A Camp in the Woods is a 2D adventure-horror game developed by Theck Studios. The Pre-Beta version of the game is currently available on Desura, and new patches are released regularly. The game is now on Steam Greenlight, and has received positive feedback from the community so far. Gamepedia has partnered with the developer to bring you the Official A Camp in the Woods Wiki, a complete resource for all your game-related needs.
A third of the way through it's relatively small goal of $35,000 on the first day of its new Kickstarter campaign, Skara the Blade Remains will release into Steam Early Access next month! This Kickstarter is for the final funding needed for the game's full release later this year. We've previously written about Skara, when we announced the Official Wiki at Gamepedia. Did you know that Skara was voted for Steam Greenlit in only eight days!
Have you ever wanted to fully create a dungeon from the ground up, including designing your character, abilities, weapons and loot? Armchair developers rejoice, you can now star in your very own dungeons by backing Popup Dungeon on Kickstarter! We're super excited that we've partnered with Triple B Titles for the Official Popup Dungeon Wiki at Gamepedia, where you can learn everything this roguelike has to offer! If you prefer to play by the developer's design, do not fret, you can romp around in a fully procedurally drawn dungeon if you choose!
Available for PC, Mac and Linux, Popup Dungeon was Greenlit on Steam in just eleven days! Creation in Popup Dungeon is one of the key factors and if they meet their stretch goals on Kickstarter, this will also include a Dungeon Master mode, where you can create your own campaigns for others to go through! Through Steam Workshop, your creations will be available for others to enjoy. User generated content means that your resources are limitless. You can even download user generated bosses, making each dungeon run completely different from the last. Popup Dungeon also offers single player where you can go in alone or control a group, with the dungeon expanding on how many you bring on your team, or with multiplayer.
Head on over to the Popup Dungeon's Kickstarter and grab that sweet reward tier that speaks to you, so you can become a backer, help Popup Dungeon become funded and even reach some stretch goals. Did you know that for $28 you can also get a Steam key to give to a friend? Why dungeon alone when you can always have a friend with you! After you've become a part of Popup Dungeon's success, be sure to see what you can do on the Official Popup Dungeon Wiki. Helping out is easy! Take a look at the Help Wiki or our latest Help Wiki Highlights article for ideas on how you can get started!
Awake on a seemingly derelict ship and begin your adventure in this 2D puzzle and RPG game from THE BROTHERHOOD, which has had both successfully completed a Kickstarter campaign and become Greenlit on Steam! We have partnered with them to bring The Official Stasis Wiki to the community, where you can find everything you need to know about this deep space exploration game that comes with puzzles and a deep adventure experience. Stasis is recommended for fans of dystopian futuristic environments.
Based on sci-fi classics, such as Alien and Event Horizon, Stasis is a game in its alpha stage that is the corporate versus morality tale that we've all grown to know and love. If you're a fan of point and click mechanics, isometric graphics, professional voice acting, and an engaging science fiction story, all with a compelling soundtrack, check out their alpha demo directly from their website!
Have you checked out the demo or pledged on their website and not sure what to do next? Check out the Official Wiki and see what you can do to help out! Editors and contributors are always welcome. If you're not sure where to start, check out the Help Wiki. Here, you will find tutorials to learn how to do everything possible! In addition, Gamepedia staff and community members can be found in IRC channels at any time!
Aiming for that nostalgic joy from games we love, Heart & Slash is a classic brawler with roguelike elements and unlimited replayability. To celebrate with aheartfullofgames and Heart & Slash's successful Kickstarter campaign, we're excited that the Official Heart & Slash Wiki is now available at Gamepedia! Missed the Heart & Slash Kickstarter? You can still pre-order the game directly through aheartfullofgames and also help them become Steam Greenlit by voting for Heart & Slash!
As Heart, you are a robot in a post-human world where you and other robots just go through the motions you were programmed to you long, long ago. The only thing you and other robots have to answer to is QuAsSy, your omnipotent robot leader, who's job is to ensure everything fits ancient quality standards. Your story truly begins when you realize that you prefer self-identity over protocols, and you're willing to fight for what you want! With tons of weapons and robot body parts, your combinations are endless. In addition, each new game is completely different from what you've previously been offered. Enjoy short, brutal levels that put fun in gaming without consuming your time!
Heart & Slash is working on stretch goals through funding earned through its site; stretch goals that could lead to certain fun and mayhem like alternative bosses in game! Want to keep up who makes the final cut? The Official Heart & Slash Wiki is the perfect place to read the latest news. For anyone who wants to lend a hand as a contributor, have a look at the Help Wiki to see how you can get started!
We've teamed up with Gaddy Games for the Official Dig or Die Wiki at Gamepedia! Dig or Die, which is currently working on both a crowdfunding campaign at Ulule and becoming Greenlit on Steam, is a sci-fi sandbox game with realistic physics. As an employee of CRAFT & Co, an intergalactic tool company, you are working your way through the galaxy to sell your wears when you find yourself ship wrecked and stranded. Even though your ship crashes on a hostile planet, you luckily have supplies that you planned on selling so you can build defenses, mine rare ores and eventually build a ship to get you off the planet. Dig or Die allows for single player, co-op and multiplayer modes.
Each night, the local monsters plot massive attacks, which you need to survive by building defenses and smartly placing turrets. Each area becomes more dangerous than the last, which is where you need to fight through to obtain rare resources for the ship you must build in order to escape the planet. Team up with friends to explore the world or attack other fortresses! Have a look at backer reward tiers, which offer fun things like designing a monster or weapon for the game.
After you've found the perfect reward tier, don't forget that the official wiki always has room for new contributors, or that you can also help by voting for Dig or Die on Steam Greenlight. For anyone who wants to start contributing, have a look at the Help Wiki for not only tutorials for the basics, but advanced tips as well! Gamepedia staff and community members can also be found in our IRC channels.
While building games are currently hotter than ever, most of them focus on building massive fortresses and static designs for the land plot you have staked claim to. From The Depths, however, allows you to make grand designs that are functional, battle ready machines for combat. We have teamed with Brilliant Skies for the Official From The Depths Wiki for all of your building, combat and weaponry needs! Enjoy adversarial multiplayer, co-op or single player modes with realistic construction and destruction physics - as your custom vehicles are being built or crumble from combat, their functionality becomes impacted! From The Depths has also recently become Greenlit on Steam by the community.
Currently in alpha, From The Depths takes place in randomly generated worlds full of monsters, constant danger and the thrilling promise of other players to test out your latest creations against! Create custom vehicles, take first person command of anything from airplane carriers to submarines to even hot air balloons, all which you build block by block to your specific designs. As you combat other players, you work towards new weapons and designs, repairs to your existing squadrons, eliminating other players' fleets and unlocking new equipment earned through multiplayer victories!
The Official From The Depths Wiki is your number one community resource for information on materials, weapons, monsters and so much more! To ensure it continues to be the best resource available, we encourage all members of the community to become contributors and editors! For anyone interested in joining in, the Help Wiki is a great place to learn how to get started. Remember that Gamepedia staff and fellow community members are also available in IRC - /join #Gamepedia and come say hi!
Newly Greenlit on Steam and extremely close to meeting, and possibly exceeding its Kickstarter campaign goals, StarCrawlers is currently in development. The fine folks at Juggernaut Games partnered with us to bring the Official StarCrawlers Wiki to Gamepedia! Lead a crew of Crawlers for hire in a procedurally generated world that reacts based on your missions and choices.
You and your crew have specific sets of talents: general mercenary work, asset..."recovery," espionage and your average shady dealings are among your greatest skills to offer those who will hire you. StarCrawlers offers a responsive world that reacts to what you do in the world. Each dungeon is drawn to tailor both the specific choices you have made, but also what mission you happen to be running at the time. Other customizations include upgradeable loot from randomly dropped tables and class abilities and modifications.
More choices for you to make include which reward tier from the StarCrawlers Kickstarter page is perfect for you and how you can contribute to the official wiki. Every wiki at Gamepedia, including the Official StarCrawlers Wiki is created for and by the community. The wikis here are only as awesome as they are thanks to the dedication of our amazing community. Have a look at the Help Wiki to get started!
Recently launched through Steam Greenlight Early Access, Signs of Life is the space opera you can star in. Our newest partnership brings the Official Signs of Life Wiki to you! Signs of life combines several favorite genres into one exciting game: platforming, sci-fi, survival and sandbox. Content is both generated and created, and Signs of Life has a compelling crafting system that allows you to use what you harvest off of creatures, whether they be familiar, new alien forms...or chickens!
Set amidst an apocalyptic war, through a few turns of events, it is just you, your escape pod, AGIS the faulty intelligent life companion, a multifunctional wrist band, and the clothes on your back in unknown territory. You were once part of what was left of the human race, but now you are alone to discover life ("a bunch of weird alien creatures" and aforementioned chickens) where you find yourself. Did you just run into a friend or foe? The possibilities are endless in Signs of Life! On top of it all, Signs of Life has a good dose of humor in its immersive world.
Check out Signs of Life Early Access and know that the official wiki is the best place to find information for Signs of Life outside of the game! However, this does not mean that the wiki couldn't use more help. Every wiki at Gamepedia is made for and by the community, meaning, if you find outdated information, missing punctuation, or want to add new content to the wiki, feel free to jump in! We give you what you need to be successful. Tools like the Help Wiki will get you started!
We'd like to congratulate our latest partner on successfully becoming backed on Kickstarter and Greenlit on Steam! The Official Rain World Wiki is up on Gamepedia, ready for the community to dive in! Rain World, starring you as an adorable slugcat, is set in a world torn apart by never ending rain that has shattered your surroundings. An abandoned industrial environment is the backdrop for this game, which is as full of horrors as it is adorable. You must be prey and predator to hunt down enough food before your next hibernation or risk becoming the food of something else.
While Rain World is currently being developed for Windows and Mac, it has surpassed its stretch goal of $50,000 to explore options of porting the game to Linux and consoles. Rain World is a platforming game with traditional animation as well as code, which allows for more nimble, physics based actions. Set in an open, sandbox world, you are in control of your choices, which also have real consequences. In addition to the narrative, you can also enjoy coop and competitive play with up to four players, including death matches, custom challenges and more! Did we mention adorable slugcats?
Want to help celebrate Rain World's success with both Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight? Why not become an editor or contributor to the official wiki? Anyone can become one and all are encouraged to do so! For ideas on where to get started, see the Help Wiki, which includes community created tutorials. Want to chat with us? Gamepedia staff and community members can be found in our IRC channels -- come say hi!
Currently in its alpha phase, Interplanetary is offers the epic space battle we all want. Interplanetary has successfully become Greenlit on Steam and will be available for Mac, Linux and Windows machines. We're thrilled to announce that The Official Interplanetary Wiki has found its home with Gamepedia! Finnish studio Team Jolly Roger has been known to give alpha keys out to those who follow them on Twitter or Facebook, as well!
A turn-based strategy game, Interplanetary is based on hard science fiction, where it is planet against planet. You must work hard on gathering resources and building your planet, while spying on your enemies, encouraging your citizens and working on your star system's domination! Beware: other players (or the game's AI) will have the same goals as you. It is planet against planet all out war with Interplanetary!
Help out Interplanetary by becoming an alpha tester and help the official wiki by becoming a contributor! Want to contribute, but not sure where to start? Take a look at the Help Wiki or the help page for ideas. Have a question about wikis or just want to chat? Gamepedia staff and community members can be found in IRC!
Quickfire Games' newly funded Wild Season just finished a successful Kickstarter campaign and is currently working towards being Greenlit on Steam! Wild Season, which will be available on Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, and Windows, plans to also be released on handheld console devices in the future. For the farm simulation lover in all of us, The Official Wild Season Wiki is now available on Gamepedia!
Your story begins when you become the owner of a farm in a far away town. Inspired by games like Harvest Moon, Wild Season is about upkeep, repairs and dealing with distractions, such as friends, love, enemies, and discovering mysteries. Wild Season also has eight characters for you to befriend, woo and share romantic ties with through the game's Friend-Zone Engine. As you work your way through your story, your actions and choices change the world around you!
Be sure to vote for Wild Season on Steam Greenlight! The official wiki is another place to help out -- each wiki is by and for the community, which means we depend on you! Contribute new content or edit what already exists. Every little bit helps make Gamepedia wikis the best possible resource for the gaming community. For ideas on how you can contribute, see the Help Wiki for tutorials or chat with Gamepedia staff and community members in IRC!
Two fantastic things are happening today: not only does the official wiki for A Wizard's Lizard come to Gamepedia, but the game is also launching! A Wizard's Lizard is the newest game from Lost Decade Games, the studio who also brought us Onslaught! Arena. Available for PC, Mac and Linux, A Wizard's Lizard is a roguelike adventure RPG and can be purchased through their website. The game is also up for vote on Steam Greenlight, so make sure to be heard that you would like A Wizard's Lizard available through Steam!
As the name suggests, you are a lizard in search of your wizard. You fight through dungeons to advance to where you can get back to him. Unlike many games, however, A Wizard's Lizard rewards death. In order to advance and reach the realm of the dead, you need to die and acquire the power of resurrection. Death himself has captured your wizard and you must find the courage and bravery to rescue him! Use your favorite gamepad, including an Xbox 360 controller, to fully control your lizard.
Excited about A Wizard's Lizard as we are? Vote for them on Steam Greenlight and become a contributor for the official wiki! Contributing is easy and we give you all that you need to be successful. Want to see tutorials, look up extensions or just have a wiki syntax refresher? The Help Wiki has everything you need! Have a pressing question or just want to have a chat with Gamepedia staff and fellow community members? Gamepedia has IRC channels!
Fresh off a recently successful Kickstarter campaign, Asthree Works brings the Official Paradise Lost Wiki to Gamepedia! Accessible on Steam Greenlight and Asthree's website, Paradise Lost is available for multiple platforms. Paradise Lost takes inspiration from classic games we all love, focuses on action/stealth,and has RPG elements, along with some platforming and puzzle solving added in for good measure!
Paradise Lost: First Contact takes place in a secret bio-engineering research facility that has been home to an alien plant, which has recently escaped from its containment. You guide the plant's evolution process, test out new abilities and develop gaming strategies unique to your playstyle! At first glance, many areas within Paradise Lost are inaccessible to players, but through exploration and discovery, new abilities become unlocked and specific objects needed to open up these areas become available. Discover all you can in order to escape from the facility!
Have you made great discoveries within Paradise Lost? Become a contributor for the official wiki and share your secrets! Editing and contributing is easy. To get started, have a look at the Help Wiki for tips and tutorials. Gamepedia staff and community members are also available in IRC!
Over the summer, we announced the Official Wiki for The Repopulation and now we would like to let you all know what has been going on with one of the most anticipated MMOs! The Repopulation, which has one previously successful Kickstarter campaign, has just started a new one with exciting new reward tiers and stretch goals. In addition, The Repopulation is now up for Steam's Greenlight -- be sure to get your vote in!
For everyone who missed their chance to be a backer for The Repopulation during the initial Kickstarter run, now is the chance to find the perfect reward tier. There are even options for you to get a game token for both yourself and a friend, so you can invite someone to play with you! Check out their Kickstarter page for videos on all of the released information, such as player housing and character creation. Be sure to help The Repopulation get Greenlit, also!
Don't forget to see what has been happening at the official wiki. So many changes, updates and new content has happened since July! Know something about The Repopulation, but don't see it on the wiki? Help the community stay informed by becoming a contributor. Contributing is easy, whether you need to add in one comma or an entire new page, we give you the tools you need to be successful. The Help Wiki is full of tutorials to get you started, and you can find both community and Gamepedia staff in our IRC channels!
We're super excited to have so much amazing news lately and it keeps coming! Now we get to announce our partnership with Frogdice to bring you the Official Tower of Elements Wiki which now supports Tower of Elements II! Tower of Elements II is currently both working on a Kickstarter campaign, as well as working to become Greenlit on Steam. Be sure to put in your vote and choose the reward tier that best suits you! Having already achieved more than 150% of their funding goal, Frogdice is getting ready to announce some very special stretch goals, so be sure to check it out!
Create and build your own city, enter match three tower defence combat, and engage in epic boss fights with this real time strategy and puzzle game! Available for Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux, Tower of Elements II is a multifaceted game with so much to offer gamers, such as, the ability to collect scrolls off of enemies you fight, which will allow you to add them to your beastiary to experiment on. Kickstarter reward tiers are equally as fun, like the ability to name a villager that will appear in everyone's game, name your own tower, or even help create an event! To see the full list of what each reward tier offers, be sure to check out the ToE2 Kickstarter page.
Becoming a backer for Tower of Elements II starts at $1 and voting for ToE2 to become Greenlit is free! Show your support and become a contributor on the official wiki. If you're new to wikis or just need a refresher on some syntax, check out the Help Wiki for everything you need, including tutorials! Gamepedia staff and community are also always available in IRC -- /join Gamepedia and say hi!
Scraps is a game based on not just vehicle combat, but vehicle design and build as well. Already Greenlit on Steam, Scraps is extremely close to its Kickstarter funding goal, with 6 days left and the official wiki is now available at Gamepedia! If you enjoy not only vehicle combat, but hunting for scraps, designing your war machine and building it from the ground up, then Scraps is the game for you. Check out the Kickstarter campaign and choose the reward tier that best suits you.
Currently in its alpha stage, Scraps allows players to have fully functional designs based in physics. This allows for a lot of human error, as your designs will have consequences if you make bad decisions! Because of Scraps being successfully Greenlit, Steam keys are available for anyone who backs the Kickstarter campaign for $20 NZD or more! Become a backer and join the fun at building a vehicle designed to fail, which can be just as satisfying as building an unstoppable machine. Scraps will be available on Linux, Windows and OSX.
Kickstarter reward tiers offer everything: a download key for both you and a friend, along with a special bronze effect for your vehicle vehicle; access to the downloadable soundtrack; a silver effect for your vehicle (or even gold at a higher tier!); having your name added to game credits along with a special in-game icon so others know your status; unique vehicle parts; or even being able to design a vehicle part!
Already a backer for Scraps' Kickstarter campaign? While you wait for first available alpha build, why not contribute for the official wiki? In addition to content creations, editing existing pages is just as important. Have a look at the Help Wiki for guidance on everything you could possibly need to help on wikis. Want to chat with Gamepedia staff and community! Join us in IRC!
The newest title from Studio Fawn is currently in the middle of both a Kickstarter campaign and voting to become greenlit on Steam! In addition, the Official Bloom Wiki is one of the newest names to come to Gamepedia! Bloom, a gorgeous game with classic RPG elements, offers so much for a great variety of players and is a game created by gamers for gamers, with multiple paths of advancement for everyone out there.
Not only is there the classic combat path, but you are able to advance through stealth, story and collection as well! One of the most unique aspects of this stunningly animated game is that one can advance through the entire game without harming anything at all. In addition, Bloom offers puzzles and other mini-games, discovery through travel, learn to control moods, talk to friends and enemies alike to expand your character, and see what objects in game grant secondary abilities!
Starting at $10, you can back Bloom on Kickstarter and receive a copy of the game for Windows, Linux or Mac. Other reward tiers include plushies, art books, soundtracks, beta access, your likeliness as a character in Bloom or even have a hand in creating a character in Bloom, including its backstory!
Want to become a contributor to the Bloom Wiki? Have a look at the Help Wiki to get started, where you can find everything from basic syntax to full tutorials. Sharpen your wiki skills and start contributing, but don't forget to select the perfect Kickstarter reward tier or vote for Bloom on Steam!
We have so many exciting announcements this week and they keep coming! Gamepedia is proud to say that we have partnered with snowed in Studios to bring you the Official Windforge Wiki! While still in pre-alpha, Windforge is working on becoming Steam Greenlit and already features incredible graphics.
Based on the concept of freedom, Windforge allows players to do exactly what they want in this 2-D shooter RPG. Build your own airships to explore the world! Not only can you build in Windforge, but the world is completely destructable as well. Windforge also features skill-based combat, complete with full 360-degree aiming, over 500 craftable items, and a storlyline to drive you through the game on your epic journey!
In order for this beautiful, freedom-based game to become a reality, Windforge needs your help! Vote for them in Steam Greenlight and become a contributor for the official wiki! Becoming a contributor is easy -- from the smallest grammar correction to adding in an entire section -- every contribution counts and every Gamepedia-hosted wiki is community created! To learn more, check out the Windforge Help Page, the Gamepedia Help Wiki or #Gamepedia in IRC!
Not too long ago, we announced our partnership with development studio, The Fun Pimps, to host the official 7 Days to Die Wiki at Gamepedia. Since then, the game's popularity has grown so tremendously, that earlier this week, we launched dedicated translated versions of the wiki in both Russian and German! Because of the community's amazing support, we could only write about 7 Days to Die again, this time putting the official wiki in our weekly spotlight!
Since the last time we wrote about 7 Days to Die, so much has happened to this survival horde crafting game. Not only was their Kickstarter campaign successfully funded, but reaction was so strong that they made it to the 5th tier stretch goal! In addition, 7 Days to Die was Greenlit on Steam in 19 days and their fanbase has grown so rapidly that they put in new servers to support the growing community!
Alpha 1.1 is on the horizon and a list of what will be included in the next build has been published to the 7 Days to Die website:
- Improved memory management, game needs less memory
- 6 player consumer coop and multiplayer
- Version check and login check can be bypassed now when our server cannot be reached
- Better dedicated server support (unlimited players)
- Console does not pop up on errors any more
- Several item duplication bugs fixed
- Added recipes for brick, decayed brick, pavers red wood and more
- Zombie stair pathing improved
Community, you've helped 7 Days to Die achieve so much, so fast! You can still continue to be of assistance by being a contributor to the official wiki! Not sure how to get started? Do not worry there, we've got you covered. Each wiki has a general help page and we have a new Gamepedia Help Wiki that goes more in depth, including tutorials on generating some great content. Gamepedia staff and community members may also be found in our IRC channels for additional assistance or just to say hi!