MicroProse is back at announcing new games that join its line-up. This time it’s all about stories, atmosphere, exploration, but also intrigue and even sports!
All five games have new trailers. So, without further ado, let’s delve into all of them.
Neyyah is a first-person point-and-click adventure game from the solo developer, Aaron Gwynaire.
You are thrown into a strange secretive world called Neyyah. Use careful observation and logic to uncover the mysteries entwined within Neyyah’s peculiar landscapes and bizarre cultures.
Neyyah is a first-person point-and-click adventure game, set within a collection of remote almost abandoned islands, separated by a series of complex portal machinery and laced with the fingerprints of two very intriguing cultures.
Upon waking up from a strange dream, you find yourself transported to a place called Olujay, where you meet Vamir, who sends you to Neyyah in the hope you will be safe there. For reasons you will discover upon your many explorations, Vamir needs you for a matter of great urgency.
Let Bions be Bygones
Let Bions be Bygones is an atmospheric narrative future-noir thriller.
Having lost everything, a retired, hardboiled detective John Cooper, must take on one last case to find a missing upper-class girl among the lowest parts of the dystopian city-planet, Terrahive.
A new take on the classic genre, Let Bions be Bygones, lets the players focus on the story, narrative, and detective work. Players will be able to choose their own path and grow their characters through different playstyles.
All this and more, in a gritty world captivated by an original, unique soundtrack and a professional voice-over that will immerse the player in a thrilling tale with multiple endings.
Crossover: Roll for Initiative
CrossOver is a tabletop RPG strategy game.
Defend your tabletop RPG paper character sheet from invading pixel enemies! Find matches in your tray of dice to power attacks to clear the evil from your shelf full of campaign books. Hardcore match-3 RPG puzzle meets action-strategy tower defense.
CrossOver takes some classic concepts from traditionally “casual” genres (Match 3 and Tower Defence) and crosses them into a new and eccentric hardcore challenge with Strategy, RPG, and Puzzle elements.
The main campaigns include RPG progression, dozens of spells and weapons to find, mercenaries to hire, and shops to buy armor and items. Random encounters appear between stages with Fighting Fantasy book style choices. Earn persistent gems to unlock more classes/races (15 of each in the game) or trade-in for extra gold during any campaign.
Try your hand at the Solo and Co-Op Endless Modes to challenge the Online Leaderboards!
DROP is a rogue-like hacking simulator set in a fragmented future.
You are a freelancer, trying to gain fame in DROP, an anonymous system for hackers. You break into digital enclaves and leave without a trace, but you find yourself in a conflict between various agencies that could change the world.
Enter a disconnected cyberpunk world – the unique visuals, exclusive soundtrack, and electronic soundscapes evoke the feel and the thrill of hacking in a potential future. Play an unfolding story campaign through unique missions.
Procedurally generated side quests offer unlimited playtime.
Explore the opportunities offered by the numerous factions with their own agendas and assignments.
Replayability – DROP offers a huge amount of viable tactics and potential builds.
Mini-games – prove yourself in the various extra challenges during missions.
Easy to use – simple controls with keyboard or controller.
Tackle, Pass, and Shoot your way to the back of the net.
On the Couch or Online. Settle old scores!
Tiny Football is a throwback to old top-down retro soccer games of the 90s. Master the art of passing and shooting, tackles, crosses, throw balls, overhead kicks, free kicks, and more. Compete with 64 national and club teams in a variety of tournaments.
Rich gameplay and the real challenge is achieved by sharing user control with AI assistance to produce passing and shooting based on individual player ability.
The randomness of passing and shooting, even when playing against AI, will still have an impact on player behavior and ‘fluke’ goals give added excitement.
Each squad member has their own skill levels and players can be pre-selected before a match and substituted during a match when they are tired.
In-match injuries will force substitutions. Sent off players and player suspensions will force players to shuffle team selection adding a managerial feel to tournaments.
Additional features include goal celebrations, player protests, extra time, and penalties. Play with a friend (controller and keyboard) or the computer.