Unholy and four more games

Let me guess. You thought I forgot about you, right? Well, that is not the case. I just went on a vacation without telling you. OK, that is not entirely true. I just took a break from writing and replaced it with some streams. Not much of a replacement, I guess. My average has been two 4-hour long streams per week. Not exactly what I would call a 40-hour work week. Can you hear the surprise of Yuri and his country men? Just wait till I tell them a Swedish work week, overtime included, is capped at 48 hours per week.

Now, my work week might be non-existent and not worth talking about. Something worth talking about, however, is Albion Online. You might remember its rocky start when it was released back in 2017. I sure do. But here, the developer Sandbox Interactive is celebrating Albion Online’s 6th birthday. Quite the feat and worth a celebratory toot, I think.

The age of nostalgia

Someone who surpasses Albion Online in age is Inspector Gadget. That cartoon is as old as me. Almost, I should say. The first time we saw Inspector Gadget was on December 4, 1982. The fact is, Inspector Gadget spent more time with me during my childhood than my father did. So when I saw the announcement for Inspector Gadget – MAD Time Party by Smart Tale, I ended up with a smile on my face. Yes, I let myself be hoodwinked by nostalgia.

On the subject of nostalgia. Do you remember Warframe, the game that released back in 2013? No, we are not getting a sequel. We are getting a new IP called Wayfinder instead. It is a game developed by Airship Syndicate and published by Digital Extremes. It is said to be one of those massively multiplayer role-playing games. Sure, Digital Extremes is not the developer of said game. But I am sure they can and will assist if needed. I mean, Warframe is ten years old and still generates over 43.000 concurrent players. So they obviously know how to navigate the genre.

Games with fewer concurrent players than Warframe, even collectively, can be found in the list below. Yes, it is time to take a look at the highlights of week 29 and maybe even buy a copy or two so they can get some well deserved players.

Viewfinder by Sad Owl Studios


Full Void by OutOfTheBit


  • Game: Full Void
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Developer: OutOfTheBit
  • Publisher: OutOfTheBit
  • Release type: Full release
  • Release date: July 18, 2023
  • Platform: Steam

Roto Force by Accidently Awesome


Unholy by Duality Games


  • Game: Unholy
  • Genre: Horror
  • Developer: Duality Games
  • Publisher: HOOK
  • Release type: Full release
  • Release date: July 20, 2023
  • Platform: Steam

Crime O’Clock by Bad Seed


Roll the credits

While you focus on the list above, I will focus on the founder’s edition of the Great Houses of Calderia by Resistance Games. Yes, founder’s edition. If you feel adventurous like me, you can buy one of the founder packs and get early access to this renaissance themed grand strategy game. But, said founder packs are in limited quantities and might run out sooner rather than later. So if you want to be memorialized in the credits at a reduced price, act quick.

No matter if you buy a founders pack or any of the games I mentioned above, I am already halfway out the door. Yes, I have had enough of this claustrophobic office space for today. It is time to sneak out the backdoor and find my way home so I can nibble on a sandwich and enjoy the Great Houses of Calderia in peace.

Until next time, take care!

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