Fangirl Friday | My Steam Wishlist Part 3

It’s been a while since I shared parts of my Steam wishlist with you all (part 1 & part 2) so I thought it would be fun to share some more of it today. I love gaming and always add more games to my wishlist. There are 73 games on it currently haha, when I did my first Steam wishlist post it was about 50 games (and I have bought some of those since then….). So I guess it’s just like with books ;). I’m definitely a hoarder! Let’s take a look at some of the games on my list.

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?

This game is number one on my wishlist and just talking about it makes me want it even more. I really have to stop myself from buying it right now haha. You’re building a library, an occult library at that, in a 1930’s setting with all kinds of cool stuff. It sounds seriously amazing and I’ve seen some great reviews. Can’t wait to play this one!

LUNA The Shadow Dust

LUNA The Shadow Dust is a fully hand-animated Point&Click puzzle adventure, brought to life through wordless storytelling, beautiful cinematics and a breathtaking original soundtrack.

This sounds just really cute and beautiful to be honest. I don’t know too much about it but I love puzzle type games and I like sci-fi stuff so I think I’ll enjoy this one. Whenever I do see this mentioned somewhere, it’s usually on a list of cozy puzzle games, definitely something I’m always on the lookout for.

The Wandering Village

The Wandering Village is a city-building simulation game on the back of a giant, wandering creature. Build your settlement and form a symbiotic relationship with the colossus. Will you survive together in this hostile, yet beautiful post-apocalyptic world, contaminated by poisonous plants?

Another thing I love it build games and this setting sounds so cool. From the reviews I’ve seen this is both cute and cozy but also pretty challenging. I really like the look of the art, the world looks beautiful and I can appreciate that a lot. The more I look at this one, the more I want it haha.

These are a couple of games that are really high up on my Steam wishlist. I would love to get all of these right away haha. If I got one, which one should I get first? I would love to hear from you in the comments!

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