Got myself a Steam Controller. Any hidden gems that use it in interesting ways?
An action adventure influenced by Zelda and Earthbound
In the world of Eastward, human societies are isolated and shrinking, due to some severe environmental problem. You will be playing a father with a following daughter, and go through this post-apocalyptic world
Dark Train is a strong narrative adventure with direct action gameplay. The art style of the game is based on paper and handmade papercuts. As a player you take the role of mechanical squid ANN 2.35f that controls the most important invention of the famous inventor D. W. Tagrezbung – DARK TRAIN.
An action game with pixel-art graphics and high difficulty
Hellmut is about a mad scientist whose experiment went terribly bad and he end up nearly dead (like only a skull and spine is left of him) in universe full of strange monsters which tries to kill him.
The Valhalla Cats's game will be launched the next week, the 12th of November.
The Purring Quest - PC
Somerville? The developer has a background in animation (did work on Age of Ultron) so it has great animations, it's sci fi with aliens, and it's a cinematic platformerEastward looks fucking amazing. Damn, i want that.
Hope it doesn't disappear like some games from TIGSource do. Still salty about that great looking one about aliens that had incredible animations. It was inspired by Another World i think? Can't remember the name.
Spectral: The Silicon Domain is a point and click stealth-puzzle game
Play as a data-thief, and infiltrate the secure servers of a series of corrupt corporations, stealing important protected data. Evade the security systems by changing colour to mimic the type of data you are stealing, and use the data you steal in between missions to upgrade your avatar's abilities.
I keep meaning to check it out, then get distracted. The team behind Only If has a new game in development. They have been teasing screenshots with a demo coming within a month.
"I've been hearing noises from the inside of the wardrobe. I try to convince myself they're rats, despite the human like knocking."
Fight and survive through 8 unique story-based scenarios, and try your hand at 40 individually designed turn-based combat missions. Journey deeper into the world of Hard West and meet a colorful cast of playable characters whose fates are intimately intertwined with yours. Together you will need to make divisive choices to uncover the ultimate plans of the ancient powers at play, as you unravel a deep narrative storyline featuring multiple endings depending on the choices you make during the game.
A minimal, atmospheric space survival & exploration game, set to deep ambient music.
Pilot the last vessel of a fallen civilization into the vast unknown in search of a new habitable world.
Explore and gather enough terraforming resources to create a beautiful and harmonious new planet, but take too much and you might incur the wrath of sentient alien life...
Damn, that sucks
That's why you need an iPad. So in the meantime, you can play Transistor and other indies
Need some good recommendations to pass the time? Sorcery series and 80 Days offer a hefty amount of gameplay and are pretty fantastic, play great on iPhone. The Sequence is a tricky puzzler, less complex than SpaceChem but with a similar conceptI have my phone! On there I have Fallout Shelter and... nothing else!
I'm gonna buy from Amazon today and go next day delivery I think - just an expensive hassle.
Need some good recommendations to pass the time? Sorcery series and 80 Days offer a hefty amount of gameplay and are pretty fantastic, play great on iPhone. The Sequence is a tricky puzzler, less complex than SpaceChem but with a similar concept
I'm a bit into Transistor. Just got Red up to level 5. Man the combat system is extremely clever. It's so fun to just mess around with different combinations of skills.
Also playing Super Meat Boy on Vita right now. I never played any other version before. I know they changed up the soundtrack and everyone is saying it straight up sucks, but I completely disagree. It's pretty rad so far imo. I understand people being attached to the old soundtrack, but saying it's shit is just hyperbole. Well, I mostly see that comment made in reaction to the forest level soundtrack, which I could see sounding pretty jank as a replacement. Many of the other tracks are good though.
Firewatch is releasing on February 6th.
Is it worth getting 80 Days on Steam now? Is that the "definitive" version or has that content been added to the iOS version?
Or is the joy of playing on phone better than doing so on PC?
You found a computer. What happened to the owner?
Slime Rancher is the tale of Beatrix LeBeau, a plucky, young rancher who sets out for a life a thousand light years away from Earth on the 'Far, Far Range' where she tries her hand at making a living wrangling slimes. With a can-do attitude, plenty of grit, and her trusty vacpack, Beatrix attempts to stake a claim, amass a fortune, and avoid the continual peril that looms from the rolling, jiggling avalanche of slimes around every corner.
Bombslinger is a Spaghetti Western single and (local) multiplayer player action game very much inspired by Bomberman.
It's a classic quest to avenge your family's murder by the hand of your younger brother and former posse-companion, the Gunslinger.
A puzzle game, where odd distant worlds fell apart, and Eon - a lonely wanderer living beyond the universe - is trying to get them back together.
A surreal, point and click adventure game, The Rivers of Alice is a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment where the player will need to help Alice confront the fears of her everyday life like: sloth, envy, and dishonesty that manifest themselves in the form of mysterious characters and puzzles.
In FAR, the player controls an extraordinary vehicle across the endless desert of a dried out sea.
The driver and the vehicle have to drive together through a desolated world, its dangerous weather and towards an unknown end.
The game combines an atmospheric journey with intuitive but complex mechanics.
Hey, always cool to learn that devs are on GAF. Love the art style, is there any footage?Hey More_Badass, I'm the guy behind PaperBlade, and I just wanted to drop a big thank you for mentioning/including my project in this thread!
I took a LONG hiatus from PB during last year (from GAF too, that's why I have only just seen this topic), and started it over a couple months ago. There will be way more substantial stuff to share, in the upcoming months. Thanks again for checking it out!
A puzzle platform game that relies heavily on story, character interaction, creative thinking, and poking.‬
In the year 20XX a confident, young horologist by the name of Strike is inadvertently transported into the past while attempting to repair a mysterious, abandoned clock tower. Endeavoring to return to the future, Strike must fix both the time machine and the island's dysfunctional family who are responsible for much of the clock's disrepair.