SteamFirst: Those of you who follow the indie game scene probably don’t need me to tell you that Vlambeer is awesome. Their lo-fi graphics mixed with tight, simple, and addictive game play has placed them at the forefront of the scene. Luftrauser’s dog-fighting still has me in its grip, though I still haven’t been able to shoot down that darn blimp. The score grabbing one screen platformer found in Super Crate Box is still good for wasting time. And then you have the goofiness found in the Serious Sam RPG. I would call all of these must plays. Despite bearing the same euphemistic name I bestow upon the toilet after eating at Culvers, their newest, Nuclear Thone, follows suit.