Cassette Beasts

Cassette Beasts

Adventure. Battle. Transform.

Collect awesome monsters to use during turn-based battles in this open-world RPG. Combine any two monster forms using Cassette Beasts’ Fusion System to create unique and powerful new ones!

Welcome to New Wirral, a remote island inhabited by strange creatures you’ve only dreamed of, nightmares you hopefully haven’t, and a cast of brave folks who use cassette tapes to transform for battle. To find a way home you’ll need to explore every inch of the island, and record monsters to your trusty cassette tapes to gain their abilities!

  • Transform into monsters…using retro cassette tapes?!

    Faced with the constant threat of monster attacks, the residents of Harbourtown, New Wirral choose to fight fire with fire. Record a monster to tape, then play it back to take on its form for battle!

  • Fuse monster forms!

    Getting close to your companion has benefits–while transformed you can combine your strengths to gain the upper hand in battle! Any two monster forms can be fused to produce unique, fully-animated new fusion forms.

  • Explore a rich open world

    Certain monster abilities can be used in human form. You’ll need these to help you get around, solve puzzles, and locate dungeons. Glide, fly, swim, climb, dash, or turn magnetic!

  • Travel alongside a diverse cast of human companions

    Never fight alone! Form bonds, spend time together, and help your selected partner complete personal goals to become a better team. The strength of your relationship determines how well you’re able to fuse!

  • Master a deep battle system

    Take advantage of elemental chemistry to apply extra buffs or debuffs alongside your attack, or even alter your opponent’s elemental type!

Read More: Best 1980s Open World Games.

Cassette Beasts on Steam



Come face-to-face with a heavyweight champ!

Too many boxing games place the player outside the ring looking in. How can you experience the adrenaline jolt of landing a crisp uppercut from the cheap seats?

Now you can literally “enter the ring” in the classic first-person boxing game TKO from Accolade™ – the boxing game that sticks you right on the canvas, staring straight into the eyes of a prize fighter bent on rearranging your face.

TKO’s features make it a unanimous decision:

  • Split-screen, arcade-style boxing action gives you a dual, first-person perspective. Watch yourself hit and get hit.

  • Witness the punishment of the punches on each fighter’s face. They swell. They bruise. They turn black and blue.

  • Calibrate each boxer’s strengths. Is his left better than his right? Is he cat-like or a clubber? Does he run out of band-aids or run out of gas?

  • Fight a stable of hungry contenders, each with his own ringside manner.

  • Slug it out with large, animated fighters. Pick on somebody your own size.

  • One or two player capability: pummel friends or clobber the computer.

  • Aerial-cam shows your position in the ring.

Read More: Best 1980s Retro Games.

TKO on Steam

4th & Inches

4th & Inches

The original megahit from Accolade™. Team Construction Disk add-on is included for full team customization options!

4th & Inches paved the way for modern football games with robust play-calling and team management options, plus satisfying action that puts the player at the center of the on-field play on offense and defense. This classic remains a blast in games against the CPU or with a friend in local multiplayer.

Welcome to the pros, rookie.

So you were an All-American? Big deal! This is pro football, baby. It’s time to put down your press clippings and start buttin' heads with the big boys.

4th & Inches gives you all of the hard-hitting action of real football: the bombs, the blitzing, the goal line stands. You’ll experience graphics and animation that are as powerful as a blindside hit.

As the key player on defense, you’ve got to have speed, stamina and smarts. As the quarterback, you’ve got to read an unforgiving defense that takes no prisoners. Winning at 4th & Inches will take all the moves of a #1 draft choice plus the tactical genius of a veteran head coach.

Remember, this is the big time, hotshot. This is real football. This is 4th & Inches.

Read More: Best 1980s Retro Games.

4th & Inches on Steam

The Graffiti Creator

The Graffiti Creator

In The Graffiti Creator you can make your own graffiti designs.

Choose different fonts, color schemes, backdrops and more. There’s a ton of tools to make your artwork as realistic as possible. Endless design possibilities.

When you’re happy with your design you can save it and print/publish it online and show your friends.

All artworks made by MindGem, a professional full-time graffiti artist of 25 years.

The Graffiti Creator on Steam



Cartels takes place during the late 1980s drug war in Colombia. Fight for the Medellín Cartel as a Sicario, or enforce the law on the Coalition as either a Colombian Search Bloc or DEA operative. Take to the streets and jungles of Colombia and engage in intense realistic firefights.


  • Authentic gunplay: Engage in realistic firefights with weapons that must be carefully aimed, but are quicker to kill. There are no crosshairs or hitmarkers.

  • Character customization: Mix and match numerous clothing options to make your favorite outfits for either the Cartel or Coalition.

  • Cooperative & offline play: Play cooperative missions against AI enemies with your friends in Outbreak and Operations, or offline in any mode.

  • Weapon unlock & variant system: Unlock new weapons and variants by completing challenges as you play. Progression is not linear, so what you unlock next is up to you.

  • Immersive gameplay: From bodies writhing on the ground to explosions all around you, become immersed in the art and sound of Cartels.

  • 16v16 Multiplayer: Battle in teams of up to 16 players in our attack-and-defense “Raid” game mode, our area control game mode “Supremacy”, or various party modes.

  • Steam Achievements: Unlock a plethora of achievements all with diverse sets of challenges to keep the game fun and interesting.

Cartels on Steam

Wrestling Empire

Wrestling Empire

Wrestling Empire is a great game where you can kill people, kick them out the promotion, lead a promotion,blow up things,and customize characters to look like real people with a wide range of customization.


-Lead promotions

-Be A manager

-You can die

-Year system with calender

-Able to have a big moveset with wide range of taunts

-Huge move pool.

-Able to walk around with people on your shoulders

  • Can bully the ref, annoucers, and managers.

-Can throw people out of windows

-Wide range of areas of people you can brawl in

Real player with 448.5 hrs in game

*** Best Career Mode in Just About Any Game. Period. ***

I am not a wrestling fan. I do, however, like fighting games. This translates into wrestling games. It’s just good fun to bash opponents and I enjoy the spectacle.

I was on the fence about buying this game. I did, however, play other MCDickie games. This one is by far, his best one yet. So I bought this on a whim.

It’s hard to explain this game. Anything can, and will happen, while you are playing career mode. Just when you think you have seen it all, it doubles down on the WTF factor. It’s not just totally random, since it sometimes does depend upon your choices. It’s like semi-controlled chaos.

Real player with 282.6 hrs in game

Wrestling Empire on Steam

Mambo Wave

Mambo Wave

A challenging 2D platformer. The soundtrack is great and the controls and movement flows together nicely. The sprites, backgrounds and animations all look really good and smooth. The game features 20 stages (as of time of writing) and an optional infinite stage which is unlocked to the get-go. The difficulty starts off hard and gets harder as you progress at a nice pace.

If you like 2D PC platformers and is craving a challenge, then i can’t recommend this game enough. If this is you then you will have a good time.

Real player with 15.4 hrs in game

Jump across platforms and avoid getting shot by turrets or stepping on mines to survive long enough to reach the rope hanging out of your helicopter. Its fast paced, challenging and very addictive!

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Mambo Wave on Steam



PORTUGUÊS - Literalmente o melhor jogo de arcade que eu ja joguei na minha vida. Somente os melhores jogos retro, sendo um dos mais viciantes o tank no singleplayer. Simplesmente genial.

INGLÊS - Literally the best arcade game I’ve ever played in my life. Only the best retro games. One of the most addictive game is tank in singleplayer mode. Simply brilliant.



Real player with 9.4 hrs in game

RETROLD on Steam

Realms of Antiquity: The Shattered Crown

Realms of Antiquity: The Shattered Crown

A good game that captures the spirit of games like Ultima 4 / Questron / Magic Candle… if you can afford to spend the time it requires to play it.

My gripe with it is that’s It’s sometimes slow paced, with only a few keyboard commands that don’t make party management user friendly.

It would be nice to have some kind of option since it’s emulated (like a key combo to speed up things as featured in some emulators) to speed up the game when the user wishes it so. Crossing large plains or fighting weak monsters is sometimes a chore.

Real player with 151.7 hrs in game

This game is very interesting in a lot of ways.

It is very lateral, in that you can essentially go through out the world and explore wherever and not feel completely powerless even at level 1.

The leveling curve feels somehow both extremely important and powerful but utterly unimportant.

This is a game where you have to pay attention to what you read, and everything leads to something. I still haven’t beaten it and im 74 hours in. Average play through is 110 hours.

I learn new stuff constantly, and exploring is delightful. The story is more complex than expected too, every trope you think is going to pop up.. just somehow doesn’t.

Real player with 127.9 hrs in game

Realms of Antiquity: The Shattered Crown on Steam



The game of childhood. Exciting - it would seem that the gameplay is straightforward. But placing bombs, thinking where to escape from the explosion and from enemies, and listening to music - the head turns off, and a day passes, and not an hour after the game. A variety of levels, enemies. The real strategic game is to understand when, where and why. Recommend!

Real player with 1.7 hrs in game

BomberX is a pretty fun little arcade blocky game. It reminds me a lot of that old game a lot of us used to play in our childhood, Atomic Bomberman.

Keep in mind right from the start that the game’s in very Early Access and there’s bound to be some issues around. But, with the help of the players, the team behind this unpolished gem could create something great.

Things are basic and easy to get right into. You load the game, and you can play either offline mode with bots or jump into the multiplayer with other people.

Real player with 1.7 hrs in game

BomberX on Steam