10 Games you might have missed in June
The middle of the year isn’t exactly renown for amazing game releases but we at Lunawolf Gaming think that’s bullshit. There are great games being released every single month. If you weren’t paying attention last month then you might have missed some of these amazing gems!
It’s finally on Steam and you probably missed it! This incredible FPS comes from developer Sergiu Buccur and is the sequel to the browser-based game Gorescript Classic. The full game is finally here and fans of classic shooters should feel right at home in this game. This may be a modern game but it plays just like a classic FPS game and feels like a blast from the past. Players need to race through level to kill monsters and complete the level as quickly as possible to earn a slot on the leaderboard.
If you missed this game you can find it on Steam here where there’s also a free demo to check out. In addition to this, you can find our review of the demo here and our interview with the developer here.
This puzzle adventure game puts players in control of a student at a rather strange school. There’s a student missing, other kids seem to have devices attached to them and it looks like the adults like to kill kids. It’s certainly not your average school. But in other ways it is just like any average school, there’s a class bully to deal with afterall. Describing Kindergarten isn’t an easy task but it’s certainly a unique game worth checking out if you have a PC.
You can find it on Steam here and we should have a review coming soon.
Black is a mercenary with no memory of his past so with the help of the Pandora headset, he travels into his own mind to explore the only thing he can remember. His rescue attempt for a girl with a bomb strapped to her chest. This FPS game looks to be a psychological horror game filled with twists and turns within the mind of Black as he struggles to remember what happened. It’s definitely not a standard FPS game and this detective game is worth checking out.
Take a look at the game on Steam here but it’s also available for Xbox One and PS4.
Zafehouse: Diaries 2
The sequel to the zombie strategy-survival game Zafehouse: Diaries has been quietly released onto Steam. This series aims to do something very different to other zombie games. Instead of being action focused, these games are orientated towards management, strategy and survival in the middle of the zombie apocalypse. It’s a great alternative for people who enjoy management survival games such as the Rebuild series.
If you feel like giving this series a try then you can find the new game on Steam here. We should have a review coming for this game very soon also so stay tuned for that.
Debugger 3.16: Hack’n’Run
This unique game puts the player in control of a debugging program. The player must delete all errors and bugs in the game using real coding skills. It’s a video game which literally helps you learn how to code while you play it. Needless to say, it’s something that anyone interested in coding should check out.
The game is available on Steam here as an Early Access title but we’ll be posting a review of it at a later date.
The King of Fighters XIV
The King of Fighters XIV has finally launched on Steam. Fighting game fans can rejoice about the fact that there were two major fighting games released last month. Sadly, this game seemed to be overshadowed by the release of Tekken 7 on PC which isn’t too surprising when you think about. Tekken coming to PC is a big deal after all. Despite this, it’s still a great fighting game that all fans of the genre should check out.
The Steam version of the game can be found here.
It’s official, the hacking VR game is now available on PC for the HTC Vive. Not only this, there’s also a non-VR version available. Which is great news for those who were interested in the game but could never play it. This game may seem simple at first but it quickly evolves into something more complex and requires a lot of strategy to defeat. It’s a great puzzle hacking game which is worth checking out.
The VR and non-VR version can be found here on Steam as a single store page item.
Passpartout: The Starving Artist
This may seem like just a ‘funny YouTube game’ and it partially is but there are nice management elements to this game. It’s all about painting and making masterpieces to sell and built up your credibility as an artist. It’s a game for everyone regardless of art skills and the business growing element is certain interesting. It’s a hilarious game with a good amount of depth to it which could make it worth checking out.
Budding artists can grab this game on Steam here to start making some masterpieces.
While this game may not be the best for adults, it’s certainly a nice game to play with younger children. As this is a single player and a co-op game, there’s lots of ways to play it which could make this perfect for family nights. However, it’s not a very difficult game so it might become a bit boring for older players.
We reviewed AereA here and you can find it one Steam here. It’s also available for Xbox One and PS4.
This co-op stealth game flew under the radar when it was released earlier last month. One player takes the role of hacker while the other acts as the infiltrator who physically enters the building. Each job comes with unique challenges and both players must work together to steal all the data from each level. It’s not an easy game and does require some practice but it’s still great fun when playing with a friends.
If you missed this game and want to steal some data you can find it one Steam here.