Mr. Prepper is a clever game where your character is preparing for the worst. It’s still in beta, but we had so much fun with it we decided to dig into the state of the game this week so you could decide if you wanted to check it out.
War on the Sea is an extremely deep simulation game that follows the many battles and campaigns between the United States and Japan during World War II. You need to invest a huge amount of time into the game if you want to become proficient, but the rewards might just be worth it.
Working on the railroad was never so much fun as with Unrailed, a clever building game where you have to deal with outlaws, harsh terrain and supply issues to try and keep your train moving forward through this colorful, procedurally generated world.
In Body of Evidence you act as a crime scene technician, only this title has a major surprise. You don’t work for the cops. You are an agent of the bad guys, cleaning up all the evidence of their nefarious crimes.
If all of those Thanksgiving leftovers get to be too much, check out the new Pizza DLC for Cooking Simulator for a change of pace and palate. This one will have you using real recipes to craft the perfect pizza pies to please both yourself and your adoring customers.
Watch Dogs Legion is one of the most ambitious games ever created, giving players an entire living city full of people to recruit, fight, abuse or liberate, or just to hang out and play darts with if you want. As such, everyone’s game is going to be completely different, but all of them will be pretty awesome.
It sounds like a good idea in theory. Take the tall sailing ships of yesteryear and build a management simulation around them while you slowly gain prestige and power in the Royal Navy. But Her Majesty’s Ship turns into a bit of a click and wait fest that sinks the gameplay.
Feather offers a nearly magical experience where you fly your feathery avatar around a mysterious island. There are no goals other than letting go and relaxing as time passes and the weather slowly changes in this stress-free paradise.
There has never been a more realistic starfighter combat game as Star Wars Squadrons. You can even play in virtual reality which is s truly amazing experience. The game is heavily tilted in favor of multiplayer interactions, though the single player part still offers a decent ride.
Hard day at work? Want to get away from the craziness of the pandemic, or the election, or just real life for a while? Give Hadr a try for some peaceful and almost aimless gameplay designed for maximum relaxation.