All The Games We Might Lose Forever When Google Stadia Dies


Launched in October 2021, that is the most recent unique on the record. Hello Engineer is described by the devs as a “multiplayer machinery-building development sport” and is about in the identical universe as the favored horror sport, Howdy Neighbor.


PixelJunk Raiders

Q-Video games

It is a poorly reviewed third-person roguelike motion sport from the oldsters at Q-Games, the identical devs who made The Tomorrow Kids and the opposite PixelJunk video games.) It does have a neat characteristic the place gamers can share a screenshot and others can hop into that sport state utilizing simply that picture. However the remainder of the sport sounds sort of uninteresting.



Splash Injury

Developed by Splash Injury, Outcasters is a top-down online multiplayer combat game that options characters that appear to be they fell out of a Fall Guys knock-off. Whereas some gamers had good issues to say about Outcasters, it hasn’t discovered the viewers it wanted, even after going free-to-play, and it appears like lately it’s principally a ghost city.


PAC-MAN Mega Tunnel Battle

Bandai Namco

Launched in 2020, Mega Tunnel Battle combines the basic Pac-Man arcade sport with a battle royale. As much as 64 gamers can play collectively, competing to be the final Pac-Man standing whereas utilizing a mixture of new and returning power-ups throughout retro-inspired maps.



Tequilla Works

GYLT is a third-person horror sport starring a younger woman and is taken into account by many Stadia followers to presumably be the most effective unique sport launched on the service. It was developed by Tequilla Works and is about six hours lengthy, full of some first rate soar scares, puzzles and fight. Nothing tremendous particular, however a stable sport that can hopefully get ported to Steam or Swap so extra people can get pleasure from GYLT for years to come back.


Whereas a few of these video games aren’t unimaginable and I doubt many individuals would care in the event that they by no means bought to play them once more, shedding them would nonetheless be a disgrace. Video game preservation is important if we need to save this art form’s history and present the way it has developed and altered over a long time of innovation and new know-how. Dropping these video games to the void, even when a few of them aren’t all that nice, would suck.


Hopefully, the devs and publishers concerned can and can port them to different platforms. If that doesn’t occur, they’ll die eternally when Google kills the Stadia servers, as not even pirates were able to rip and share the games online. A tragic finish to video games that folks doubtless spent years engaged on.


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