Looking for the latest and greatest? The best new Mac games available today? You’re in the right place.
While we spend a lot of time covering the top games from recent years, it’s clear that the latest games are equally important. After all, they are the future of Mac gaming. Because hundreds of new games pop up each month, we prefer to focus on quality and not quantity. Instead of showing you a huge list of games, we highlight the best new games for Mac and explain why they deserve your attention.
And to make things easier for you, we separated them between those already out and those coming soon:
This guide covers all the new Mac games 2018 and 2019 have in store for us. If an exciting game is released, announced or even rumored, you can count on it being in here. But if you’re looking for a round-up of the absolute best, you should definitely read our 25 Best Mac games of 2018 so far guide.
And if you still have a hard time choosing your next game, you can check our 100 Best Mac games available today guide, or start with one of our current favorites:
|Our Pick||Runner-Up||MacBook Pick||Free Pick|
|Best Overall||A close second||For older Macs||A free option|
|Rise of Tomb Raider||Pillars of Eternity 2||Northgard||Paladins|
|Action Adventure||Role-Playing||Real-time Strategy||Shooter|
|⛔ Very Demanding||⚠️️ Fairly Demanding||✅ Not Demanding||⚠️️ Fairly Demanding|
|86 Metascore||90 Metascore||81 Metascore||NA|
|Check Price||Check Price||Check Price||Download|
Last updated: July 9, 2018
All the most exciting releases of June 2018 were included, but more importantly, this guide was completely revamped with more thorough descriptions, filters and a more reliable list of upcoming games.
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|Dead Cells|| |
We’ve looked at a roguelite and a roguelike this month, so why not a “roguevania?” That’s how Motion Twin defines Dead Cells, an action-platformer now in Early Access. Dead Cells contains no checkpoints as you explore its Castlevania-like world, so you’ll need to quickly learn how to survive.
You’ll get a lot of weapons to help you on your way, but the game’s more about improving your skills than letting your die/restart your way through the 11 levels currently available. Frustration and triumph across 16 to 20 hours of platformer action.
A Light In the DarkVisual Novel
|A Light In the Dark|| |
Two sisters kidnap the son of a wealthy CEO in a desperate attempt to escape the debt left to them by their father. You play the kidnapped boy, and it’s up to you to make the right decisions to escape alive. But are the sisters really villains? Are you really a victim?
In true visual novel style, there are plenty of ways through A Light In the Dark, and you can rest assured that they won’t be pleasant. It’s a short game, but one you can play through multiple times to experience the different endings...some of which may not involve blood.
“... from the creators of Descent.” There’s a large faction of older gamers like me who will hear that and immediately check out Overload, a “six-degrees-of-freedom” zero-gravity shooter. If you’re not sure what that is, just imagine the end of any sci-fi movie in which a brave renegade pilot has to take out a large alien structure from within and/or escape from its destruction.
Fluid controls and graphics will send you careening through over 15 levels of single player action, while various challenge modes and online multiplayer with up to 8 players will keep you coming back for more.
Cultist SimulatorCollectible Cards
|Cultist Simulator|| |
Here’s something a bit more unique than what we normally see in computer gaming. Cultist Simulator is a roguelike narrative card game in which you craft a story of “ambition, appetite and abomination” set in roaring ‘20s.
You will found a cult and recruit believers to help you achieve your goals as you dig deeper into the arcane while thwarting your rivals and the authorities. Every decision you make shapes the narrative, so choose wisely. Power can come from many sources, but what are you willing to sacrifice to get it?
|Monster Prom|| |
Having three weeks to get a date to prom isn’t uncommon. I was there myself back in the day. But having to do so when you’re a monster is a situation normally reserved for Monster High dolls.
Well, you can now experience the frustrations and triumphs of high school social shenanigans with this macabre competitive dating sim. Play alone or with up to three others as you attempt to survive high school and seduce your sweetheart so you won’t have to spend prom alone. Witty, mature, and not for the faint-of-heart.
Finally, we calm things down a little bit with OneShot. Released for Windows in December 2016, Mac gamers finally get the chance to experience the charm of this clever puzzle/adventure game in which you must guide a child through a mysterious world.
Why? Because you need to restore its long-dead sun. But OneShot goes so much deeper than that, providing a story that will move you until the end and stick with you well after it’s done. Grab it now and find out why it was well worth the wait.
It’s one thing to explore new worlds, stealing all the treasure you can. It’s another thing to use your loot for the benefit of the community. But that’s exactly what you do in the rogue-lite action RPG Moonlighter.
Travel through the gates to engage in retro style (but deep) combat, then set up shop and hire assistants to help you price and sell the items you’ve carefully selected (you can’t carry everything, after all). Whether you’re a shopkeeper who dreams of adventure or an adventurer who dreams of running a successful business, Moonlighter will keep you entertained.
Total War Sagas: Thrones of BritanniaStrategy
|Total War Sagas: Thrones of Britannia|| |
Brought to Mac by Feral Interactive, this is the first in the new Total War Saga series of standalone games inspired by great turning points of history. The game takes place in the British Isles in 878 AD, as Anglo-Saxons, Gaelic clans, and Viking settlers vie for supremacy.
Combining huge real-time battles with deep turn-based strategy, Thrones of Britannia has everything you would expect from a Total War game. Forge alliances, manage settlements, raise armies and embark on a campaign of conquest from the highlands of Gaelic Scotland to the fields of Anglo-Saxon Kent.
This is the kind of game we love to tell you about because it’s such a unique experience. An “elegant evolution of the puzzle genre,” Gorogoa tasks the player with arranging hand-illustrated panels to create a sequence of animations that complete the game’s puzzles. It’s as much a work of art as it is a game, and is wonderfully charming throughout.
Available for Windows since December of 2017, Gorogoa is just now available for Mac. The wait is worth it, so be sure to experience this game’s fantastic visuals, intriguing puzzles and touching story.
|Subsurface Circular|| |
In Subsurface Circular, a text-based adventure game from the team behind Thomas Was Alone and Volume, you are a detective investigating a series of disappearances. Inspired by classic adventure games, this game is all about the conversations you'll have with all the characters around you. You'll need to collect words and phrases, then use them in dialogue puzzles to solve the many mysteries around you.
There is very little action in this game and some may argue the entire experience is a little short, but this is a fascinating visual novel that respects your time and intelligence.
FAR: Lone SailsAdventure
|FAR: Lone Sails|| |
Here’s a rather unique, wondrous, and lonely journey across a barren landscape. FAR: Lone Sails is mostly about how far you can get across a dried-out seabed, overcoming obstacles and environmental hazards along the way. Keep your vehicle in working order to explore the land and learn of the civilization that left it behind.
If you’re tired of post-apocalyptic games full of zombies and mutants, FAR: Lone Sails gives you one full of...nothing. Just you, your vehicle, and a story to be found. It’s a melancholic experience that sticks with you after you’re done.
|House Flipper|| |
I guess the couple dozen house flipping/renovation shows on TV weren’t enough, and we needed a video game of the same. So, here’s House Flippers, your chance to buy, renovate, and sell homes at a profit.
House Flippers allows you to play different ways. Buy an empty apartment and improve the interior design, buy a dilapidated house and get busy with your tools, or buy a decent house and give it some style. Manage your budget, get better tools, and eventually acquire the type of fortune and fame normally relegated to annoying personalities on the upper cable channels.
Wizard of LegendAction
|Wizard of Legend|| |
Because who wants to control a forgotten wizard, right? Wizard of Legend offers a retro take on rogue-like dungeon crawlers, rewarding quick movement and quicker use of spells. The faster you are, the better the combos you chain to unleash devastating attacks against your foes.
Wizard of Legend offers over a hundred unique spells and relics that you can customize to fit your play style. It’s not easy, but those who persist will find it rewarding. And if you’re having trouble, try the co-op version; it’s much more fun that way.
This free-to-play team-based shooter just left early access, so now’s the time to find out why it did so with 25+ millions players.
Paladins drew a lot of comparisons to Overwatch during its early access period, but has grown into quite a bit more. Teamworks is the key to victory here, rewarding players who pick a diverse group of champions (choose from “sharpshooting humans, mech-riding goblins, mystical elves and jetpack-clad dragons”) and communicate well to use them wisely. The game also features impressive graphics and excellent gameplay, and the developers offer great support.
Pillars of Eternity 2Role-Playing
|Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire|| |
This is the type of game to which you can devote your entire summer. The sequel to the award-winning RPG Pillars of Eternity, Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire sees you returning as a Watcher. With the ability to read the memories of others (and even the memories of their past lives) you find yourself with incredible powers...and incredibly powerful enemies.
Complete with a deeply involving story that takes you through gorgeously detailed environments, Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire provides the type of depth and customization options that’ll satisfy RPG gamers for months.
Battle for WesnothMMO
|Battle for Wesnoth|| |
This 100% free turn-based strategy game has been available for a while now, but is much more accessible now that it can be downloaded via Steam. An open-source game, Battle for Wesnoth features 17 solo campaigns and over 50 multiplayer maps, not to mention community-created campaigns and factions for fantasy gaming that will appeal to Tolkien fans.
The hex-grid combat will take you back to the ‘90s visually, which—as we’ve mentioned before—was a tremendously colorful and detailed place to be. Joining the large, dedicated fanbase is now easier than ever.
The Swords of DittoRole-Playing
|The Swords of Ditto|| |
If you prefer your RPGs a little more...charming...then take a look at The Swords of Ditto. This “compact action RPG” that looks like something direct from the Cartoon Network creates a new adventure for each hero you use. Arm yourself with unorthodox weapons such as golf clubs and yo-yos (or go with the more traditional sword) and set out to overcome evil.
Players can explore the dangerous overworld and menacing dungeons alone or via online co-op in an effort to vanquish monsters and acquire loot. A light-hearted but challenging adventure.
The distant future. A galaxy in perpetual war. Noble houses in control. It sounds bleak, but is totally worth it when you get to fight single-player and PvP battles in massive, mechanical combat vehicles.
You command a mercenary squad of over 30 BattleMechs to position on the gaming grid for turn-based combat. Take advantage of the terrain and the special capabilities of your squad members in order to gain the upper hand. Between battles, you’ll have to recruit new MechWarriors and upgrade them with new technologies all while managing your reputation and allegiances.
For The KingAdventure
|For The King|| |
The King is dead, and you know what that means; either alone or via local or online co-op, it's time to rise up and protect the realm. For the King uses JRPG style turn-based combat on procedurally generated hexagonal grids.
Fight numerous and powerful enemies, avoid traps, acquire items and level up your heroes as you progress through the adventure that spans poisons swamps, massive seas and mystical forests. Will your strategies be enough to help you save the realm? Only if you’re willing to adjust them as necessary!
Friday the 13th: Killer PuzzlePuzzles
|Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle|| |
Is your favorite thing about the Friday the 13th movies the inventive methods Jason uses to...we’ll say address problems? If so, you’ll want to check out Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle. This simultaneously violent and cute casual game presents you with over 100 levels of puzzle-violence as you seek to kill the characters in the fewest possible moves.
There are plenty of references to the iconic horror series, including levels that range from Camp Crystal Lake to Manhattan to outer space. The game is free, with microtransactions providing extra costumes, levels, etc.
Rise of the Tomb RaiderAction
|Rise of the Tomb Raider|| |
I can’t recall a time when Lara Croft wasn’t rising, but here she goes again, seeking adventure across the ruins of Syria to the frozen mountains of Siberia and points in between. As with its predecessor from Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix, Lara can equip a wide variety of tools and weapons to use for hunting, eliminating enemies and uncovering the treasures she’s sought from game one.
And as you’d expect from Feral Interactive, the Mac release comes with all of the game’s DLC bundled in, providing numerous challenges, difficulty modes and co-op play.
Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced EditionRole-Playing
|Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition|| |
This fantastic 2003 RPG from Bioware and MacSoft has been upgraded by Beamdog for play on your modern Mac. Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition contains all of the content from the Neverwinter Nights Diamond edition, including the Kingmaker expansion which was never released for the Mac.
Combine this with numerous enhancements and you’ve got 100+ hours of content that will feel as fresh as it did 15 years ago. Beamdog, the game’s developer, teamed with the community to build in fan-requested gameplay and UI improvements, and the graphics now include advanced features such as pixel shaders and support for 4k displays.
Ash of Gods: RedemptionRole-Playing
|Ash of Gods: Redemption|| |
This turn-based RPG from AurumDust, which raised close to $100,000 on Kickstarter, combines traditional turn-based RPG combat with CCG tactics, as cards you unlock can be used to launch powerful attacks. That’s not the most unique element of the game, however. Rather, it’s that main characters can die, and their deaths then get woven into the story.
Live or die, your decisions throughout the game will impact the story, as well. This adds plenty of replay value, but could also set you up for very difficult conclusions. This will sound familiar to fans of Banner Saga, but there’s nothing wrong with that. Ash of Gods: Redemption has its own identity.
From Amanita Design, the team behind Machinarium, CHUCHEL is a game packed with an awful lot of clever, whimsical puzzles into the time you get with it. The puzzles are clever and the animations/characters are funny, accented by colorful graphics and music by IGF Award-winning band DVA.
If some of the stages seem familiar as you progress it’s because Amanita Design based a few on classic video games of years past. CHUCHEL can be solved with clever deduction or trial and error. Either way, it’s a silly, lively experience that you won’t soon forget.
Civilization 6: Rise and FallStrategy
|Civilization 6: Rise and Fall|| |
Civ 6: Rise and Fall expansion offers plenty of new features that can heavily alter your civilization-building strategies. For instance, you’ll now want to inspire loyalty amongst your citizens to prevent revolt and in neighboring territories to help expansion. You can recruit powerful characters and appoint them as governors to utilize their special bonuses in city customization.
Civilizations can form pacts against threats, earning reward or penalties when the threat is over, depending upon how it ended. Then, of course, there’s all the new global content: eight new world wonders, seven natural wonders, four new units, two new districts, and plenty more.
|Surviving Mars|| |
Getting to Mars is no longer the problem, it’s surviving it once you get there. Surviving Mars is a new city builder developed by Haemimont Games.
Building your city will be a challenge. Mine for resources, cultivate food, build resource centers and shelters, and keep your citizens healthy and happy as you face the numerous challenges of planetary colonization. Surviving Mars will have you dealing with everything from the mystery of the black cubes to alcoholism, and it doesn’t give you a lot of help with tutorials.
In Northgard, there’s a new continent to be explored and conquered. Of course, it’s not going to be easy. There are rival clans to face, undead warriors and giants to defeat, and snow. Plenty of snow. You’ll survive it all by building your settlement, putting your Vikings to work, and expanding your territory to acquire materials and strategic advantages.
Northgard features online multiplayer against your friends or AI along with an 11 chapter single player campaign. So, whether you’re into real-time strategy games, Viking lore or both, Northgard is waiting to be conquered.
|Shooty Skies|| |
From the creators of Crossy Road for Apple TV comes Shooty Skies for the Mac. Gameplay in this “endless flyer” is as simple as you’d expect: dodge bullets, shoot enemies, defeat bosses.
There are many types of enemies to face and many characters you can unlock, and it’s all free… to a point. You can have quite a bit of fun without paying a dime, but items such as gun upgrades require in-app-purchases, and the purchases aren’t permanent. Still, Shooty Skies is a very fun game that can be just as addictive as Crossy Road, if not more so.
Guns, Gore and Cannoli 2Action
|Guns, Gore and Cannoli 2|| |
Taking place 15 years after the events of Guns, Gore and Cannoli, our hero Vinnie finds himself on the battlefields of World War II. He doesn’t have to go it alone, however, as the campaign mode can be played alone or with the help of up to three friends.
The game contains the same action-filled and humorous story elements of its predecessor, but Vinnie’s movements and attacks have been given an upgrade. He’s much more mobile now, and the variety of weapons at his disposal is vast.
Vagante is an indie platformer that carries the difficulty of rogue-like gaming, but at least you don’t have to go at it alone. You can fight your way through the procedurally generated levels by yourself or with the help of three other players via local or online.
The game is set in a dark fantasy world of monsters, demons and crooks…and a cave. That cave is rumored to contain “unfathomable treasure,” but we can’t know for sure because no one has ever returned from its depths. RPG-like character customizations will help you get stronger and explore further into the cave.
|Farm Together|| |
It’s like a virtual community garden…in early access. In Farm Together, you’ll grow crops, raise animals, and construct and maintain buildings, unlocking new items as you advance. But you don’t have to do it alone; multiplayer farms can be set up for anyone to join, or just your friends.
And whether you’re farming by yourself or with neighbors, the game advances even when you’re not playing. Check back in and there are sure to be some chores to attend to. I’d say the game allows you to live the simple life, but you and I both know there’s nothing simple about farming.
Rules - What games will be included?
Indie developers have been a blessing for Mac gaming, giving us an unprecedented quantity of games to chose from. However, this also means an unprecedented quantity of mediocre games.
To save you time and energy, only the games that meet these criteria will be included:
- New games: Over 300 reviews on Steam, a “Mostly Positive” user score
- Upcoming games: Games coming from proven developers and/or raised over $200K on Kickstarter
If you believe a game deserves to be featured but is not already here, let me know!
We Happy FewSurvival
|We Happy Few|| |
We Happy Few is set in a dystopian alternate 1960s England. Its inhabitants are kept under control with a drug called Joy and as part of an underground resistance movement, you'll try to escape.
The Banner Saga 3Strategy
|The Banner Saga 3|| |
Banner Saga 3 is the highly anticipated final game of an award winning trilogy. It's a role-playing game merged with turn-based strategy, wrapped into an adventure mini-series about Vikings. Many modern games play it safe, this game is different...
Chasm is a pixelated adventure game featuring huge procedurally-generated areas. Help our hero, Daltyn, by gaining new abilities and equipment, evade dangerous traps, and defeat hordes of deadly enemies.
|Graveyard Keeper|| |
From the creators of Punch Club comes Graveyard Keeper, a retro-looking medieval cemetery simulator. Build and manage your own graveyard while finding shortcuts to cut costs and earn more money.
|August 15, 2018|
If you’ve been wondering what Virtual Programming has been up to, they’ve been quietly working on MXGP3: The Official Motocross Videogame. It’s been a long time since macOS got a proper Motocross game and MXGP3 seems to be the real deal.
Already released on Windows, MXGP3 features completely new gameplay and graphics thanks to Unreal Engine 4. You can race on the 18 official tracks with all riders and bikes from the 2016 MXGP and MX2 seasons. And if that’s not enough for you, you can also customize your rider and bike with over 300 official components.
Into the BreachStrategy
|Into the Breach|| |
Into the Breach is a turn-based strategy game where you'll control powerful mechs from the future to defeat an alien threat. Each attempt to save the world presents a new randomly generated challenge.
From the creators of the stellar This War of Mine comes Frostpunk, a city-survival game set in a frozen world. In Frostpunk, people have developed a steam-powered technology to oppose the overwhelming cold and it will be your job to create a city that can outlive it.
Frostpunk is about fighting the elements and facing tough ethical decisions as you form a society. The concept here sounds similar to This War of Mine’s, except Frostpunk will be a much bigger game. This War of Mine was built by 12 people; Frostpunk is being worked on by 60.
|Tropico 6|| |
El Presidente is coming back! The beloved dictatorship simulator will return next year and will bring with it the gameplay and mechanics you would expect from the city-building series.
This time though, you’ll also be able to play on archipelagos, send agents on raids to steal world wonders and monuments, build new transportation and infrastructure (you can finally build a bridge!), customize the look of your palace, give election speeches, and more.
Next Up HeroAction
|Next Up Hero|| |
Next Up Hero for Mac is a multiplayer game unlike anything you've played before. This arcade action-adventure game features Community Continue, a mechanic that lets players take turns fighting and dying against tough-as-nails monsters, one hero at a time.
You can revive fallen heroes to fight by your side, build your army, and take out the boss together.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the NightAction
|Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night|| |
The most funded Kickstarter game ever, Bloodstained is a side-scrolling platformer featuring RPG and crafting elements. The game comes from Koji Igarashi and is considered Castlevania's spiritual successor.
Frozen Synapse 2Strategy
|Frozen Synapse 2|| |
Frozen Synapse 2 is the sequel to the award-winning Frozen Synapse. Command your squads in a vast procedurally generated city: enter any building, perform any mission, execute any strategy.
Before is a game about survival. Guide your tribe through the challenges of a harsh and unforgiving prehistoric world. It's being created by Facepunch Studios, the team behind Rust.
Parkitect is a simulation game that puts you in charge of the construction and management of theme parks. Design roller coasters and build scenic structures to make your park beautiful.
Available on Steam Early Access.
7 Days to DieShooter
|7 Days to Die|| |
7 Days to Die is an open world sandbox game and is a mash up of first-person shooter, survival horror, and role-playing games combining combat, crafting, looting, exploration, and character growth.
Available on Steam Early Access.
At the GatesStrategy
|At the Gates|| |
At The Gates is a 4X survival strategy game by Jon Shafer, the lead designer for Civilization 5. You are the ambitious king of a young barbarian tribe seeking glory and the destruction of the old order.
The Cyanide & Happiness Adventure GameAdventure
|The Cyanide & Happiness Adventure Game|| |
This game is a new approach to point-and-click adventures, filled with dark comedy, drama, weirdness, and an apocalypse in the suburbs. This game will also have a good story to it that will really bring the entire C&H universe into one cohesive world.
PULSAR: Lost ColonyAdventure
|PULSAR: Lost Colony|| |
Team up to operate an advanced starship and explore a randomized galaxy falling into chaos. Each player assumes a role aboard the ship: Captain, Pilot, Scientist, Weapons Specialist and Engineer.
Available on Steam Early Access.
Overland is a squad-based survival strategy game set in post-apocalyptic North America. Manage fuel supply, weapons, and other items by making the right choices on randomly-generated maps.
The Walking Dead: Final SeasonAdventure
|The Walking Dead: The Final Season|| |
Every franchise Telltale Games touches turns into gold. They are doing it with Batman, The Guardians of the Galaxy, Minecraft, The Game of Thrones, and others. They are all good adventure games with amazing story-telling, but nothing comes close to their take on The Walking Dead.
It seems that epic story will be concluded soon, as Telltale recently revealed The Walking Dead: The Final Season. This final entry shall focus on Clementine once again. Let us hope they’ll be able to deliver a satisfying conclusion worthy of their best games so far.
Oxygen Not IncludedAdventure
|Oxygen Not Included|| |
Oxygen Not Included is a space-colony simulation game from the creators of Don't Starve and Mark of the Ninja. Manage your colonists and help them dig, build and maintain a subterranean asteroid base.
Available on Steam Early Access.
Industries of TitanStrategy
|Industries of Titan|| |
From the creators of the beloved Crypt of the NecroDancer (one of the best Mac games out there) comes this building simulator set on Saturn’s moon.
In Industries of Titan, you get to design your own cities, build factories, and manage their economy. But you will also need to protect your cities by designing battleships and engage in tactical combat against hostiles. This game is an ambitious project and I’m glad to know it’s in good hands.
Divinity: Original Sin 2Role-Playing
|Divinity: Original Sin 2|| |
Divinity: Original Sin 2 is an entirely new experience built on the next-gen Divinity Engine. Everything that made the original great returns: Go anywhere, kill anyone, and gather your ultimate RPG party.
|Arma 3|| |
Arma 3 is an massive sandbox military tactical shooter. Developed by Bohemia Interactive, this is one painful shooter that requires patience and precision. The game features over 20 vehicles and 40 weapons.
Available in Beta for MacOS.
|Sociable Soccer|| |
Sociable Soccer is a new game from the creator of the super popular Sensible Soccer from the 90s. Sociable Soccer is a fusion of old-fashioned arcade playability and modern technology and aims to be fast, fun, easy to play.
This a really fast game where every second really counts. Now, we don’t know if Sociable Soccer will ultimately make it to macOS, but thanks to your efforts, it could.
The Wolf Among Us 2GAdventureenre
|The Wolf Among Us 2|| |
After three years and many, many requests, Telltale Games finally announced that The Wolf Among Us 2 is happening and is coming to macOS next year. And given the success the first game had, I’m not surprised fans wanted more.
Bigby Wolf, the hero of the first game, will return and you can expect him to face tougher and tougher choices. New episodes will arrive in late 2018 and will feature a new “standalone” story, meaning that Telltale sadly won’t explore the first game’s finale tease.
In The Valley of GodsAdventure
|In The Valley of Gods|| |
From the creators of Firewatch, In the Valley of Gods is a single-player first-person adventure. Explore a remote and ancient valley in the Egyptian desert, uncovering treasure and treachery in pursuit of a discovery that could bring you fame and fortune—or leave you for dead, buried beneath the sands.
|System Shock|| |
Developed by Night Dive Studios, System Shock is a complete reboot of the classic from 1994 built by a team of industry veterans. The game will be developed using the Unreal Engine and should look amazing.
|Outer Wilds|| |
Outer Wilds is an open world exploration indie game where you have only 20 minutes before your planet is destroyed. Each replay should help figure out how to save yourself.
|Unreal Tournament|| |
This is an early version of the Unreal Tournament experience, featuring new content and returning classics. There’s still a lot of work to be done, but you're able to participate and earn in-game rewards.
Available on Alpha.
Ylands is a sandbox game that will captivate you by its beautiful polygon graphics. It comes from the same team behind Arma 3 and will let you create a completely modifiable island.
|Hot Lava|| |
Hot Lava is a parkour-survival game from the creators of Don't Starve. Hot Lava is inspired by a game you may have played as a child: The floor is made of molten lava, and if you step on it, you die!
Keep in mind that this is a work in progress and all your suggestions are welcome. I will do my best to update it at least once per week, but I will need your help. Would you like to see some more information about the games? Perhaps you heard about a game that I missed here? If you do, you can always get in touch directly to me here (or just leave something in the comments section below).
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