Covenanted is a hand-drawn rogue-like with RPG elements and an original turn-based combat system

A contract with the devil is always a bad idea [/]

The heroine of Covenanted, bound by a contract with the Devil, is on a journey through the magical world. Pursued by the Inquisition and blackmailed by the Devil, she has to balance between light and darkness in order to gain the support of powerful allies and break the endless cycle of rebirth

Combat Alchemy [/]

The journey is full of dangers! As the game progresses, the witch collects recipes for unique potions and gathers ingredients to make her magic even more powerful. Each recipe has its own unique effect

Procedural generation [/]

The global map of Covenanted is generated for each session. The variety of locations, the number of opponents and the available rewards are selected in such a way that each race is different from the previous one

Visual style [/]

We pride ourselves on the visual style of the game. All the main elements were drawn with ink on paper and digitized. The world of Covenanted is growing, our artists are working on new characters and locations

Random events and story quests [/]

We want players to feel the impact of the decisions made in story quests throughout the game. Despite one true ending, the fate of the Covenanted side heroes remains in the hands of the player

Fairy Middle Ages [/]

When creating the world, we were inspired by the worlds of the fantasy genre, world folklore, myths and legends. In Covenanted, elves and werewolves live in the same world with the characters of the Brothers Grimm fairy tales and ancient myths

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Covenanted on Steam

Elven Magic: The Witch, The Elf & The Fairy

Elven Magic: The Witch, The Elf & The Fairy

This story is to be implemented in time and it is based on a book called Elven Magic by Daniel Chay.

“A Game about Elves and Witches. Elven Voices delves deeper into Fae the elven witch’s apprentice and there endless struggle to recover their lost spell book from Earthen Lands without drawing any attention to themselves because this is strictly forbidden by the Elven Elders.

The story continues into another world and there are many twists and turns for Fae the Elven Girl and the Witch named Ellen that would have Fae be her apprentice to uncover. The imperial guard of the nearby capital city may prove difficult to avoid. It details the rise of a Wyvern Wraith and the plight of a Witch Wraith.”

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Elven Magic: The Witch, The Elf & The Fairy on Steam

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars

If I were to describe this game in one sentence it would be as follows: A game with strong foundation, but a lot of underutilized or wasted potential. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves and look at its strengths and weaknesses.


  • ART. Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars features very high quality art that is best represented on Cards. I can’t praise art of this game enough. Everything is very detailed, atmospheric, diverse and just a pleasure to look at.

  • ATMOSPHERE. This one is a bit subtle but at its core this game makes you feel like a vampire ruler who is playing a deadly game of influence and warfare. The fact that game represents quite a few things with cards certainly adds to this feeling.

Real player with 149.0 hrs in game

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After playing for 100 hours, completing the campaign, and finishing +16 sandbox with all factions, i can say that this game is, for the better parts :

  • Stable/Playable (I encountered no game crash, nor errors, with the “worst” bug being solved by simply surrendering the fighting in which i was stuck.) (Played on an Acer Nitro N50-600, I5-8400 CPU 2.8GHz, NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB, 8G RAM)

  • Enjoyable (Some part of the campaign may be more difficult than others but taken on the right angle, they become easier.)

Real player with 137.6 hrs in game

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars on Steam

Incredible Dracula: Legacy of the Valkyries

Incredible Dracula: Legacy of the Valkyries

Well, Dracula seems to have grown quite a few inches since the previous games

But besides from that: Another great game In the series.

I still love it

Real player with 19.5 hrs in game

Great game; love the whole series

Real player with 15.8 hrs in game

Incredible Dracula: Legacy of the Valkyries on Steam

Dreadful Shadows

Dreadful Shadows

Looks super promising, cant wait to see where it will end up!!

Real player with 309.0 hrs in game

The Victorian style really caught my eye the monsters seem decent and the game play looks compelling, its really nice to see so many indie game devs these days breathing fresh air in an otherwise stale market, keep up the good work

Real player with 91.8 hrs in game

Dreadful Shadows on Steam

Ninja: Rise of a Hero

Ninja: Rise of a Hero

My love! I miss you so much! The sneaky Dracula kidnapped you on the eve of our wedding… All my life I’ve trained for this moment! And was not ready for it…

I can endure any pain and take any blows without moaning!

I can imitate the sounds of any animals and birds!

I cleverly climb trees and swim in the water like a fish!

I am impeccable in Ninjato and the art of throwing shuriken!

I can see perfectly in the dark!

And I could not see the enemy in the daylight…

Ninja: Rise of a Hero on Steam

Rabbit Riot

Rabbit Riot

A first-person horror puzzle game with a rabbit in the title role.

  • Interesting combination of genres, fascinating game world, price. - gloomy and no multiplayer

in general I recommend!

Real player with 14.5 hrs in game

A typical representative of runner gaming, but with its own features, namely the first-person view, we are in the skin of a rabbit, and the most fun thing is that you don’t get tired of what is happening on the screen, when I last tried to play runner on the phone, I had enough for a maximum of 30 minutes…

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

Rabbit Riot on Steam

Devoul- Curse of the Soulless

Devoul- Curse of the Soulless

Good story

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

A game to congratulate. The main character pulls you into the game either by the playability or with the story. The scenarios are diverse and wake up your attention - the music also. You can “play” with the time of the game and stay by the small games and quests inside of it. It’s fun. I love it.

I miss the times when games were made to leave something to the player. I miss games like this.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Devoul- Curse of the Soulless on Steam

Bloody Layne

Bloody Layne

Bloody Layne tells a dark vampire story with fully voiced dialogue. You decide, how to play and which path the story will take.

  • Play as you want to play! Not grinding is most rewarding!

  • Drink the blood from your enemies, transform into a bat or become a new Nosferatu with his own servants. Let Layne bath in the blood of his enemies and become insane.

  • Unlock different endings, each with unique storylines and battles.

  • Choose between different skills and create your own playstyle.

  • Straight forward dialogue and meaningful dialogue choices, which have real consequences.

  • Enjoy fast combat with lots of variety. Encounter more than 30 enemy types, which will try to claim the bounty on your head!

Control Layne, who wakes up and finds out that he has been bitten by a vampire. A dark voice whispers to Layne in his head and teaches him how to defend himself with magic and how to get stronger! Now Layne will have to face his creator, who lives in his castle on the mountains. A random set of bosses will challenge Layne on his way to the top, like the Black Mage, who can help you to become human again. Layne might be haunted by the old castle ghost, who eventually transforms into his old rotten body. Sometimes a vampire hunter will show up, to challenge Layne to a duel. An Assassin might stop Layne and lets him dance to avoid a rain of bombs.

Tip: Just play as you want on your first playthrough and have fun.

Bloody Layne on Steam

Gunspell 2 – Match 3 Puzzle RPG

Gunspell 2 – Match 3 Puzzle RPG

Great idea, not well executed. Pvp pitched battles against enemies frequently a higher level than you. Responses that feel robotic and automatic, not personal, makes me wonder quite often if I am fighting a hman at all. To grow you chars or team takes a long time, but every time you achieve a growth, your pitched against better players than yourself. The losinf really takes its toll. The time for each abttle is also too long. In this day and age, why would anyone need so long to make a move? It becomes a ‘bore your opponant out’ move' effectively cheating to win. I’ve played a lot of hours and discovered that my percentage of going first in matches is equal to 30%. The whole game is sisded against you , imo to make you spend money to improve. Instead, just let people enjoy the experience/ Please, make some changes, make it fairer. Otherwise I have to recommend people play ‘Gems of War’ which is a much better game and a far happier experience. At least you can pick the level of your pvp challenge, rather than face an anwinable waste of time.

Real player with 143.1 hrs in game

a really well done game and really nice improvements over the first gunspell game like more characters and epic heroes to play with more smooth and intense combat animations nicer grapchics too i really hope for a gunspell 3 in the future cause boy i am hook with this series :D

Real player with 32.0 hrs in game

Gunspell 2 – Match 3 Puzzle RPG on Steam