Little Indie Games Worth Knowing About (Probably)

This is an early access F2P Super Mario Bros parody battle royale. Definitely watch the trailer.

Saw Splattercat playing this one. On looking at the steam page, noticed Pirates Outlaws is already a Mobile game. On iOS for a dollar. Generic name, but otherwise appears to be a delightful deck builder in the Slay the Spire mold. No idea pig the long term outlook, but definitely worth a try.

One thing I didn’t realize at first is that when moving on to a new zone your ship health doesn’t reset, so that’s something to budget for in longer runs

LK I was home feeling terrible today so I gave myself a day off and played this all day… it may need its on thread soon, it is that good.

That doesn’t make it any easier to resist it.

It’s still early access. Resist away.

I wish Discourse had a setting to blur any Steam link to a game still in early access!

-Tom

You could just ban anyone who posts one.

Or just throw a custom title on there. Plenty of room for creativity!

It does look pretty good. :)

Wildermyth and Trials of Fire are 2 EA games calling me. They both seem so good.

Wildermyth is one of the great EA games, felt like it can be released as is. Great of them to keep adding content and polishing it.

I dunno - i’ve played about 3hrs and the “random” story bits get repetitive. I’m gonna wait until I play more Wildermyth. It’s a solid start for sure.

You know how I manage to resist buying early access titles these days? By getting old. At this point I’m not interested in investing in a game I may not live to see finished.

Alternatively, you might want to experience a game that won’t be finished before you shuffle off this mortal coil!

I agree with Kristi. This game has a special … something going on. Very cool concept and execution. Can’t wait for more content =)

Something about the gameplay I’ve seen for wildermyth didn’t grab me, but it was all very early (First hour). The concept seemed cool

I have already played Dwarf Fortress.

F2P early access 4X TBS card game. Requires a 3rd party account. Rules are on their wiki.

I like exactly half of those things!

-Tom