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Coverage Club

Coverage Club goes over smaller releases to find the hidden gems of Steam's storefront. If you're looking for something off the beaten path, this is a great place to start.

Secrets of Rætikon
Recommended March 9

As far as exploration games go, Secrets of Rætikon does a pretty good job scratching that itch. The combat requires creative environmental exploits, and there are neat little puzzles hidden about.

$9.99
Cubiques
Recommended April 13

Simple polygons and geometric shapes, a piano concerto on loop, and over 70 small puzzles to solve. Cubiques is a competent package for players to find some mild challenge with.

$3.99
FOX n FORESTS
Recommended May 18

Fox n Forests is 16-bit, retro sidescrolling goodness. The nostalgic vibes are in the 2D sprite characters, the animations, and the music. It’s a spot-on achievement on Bonus Level’s part.

$9.99
The Little Ball That Could
Recommended April 27

The obstacles and design of the levels get much more complex as you play. With a total of five worlds, and considering how much fun we’ve had in only one, it's worth a trip.

$7.99
Containment
Recommended May 11

Containment is a balancing act. You want to eliminate the bacteria, but you want to keep the game going as long as you can. This is a fun and addictive puzzle game that’s also aesthetically pleasing.

$1.99
Cradle
Recommended April 7

Cradle made me more interested in Mongolia while also providing some fun adventure gameplay and an interesting story.

$12.99
Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore A Fedora
Recommended February 16

Hot Tin Roof: The Cat that Wore a Fedora's clever comedic writing fits well with the tone, and the world easily drew me in.

-75%
$14.99
$3.74
Shadowhand: RPG Card Game
Recommended March 16

When I had played enough of Shadowhand to feel comfortable writing about it I figured about two hours had passed. Turns out I’d put six hours into the game instead. That’s a good sign.

$14.99
Abandon Ship
Recommended March 23

If you’re up for micromanaging a crew and getting through tough scenarios by the skin of your teeth, Abandon Ship may be up your galley.

$19.99
High Hell
Recommended February 9

High Hell is small in scope, but delivers what it promises. For a certain type of completionist, the speedrun challenge of blasting every foe in seconds will prove to be a delight.

$9.99
Nonogram - The Greatest Painter
Recommended May 18

Above all else, Nonogram is easily digestible, offers a lot of replay value, and is a joy to behold. With jazzy tunes playing throughout your puzzle solving adventure, there’s a lot to enjoy here.

$2.99
Bear With Me
Recommended March 9

Bear With Me has an interesting plot with depth, charming characters, and an interesting visual art style. For adventure game fans looking for a different kind of mystery, it's easy to reccomend.

Free
Dig Dog
Recommended March 30

Dig Dog is easy to recommend to anyone looking for an unassuming retro-styled adventure. It isn’t as good as hanging out with a real dog, but it has an irresistible charm that brings it pretty close.

$2.99
Tempest: Pirate Action RPG
Recommended March 23

Tempest is a fun and accessible RPG with the usual twist of magic and nautical legends that add to the fun.

$14.99
Morphite
Recommended March 30

It’s hard to deny that Morphite is a fun game that honestly tries it’s hardest. This is a great little proof of concept that stands out from the crowd.

$14.99
Grimante
Informational March 2

Grimante is marred by some amateur mistakes that make it less appealing than it should be. Even so, if you like tactical combat and puzzle games, it might be worth giving this genre hybrid a shot.

$4.99
Deep Sixed
Recommended May 25

Deep Sixed is a game where chaos is the norm. If you enjoy challenging titles that will test your patience, then this is the kind of game you would absolutely love.

$12.99
ShellShock Live
Recommended January 26

Shellshock has countless weapons to unlock, randomized stages, and a suite of game modes to break up the monotony. Add a bright coating of neon graphics on top and you’ve got a recipe for a good time.

$6.99
Fake Colours
Recommended April 27

Fake Colours seems to be a puzzle game for genuine puzzle enthusiasts. You should check this game out if you have the spatial reasoning to solve a Rubik’s Cube in a couple of minutes.

$2.99
Puyo Puyo™Tetris®
Recommended February 10

Puyo Puyo Tetris excels in almost all areas. Some of its game modes might've fallen a little flat (looking at you, Party), but the overall package exudes fun.

$19.99
Freaky Awesome
Recommended January 12

Freaky Awesome‘s roguelite offering is stylish for sure, with a gameplay loop best described as Binding of Isaac by way of The Toxic Avenger.

$9.99
Gray Matter
Recommended February 16

Gray Matter is a fun game. It’s quirky and off-kilter, and the premise is definitely weird, but that’s what makes it memorable.

$9.99
Trailblazers
Recommended May 11

Trailblazers is pretty fun if you know what you’re getting into. This isn’t a precision racer, but the painting mechanics and focus on teamwork make it stand out from the crowd.

$29.99
Stereo Aereo
Recommended January 19

It’s quite entertaining and I would actually recommend the game to rhythm game fans looking for something new and cheap to try.

$3.99
Subsurface Circular
Recommended February 9

If you’re looking for a short sci-fi story that leans into text adventure gameplay, Subsurface Circular is your perfect match.

$5.99
House Flipper
Recommended May 25

I had no clue I wanted House Flipper until I started playing it. Now I can’t imagine a world without House Flipper. Tranquil when I wanted, hilarious when I needed it, this is a true 2018 surprise.

$19.99
Octogeddon
Recommended February 23

As a unique take on shoot-em-ups that introduces some fun mechanics, Octogeddon is easy to recommend, unless you’re someone suffering from molluscophobia.

$12.88
Swim Out
Recommended May 4

Swim Out truly captures that feeling of relaxing by the pool on summer vacation. I didn’t know I wanted that in a puzzler, but I’m glad I’ve got it now.

$5.99
Steredenn
Recommended February 2

If we still lived in the age of the arcade, Steredenn‘s cabinet would turn a lot of heads.

$12.99
STATUS: INSANE
Recommended February 2

STATUS: INSANE a bit clunky around the edges, but it's also a fun puzzle game that occasionally wanders into brilliant territory

$4.99
Ruin of the Reckless
Recommended January 19

Ruin's melee combat really makes you feel powerful as you knock one slime into three more and send an entire room of enemies ricocheting around like billiard balls.

$9.99
PC Building Simulator
Recommended April 13

If you’re interested in tinkering with computers without risking thousands in real-world parts, you should consider giving PC Building Simulator a whirl.

$19.99
Roguemance
Recommended April 20

Roguemance looks rather generic in the sea of pixelated indie games, but its beating heart, in the end, is a clever, well-made roguelike that is able to stand upon its own shoulders

$6.99
Alchemic Jousts
Not Recommended April 7

There’s a lot of fun to be had discovering Alchemic Jousts' elemental combinations. Unfortunately, that fun doesn’t always translate to the battlefield.

$14.99