Originally released in 1994 as a rogue-like ASCII text adventure, ADOM, or Ancient Domains of Mystery, has evolved to offer a decidedly modern take on the title and genre while keeping the extremely challenging gameplay intact.
Although Animal Gods has an interesting concept, and gameplay that can be compared to the original Zelda, it unfortunately also seems to bend and eventually break under the weight of its own concept. Still, if you are looking for a cute and short diversion, you could do worse.
We thought that Coast Guard would be a simulation of the generally least-covered branch of the service, but it turns out that it’s more of an adventure type game with a heavy Coast Guard theme. Which may actually be a good thing.
Tales from the Borderlands takes the beloved shooter’s source material and redeploys it as a clever, well-written story-based adventure as only Telltale Games could successfully pull off.
Cross of the Dutchman tells the story of Pier Donia in his single man’s guerrilla warfare quest against an impossibly large invading army. And it tells it in a very bloody, beat-em-up kind of way that can be addicting if you are in the right frame of mind to play.
While many RTS titles are cookie-cutter versions of each other, The Red Solstice really changes things up by emphasizing both teamwork and individual soldiers, plus the ability to do things like slow down time by 90 percent. Explore The Red Solstice for a different kind of fight.
Act of Aggression, from strategic masters Eugen Systems, is a traditional RTS in an age where resource gathering was thought to be a thing of the past. The game has gorgeous graphics sitting over an old-school style fighting experience.
Fairy Fencer F embraces everything that constitutes JRPGs, anime and pop culture. While that might exclude some players from the fun, if players are even a little bit into any of those things, this RPG is really going to thrill.
Those who appreciate games on the more artistic side of the spectrum may very well find something to enjoy in RymdResa, a rogue-like space exploration game by new independent developer Morgondag.
On top of looking and sounding great, players can find a lot to love when exploring Victor Vran, a Diablo-like RPG that brings a lot of style to the genre. And the discount price doesn’t hurt either.