Steam Games Sunday - 4th September 2016

Screenshot of puzzle game Picross Touch
Puzzle game Picross Touch debuts on Steam Games Sunday in 4th place this week

  1. War Thunder
  2. Rainbow Six Siege
  3. Everyday Genius: SquareLogic
  4. Picross Touch
  5. Regency Solitaire
  6. Sid Meier's Civilization V
  7. Marvel Heroes
  8. Squad
  9. 1849
  10. Sniper Elite III

The highlight for this week's Steam Games Sunday is Picross Touch making its debut to the list, and what a debut it is, at the #4 slot. If you're into playing a free Picross clone on PC, Steam has one at the moment (that's apparently quite addictive according to the stats available). I'm just surprised the name "Picross" isn't trademarked by Nintendo... Also, while Picross Touch had a huge debut to the list, Star Trek Online, the game that was previously in the #4 slot, had a huge drop, so huge that it's off the list entirely!

In terms of the rest of the list, War Thunder, Rainbow Six Siege and Everyday Genius Squarelogic remain in the #1, #2 and #3 slots respectively (although War Thunder is now well and truly ahead of the pack, thanks to the fact I've started playing it a bit more now). Regency Solitaire has pushed up the list from 10th place to 5th place, thanks to a Choicest Games contributor investing the time to finish the game. Civ V has moved up from 8th place to 6th place and Marvel Heroes has remained in 7th place. Squad has taken a bit of a drop from 6th place last week to 8th place this week and Sniper Elite III has taken a bit of a drop too from 5th place last week to 10th this week. A surprise return to the list is 1849 at 9th place; after noticing that I was on the home stretch, it gave me motivation to complete the game (expect a review in the foreseeable future).

Besides these games, I've been spending some time playing the Battlefield 1 Beta. But of course, since it's an Origin game, it's never going to make this list :).

Anyway stay tuned for next Sunday to see if this list changes :). Are you playing any of the games on this list? How are you finding them?