And you thought your coronavirus lockdown was bad? In Crew 167: The Grand Block Odyssey, you have been alone for over 100 years, and your mind is playing tricks on you in this delightful sci-fi puzzle adventure.
Excerpt: Sonic Forces takes a little bit of a darker turn for the beloved series, with Sonic captured and players expected to fight to liberate him. Thankfully, its all in good fun, making Sonic Forces yet another hit for the franchise.
Congratulations, it’s a girl! Ciel Fledg: A Daughter Raising Simulator puts you in the role of a 30th century parent of a planet overrun by aliens. No pressure, but your job is to raise the most important child in the world.
Finally getting out on your own place is big deal, even in space. Too bad those pesky aliens are out to wreck your new apartment. Grab a broom, rally your roommates, and fight for your right to party in Out of Space.
You’re an apostate hunter in a world where demons roam and hide amongst humanity. Your goal? Liberate RotBork and kill them all. This comic book game has action, mystery, puzzles and lots of demon killing. So pretty much everything.
Diesel Punk Wars might only be in the demo phase on Steam right now, but even so, it shows a great amount of potential. Come build the ultimate, smoke belching killing vehicle with the Modern Gamer this week.
Tactical based games like XCOM used to be all the rage, but we have not seen as many these days. Corruption 2029 helps to bring them roaring back, with a dystopian future America tearing itself apart just in time for our next election.
Short on time or can’t get together with your friends every Tuesday night for Magic: The Gathering fun? Say no more. Magic: ManaStrike is like Magic: The Gathering in a fast-paced, real-time strategy game you can play on your smartphone.
We’ve all played deep MMOs on the computer, but what about on your phone? This week the Modern Gamer checks out Black Desert Mobile, the portable version of the popular PC online RPG. Will it cast a similarly powerful spell?
Are you bored with everyday life? Need a boost? Pick up Paranoia! It’s a game where the average worker-gamer gets introduced to a whole new parody of gaming in slapstick frustration. It’s weird, wild, weird again, and a little wonderful.