It’s time for the Steam Awards. This year, Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney is putting forward an indie game called Astlibra Revision which he hopes everyone will consider with a nomination because it’s certainly a labor of love for the developers and fun to play as well.
The Out There: Oceans of Time game tries to straddle the divide between a story-based title and a resource-management survival game, and it mostly succeeds by allowing the player to choose how they want to navigate between story nodes.
This week our intrepid Save State columnist goes into full detective mode in Lacuna, a delightful sci-fi mystery point and click adventure with a great story and some of the most impressive pixel graphics that we have ever seen.
CrossCode has a long history of awards that is especially impressive for an indie title. But that did not keep it from sitting on Vince’s backlist, until now. And he’s really glad he finally unwrapped this grand gift to gamers.
Blending deep storytelling, supreme characterization and good tactical combat, the Wildermyth RPG is a breath of fresh air for role-players who want to join their heroes from their first careful steps into adventure until their celebrated retirements.
Wildermyth, the character-driven mythmaking RPG that mixes the storytelling of D&D with the tactical combat of X-COM, has just launched a brand-new campaign for players. “Eluna and the Moth” is the most intricately crafted experience in the game yet, and mixes up the game’s formula in some big ways. To fit with the story, the first chapter takes a more structured approach with less of a focus on overland management. Many of the battles and events throughout the campaign happen at less expected points. The campaign happens over a smaller span of time, allowing the player’s starting heroes to make … Continue reading Wildermyth Early Access RPG Gets New Chapters →
Willy Morgan receives a mysterious letter from his father who’s been missing for ten years. Now it’s up to you to help Willy find out what happened to him in this delightful puzzle adventure for kids and the young at heart.
Billy’s taking a look at his last Time Waster before his grand finale next week and this time around its an Early Access game called Wildermyth.
CrossCode is a game that lots of fans of the simulated RPG genre have been watching for years in its long development slog. Finally released, CrossCode is packed with content that will keep players engaged for hours on end, though towards the end of the story, this may not be such a good thing. We dive into this long delayed title to see if it reaches RPG greatness.
This week the Time Waster is changing pace to focus on an Early Access game called To Hell with Hell that is up on Steam.