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Games I Didn’t Cover, But Wanted To


I saw this idea from Frostilyte Writes and really enjoyed it, so I wanted to share some games I have wanted to cover but just didn’t.

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Pokemon Cafe Mix

Pokémon Café ReMix is a refreshing puzzle game you play alongside Pokémon in which you mix, link, and blast away icons and gimmicks!

I was fully intending to write about Pokemon Cafe, made the graphics for it and all, and it just did not happen. I think it came down to not having strong enough feelings about the game to actually be motivated to cover it. This was years ago and I can’t remember how I felt about the game to speak on it now.

A Building Full of Cats

A Building Full of Cats is a hidden object game where you need to pet all the cats in the building. Don’t leave any cats behind!

This is a recent game I’ve played and quite enjoyed, and I had it on my calendar to cover this month. But I ultimately decided against it because it is a short game that, in my opinion, didn’t warrant its own post. It will probably be included in a recommendations post at some point.

Card Hunter

Shuffle your cards and ready your dice – Card Hunter is a fresh new card gaming spin on classic tabletop RPGs. Battle your way through a massive campaign solo or with friends and compete with other players in ranked play and tournaments.

Card Hunter was the first game I played on Steam which was many moons ago and could have been written about during the many moons but just hasn’t. I haven’t played it in a while so it doesn’t have much relevance for me to dedicate a post to it.

Invisible Inc

Take control of Invisible’s agents in the field and infiltrate the world’s most dangerous corporations. Stealth, precision, and teamwork are essential in high-stakes, high-profit missions, where every move may cost an agent their life.

I genuinely don’t know why I didn’t write about Invisible Inc. It was a fun game and this blog fully existed, yet it just didn’t make it onto the blog for some reason.

Political Animals

Political Animals is an election campaign simulation game set within a world populated by corrupt crocodiles and meritocratic mice. In a political contest where corruption is always around the corner, can you win without getting your paws dirty?

I fully intended on covering Political Animals, but with how politics have been in the last few years I just couldn’t get the motivation to do so. And I have only played it once, and I enjoyed it, but just haven’t gone back to it.

Once Upon a Tower

Once Upon a Tower is a medieval roguelike offline game perfect for those looking to live an epic adventure. Plan your escape and take your princess to freedom with the help of your sharp skills and a set of epic features in this unique indie offline game.

This is the one game on this list that I regret not covering because I absolutely should have. I really enjoyed the gameplay and the progression and is probably my most played game on this list. So I am going to say I was too busy playing it to write about it.


Ever wanted to start your own cult? Or wished you could summon eldritch horror-terrors from the abyssal depths from whence we all came?

When I started playing Underhand, I intended to write about it. But it ultimately didn’t have enough to it that made me want to write about it in the end. Other topics just took precedence.

Welcome to My Cave

Here’s your chance to lead a new caveman tribe and go even further in Welcome to My Cave, a tribe simulation game blending the conveniences of modern life with the Stone Age!

This is an awkward entry because I was given a copy of the game for free. So I was meant to write about it moreso than the rest of these games, but I was ultimately not interested in it enough to do so. It is an okay game but seemed like too much grind for my taste.


In a space without limits, another me in another universe — ZEPETO. Create who you want to be, and meet friends across the world!

This is an interesting entry because calling it a game is a bit of oversimplification and doesn’t really encompass everything that this app is. There is a lot to it that really does need its own post to cover it. I might still write about it, I just need to either find relevance for it or in general motivation.

Would you want to read more about any of these games? Let me know with a comment.

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