Top 3 games you must play before May slips away

Zet Zillions is a crazy roguelike card game with an engaging gameplay loop and character designs
An undated image of Wizardry poster. — Stream
An undated image of Wizardry poster. — Stream

Indie games for the users are unveiled for May including Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2, XDefiant, and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.

Whereas, some of these games, involving Animal Well and Lorelei and the Laser Eyes, have got the respect they deserve. Earlier, three standout games moved under the radar through all the AAA releases.


Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overload is a remodel of the most impacting video game RPGs ever made, and it just moved early visibility on Stream and released for consoles on May 23.

Zet Zillions is a crazy roguelike card game with an engaging gameplay loop and character designs. Eventually, there’s Starstruck Vagabond, an arctic sci-fi shipping game developed by Second Wind’s Yahtzee Croshaw.

Moreover, these three games are unlike each other. However, that also makes it more similar that one of the games will speak to the player’s particular tastes.

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There’s a justified chance that many gamers under 30 do not know Wizardry. It’s a big question as it was originally a very impactful RPG series of games. It was the earliest monikers that opted for the formula of tabletop games like Dungeons & Dragons for digital screens and went on to impact the creators of now-beloved video game RPG series like Final Fantasy.

Zet Zillions

Naturally, Zet Zillions is eloquent of games like Slay the Spire. It’s a card-battler with a roguelike structure, which means players construct decks and then have to fight their way through a series of card battles with a restricted amount of health, gradually improving over each run.

Zet Zillions’ art design is constantly sparking, and the game continuously strung players out as they combined humanoid trash with a junk pile to design a “meatball” that players can throw at a plant to damage it.

Starstruck Vagabond

If the players have been longtime followers of Yahtzee Croshaw, the game critic and creators behind YouTube series like Zero Punctuation on The Escapist and Fullyramblomatic on Second Wind, they may have heard of Starstruck Vagabond.

However, if players are not, then know that this is a pixel-art space delivery game where the players must deliver packages between planets and whole solar systems while producing their way through the game’s story.