This week, over on Pocket Gamer's Steam section...
Invisible Inc! Westerado! Chroma Squad! Axiom Verge!
We're trying something a little different with our Steam section. We're using it as an opportunity to experiment with the way we cover games.
So instead of the usual 'news, reviews, previews, and features' malarkey that most sites go for, we are - for now - focusing on recommendations. Just writing about the Steam games we reckon you should buy, and not much else.
Hopefully, it will be a worthwhile resource with lots of interesting games that will help you find your next puzzle game addiction, or a memorable indie gem, or a game so clever it makes your brain explode.
That's the plan, at least. Let us know if we're successful. Anyway, here's what we picked out this week:
Captain Forever Remix is a game about blowing up ships, stealing their thrusters and guns and lasers, and duct taping them to your own spacecraft. It's charming and super clever.
The best thing about Westerado: Double Barreled - a pixel art Wild West whodunit - is that you can approach your mission in any way you want, killing people left and right. The dynamic story just adapts to your mad, anarchic decisions.
Take Nokia classic Snake and turn it into a devilishly difficult physics puzzler. You get Snakebird - a game that had me pulling my hair out on about level three. The developer tells Pocket Gamer that a mobile version is planned.
I had to recommend Dex, even if it is a tad broken. Hopefully a patch will fix up some of the more obvious issues, because they're hiding a stylish cyberpunk RPG that is a bit Deus Ex, only with three fewer letters.
I'm cheating on this one because I played Axiom Verge on PS4. But, hey, I'm sure this slick, retro-flavoured Metroidvania is just as good on PC. It's got some really good ideas inspired by glitched out games that will appeal to anyone who's wiggled an NES cartridge mid-game.
Chroma Squad is a game about managing an indie TV studio that puts on a Power Rangers-style TV show. And that would be cool enough, but then you record an episode of the show by playing a turn-based tactical battle on a green screen and, gah, so good.
Invisible Inc. comes from the guys behind Mark of the Ninja, so they you know they know stealth games. But this one's different, as it operates like a tactics game and is structured like a roguelike. All in all, quite a belter.
Let us know how we're getting on, send us your Steam recommendations, and generally ramble on incoherently about your favourite colour in the comments, below.