I feel like lately there is a growing number of city-building/simulation games coming out or I started noticing them more, but anyway that is not a bad thing, at least not for me. Ever since I was a child I liked games where you had to build and develop, my
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West of Loathing is a new RPG from Asymmetric Publications, the team that brought us the browser-based RPG The Kingdom of Loathing. All things loathing are steeped in a very particular sense of humor.The artstyle is mostly on the
Retro Arcade games surely do have an interesting design and gameplay. I never got to experience going to an arcade myself. I could only imagine the thrill of going up to the arcade cabinet and inserting a coin to play. Though, I have been able to play many arcade games
Indygo, a new atmospheric, narrative game published by Fat Dog Games is nearing it's release and now everyone gets a chance to experience it's story via free e-book available on Steam. Game will be out October 24th.Indygo is an atmospheric, narrative game with adventure and point’n’click elements, that takes on
Ah, not every day do you get the excitement of waking up with amnesia from a futuristic jet crash. You can smell the fresh smell of destruction, standing up as the wind blows through your luscious hair. You stop to think, how could you get to such a beautiful site?
Ever wanted to date a flirtatious shark girl? No? Then maybe you should bump it up your list, and nab Shark Dating Simulator XL, a click through visual novel with fish gags galore from the comedic mind of Conan McPhee. It's short and sweet, well maybe sweet is the wrong
Real-Time Strategy games are fun, I’ve always enjoyed them. Especially the Civilization series from Sid Meyers. I’ve always found it thrilling and exciting to see how well you can outsmart an artificial intelligence. But what if I told you there was a game dubbed as the first “Optimistic Strategy Game”?
When it comes to RPGs, I’m normally very picky. I can’t say I’ve honestly ever played an RPG all the way through. But one game I saw recently caught my eye. That game is My Time at Portia. This is an indie open-world RPG being developed by Pathea Games. It
Japanese culture has always fascinated me, but at the same it time weirds me out. On one hand: You have infamous legends like Hitori Kakurenbo; a ritual game where you play hide and seek with a dark spirit from the fourth dimension. On the other hand: a huge amount of
I like city building Sims, the way you get to play God and send destruction down upon your people; very old testament. But in this game, you can only influence the one goings of your civilization, and you really do want them to survive as it is your legacy as