game

Tyrannis on Steam



Probably the best game ever made, Not biased of course.

Real player with 23.2 hrs in game

The AI is very stupid and only does bad trades without attacking face. I like the card design and I am having fun farming.

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

ProtoStone on Steam

Worms Revolution

Worms Revolution

Worms Physics Revolution

At its core, Worms Revolution is another Worm clone with modern graphics.

That said, WR does bring its own brand new elements to the game that set it, if not above, equal with most of its predecessors.

The core game is still the same great combo of;

🔸 Turn based team warfare,

🔹 Tons of weapons,

🔸 Dozens of tools,

🔹 Endless random maps,

🔸 It’s own quirky worm comedy,

🔹 Single player champing,

🔸 Puzzle / Challenges,

What Worms Revolution adds;

Real player with 420.5 hrs in game

If you don’t know Worms, you have missed something in life. There is nothing in this world comparable to the sweet brutality of the warfare of these tiny little jerks. They put sticks of dynamite on each others' heads, throw explosive bananas, holy grenades and now even water bombs, let sheep and skunks explode, shoot with guns and water pistols, launch air-strikes and smash each other through the air with a good old smack on the head, executed with a baseball bat.

I used to play Worms 2 as a 12-years-old, and more than two decades later, I still love this game series. The combination of a totally original gameplay, outstanding humour and yet being a serious strategy game make it a winner.

Real player with 80.6 hrs in game

Worms Revolution on Steam



I was a beta tester for the game during the summer, and felt it was really going somewhere. It turned out beyond my expectations! The game kept upgrading, both graphic-wise and strategy-wise, as the developer added new pieces and maps each time more complex and fun. Also, the addition of the level editor makes the game all the more replayable.

**You should definitely buy the game, even only to support the developer.

To make it short, the game is awesome!**

Real player with 24.2 hrs in game

If you like to play chess and have some sci-fri of it, you have come to the correct place, this game have chess with laser that spice thing up.

Here at this game you can use different type of piece for your own each strategy.

What more you can create your own custom map and play with your friend to have some fun.

Real player with 9.7 hrs in game

CHESS with LASERS on Steam

RISK: Global Domination

RISK: Global Domination

This game is very well thought out and could be fun to play. I’ve been looking for a long time to play Risk with others online. I started playing Risk in 1968, when the game still had wooden pieces. I’ve played this 1968 game hundreds of times with my friends over the last 50+ years. This online game is nice, too, because it has other variations of play - other maps and settings, etc. This keeps the game from getting boring from everybody always trying to take Australia at the beginning of the game. But I found much to my DISMAY that the dice are RIGGED in favor of players who seem to have played the game here longer than me. I’m an accountant by trade, so I’m an expert in probabilities. Over and over again (4 out of 5 times), I’m either the fifth or sixth player out of six to get my first turn. Almost never am I first or second to start. Even worse, many times (too many to count) I have overwhelming odds of capturing a crucial country from an opponent (i.e. 9 armies to 1, or 12 armies to 2, etc.), and I lose ALL my armies, and the opponent comes through completely unscathed. The game program tells you the odds of capturing the country that you’re attacking - 75%, 80%, 90% & 95% - but dozens of times I EAT IT and I LOSE EVERYTHING just trying to take that one country. The game even claims that the program evens out the odds somewhat so these big losses can’t happen. But constantly I have the odds overwhelming in my favor, but it doesn’t work out that way at all. After playing the old board game with REAL DICE hundreds of times, losing 9 armies to 1 only happened ONCE, way back in 1974 (I remember it to this day, I was so P/O’ed), but I estimate this has happened to me 150 times so far with THIS game, out of playing 200 games. This really sucks, and its made me so mad I’ve considered deleting this game from my library! Maybe though, if I keep playing it the odds for my dice rolling will improve. We’ll see…

Real player with 126.7 hrs in game

I feeled the need to make a review because this game get too much hate for what it is.

Yes there’s a premium mode that you can get for 10€ so you can play as long as you want.

So it’s not really a free to play but you can still play 2-3 games per day against other player and it’s unlimited against bots.

You have access to EVERY maps even if you don’t own them. You just need the DLC to HOST a game but you can still join someone who own theses maps.

It’s not a demo (people said this in some review) because you can play the entire game and even play to the DLC maps. The game is limited in a way that you can’t play as long as you want but hey… It was a mobile game so ofc things are not the same on mobile. There’s some change to be made are people can share their though about it (and they should) but this game is what it is supposed to be, it’s Risk. The devs seems to care about the opinion of the community and are trying to improve the game for the PC gamers we are.

Real player with 121.4 hrs in game

RISK: Global Domination on Steam

Worms Ultimate Mayhem

Worms Ultimate Mayhem

After hundreds of hours and over 10 years, I figured it’s about time I sit down and write a review for this masterpiece in gaming history. This gem holds a very special place in my heart, and it will forever be one of my all-time favorite games. To me, this is Team17’s magnum opus. It doesn’t get any better than this. It is the reason I first began to engage with the Steam community years ago when I created the Worms Ultimate Mayhem Militia with my brother, and it’s the reason I have hundreds of friends on Steam today. To put it quite simply, Worms Ultimate Mayhem isn’t just a game, it’s one of my passions. I know the new Rumble has beautiful graphics and a much larger playerbase, and the 2D games like Armageddon are beloved and often regarded as best, but in my humble opinion this is the greatest Worms game there is.

Real player with 362.6 hrs in game

Worms 3D + Worms 4 Mayhem together, with remastered graphics? Awesome!

All is good, good except the lack of effort put into it.

I almost feel like they were doing something good but quit half-way because deadlines or something, they didn’t even do much follow up after release besides patching game-breaking bugs that didn’t allow people to play at all. If I’m recalling correctly the beta correctly, they were trying to put the teleporter utility back in, but ended up not for who knows what reason (although I never got to play it at that time personally due to game launching bugs, so I watched someone else also in the beta who could).

Real player with 176.7 hrs in game

Worms Ultimate Mayhem on Steam

Axis & Allies 1942 Online

Axis & Allies 1942 Online

No game has made me hate my friends more……………love it

Real player with 300.4 hrs in game

Whether it’s nostalgia for the board game, general interest in WWII history, or mere affection for turn based strategy games, you’re going to fall into both love and addiction with Axis & Allies 1942 Online.

Real player with 44.7 hrs in game

Axis & Allies 1942 Online on Steam

Conquest of Elysium 5

Conquest of Elysium 5

Conquest of Elysium 5 is the next iteration of the past CoE games with more content, and with nearly the same (pixel art) graphics that were used in Civilization 2. They have gotten a little better over the years, but not much. If you played CoE4, there are three new factions, new modding tools, and new “Planes” within each map to conquer. The biggest difference for me from the previous version was not just that there was more to conquer though, it is that the “more” that exists is also now much more accessible. More on this below:

Real player with 193.4 hrs in game

I love this game, I never get tired of it. It strike the perfect balance between complexity and accessibility.

Real player with 167.9 hrs in game

Conquest of Elysium 5 on Steam