Steam Game Festival

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Six Choice Demos in the Steam Game Festival Autumn Edition


2020 may have sucked so far, but that doesn’t mean there’s not some bright spots amongst the gloom.

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Summer Spookin' in Monster Prom Sequel Monster Camp

A first look at the demo for Monster Camp, the upcoming sequel to hilarious "competitive dating sim" Monster Prom
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HROT Looks to Be an Excellent Throwback FPS


If you’re into old-school retro FPSes, there’s one game you will definitely need to keep an eye on.

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Ring of Pain Takes The Rei[g]ns From Other Deckbuilders


The first thing you notice in Ring of Pain is the style.

A memory error screen in Don't Forget Me

Solve A Conspiracy Through Memory In Don't Forget Me


It's a well-known fact that memory is an unreliable source of information. With the right triggers, we can be convinced to remember something that didn't happen or to omit something that did.

Lady Love Dies speaks in Paradise Killer

Paradise Killer Is A Wonderfully Weird Detective Story


It's very difficult to pull off "weird" in a story convincingly. Too much weird can risk alienating an audience, but too little can come across as desperate.


Improve, Adapt, and Dash Through the Wasteland In Undungeon


Undungeon isn't expected for release until late this year, but we were given a little taste of it during the Steam Game Festival.

Gloomwood's Opening Screen, showing options on signposts of a dimly lit Victorian city street

Gloomwood's Demo Backstabs My Expectations


The minute New Blood Interactive showed off the trailer for Gloomwood, I was immediately intrigued.

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Mess With Fight Crab And You Get The Claws


There's a lot of games in the world that make sense.

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Fights in Tight Spaces has Tight Fights in Tight Spaces

How tight can your fight be? Fights in Tight Spaces is all about fights in some of the tiniest grids I have ever seen. These fights are tight. Tight as in they're awesome, but also in the small sense. What I'm saying is... okay, look, the game is called Fights in Tight Spaces and that should tell you all that you need to know. I tried the demo out, because yeah, that appeals to me.