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Discovering Steam Games (Ride 3, Infernium, Bladed Fury, CPUCores, Dungreed and more)

Discovering Steam Games (Ride 3, Infernium, Bladed Fury, CPUCores, Dungreed and more)

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Discovering Steam Games (Ride 3, Infernium, Bladed Fury, CPUCores, Dungreed and more)

In this episode of Discovering Steam Games, I took a look at 4 games and 1 application and they were Niplheim's Hunter: Branded Azel, Trainz Railroad Simulator 2019, Ride 3, Infernium, Bladed Fury, CPUCores and Dungreed.

Niplheim's Hunter: Branded Azel is a JRPG style game created with RPGMaker. Play as the Hunter Girl Azel and fight monsters with equipment made from their remains while looking for the Black Demon Beast that branded her.

Trainz Railroad Simulator 2019 is much more than just a train driving simulator. Build and operate the railroad of your dreams.

#RIDE3 will give the most complete racing experience ever! Race on different tracks all over the world, put your favorite vehicles' speed to the test and have fun by customizing them with the new Livery Editor.

#Infernium is a survival horror take to Pac-Man. Enter a non-linear beautiful picture of hell, survive in a prison without bars and overcome a hard penitence.

Bladed Fury is an action game set in Ancient China, bringing players addictive experiences with its unique Chinese traditional art-style and sound design.

Use #CPUCores to isolate and constrain OS + non-game processes and dedicate CPU resources to be used exclusively for your games! CPUCores fully integrates with Steam games.

#Dungreed is a 2D side-scrolling action game with 2D Rogue-LITE elements. You are an adventurer exploring a continuously changing dungeon to stop the town from getting destroyed. Beat enemies, use different weapons and magic, eat food, and fight evil in the dungeon!

Those are the games I discovered in Steam for this episode of Discovering Steam Games, there are tens of thousands of games in Steam and I'll discover them next time.

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