If you want a different challenge comparable with Super Meat Boy but not quite like the popular Cuphead, then Almost There: The Platformer might be the Indie gem for you. What lacks in graphics makes up for it in the overall challenge and game mechanics.
Procedurally-generated dungeons? How about a procedural skill tree that changes every time you play? That’s replayability for all of you, Diablo and Path of Exile fans. Endless fun, endless way to kill, and yes, endless ways to die, also…
Welcome to a dystopian future where surveillance is everything. You are an integral part of this system as you have to spy on your neighbors and report any wrongdoings against the State. But will you do that? Or will you choose another path?
Unleash your rage in one unique fighting Battle Royale like platformer. Choose your favorite character and combat style, challenge your brother or your Steam friends and never look back. Brawlout is a keeper.
From the original, award-winning X-COM game designer, Julian Gollop comes a new interesting gem that is Chaos Reborn. Many would say it’s an ‘easy to learn, difficult to master’ type of experience. Will you agree?
For an arcade shooter of the 90s, Devils Daggers is quite a copycat: smooth movement mechanics that can help you survive & only daggers to defend yourself from hordes and hordes of demons. Don’t worry if you die… we all do at some point.
Many would call Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor a depressing capitalism simulator. Your character is all caught up in a daily routine that apparently she can never escape... Or maybe she would if she had your help.
If one wants to describe Downfall in several words, romanticism gone horribly wrong would be a way to put it. This isn’t your average dark game, it’s actually quite complex with a very rich story about depression and deteriorating mental health.
If you feel the need to play God at a significant discount, then Equilinox might be the steam game for you. Extreme customization of the ecosystem in a given environment with lots of options to choose from… are you not entertained?
Cute combat style and fun multiplayer battles. That’s Fantasy Versus in a nutshell. Be wary though. You’ll hardly find anyone on the official servers, so be sure to bring friends along with you, for the ride.
A whole lot of fun killing endless waves of zombies for just half a Euro. Plus a lot of replay value too. Now with the ability to build and defend your base for even more zombie killing frenzy. Addiction guaranteed!
A little bit of Stardew Valley… but not quite, really. Drop the lovely farming & fulfilling social life, add a lot of corpses & undead in a grimmer medieval landscape and you might actually enjoy Graveyard Keeper.