From eleven last week to a meager five this time – guess Valve’s still counting backward. Quality’s high though, with Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs being my #1 from this – rather small – batch of recent greenlight escapees. But what do you think, dear reader? Good stuff or a meh week?
Neptune Flux is a deep sea adventure game that takes place in the near future. You take on the role of an employee working for a dystopian corporation called A.Q.U.A. carrying out their oceanic operations. As you explore the open ocean you’ll discover supernatural wreck sites, ancient artifacts, lost treasure, and dark secrets. Neptune Flux is inspired by games like Myst, Minecraft, Fallout, and classic Lucas Arts point-and-click adventures. If you like story-driven exploration, this game is for you.
Steamroll is a puzzle and strategy game with a touch of arcade action and adventure. We like to say it takes elements from Portal, from the classic Marble Madness and from minigolf games. It creates a steampunk atmosphere where you will have to solve puzzles by designing and shooting steamballs from your vehicle to create ramps, walls, activate triggers, blow things away, and more.
Year 2030. With Japan’s recent advancements in information science and neuroscience, human memories can now be saved and recorded. The technology is referred to as “e-Memory.” However, due to the rapid increase in the number of crimes using the e-Memory technology, the government has introduced strict regulations on human memory data. In essence, the government now holds a monopoly on all human memory data.
Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs
Regalia is a new kind of JRPG straight from the heart of Europe. Tactical, turn-based battles mixed with rich story, social links, 4X elements, pleasant hand-drawn visuals and a fantastic soundtrack.
Song of Horror
Song of Horror is a story-driven third person survival horror combining an inspiration in the old school classics with modern design and visuals, evocative of mankind’s eternal fear of what cannot be understood. Take control of up to 16 characters who have been plunged, throughout time, into a nightmare for which they are not prepared.