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Open-world platformer A.N.N.E coming to Steam Early Access in June

A.N.N.E, the open-world action platformer about two robots in love, will go on Steam Early Access starting June 18. Developer Gamesbymo announced on the game's Kickstarter page that A.N.N.E will be available for a reduce during the Early Access phase. That way, they are hoping to draw in more people and receive more feedback...

Sigma Theory: Global Cold War Early Access preview: Singularity is coming

Sigma Theory
Sigma Theory: Global Cold War is an indie management game in Early Access, developed by Goblinz Studio and inspired by Civilization, XCOM, and Tropico. When a new scientific method is discovered, you lead a science division and a network of spies in a cold war against rival nations to be the first to harness the ultimate technology.

Warriors: Rise to Glory Early Access preview: Your own gladiator dynasty

Warriors: Rise to Glory is an Israeli indie game, developed by Gavra Games. It is a turn-based fighting game with RPG elements, in which you play as a brave warrior at the beginning of his path to becoming the greatest gladiator there ever was. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbvnOpBF2T8 Creating the Ultimate Fighter

World War 3 Early Access preview: War is inevitable

World War 3 Early Access
The farm 51's military shooter, World War 3 has entered its Early Access phase on Steam. We've decided to check out and see if it can match the big guns of the Call of Duty and Battlefield series in all-out war. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LixwFCb6LnY WW3 is a first-person multiplayer shooter, which revolves around a modern, global conflict between two major sides: the East,...

Co-op horror game The Blackout Club sleepwalks into Early Access

The Blackout Club underground tunnels
After a long beta period, The Blackout Club, a co-op horror game about teens fighting the evil forces that took over their town and enslaved their parents, is now available in Early Access. The official announcement reads: "The Blackout Club, our 4 player cooperative horror game, is available now for Early Access on Steam! "We have been beta testing for the past...

Cheap Golf Early Access preview: Come for the golf, stay because SUSAN made you

Cheap Golf preview
Cheap Golf is both tedious and intriguing at the same time. It's tedious because all you do is fling a square golf ball (or a "boop" as the game calls it) over and over again through increasingly tricky and/or trippy levels. The intriguing part is everything that happens between these levels.

Daemonical Early Access preview: Too dark and empty, but there’s something there

Daemonical is an asymmetric multiplayer horror game that's similar to titles like Friday The 13th: The Game and Dead by Daylight. The premise is simple: four human players run around the map and collect various body parts to try and complete a satanic ritual, while a fifth player attempts to hunt them down as a demon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLi2VIoHYqg Trust No One One small twist Daemonical...

PAMELA Early Access preview: a sci-fi open world survival sim that’s spread just a little too thin

I wake up in a vat. Cables are floating around me, and through the oxygen bubbles and blue liquid, I manage to see a monitor counting down. Either I just escaped The Matrix, or I’ve emerged from a deep cryosleep. Seconds later I'm laying on the floor, coughing and disoriented. The coughing quickly passes, but the disorientation sticks with me throughout...

Citadel: Forged with Fire Early Access preview: Building and (not) surviving

Citadel: Forged with Fire dragons
Citadel: Forged with Fire has recently entered Early Access on Steam. We decided to see if this massive online sandbox RPG can help satisfying our hankering for swords, sorcery and castles. Oh, and dragons. We have to have those dragons. The world of Ignus in Forged with Fire is like the awkward love child of Dungeons & Dragons mixed with Ark: Survival...

Dead Cells Early Access preview: Kicking ass in 2 dimensions

Hitting Steam Early Access this week, Dead Cells itches a scratch that is surprisingly hard to reach: a difficult-but-fair platformer with smooth controls and animations, and a variety in combat that keeps the game fresh even through multiple playthroughs. Considering the 14 hours I’ve put into it over the past 2 days, I would say that my itch is...

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