‘Radical Heights’ is Cliff Bleszinski’s free-to-play battle royale game

That didn't take long. After announcing that LawBreakers wasn't living up to expectations (and making enough money), and teasing a new project on Friday, developer Boss Key has revealed the "passion project" it teased. Try to feign surprise when you...

Valve is ‘still working hard’ on Steam OS, Linux gaming

A few days ago Valve reworked the main navigation bar in its Steam Store and removed a direct link to buy Steam Machines, the Linux-based boxes it hailed as an open alternative to macOS or Windows PC gaming. Combined with a lack of recent announcemen...

10 years later, ‘SpyParty’ hits Steam Early Access on April 12th

Chris Hecker, the creator of SpyParty, is smiling and gesturing wildly over the open lid of a laptop showcasing the game's six new, upgraded maps. After 10 years of development, SpyParty is finally going to land on Steam Early Access on April 12th, a...

PC Building Simulator Lets You Build the Virtual Gaming Rig of Your Dreams

I used to love building my own PCs back when I had the time to do it. As time has moved forward, they have become much easier to build too. I miss putting all of those components together and creating super powerful machines. Well, if you feel the same way, you are going to love PC Building Simulator

It’s a simulator where you build your own PCs and it’s pretty detailed too. You can buy components, build, benchmark, diagnose, and repair PCs while you strive to develop your own computer repair business. I’m not sure that this would be a very exciting game to the general population, but for PC builders, it looks like fun.

The game has even teamed up with real-world hardware manufacturers so the components are all based on real ones. That’s pretty damn cool. I have to admit, this game makes my inner nerd very happy. I must play it. I will play it. And I will build the biggest, baddest gaming rig in the world. Well, virtual world anyway. You can find it on Steam for just $20.

This isn’t Super Mario Bros. This is a game for a special kind of nerd – nerds like me. I’m glad it exists.

[via Geekologie]

‘Apocalypse Cow’ is a platform game inspired by ‘Wreck-It Ralph’

One of the best things about attending GDC is that, more often than not, you come across some of the best-looking independent titles. Today, that honor goes to Apocalypse Cow, a cinematic adventure game that draws inspiration from animated films like...