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Best New Steam Games You Missed This Week

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On an average day, about a dozen new steam games are released . And while we think that’s a good thing, it can be understandably hard to keep up with it . Potentially exciting money are sure to be lost in the deluge of new things to play unless you sort through every single new steam game . So that’s exactly what we’ve done.
Thanks in part to the website WhatsOnSteam.com, we’ve gone through every game that’s launched on Steam in the last week to find the some golds . This list, updated every Sunday, won’t include the Grand Theft Autos or the Fallout 4s of Steam, focusing instead on the games that may have been easy to miss.
These games seem the most promising, already have positive user reviews, and may be worth a closer look.

They Are Billions

 

Steam Page
Released: December 13
Developer: Numantian Games
Publisher: Numantian Games
Price: $24.99
They Are Billions is an isometric “steampunk” technique amusement about building provinces and safeguarding them on a dystonia planet. What are you shielding against? Not steampunk fashionistas (however they’re ostensibly our most prominent current danger, here in reality), yet rather “billions of contaminated” who seem to have been left in an unpleasant – and volatile – state in this post-end times. The diversion is “constant with stop” and blends components of working with battle, however you’ll be securing your province against ailment and contamination too. It’s in Early Access right now, yet has just picked up an “exceptionally positive” rating on Steam in light of about a thousand audits.




Stationeers

 

Steam Page
Released: December 13
Developer: Numantian Games
Publisher: Numantian Games
Price: $24.99
An Early Access title by Dean Hall – creator of DayZ – about building space stations. You can build them solo or cooperatively, and all signs point to it requiring the use of your brain: a deal breaker for some (including me). “Inspired by the beloved Space Station 13, complex atmospheric, electrical, manufacturing, medical, agriculture, and gravitational systems require your thought and management at all times.” The game will be  in Early Access for “at least a year” according to the Steam page, and its right at the beginning of its EA stage, but its already got a “very positive” rating based on 200-odd reviews, so there’s probably fun to be had with it right now. Whatever the case, this looks like a complex one for fans of intense simulations, so proceed with caution.




Train Station Simulator

 

Steam Page
Released: December 14
Developer: Appliks Apps Studios
Publisher: Appliks Apps Studios
Price: $12.99
If a milder mannered sim is what you’re after, Train Station Simulator is exactly what the title suggests. If you ever played Transport Tycoon back in the ‘90s, you’ve probably got a lingering compulsion to oversee public transportation, and this lets you not only build a train station but to furnish and operate it. Personally, I love trains and train stations, and the thought of creating one with the best cafes and toilets and with as few ticket cops as possible is a dream. This is in Early Access, with the final release expected in Q4 next year.

 


Rumu


Steam Page
Released: December 13
Developer: Robot House
Publisher: Hammerfall Publishing
Price: $19.99
Rumu is an isometric point-and-snap experience set in an advanced “shrewd home”, which you explore as the ostensible vacuum cleaner Rumu. Indeed, you play as a vacuum cleaner, yet it’s a shrewd one. “When something draws you far from your home support obligations and into the shrouded ways and long overlooked rooms of the house, you’ll be looked with testing moral quandaries compelling you past your programming to reveal reality about the affection and loss of your subtle family,” peruses the depiction. I addressed one of the craftsmen at Robot House in October about the amusement

 





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