Steam Games Sunday - 7 May 2017

Screenshot of adventure game Paradigm
Paradigm, a point 'n' click adventure made in Perth, comes in at 7th place this week

  1. Sid Meier's Civilization VI
  2. The LEGO Movie - Videogame
  3. Rainbow Six Siege
  4. War Thunder
  5. NBA 2K16
  6. Everyday Genius: SquareLogic
  7. Paradigm
  8. Double Fine Adventure!
  10. Full Throttle Remastered

Okay, finally we're back to having a week where we've got a couple of new games to debut on the list, namely the indie point 'n' click adventure game made in Perth, Western Australia, Paradigm, and another indie game that's a good couch co-op (or versus) game known as ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS (you also get to fly rockets in it, I bet you'd never have guessed that ;)). Paradigm, which sits in 7th place, is turning out to be actually quite fun despite me finding it quite hard to get into at first, and ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS, which sits in 9th place, is a game I can play with my kid daughter and she's not half-bad at it - I just wish it worked well on my Steam Link but maybe that's because I don't have a dual band wi-fi router.

The rest of the list has the usual suspects; in fact the top four haven't changed from last week with Civ VI in the #1 spot, followed by The LEGO Movie - Videogame, Rainbow Six Siege and War Thunder. In 5th place we have NBA 2K16 which has shot up from its position last week (10th) and Everyday Genius: SquareLogic has also made some ground as it's now in 6th place (instead of 9th as it was last week). Broken Age documentary, Double Fine Adventure!, is still hanging in there in 8th place and Full Throttle Remastered finishes off the list in 10th place (as you know, I only reviewed this recently).

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?