Fangirl Friday | More Games On My Steam Wishlist

Not too long ago I shared a couple of games I have on my Steam wishlist. It was fun looking through that list so I wanted to share some more of it. With 50 games on it there is a lot to share, but I picked a couple for today. Let’s jump in!

Book of Hours

Restore a crumbling occult library by a winter sea. Build the world’s foremost collection of grimoires and arcana. Master the invisible arts. BOOK OF HOURS is a narrative crafting RPG set in a 1930s world of hidden gods and secret histories. What sort of Librarian will you choose to be?

I got an email yesterday that this game released and I had trouble not buying it right away haha. Since I don’t have that much time this weekend and coming week I’m waiting for a bit longer. But this one is probably on the top of my wishlist! It’s a bit of a cosy game and you get to be a librarian. How cool does that sound? I absolutely can’t wait to try this one!


It’s 1986 – Meredith Weiss takes a break from her career in the big city to deliver mail in her hometown. How will she experience two weeks in beautiful Providence Oaks, with its iconic lake and quirky community? And what will she do next? It’s up to you.

Another cosy game! I’ve seen amazing reviews and the graphics look gorgeous. If I’m correct this is a story based game and I really enjoy those (when it’s an interesting story at least haha). I can totally see myself playing this in the fall with my candles burning and a big cup of tea.


Unpacking is a zen puzzle game about the familiar experience of pulling possessions out of boxes and fitting them into a new home. Part block-fitting puzzle, part home decoration, you are invited to create a satisfying living space while learning clues about the life you’re unpacking.

While I do have this on my Steam wishlist I would actually like to get it for the Nintendo Switch. I used to borrow my brother’s Switch but I’m looking to get one myself. And as soon as I do I’m getting this game haha. I love puzzles and I’m sure this will be a great way to relax.

Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator

Potion Craft is an alchemist simulator where you physically interact with your tools and ingredients to brew potions. You’re in full control of the whole shop: invent new recipes, attract customers and experiment to your heart’s content. Just remember: the whole town is counting on you.

I’ll admit, this whole list consists of cosy games haha. When I’m stressed I don’t want a game that adds to that haha. A cosy game is the perfect way to relax. I enjoy witchy things and crafting potions sounds great. Another one that seems like the perfect game to play in the fall!

Mail Time

It’s Mail Time! As a newly trained Mail Scout, put on your pack, grab those letters, and deliver them across Grumblewood Grove! The forest animals eagerly await the sight of your mushroom hat in this cozy, cottagecore light-platformer adventure!

How cute does this look? I really like the art style in this one. Somehow I don’t know that much about this one, or maybe I don’t remember much haha. Either way, I added after seeing it recommended somewhere so I’m sure it looked enjoyable.

These were 5 more games on my Steam wishlist! Do you game? Have you played any of these games? And do you have recommendations? I would love to hear from you!

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