1. Casual 2. Indie 3. Indie 4. Indie 5. Indie 6. Casual, indie 7. Casual, indie 8. Indie 9. Indie 10. NOT INDIE! 11. Casual 12. Indie 13. NOT INDIE! 14. Indie 15. Indie 16. Indie 17. Indie 18. Not even a game 19. Indie 20. Casual, indie --- OUTSIDE NOW I'M TALKING TO JACK OUTSIDE NOW IT'S POURING OUTSIDE NOW WELL FINE OUTSIDE NOW NO I'M TALKING TO JACK OUTSIDE NOW IT'S POURING OUTSIDE NOW WELL FINE
It's a real shame Steam doesn't let us browse by tag, developer or publisher, offer recommendations based on what we and our friends play, or allow us to maintain wishlists. Forcing us to only choose between the 20 most recently released titles has truly hampered us all. --- http://steamcommunity.com/id/martu12 http://i.imgur.com/MQ0WoJb.gif
I've got a handful of indie games and they aren't that bad. Just gotta look for the quality titles. A lot of the games on Steam are just filler that I have no intention of ever buying.
I never purchase early access games, especially if the are from an indie studio. I feel like I risk losing my money if the game isn't that great. Steam should have a refund option for early access games. I'd probably make an investment then if I could get a refund if I opt not to continue to support the title.