Warparty takes the RTS genre to cave man times and mixes in some dinosaurs for good measure. And while it tries to capture the flavor of classic games like WarCraft, Age of Empires or StarCraft, it may only make you hunger for the originals.
This week Billy is mixing up the Time Waster by checking out MINImax Tinyverse, a MOBA-style game that is still in its Early Access on Steam.
The Time Waster this week is a game called Vroom Kaboom that takes a shot at mixing tower defense and card battles together.
Following onto the first game, though not requiring it, This is the Police 2 lets you run a rural town’s police department using strategic decisions and the occasional tactical battle. Keep the peace however you see fit, either clean and squeaky or violent and corrupt – the choice is yours.
Developer 11bit Studios have done it yet again, this time combining deep city and empire building, a haunting story, and plenty of surprises into the frozen masterpiece that is Frostpunk. Those looking for something new and cool (or cold) can chill out with this unique city-building experience.
Masters of Anima is an odd duck of a game. Perhaps best described as a mixture of Diablo and Pikmin, it certainly hits the quirky factor head on. But whether or not you will actually have fun with it is another question.
Spellforce 3 continues the excellent marriage of real-time strategy and role-playing game that the series is widely known for. Only now, the graphics are incredibly beautiful as you work to conquer this engaging fantasy world by brute force or clever tactics.
We are taking a look at Kingdom: New Lands this week, a new side scrolling strategy game from developer Noio and publisher Raw Fury. You read that right, it’s a side scrolling strategy game. While that might seem odd, the simple controls conceal a bevy of interesting and deadly strategic choices.
In this playthorugh of BattleGoat Studios Supreme Ruler The Great War, we take on the role of Belgium, which heroically held out against Germany’s ten times larger army for a month, and arguably saved Paris from a quick capture. Can we do better?
Set at the dawn of modern warfare, Supreme Ruler The Great War challenges armchair generals not only to fight and win World War I, but also to develop the tactics, technology and infrastructure to make such a victory possible. Play, fight, and shape the basis for today’s modern world.