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Games on Steam is a weekly installment that tackles this popular platform’s latest and greatest Indie games. Today, we learn how to tame cute wild animals, craft complex zombie defenses, and break the ancient curse

Aery – Dreamscape

To start, we have a continuation of a cool flight sim/adventure. In Dreamscape, you will take the role of a bird spirit who is able to jump into people’s minds and explore their imagination. In total, there are 13 unique landscapes that will share their story, with many secret areas to explore. All in all, Dreamscape is a very relaxing game with fluid control and beautiful locations that will give you a sense of greater freedom.

Dreamscape gameplay

Fly through the majestic landscapes Steam

Garden of the Sea

Garden of the Sea is a casual VR sim that you can experience with your whole family. Set on a magical island, it’s up to you to grow your garden, gather resources, take care of cute animals, explore your surroundings, and more. The game is brimming with content, but you can also take the easy route and just chill and take in the beautiful landscape. In short, Garden of the Sea is a charming and fun simulator that anyone can enjoy.

Games on Steam: Garden of the Sea

A beautiful relaxing sandbox sim Steam

Dead Poly

Next, we have a promising zombie survival/shooter from TFL Games. The zombie apocalypse has just begun, and you have to build your base, craft important tools, and blow up some brains. The gameplay revolves around Day/Night, so you’ll have to use daylight to prepare yourself for the waves of undead. You can play the game solo, or online with some friends (which is where the real fun begins). Although in early access, Dead Poly has some serious potential, and with additional content, its popularity will surely rise.

Supraland Six Inches Under

Supraland, a popular puzzle platformer just got a great sequel. Sin Inches Under is like a mix between Metroid, Zelda, and Portal that puts more focus on exploration, while almost eliminating combat. Sin Inches Under is still as fun and atmospheric, with a lot of hidden gems to uncover. It is, ultimately, more polished than the original, and one of the more unique puzzle games around.

Warm Snow

If you are a fan of action roguelikes, with a pinch of RPG, you’ll probably enjoy Warm Snow. The game takes place in ancient Asia, during the Longwu Era. Weird snow started falling from the sky and quickly made people go insane and turn into monsters. As an elite warrior, it’s up to you to find the way to stop this process and find out the truth. You have a lot of builds and upgrades at your disposal, which can completely change the gameplay mechanic. In combination with roguelike elements, this really increases the replayability, of what would otherwise be a short Indie. Warm Snow feels like a mix of Hades and The Binding of Isaac, which should satisfy the fans of the genre.

Games on Steam: Warm Snow

Break the curse that reigns over the kingdom Steam

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When he is not climbing ranks in League of Legends or battling the Nameless King in Dark Souls 3, Marko writes about everything gaming related. He lives in Zagreb and is an ambitious Netflix addict.