Sorting through every new game on Steam so you don't have to.

5 new Steam games you probably missed (July 18, 2022)

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Release:‌ July 14
Developer: James Bendon 
Launch price:‌ $18 |‌ ‌£13.49

Dinkum is a laid back survival game set in the Australian Outback. As you explore its island you'll gather resources, fend off predators, and construct buildings to turn it into an inhabitable town.


Release:‌ July 15
Developer: Remote MinMax Games Ltd. 
Launch price:‌ $18 |‌ ‌£16.19

Clanfolk looks a lot like medieval Rimworld, all the way down to the misleadingly cutesy character models. It's set in the Scottish Highlands, and the name of the game is survival, and if you're really good at it, prosperity.

Urbek City Builder

Release:‌ July 13
Developer: Estudios Kremlinois
Launch price:‌ $15.29 |‌ ‌£12.14

More conventional than most modern city builders, Urbek lets you lay out your town as you see fit, giving you a lot of freedom when it comes to defining the character of your city's suburbs.

Cheese Runner

Release:‌ July 15
Developer: Kai Hutchence
Launch price:‌ $3 |‌ ‌£2.09

This is a retro-styled ASCII trading game about moving illegal cheese from dealers to their customers. No, really. In a future world dominated by synthetic foods, the core ingredients of cheese are not only rare but illegal.

Before the Night

Release:‌ July 15
Developer: Uneducated Game Studio
Launch price:‌ $12.59|‌ ‌£9.89

An odd little horror game about a girl stuck in a cute animal village. Just how odd? Expect to bribe rabbits with carrots in order to gather important tools for progress. 

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