Given where you are in the world right now, it's probably far too cold to go outside and spend time, so why not dive into these awesome Official Wikis? Once again, we have a ton of awesome choices for you this week, as usual, and an XXL helping today. Strap in, bundle up, and get ready for all the awesome games to have joined Gamepedia's Official Wiki club.
If you like puzzle games, you'll want to check out the PostCurious Official Wiki, which is a destination for narrative adventure tabletop games like The Tale of Ord. They combine various different physical puzzles, riddles, items in the real world, and other kinds of online interactivity to create cool and unique tabletop experiences. Be sure to hit up the wiki for more information on what kind of products PostCurious has out in the wild!
If you've ever wanted to explore the terrifying world of The Exorcist, The Exorcist: Legion VR is certainly for you. Set within the horrifying world created by William Peter Blatty, it takes HTC Vive and Oculus Go users on a ride through what may as well be hell, rife with exorcisms, demonic secrets, and other episodic spooks that should very well please fans of the movie and TV series. Looking to be totally immersed in VR in an extremely creepy world? This is what you need to be playing.
Boxing Star is an exciting, action-packed mobile game that finds you rising from the ranks as a lowly street fighter all the way up to becoming the world champion. Using touch controls, you'll be tasking with dipping, ducking, and dodging your way to stardom as you train hard, meet wacky boxers, and test your skills against other players all the way across the world. If you're a Punch-Out!! fan, you'll feel right at home with Boxing Star. Plus, it's available on both iOS and Android devices!
Love Minecraft? Love to create? The Block Box is a colorful world where you're tasked with building and defending a village in a randomly-generated world made entirely of blocks. You need to manage your villagers and their actions as well as help shape the very world they live in. You've got a few days to get everyone in line and working together, but beware – on night three, the skeletons will attack, and you have to make sure your villagers are safe. Protect your town and build all the crazy, awesome things you can think of in this PC adventure.
Mulaka recalls the intense journey of Sukuruame, a Tarahumara shaman tasked with fighting the various beings that are corrupting the landscape. The game draws inspiration from environments inspired by real Sierra Tarahumara locations and features melee combat, bright and colorful graphics and a unique art style, and plenty of unique culture inspired by the indigenous peoples of Tarahumara. It's certainly an adventure well-worth taking, but only for the brave.
One Million Worlds takes a page out of the "block world" book like many other games out there, but this one is different — it focuses on machines, movement, and other unique building options. There are special physics in the world that will allow you to make awesome, functioning machines like spaceships, vehicles, and lots of other cool stuff.
Mad World, not to be confused with the uber-violent MadWorld, takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where no one remembers the past. It's an MMORPG where it's been a thousand years since a "mysterious event" lead the world to complete annihilation, and now you have to take a stand. It's not going to be easy, but it sure does look fun!
Brittany Vincent has been covering video games and tech for over a decade for publications like G4, Popular Science, Playboy, Empire, Complex, IGN, GamesRadar, Kotaku, Maxim, GameSpot, Shacknews, and more. When she's not writing or gaming, she's looking for the next great visual novel in the vein of Saya no Uta. Like a fabulous shooter once said, get psyched!