The Steam charts for the previous week make for enjoyable watching if you’re seeking to attempt something new. The leading two areas in the Steam leading sellers list go to building game Dyson Sphere Program and open-world sandbox video game Tale of Never-ceasing. They’re both from Chinese advancement studios and are making a huge splash.

Dyson Sphere Program is a Factorio-like that tasks you with harnessing the power of the stars, gathering resources, and preparation and designing assembly line so you can develop your little space workshop into a galaxy-wide commercial empire. The indie video game got in Early Access on Steam previously this month following a successful crowdfunding campaign in 2015. Over the weekend it hit a new, all-time gamer peak of 59,577.

Tale of Never-ceasing, on the other hand, has remained in Early Gain access to for less than a week and has already struck a peak of 124,271 players. It’s an open-world sandbox video game based upon Chinese mythology and cultivation with a beautiful art design. I’m sure the gameplay is grand, but I ‘d gladly just sit and look at it. The game is just available in Simplified Chinese today, though it’s offered worldwide.

The rest of the list is especially more familiar, and includes Rust, Cyberpunk 2077, CS: GO, and Red Dead Redemption 2. Skul: The Hero Slayer has also snuck in, which is worth your time if you elegant a roguelite 2D platformer about conserving your boss – a Devil King – from the excellent guys.