Looking for a team-based survival game that's a little off the beaten path? Check out Rend, a new adventure that's just made its Early Access debut today!
Dontnod Entertainment's Vampyr is a multifaceted game where you do a whole lot more than mindlessly guzzle down the blood of your victims. You have a lot more civility than that, you know. Though you're living the life of a vampire, you mustn't forget that you're still a doctor, and you have patients to keep in mind. They need your assistance, and you need to help them get well if you want to make any meaningful progress through the game.
With that in mind, we've put together a guide to help you craft all medicine recipes in Vampyr, so you can help heal the various villagers' ailments, whether it's a simple headache to deadly sepsis. You'll be a regular Florence Nightingale in no time.
Back in 2015, Cube Life: Island Survival hit the Wii U, bringing block-building, open-world adventure to the hybrid console. Now, several years later, the eShop bestseller is coming to PC, bringing its Minecraft-meets-The Forest vibe to the modern generation.
Conan Exiles is out in Early Access on Steam, and one of the most important elements of the game is crafting. In the game, it's important to equip yourself with better arms and armor, as well as build up your base. But where do you start? Luckily, we’ve got the basics covered, from Knowledge Points to materials to recipes.
Gamepedia has teamed up with Balcony Team to bring you The Official Balrum Wiki! Balrum, which has fourteen days left on its Kickstarter campaign, is a single-player RPG where it matters how players interact with their worlds, which affects the outcome of the game.
Balrum features over a hundred spells, combat options, house building (or, after chapter one, choosing to live a nomad-like lifestyle of the adventurer), extensive crafting, unique AI for each NPC, boss fights, dungeons, turned based combat, a realtime living world, hunting, farming, and quests told through a five-chapter rich lore experience! The development team is especially proud of their AI engine that gives life to every NPC within Balrum's world.
Starting at twenty dollars, backers can have access to a digital download of Balrum, available for Linux, Windows and Mac OSX. Want your name in the credits? You can have that along with your game copy for $40! $50 will also get your name inscribed on an object within the world. For those who want a larger part within the development of Balrum, there are reward tiers for designing a monster, a quest or even a dungeon with Balcony Team's developers!
One other way you can help Balrum is by becoming a contributor to the official wiki! Every wiki at Gamepedia is for and by the community, meaning we rely on the help of anyone who wishes to contribute and edit wikis. Please see the help page to learn how to get started!
Have you seen the Kickstarter for 7 Days to Die yet? Check it out! They're also up for voting at Steam Greenlight. Equally exciting is that Gamepedia is the official wiki for 7 Days to Die, a voxel-based zombie horror survival that blends tower defense, roleplaying and FPS! This open world sandbox game full of variety: exploration with a full points-of-interest system, a dynamic story generation system to enhance roleplay and loot, basic survival that intertwines with an extensive crafting system, a robust combat system, and powerful character development.
Available on Windows, Mac and Linux, 7 Days to Die has enemies that strengthen or weaken depending on time of day, and can adapt to players in the world! In either solo, co-op or multiplayer play, sneak past enemies, search out or create purer food and water, and customize your character with an experience and skill tree system. 7 Days to Die accommodates a diverse assortment of gamers and game play styles!
While it offers something for everyone, 7 Days to Die needs help. Be sure to vote for it on Steam Greenlight and check out their Kickstarter rewards! Is this the game for you? Become a backer of 7 Days to Die and get something awesome, like a detailed game map, an in-game poster with your face, your name in the credits, beta and alpha access, and so much more! If all of that isn't convincing you yet, their stretch goals showing where any extra funds will be allocated should do the trick!
Additionally, the 7 Days to Die Official Wiki relies on community support. Every Gamepedia wiki is built from the ground up by our community -- you! If you would like to become a contributor, please see the help page on how to get started!
One truly remarkable community creation is the Terraria Wiki, which comes in several different languages! Together, these Terraria wikis comprise roughly 30,000 articles and 175,000 edits from 15,000 community members!
Terraria offers a rich 2-D gaming experience with crafting, pvp, dungeon crawling, random events, unlocking NPCs, dueling, pets, exploration, building and combat! Developed by Re-Logic and console published by 505 Games, Terraria is available through Steam, Xbox Live Arcade and the Playstation Network. Steam players may now participate in the Steam trading card game and earn cards randomly throughout gameplay!
Interested in joining the Terraria Wiki community? Check out the help and wiki rules pages for tips on becoming a contributor! Every wiki hosted at Gamepedia is for and by the community, meaning we wouldn't be where we are without you!
Developed by Picroma, Cube World is a 3D multiplayer adventure game, currently available on the Windows platform. Mac and console support is slated for the future. In addition to exploration, Cube World offers a full, rich RPG experience: crafting, house building, co-op play, four distinct classes with specialized paths, boss mobs, missions and much more!
Even without an official announcement, fans of the voxel-based exploration RPG quickly discovered that Cube World was released. There have been problems with the shop, which has been taken offline, but they hope to have it back online as soon as possible and are working hard to assist all who wish to purchase Cube World!
Gamepedia's Cube World Wiki compiles a vast amount of community-curated information! Anyone may join in and participate, as the wiki is for and by the community. To get started, see the help page for information on editing and adding content!
Towns, developed by SMP, is a mix between a city building and management sim and an RPG and the wiki already has an amazing amount of community contributions! Not only can players create buildings, but the different people attracted to the town take over different functions, such as heroes, who explore the dungeon beneath town.
Players start with a few settlers and build up their city, Township. Every player-made choice either attracts more people into Township or makes the characters want to wander off. Players must harvest and build for their townspeople, but also remember to keep them fed enough. Heroes are attracted to towns with taverns and have several different personality sets. In addition to sim characteristics, Towns also offers traditional RPG flavors, such as weapon crafting and loot drops.
Edge of Space is a multiplayer 2D sandbox survival game set in deep space, with the goal of terraforming a world back to life. Developed by HandyMan Studios, the game is now available on Steam! Gamepedia is the official wiki for Edge of Space.
Players wake up out of deep cryo-sleep after an unknown amount of time, as recruits for ArkCo, with only knowledge of the company's technology on their side. The world of Edge of Space is set to work against players. In order to survive, players must explore, gather materials and create living environments, making this a true player versus environment game.
In addition, Edge of Space features reactive space combat, dynamic crafting, terraforming, player vehicles, co-op weapons, events, rewarded exploration, non-linear advancement and much more! Edge of Space may be found here on Steam and launches with support on both Windows and Mac, with Linux to follow.