Games festival with several games for you to try and buy at a discount. See which ones are worth trying on Steam Come Here
Started Steam Come Aí, a semi-regular festival of demos of games that are about to be launched in the Valve store and that offers more than 700 game demos for you to try. The event started on the 16th and will run until the 22nd of June, with developers' lives and several trailers. You can access the page of event here and take the opportunity to discover a series of games and try them out for free.
To make life easier for those looking for something cool to add to the list, Valve has grouped games by genre, so if you have a particular affinity for RPGs or strategy games or whatever, there's a simple way to give it a go. A quick look at what you're looking for before you start looking (the example below is adventure games) for games on Steam Coming Here.
Steam's Best Coming Here for You to Try
And how do you know which are the best games on Steam Coming Here for you to try and maybe buy? Well, we have some tips for you to try some of the best demos that the Stem Comes There festival. They are varied games so that you don't get lost in so many different styles and leave them on your waiting list, waiting for a good promotion.
But beware, most of these demos will disappear from Steam after the 22nd, so it's good to hurry up and enjoy the game while it's there. Write down all the ones you liked, check out the developers' pages and wait for the release. Here's our list of games to keep an eye on Steam Coming Here.
Fists of Repudiation
Of course, this national beat-up wouldn't be left out of our recommendations, and let's get started with it because, if you want to know more about it, we have a full story about it. right here plus an interview with the development team. If not, let's give it a quick rundown by saying it's a satirical beat-up where four girls who are very angry at a bunch of fictitious pandemic deniers in a fictitious town don't wear a protective mask.
If you've ever felt like this at any point, then, Fists of Repudiation it can be a good way to vent that anger. The game is produced by Braindead Broccoli and is expected to be released later this year for PC, Mac and all current generation consoles following the successful crowdfunding campaign. I've already guaranteed my good before Steam Comes Here!
Death Trash is an open-world, single-player RPG with handcrafted levels, a strong story campaign and optional local co-op gameplay. The game features real-time gameplay with ranged and melee combat, stealth, multiple-choice dialogue, an inventory of items and worms, a crafting system, and skills like stealing and vomiting.
You woke up in a kind of post-apocalyptic hell called Nexus, a planet where humanity was forced to isolate itself from the world and its inhabitants live indoors and now intelligent machines and fleshy cosmic life forms roam the landscape. The demo is a small window into the world of Death Trash, and it's incredibly gore.
This is a game for those with a strong stomach as you will see lots of things to stew at lunch. In other games, like Skyrim, we have things like cannibalism, mainly in the Ring of Namira quest, but there, for some reason, although the graphics are more realistic, it doesn't leave you feeling weird. Here, even with pixelated graphics, this meat-grinding issue seems to be more important. So be warned that gore may not be ideal for everyone and there's a lot to see Steam Comes Here that won't let you down.
The Big Con
Em The Big Con, you play as Ali, a sarcastic and inquisitive teenager who leaves music camp to hit the road. But it won't be just any trip! Ali's mission is to save the video store from the family of unscrupulous loan sharks who want to bankrupt the store.
Outsmart strangers, pick pockets, and deceive the naive traveling across the United States in the 90s. And the worst: hiding everything from your mother. Choose who deserves to be cheated and who needs a little help. Is the world all yours to deceive?
The adventure is short during the Demo, with some small thefts in a timed mini-game, where you have to steal people, without being seen, but for the story presented and the gameplay, Ali's story has the potential to become something much bigger. For me, this game is worth keeping an eye on for its plot that can end in much deeper things and that will make you think about what you would do in her place.
land nil is a “reverse city builder” where you need to restore a barren wasteland into a thriving ecosystem. It's a smart idea and the demo is one of the most relaxing games on this list. Instead of destroying everything, changing the landscape to make a better and bigger city, here you have to do the opposite.
Start with the water system, slowly purify the soil and cultivate pioneer vegetation. Take on more ambitious tasks, restore biodiversity, fix the climate, introduce wildlife and finally recycle all the structures you used to get there, leaving the environment untouched.
You need to create an interconnected green machinery system to start your green rebuilding and, as with many city builders, locating things on the stage is key and balancing your machine's area of effect with how much energy you produce, which it is vital to the expansion and success of your world.
I am in
Want a little game to relax? So, your best choice is this demo of about an hour of I am in. Set off on an enjoyable expedition and use your photographic eye to unravel the mysteries of the magical world of Toem in this hand-drawn adventure game. Chat with quirky characters, help them solve problems by taking beautiful photos and explore a beautiful relaxing landscape!
Take photos to solve various puzzles and help others in this peaceful little town! Listen to calm music and take in the scenery around you! Meet quirky characters and help them solve different problems! It's a game for anyone who wants to rest after a long day at work or just living in our everyday world. Relax, enjoy the simple and welcoming art of the game. It's the kind of thing we need from time to time.
Sand was definitely one of the most memorable games at this E3. O Summer Games Fest he gave us not only new images and a release date, but also a beautiful performance of his theme song by Japanese Breakfast. Before Sable's journey across the desert in a glider can start in earnest in September, now you can play the game start for yourself.
Embark on an unforgettable journey incarnating Sable during his Avoo, a rite of passage that will take you through vast deserts and fascinating landscapes, filled with the wreckage of spacecraft and remnants of wonders from a distant past. Explore the dunes on your airbike, climb monumental ruins and meet other nomads as you unearth long-forgotten mysteries and discover who she really is behind the mask.
if you already unpacked something in life knows how challenging it is to create a good environment and find a place for everything you have. Also, as you take things out of the boxes, you find items you didn't even remember and with that comes to your mind stories, people and situations you miss (or wanted to keep forgotten). Have you ever felt this sensation? That's the premise of this game.
Unpacking is a zen puzzle game about the familiar experience of unpacking items to put in a new home. A mix of “Tetris with items” and decor, you should create a pleasant space to live in while learning about your life as you unpack. Over the course of eight changes, you get the chance to experience a sense of intimacy with a character you've never seen and whose history you don't know. With no scores, gauges or time, Unpacking is a game for you to reflect and enjoy.
This is a game for those who like giant robots, lots of explosions and twisted metal. Pacific Rim? Gundam? Evangelion? So this is where you have to pay attention. In wolfstride, an independent RPG, you control a giant ten-ton robot and defeat other giant ten-ton mechs – an idea that never gets old.
Wolfstride is an RPG about three former partners who face a turning point: when they inherit a legendary mecha called COWBOY, they decide to follow a new path together and form a team in the most popular sport in the world, BATTLES OF THE GIANT MECHAS. They arrive at the world championships with their fate and the future of the world at stake.
The demo shows the game's 2D turn-based battles, where you punch, fire, and shove your mechanized opponent (quite normal), but what really sells this game is its impressive style. Wolfstride's bold comic book animations look spectacular and really add weight and flair to explosive battles.
rogue lords it is – as you might imagine – a roguelike. Here you take control of monsters from literature, such as the Headless Knight, Dracula and, for some reason, the evil Mary Shelley (the writer of Frankstein or The Modern Prometheus). Like Devil Lord's, they do what they do best – terrorize the innocent. In incredibly lively turn-based battles, you have to unleash hell on your opponents by choosing between defensive and offensive actions.
Who knew terror and blood could be so cartoony? Outside of battles, there are interactive sequences where your action determines your reward – or punishment. It's a pleasantly challenging and beautiful style of play, but unfortunately (or fortunately?) Rogue Lords has so many interesting systems that you'll spend a lot of time on the tutorial alone.
O Road 96 is a hitchhiking game in which you are trying to reach your country's borders in an effort to escape the growing authoritarianism, relying on the kindness of strangers and trying to circumvent the law along the way. It's a massive demo that has six different scenarios and as you launch the game, one is chosen at random.
This is a very relevant and current game. If you see news (besides the ones posted here at Married Games), you may have run into some stories about people fleeing their own country for different reasons. In particular, it comes to my mind now to boy story who fled floating in pet bottles and, even facing death at sea, could not enter the country he was trying to reach.
It's sad and scary to think about it. Run away from a terrible place swimming in bottles and, if you want to survive, have to go back there? It's a very complicated thing to think about.
Enjoy Steam Come Here
The Steam Come Here demo festival ends on the 22nd and you can buy the games that are already there with discounts. See if you find any good games and tell us there in the comments if you played any and we left out. Did you like any of our recommendations? Take the opportunity to read more about Indie games on Our site.