This is the game you need. Not Mass Effect, not the last military FPS, not that free game with micro-transactions.
Please play it. Experience it. Tell your girl/boyfriend. Play together. Tell your father. Guide him or let him discover. Play it again. Let yourself go. The things people are saying about this title are true. Support this developer (thatgamecompany), and let them make more of this.
An experimental horror game made in Unity by haversine, based on this story/”object”. It is really something you should experience by downloading it from here (unless you have anxiety problems). As the video’s description says, the game “features procedural generation of floors and events, so every playthrough is different”.
WARNING (for real!): The game is proved to cause real stress, so play it carefully. You can try to reach the bottom, but I would not recommend that.
Tweet Land is a game where the virtual world is influenced by real-life tweets, making every game session a new and different experience. Be sure to check it in the App Store on January 31, or visit their website for more information and media!
Zone-17: Way in the Fog is a new game under development by russian studio Re:Games. As the video’s description says, “the story takes place in the territory near the Tunguska meteorite paeniya where in consequence of several factors formed the anomalous zone-17”.
I couldn’t find their official website, but at least they have a YouTube Channel with an interview that includes a little bit of new gameplay, and this other video with actual shooting at the end.
The original Dear Esther mod was a strange experience. It is a game that asks you to explore, listen, and see the world with calmness, and approach it with suspicion. Completely the opposite as to what you usually see in any commercial FPS.
It was a beautiful and intriguing game, and now is trying to capture attention again with this remastered version, overhauled in every aspect. No commercial game based on the Source Engine is allowed to look bad again after this.
A small team of committed fans ported the never released (but leaked) Dreamcast’s Half-Life to PC. There are a lot of differences in the maps that are worth a look, but there is also a lot of other interesting content that any hardcore Half-Life fan will enjoy as well. You can visit this site for more info and the download links.
According to RPS, Dustforce will be released on Steam in a week. WAIT WHAT? Wow it’s been like forever! This is very good news, the game has been in development for almost 2 years, and everything looks even more amazing than the old videos. And how can you don’t like their lovely intro? :