Zombies Monsters Robots (ZMR), is a fantastically over the top looking third-person shooter in which you’ll fight (yup you’ve guessed it) zombies, monsters and robots. It features a suitably ridiculous Sci-Fi story about humans inventing a cross-dimensional portal that allows a whole army of nasty Zs, Ms & Rs access to our world. Of course, they’re not just popping over for a cup of … Read More
Earthlock: Festival of Magic is an original turn-based role-playing game set in a world of machines and magic, that stopped spinning thousands of years ago. You start off as Amon, a scavenger from a small desert town, who gets embroiled a conflict between two warring factions, and soon finds themselves on a quest for peace will take them to the corners of the world to … Read More
Skyforge is a beautiful looking, highly-stylized Sci-Fi Fantasy MMORPG featuring fast paced and dynamic combat inspired by console action games. The game is set in a universe of gods and heroes, who utilize futuristic technologies to fight off dangerous creatures and protect their planet against space invasions. Throughout the game players will develop their immortal warriors into powerful gods dominating the battlefield as invincible giants.… Read More
Celestian Tales: Old North is a great loking RPG featuring moral-driven storyline, six points of view, multiple personal arcs, and beautifully hand-drawn art.
Unlike other fantasy RPGs the storyline does not revolve around a dimension-defying sorcerer or an awakened godlike creature of ancient myths, but the darkness lurking in every man’s heart. Grey morals, questionable justice, and blind faith are among the main themes of … Read More
Black Ice is an excellent hacking-based cyberpunk roguelike FPS RPG set in a computer mainframe, with Tron-like neon visuals and lots of Diablo-style loot.
We first covered Black Ice around 6 months ago when it was in Alpha, but with the newly gameplay improvements and the start of the Steam Greenlight campaign, we thought it time for an update.
When you start the … Read More