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Back in 2016, a couple of friends and I have founded Turn-Based Tactics, a Steam group dedicated to our fav genre and run by gamers for gamers. It sort of snowballed as we now have over six thousand members. Every Saturday we post an update wrapping up the news of the week: new releases and expansions, announcements, betas, demos, crowdfunding campaigns, etc.


Over the time this precious data was compiled into a database. It currently includes over a thousand (!) games sorted by release date, subgenre, dev, country, price, reviews, metascore… Let me know if you spot any game missing or if you have any other feedback. Note that we had to limit ourselves to Steam as including other platforms would represent too much of a scope. 

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