Tuesday, 23 November 2021

Steam Discovery Queue - Crusade of the Free XVII

Continuing freebies from last time... the one in bold is the best of this set.

Into the dangerous world I leapt: A first person adventure lacking any proper instructions which just makes it a chore to play.

The Picture in the House: A first person puzzler based on an HP Lovecraft novel. Guessing horror too, but I didn't get to that part since the "walk around in dark rooms looking for stuff to interact with" trope is annoying.

The Plane Effect Prologue: An awesome demo of a puzzle game that now has my interest. Recommended!

He's a happy chappy. Until he isn't.

Quiet Godo: A funny first person pixel horror where you need to find keys and unlock doors while being very quiet - otherwise Godo will appear! Luckily Godo is around the size of a mouse, and while it is still instadeath if he catches you all you need to do is jump on furniture and wait until he goes away.

Ruff Night at the Gallery: Another funny first person horror game, this time you are looking for keys inside an art gallery that has paintings of dogs. If the paintings see you and you don't see them, the doggy ghosts come to lick you - unless you manage to spot them first.

Secrets of the Lost Tomb: You are a soldier sent into a dangerous Egyptian tomb to recover treasure which is guarded by... ROCKS. Yep, in this endless runner, the walls and inanimate rocks are your worst enemies. Lol.

Ship Graveyard Simulator Prologue: A first person simulator where you play a sledgehammer wielding scrapper who manually breaks apart ships and sell the parts for money. Pretty cool, but still just "work" at the end of the day.

Ultreia Prologue: A point and click adventure where you are a robot out for revenge while looking for the meaning of life and death. General walk speed could be faster, and did not make me want to play full game.

Wild Dose First Session: First person walking simulator that starts off promising on a nice looking island but quickly loses quality once you get out of that VR session. Also loses my interest when the player protagonist, bored with life, decides to go buy and use illegal drugs. Not for me.

To Hell With It: Fatal Error Crash. Doesn't even start.

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