Approximately 12 games hit the Steam Store every day. Although it actually sounds good, we can agree that it's not easy to keep up with all these new releases in such a short period.

People usually miss lots of the potential gems on Steam, because not everyone has time to go through a massive number of new products on the store. So, let us help you.

Below is the list of some new decent titles on Steam that you possibly missed.


Release: June 21
Developer: Hi-Bit Studios
Price: $9.99

198X takes place in an undefined year of the 1980s and seems to gather loads of arcade titles within many episodes. There is also a narrative featured in the game.

"This is the journey of Kid, a teenager stuck between the limitations of innocent youth and the obligations of inevitable adulthood," read the official description. "The story unfolds when Kid discovers the local arcade – finding new worlds, and new meaning, in video games."

The game offers arcade racers and retro-styled dungeon crawlers. With the upcoming episodes, players can expect more contents to come, along with the five games that were originally added.

Lovely Planet 2: April Skies

Release: June 19
Price: $9.99

This cute first-person shooter game features over 100 levels of reflex-oriented shooting. But instead of destroying monstrous creatures, humans or aliens, players will fight against blobs and big fruit using adorable rubbery arrows. This title should be awarded for being the most harmless first-person shooter on the Steam store. Players may find this game is a somewhat combination of Super Meat Boy and Doom, and it's pretty fun.

Steel Sword Story

Release: June 21
Developer: 8bits Fanatics
Price: $4.99

This is the newest product from the team behind 1001 Spikes, a classic game which was famous for its difficulty. So, as you may have already imagined, Steel Sword Story is not an easy-to-beat title. But you're not a fan of outrageous difficulty; this new retro-styled platformer is very likely worth trying.

8bits Fanatics developed Steel Sword Story with the help of Pixel Game Maker MV, a game making software that also released by the publisher of Steel Sword Story.

Summer Islands

Release: June 20
Developer: MatthiasMa
Price: $19.99

Summer Islands hit the Steam store with an Early Access version last week. Into the game, players will be a tycoon whose duty is establishing an elegant island resort. In order to do that, besides building hotels, golf courses, cabins, bars, etc. on your island, you will have to handle with the inconstant tropical weather and vigorously opponents.

Multiplayer is coming to the game by the end of this year when 1.0 version is hopefully available. Upcoming features include new types of construction, weather conditions, and loads of enhancements.


Release: June 18
Developer: Sean Young
Price: $14.99

Littlewood looks similar to Stardew Valley, but of course, is not a copy of the famous pixel RPG. According to its developers, Littlewood is a "peaceful and relaxing RPG" where players are able to create and populate their own town. Farming is also a feature in the game, but it's not necessary to grow some plant to get through its story. It's your life, and the decision is all yours to make.

There are many rare items to collect, many places to explore, many things to do such as fishing, cooking, running your own business, etc. All of this because you defeated the Dark Wizard, and you need to make your town great again.

With the Summer Sale is currently happening, these games listed above are also offering discounts on their original price. This is your chance to grab some of the interesting gems on the Steam store.