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

5 new Steam games you probably missed (March 7, 2022)

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Kingdom's Life

Here's a "turn-based global strategy game" where you find a nation, grow it, control it, and inevitably, go to war against other states. We dig the simple yet attractive pixel art style. 

Release:‌ Mar 1
Developer: Strudio Company
Launch price:‌ $7 ‌|‌ ‌£5.89

Conrad Stevenson's Paranoramal P.I.

A neat twist on the horror genre, this indie casts you as supernatural sleuth tasked with discovering ghosts in your clients' houses using cameras and an audio recorder.

Release:‌ March 1
Developer:‌ D&A Studios, LLC
Launch price:‌ $9 ‌|‌ ‌£6.19

Battle Cry of Freedom

An ambitious real-time war simulator that's been in development for 10 years. Set during the American Civil War, online battles can accomodate 500 players, which is frankly, bonkers. 

Release:‌ Mar 2
Developer: Flying Squirrel Entertainment
Launch price:‌ $16 ‌|‌ ‌£12

A Musical Story

This looks to be a stylish take on the rhythm genre. A Musical Story's compelling 1970s setting packs in loud fashion choices and 26 original songs. 

Release:‌ March 5
Developer:‌ Glee-Cheese Studio
Launch price:‌ $13.19 ‌|‌ ‌£10.25


A sweet little puzzler where you place robots on grids, then use a series of commands to determine their behavior. Apparently, the puzzles have "no preordained solutions".

Release:‌ March 5
Developer:‌ Alexander Taylor
Launch price:‌ $14.39 ‌|‌ ‌£11.15

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