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.
NASCAR 5 pumps up the racing genre again with new game modes, new tracks, drivers and events. Coupled with a physics and graphical upgrade, NASCAR 5 is one of the best racers yet, and not one to be missed.
Get a chance to see what it’s like to be a first responder in the Accident simulation game. Save as many people as you can, find clues about what caused the accident and follow all procedures. And if you screw up, don’t forget to rewind time.
In CHANGE: A Homeless Survival Experience, you are tasked with surviving on the cold streets of a nameless city filled with uncaring and indifferent people. Made by a team that was almost homeless themselves, it offers a unique and difficult gaming adventure.
There are games that never get old, and Burnout is one of them. It’s still packing a massive punch after all these years with it’s no-rules racing. Burnout Paradise: Remastered slams over to the Nintendo Switch, and brings with it tons of white-hot, fiery crashes.
We should talk is an adventure game where the player must construct texts in order to build love or lies with their girlfriend, and other folks lurking in a neon-drenched bar. The range of good and bad choices is pretty amusing, and the game features nine possible endings.
Make War is a wargame that takes most of the planning elements and presents them almost like a logic puzzle. It makes for a nice twist on the Epic Battle Simulator genre. It’s lack of polish is forgivable given the very low cost of entry and many hours of fun gameplay.