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Steam Wallet Gift Card

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    Steam is known for its amazingly large video game collection. It has been a favorite gaming platform for a while now because it offers a convenient way of reaching gamers and providing them with the ultimate gaming experience. If you have friends or family that use Steam, then gifting them a Steam Wallet Gift Card will make them extremely happy.

    These gift cards enable recipients to purchase one or multiple games from the Steam platform, which boasts thousands of different game options. Recipients can purchase anything from high-level production games to lesser-known, Indie brands.

    Using the gift card is rather easy and straightforward. You can purchase it on multiple different websites, including Steam’s official website. Once purchased, you will be prompted to enter the recipient’s email address. The gift card recipient will receive a unique code that should be entered into their Steam account. Once done, they will receive Steam credits which they can use any way they’d like to.

    Currently, Steam offers over 2000 video games in many different genres - puzzles, action, driving, mystery, horror, strategy, etc. Steam is available on all devices, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and mobile devices.

    There’s something for everyone, so make sure to get your favorite game - who knows, you might even find it on sale. Steam Wallet Gift Card is the perfect way to make your kids happy and excited.


15 must-play Steam Next Fest game demos
15 must-play Steam Next Fest game demos

Gamers, start your graphics cards: Steam’s Next Fest has arrived once again! For the uninitiated, Next Fest is a digital showcase of hundreds of indie PC games coming to the platform in the next year. You’ve got just seven days to try out most of them — it’s literally impossible for one gamer to get through them all. But in the spirit of exploration, we’ve combed through the absolutely massive list of demos and picked out a few that you might want to try. Here are 15 can’t-miss Steam Next Fest demos, in no particular order: Cyclo Chambers Hobofeller Vampire Survivors is tearing up the charts right now as a unique take on the top-down shooter. Cyclo Chambers is pretty clearly cribbing off that style, with auto-shooting, a roguelite run setup, and dynamic combinations of weapons and items. But with a cute-as-a-button art style and ten different player characters to try, it might just be the next big hit. Pirates of Pangea Pangea Game Studios Remember that bit in the last Pirates of the Caribbean movie where they throw a ship in a bottle into the ocean and it turns full size? That’s kind of the vibe here. Build your ship, explore the magic-infused ocean, craft for new supplies, fight on land and sea, and unfold a mystery in the Bermuda Triangle. Whisker Squadron: Survivor Flippfly LLC This game isn’t trying to hide its Starfox inspiration, with a bunch of anthropomorphic cats piloting spaceships through a Windows Media Player visualizer. The Death Star trench you run through is endless, as are the enemies that populate it, so prepare for some roguelite runs. Dark Tree A17 Studio It’s going to be a long wait for Hades II, so in the meantime give this one a try. Dark Tree has some gorgeous (and dark) 2D artwork fleshing out its world and story, with a bit of Diablo-style combat. Different combat styles, weapons, and branching upgrades are what might scratch that Hades itch, but you can bring a friend in co-op mode too. Card Crawl Adventure Arnold Rauers A sequel to an excellent mobile game from a few years back, Card Crawl Adventure is a deck-builder that focuses on small decks and strategic implementation. Short sessions infuse the usual randomness of deck building with a spatial layout element that gives the game a unique twist. Phantom Brigade Brace Yourself Games Imagine a mech combat strategy game, mixed with a…video editor? Phantom Brigade‘s hook is the ability to predict your enemy’s next few seconds of movement, execute your squad’s actions accordingly, and play back the last turn to analyze it for future strategy. Naturally, tons of custom robot parts allow for unique loadouts. Shadows of Doubt ColePowered Games An old-school detective game in a voxel cyberpunk world, Shadows of Doubt is basically what Blade Runner would look like if it was set in Minecraft. In addition to the usual investigation and pistol-slinging combat, you can make your own yarn-and-thumb tack conspiracy board, presumably while you shout about Pepe Silvia. Slopecrashers Byteparrot This game is a mix of old-fashioned snowboard racers like SSX and the unhinged vehicular combat of Mario Kart. Oh, and all the combatants are adorable critters, like penguins, lemurs, and chickens riding frying pans. What more do you want? Nothing, that’s what. ServiceIT picture4u If you’re a PCWorld reader, there’s a decent chance that you know your way around a soldering iron. Care to prove it? In ServiceIT, you play an electronics repair tech, fixing gadgets, building PCs, and servicing IT networks. You’ll also have to manage a company, hiring employees to expand your capabilities. Spirited Thief Ishtar Games Breaking and entering is a long tradition of fantasy games, but in Spirited Thief it’s the entire point. This is no smash-and-grab, either: you’ll need to carefully plan and manage your heist with your ghost pal, then break in and avoid guards and traps using the turn-based setup. Karagon Tbjbu2 This game unashamedly takes inspiration from Ark and other survival crafting games. But it has time travel and robot dinosaurs. Fight ’em, tame ’em, ride ’em and shoot at a bunch of other players. They’re robot dinosaurs, what else do you need to know? Book of Hours Weather Factory Ever wonder how the librarian of the magical library spends their time? Book of Hours (from the makers of Cultist Simulator) has the answer: tracking down rare tomes, organizing the collection, and generally making the library better. Oh, and dabbling in a little magic, of course. This combat-free title mixes cozy game elements with RPG progression and bookie obsession. NecroNomNomNom Pixel After Pixel Lovecraftian horror is based on the fear of that which we cannot comprehend, the slow, creeping terror of gods and monsters beyond our world who care nothing for our pitiful, brief existence. But what if all those slimy, gross abominations were…sexy? In this visual novel you have dinner dates with eldrich horrors man was not meant to comprehend, and try to figure out what wine to pair with a grilled shoggoth tongue. Gestalt: Steam & Cinder Fireshine Games Steampunk Castlevania. Okay, that’s a bit reductive: Gestalt tries to mix it up a bit with an easy switch between ranged and melee combat, but one look at the impressive pixel art lets you know that somewhere in this game’s endless Night, someone’s playing a Symphony. My Dream Setup Campfire Studio You’ll want to check out this game if you’ve ever drooled over the galleries of “Battlestations” on Reddit. Fill up your room with cozy comforts a la Unpacking, complete with an unlimited budget of isometric desktop PC gadgets and tchotchkes. You might never be able to afford a 60-inch ultrawide OLED in real life, but in this game you can get one that matches your loveseat. Video Games