Clearly a labor of love for developer NewHopeGames, Avalon: The Journey Begins features a deep story and some complex space-exploration of an interesting, procedurally-generated universe that more technical players will likely adore, though this is not a casual experience by any measure.
This week Billy is checking out the full version of Orbital Racer after giving the demo version a look a few weeks back.
Based on the classic sci-fi television series, but set before the show during the first Cylon War, Battlestar Galactica Deadlock lets armchair admirals build and command the entire Colonial Fleet in stunning 3D tactical space combat.
SpinTires: Mudrunner is a different kind of mudbogging thrill. Tasked with driving 20-ton behemoths down muddy paths that are barely considered roads, you may only be driving a few miles an hour, but its every bit as exciting as any racer.
The latest hunting simulation, theHunter: Call of the Wild provides one of the most beautiful outdoor atmospheres ever rendered for a game, combined with realistic animal intelligence. Like in real life, it’s extremely difficult, but also rewarding for virtual hunters.
This week our Time Waster is actually a demo for a space racing game called Orbital Racer that it set to come out sometime this month.
Bomber Crew is the latest game from developer Runner Duck that puts you in control of bomber crew members at the outset of World War II. We take to the skies in the Gameindustry.com Lancaster Bomber with a secret weapon – we’ve painted the plane in brilliant rainbow colors!
If you have ever dreamed of building your own supercar, racer or supped-up jalopy, then Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 is your vehicle. You may have to perform a lot of drudgery to build up your garage’s prestige and funding first, but this is a digitalized heaven for grease monkeys nonetheless.
The Blissful Sleep DLC for Beholder lets us see behind the scenes of our favorite totalitarian apartment building, fleshing out the backstories of the residents we will eventually imprison, blackmail, or perhaps even ally with in this interesting, shadowy world.
Having piloted along with every step of Everspace development, we finally get to see the finished, open-universe space exploration game. It’s a rough and tumble world that pulls no punches. So, is Everspace finally ready to warp gamers into new adventures?