20 Games Like Parallels()
Split is a beautifully minimalist puzzle game where you divide yourself to explore, solve and create. In Split, you take control of a cube, which has the ability to break up and split into smaller cubes. Using whatever cubes you have at your disposal, you must try to solve puzzles to reach the door.
This 3D action game is based on the computer animated cartoon ReBoot. It's an over-the-shoulder perspective shooter comprised of 19 complex levels filled with diverse enemies. The story in the game is conveyed through the linear video: an original episode of ReBoot created just for the game and positioned as episode 0 of the TV series (i.e. a prequel).
aMAZEing adventures is addictive game for VR where your goal is to guide your ball through many varied mazes specially designed for each level. Using your motion controllers you have to hold the maze in your hands and tilt the maze to keep your ball moving but also at the same time to avoid many threats inside. Your Virtual Reality headset will allow you to peek behind corners and look around.
Board Defenders is super-structuring the rules of the world’s most played game of all times - chess. A modern vision thrilling and fun fast action game, combining the pace of an arcade with the challenge of a logic puzzle - brain game, based on chess rules.
INO is an Adventure/Horror story driven game that tells the story of Kaede and Hitaki, two classmates that get involved with a mysterious girl called Ino. Follow the story as they try to figure out who she is while they try to escape from being murdered.
50 / 10002.5
Alone is a Psychological horror game that changes around you as you play.
When Sam receives a letter from his sister Michelle, asking for help, he ventures back to the hostel where he grew up. Little did he know, what he was about to encounter.
Can you track down your missing sister, and discover the strange occurrences happening at the home where he grew up?
50 / 10002.5
A subterranean puzzle-adventure game inspired by 90's era. There’s no handholding, no in-game menus, no messages from the devs, no tutorial. Some call it a marvel; some call it a good test for Steam's refund system. Certainly it’s not an easy game. Do you dare to puzzle? Just play savvy.