Steam Games Sunday - 13 November 2016

Screenshot of Sid Meier's Railroads!
Choo! Choo! Sid Meier's Railroads debuts at #9 on the list

  1. War Thunder
  2. Sid Meier's Civilization VI
  3. Rainbow Six Siege
  4. League of Mermaids
  5. Marvel Heroes
  6. Master of Orion: Conquer the Stars
  7. Everyday Genius: SquareLogic
  8. Shadowrun Returns
  9. Sid Meier's Railroads!
  10. Gems of War

The top 4 this week hasn't changed since last week with War Thunder still at #1, Civilization VI at #2, Rainbow Six Siege at #3 and League of Mermaids still at #4. Marvel Heroes has seen quite a lot of playtime this week though pushing it up from the #8 spot to #5. Master of Orion: Conquer the Stars has also increased its ranking slightly since it's in the #6 spot this week, up from the #7 spot last week (I actually managed to finish my first game in this and have started a second - expect a review sometime after the completion of my second game :)). Everyday Genius: SquareLogic used to rate highly on the Steam Games Sunday Top 10 list but in recent weeks has started to lose ground. It's now down from 5th place to 7th place. Shadowrun Returns is still on the top 10 this week but has dropped from 6th place to 8th place.

A newcomer to the list is actually an old game from 2006 called Sid Meier's Railroads!. Interestingly enough, I don't believe this game was available for purchase on Steam before... maybe it was taken down or maybe it wasn't available for Australians - otherwise I surely would've got the game earlier. Anyway, good to see a classic Sid Meier game get some playtime - okay it's no Railroad Tycoon but I have a soft spot for transport company management games. Sid Meier's Railroads! made it onto the list in 9th place this week.

Finishing off the list, we have the return of a game that used to be played quite a bit: the free-to-play match-3 RPG from the makers of Puzzle Quest, Gems of War.

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?