On average, more than a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. Although we think this is a good thing, it is understandably difficult to keep up. Unless you categorize every game released on Steam, the potentially exciting gems will surely get lost in a plethora of new gadgets. So this is exactly what we did. If there is nothing you like this week, we have collected a running list of the best PC games you can play right now and the 2021 games launched this year.
Release time: September 10th
Sale price: $13.49 |£10.25|AU$19.35
Rewinder is a narrative-driven puzzle game whose pixel art is inspired by Chinese ink painting. The protagonist Yun is a rewinder, which means he can change history by visiting and modifying people’s memories. With this power, he reached a barren small village, where he needed to conduct some thorough investigations (and puzzling) to figure out where everyone went and why. This is a gorgeous game inspired by Chinese folklore, so you will meet some familiar mythological characters. Rewinder is currently rated “absolutely positive” on Steam, so it’s definitely worth a look.
Release time: September 11
Developer: Dreambyte Games
Sale Price: $11.69|£9.26|AU$16.65
Forewarned is a cooperative horror game about exploring the wet ruins of Egypt.On the surface, these archaeologists are doing archeology, But they are not opposed to picking up some treasures-as long as they are not killed by the mummies first. The game supports online cooperative games for 1-4 players, but there are also options for single-player flight. Forewarned is in the early access stage and will stay there for up to a year, but early user reviews indicate that the game is already very interesting.
Milo and the Magpie
Release time: September 7th
Developer: Johan Scerft
Sale Price: $1.69|£1.43|AU$2.50
Where I live in Australia is spring Swooping magpie It’s already in effect, so I’m very happy to find this game about the magpie being a bastard-it’s very relevant. “Milo and the Magpie” tells a cat who has gone astray due to a failure to chase a magpie, with the goal of returning home. This is a point-and-click adventure game with enveloping hand-painted art, usually with puzzles and narrative beats, as a game about overcoming the horror of the magpie season (although it is different from when we were in Oz) it told me.
Hindsight 20/20-Raksha’s Wrath
Release time: September 10
Developer: Triple-I Games
Sale Price: $15 |£11.39 |AU$21.50
Hindsight 20/20 may look like a loot-oriented action role-playing game, but it actually has a very powerful role-playing engine. The protagonist, Jehan, can be deadly (good sword) or benevolent (“Electric Striker”) in battle. The way you handle these scenarios will affect the attitude of the world and its inhabitants towards you. But that’s not all: According to the studio Triple-I Games, almost everything you do and every choice you make affects the gameplay and the unfolding of the story. Here are ten endings to work hard, so there are many things to see if you are a completionist.
Release time: September 9th
Developer: Amortiz Games
Sale price: 4 US dollars | 3.19 pounds | 6 Australian dollars
Rooten is a horror game with a creepy cardboard cut art style, starring an unknown man trapped in a mysterious forest. He was doing some work at a research station in the forest, and only when he arrived, the research station was empty.What followed was a rather directionless, free-form exploration game, which seemed to rely more on emotions than traditional panic, despite the fact that something In that forest, it might want to kill you.
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