Dragon Evo by Bromantic Games is an upcoming fantasy-themed tactical card game with over 300 different cards to collect. It will support cross-platform matchups against unknown players, or you can gather your friends and build your own clan. Players who prefer single player can opt for the campaign or adventure modes instead. Check out the video below for a quick look at the basics of the game, and be sure to wishlist it ahead of its 28 February 2022 Steam Early Access release
Corridor Z by Mass Creation is a unique runner where players must survive a zombie outbreak at a high school. This involves lots of intense sprinting through school corridors while throwing obstacles in the path of the relentless pursuers. The game is currently 90% off as part of the Steam Week Long deal, so check out the video below for a quick look at the action
The face of multiplayer gaming has evolved at a rapid pace over the past 20 years. The days of playing your sibling at Super Mario Kart using a split screen on your mom’s 14” TV are long gone. Nowadays, it is possible to join players from around the world while also playing across multiple devices.
If you want to get the most out of multiplayer gaming, however, it’s vital that you invest in the right features. Use this checklist to level up your multiplayer gaming today
BIGFOOT by CyberLight Game Studio is a survival horror game about hunting Bigfoot. Players can either go up against Bigfoot controlled by AI or pit their skills against another player controlling the monster. This video features the team going into the game for the very first time and trying to hunt Bigfoot on the Winter Park map
Wytchwood by Alientrap, Whitethorn Digital, and WhisperGames is a crafting adventure game set in a land of gothic fables and fairytales. Stepping into the shoes of a mysterious old witch of the woods, players must explore a strange countryside, collect magical ingredients, brew sorcerous enchantments, and more. These can be used for devious spells and sorceries, such as turning the greedy into frogs. Check out the video below to see the game’s opening moments in action
ANVIL by Action Square is a multiplayer co-op top-down sci-fi roguelike action shooter currently on Early Access. Playing as Vault Breakers, players get to explore various galaxies and fight monsters to find the valuable relics inside Vaults. Every galaxy in the game consists of random planets and unique boss monsters, while more than 100 randomly generated artifacts and dozens of weapons keep each session fresh. Check out the video below to see some action on the first two planets of the Czerny Galaxy
Sixtar Gate: STARTRAIL by Lyrebird Studio, Magical Works and CFK Co is a rhythm game for keyboard set against a space exploration backdrop. The game is currently on Steam Early Access, and the developers aim to create a fresh new rhythm game. Sixtar Gate: STARTRAIL features songs from artists any rhythm game fan would recognize and some original songs exclusive to the game. Check out the video below to see the game in action, and be sure to wishlist it on Steam if you like what you see!
Exo One by Exbleative and Future Friends Games sends players on a gravity-defying journey through space and time with an alien craft. The blueprints for this craft were sent to humanity via an alien signal on the anniversary of the Jupiter disaster. As a result, players must master the truly alien traversal system to move through enigmatic and desolate alien landscapes in ways they’ve never experienced before. Check out the video below to see Exo One in action
Poppy Playtime is a horror/puzzle adventure by MOB Games set in an abandoned toy factory. Players can find a GrabPack to hack electrical circuits or nab anything from afar, but vengeful toys are waiting in the dark. This video feature covers the arrival at the toy factory up until the discovery of the second hand for the GrabPack. Poppy Playtime currently includes the first chapter of the game, with future chapters planned as paid DLC
Video gaming has evolved to an almost unrecognizable state today. Gone are the days when large-scale projects told a story from beginning to end, and that’s it. Of course, narrative, story-driven adventures are still made, yet you are offered pre-order bonuses for an in-game advantage or DLC a little later after release. But for many games, in-game purchases are added continuously as developers and publishers seek to maximize profits and capitalize on gamers’ needs