Oddsparks and four more games

Yes, this is the week of announcements, both in and outside of this week’s list. And had it not been for the inclusion of one released game, we would be nothing but announcements. Not to say it is a bad thing. But I try to be mindful of the fact that you want to hear about games you can play more so than drool over. Luckily, I found a way around this dilemma. Partially at least.

See, one announcement was about a closed alpha for the game Aska by Sand Sailor Studio. If you do not know about Aska from before, it is a viking themed survival game that got announced back in November 2022 with a CGI trailer in tow. While a well made trailer, it is a poor representation of the real thing, which you will be able to try for yourself on November 24, 2023.

Ghostrunner 2 by One More Level is another option. The problem is it is a limited beta, which means you will have to be as fast as the in-game character if you want a spot in the queue. They also hinted about a “major” announcement which will be revealed on August 21, 2023. If said announcement is related to their beta, I do not know.

We can probably apply the same uncertainty on four of the five highlights in this week’s list as well. Sure, they were all announced. But as we all know, much can change between an announcement and an actual release. I mean, one of the four games was revealed two years ago and got a release date two days ago.

Now, I might not have many release dates to share. But I can at least share this week’s list. So without further ado, here they are, the highlights of week 32!

Tower Forge: Dark Defense by Cassagi


Tales & Tactics by Studio


Gravity Oddity by Invincible Cat


Forgotten Mines by Cannibal Goose


  • Game: Forgotten Mines
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Developer: Cannibal Goose
  • Publisher: Ishtar Games
  • Release type: Announcement
  • Release date: TBA
  • Platform: Steam

Oddsparks by Massive Miniteam


We stay until the bitter end

I should not say until the bitter end. Especially not in the context of a game like We stay Behind. See, this game is made by Backwoods Entertainment, the team behind the highly talked about and praised game, Unforeseen Incidents. The name might not say or mean much to you. But for someone like me who experienced the latter it is a good indication of what is to come.

Now, I do not know for how long the We Stay Behind demo will be available. It could disappear when the ongoing Kickstarter campaign ends in 28 days or soon after. But it is here right now and worth a try if you want to delve into a mysterious game about life changing decisions. Yes, I plan on getting back into the game myself. I just need to wrap this article up before I do.

With that in mind, take care, and welcome back next week!

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