On an ordinary day, about a dozen new games are released on Steam. And while we think that’s a good thing, it’s understandable it’s difficult to compensate. Potentially attractive gems will surely disappear in a flood of new things to play unless you sort through every game released on Steam. So that’s what we do. If nothing interests you this week, we have collected the best PC game You can play now and run lists from new game 2020.
Release: Maybe 21
Developer: Unnik Studio
Price: $ 18.99 | £ 14.49 | AU $ 26.95.9
Timelie is a beautiful isometric puzzle game with an interesting touch: besides controlling the character of the player, you will also manipulate time. Basically, each puzzle or scenario is a video that you can fast forward or rewind. You will correct mistakes using the first, and avoid disaster by using the latter. In addition to the anonymous protagonist, there are also cats, who do many things to sell them to me in particular.
Release: Maybe 22
Developer: Bugbyte Ltd.
Price: $ 22.99 | 18 £ 18.99 | AU $ 34.99
Launched into Early Access last week, Space Haven is a simulator and strategy game about building a spaceship from scratch and keeping it afloat. In addition to building elements, there is a lot of micro management that must be considered: your crew must remain happy and well-nourished, and you must also “create optimal gas conditions.” In addition, expect to find other crew members in outer space as you explore the universe. Besides all this fun stuff, Space Haven also has an art style that is reminiscent of XCOM: UFO Defense.
Release: Maybe 20
Developer: Origame Digital
Price: $ 14.99 | 11 £ 11.39 | AU $ 14.50
Umurangi Generation is a first-person photography game created in the “annoying future” version of Tauranga, a city in New Zealand. Considering how beautiful the city is after glancing online, the shitty future featured in this game might not be like most other video game dystopi you’ve ever visited. Indeed, the art style of Umurangi Generation is its strongest feature, which is lucky, because all the games are about taking pictures.
Release: Maybe 22
Developer: Shiny Shoe
Price: $ 24.99 | £ 19.49 | AU $ 35.95
Monster Train is roguelike deckbuilding, but don’t scroll yet: this one seems very good, a) because Chris wrote back in January, and b) because it is set on the train to glide to the real hell. There are single player and PvP campaigns online, and you will handle more than 220 cards, as part of one of five clans, each with ten levels to unlock. If you like Slay the Spire, but always think it would be better if it was arranged with the hell train, try this.
Release: Maybe 22
Developer: Muse Games
Price: $ 19.99 | 17 £ 17.99 | AU $ 28.95
Embr is a first-person fire fighting game with a focus on cooperative games, but joins in expecting something more similar to Overcooked! rather than saying, sim is serious. This is set in “a hyper-capitalist reality where traditional emergency services are a thing of the past,” which explains how chaotic and slapping respondents are. For example: saving people by throwing them 50 meters across the map is not something a professional fire department will do. The Embr is in Early Access and currently offers around 2-3 hours of gameplay, but more will be added before the official launch.
These games are released between 18 May and 25 2020. Some online stores give us small pieces if you buy something through one of our links. Read us affiliate policy for more information.
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