Crown Trick is an easy to learn, hard to master turn-based rogue-like with a great presentation and tough but enjoyable combat. It fits into the rogue-like mould with a few standard elements; random encounters, enemies, weapons and dungeon layout but also does enough to make it stand out amongst the wave of rogue-likes that have been releasing on PC recently. In the game you play as Elle, a young girl who finds herself trapped in the realm of Nightmares and with the help of a magic crown, has to stop those responsible for keeping her there.
You can tell a lot about a civilisation from the quality of their starship amenities. Take the Federation for example – holodecks, lounges and gyms are standard on pretty much all of their vessels. The corridors are well lit and spacious, demonstrating a culture that truly cares about their citizens. The Klingons on the other hand – cramped, dark ships without luxuries or non-essentials. You’d be lucky to find even so much as a reclining chair on a Bird of Prey.
FTL’s starships, in comparison, lack dining facilities, sleeping accommodation or even toilets. If that doesn’t tell you something about the life expectancy of your average crew-member, I don’t know what does.