The Steam Next Fest autumn has already kicked off: from today Saturday, October 2 and until next day 7 you have the opportunity to taste a whopping 721 games for PC. During the first bars of the summer, this event already allowed us to try titles like Sable, and now offers the possibility of discovering very interesting games such as the long-awaited Tunic, Starship Troopers: Terran Command or ANNO: Mutationem, among others.
Steam Next Fest: 10 demos you should try
Below we offer you a small selection of games that you can try from this moment. Remember that they are only available until next October 7 at 7:00 p.m. (HONOR)
- Starship Troopers: Terran Command
- YEAR: Change
- Terror of Hemasaurus
- Gravity Runner
- Hunt the Night
- Clid the Snail
- Blade: The Edge of Darkness
- Road to Hollow Hills
Tunic, a long awaited adventure
It is not easy to stay with a single game out of more than 700 available to try, but since we wanted to highlight a very special one, we have opted for Tunic, an adventure inspired by proper names like The Legend of Zelda, FEZ y Monument Valley which has been in development for more than five years and is getting closer to seeing the light every day. Last July we offered our interview to its creator, Andrew Shouldice, who told us some very interesting aspects about the title.
The game, starring a fox and set in a fantasy world full of secrets, features the exploration, treasure hunt and combat as main protagonists. The adventure will last between 6 and 20 hours, according to Shouldice, who emphasized the amount of puzzles that we will have to solve if we want to advance and access all the places on the stage.
Tunic still has no release date and it is announced for PC and Xbox consoles.
Source | Steam Next Fest