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.

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The Graffiti Creator on Steam



Dynopunk is an ironic visual novel that combines a unique repairing simulator with the ability to directly influence your clients' attitudes.

Imagine there was no asteroid hitting the Earth and millions of years later dinosaurs created their own society. Chris is the last surviving T Rex and all he wants is to open the repair shop of his dreams. It also wouldn’t hurt to build a time machine and travel to the past to find himself a girlfriend. Isn’t it a bit much, Chris? Just don’t throw your paws up!


Your friend came to you worried? Talk about his problems and give him some advice. But beware, he will listen to you. Or maybe a moody but rich client came to you? Just give him a drink he likes and be nice, it will pay off. On the other hand, you can badger him to see how mad he can get!


For a successful gadget repair, you need to find out the breakdown causes by talking with the client, choose a suitable chip with an effect, and make it as high quality as possible. Your profit depends on your skills.


A 3D printer that can print chips which give an object any effect. How will you utilize this? A client brings you a broken robotic vacuum: do you install a chip with internet connection to fix the navigation system, or install an intellect chip so the vacuum takes over the owner’s house?


Sip a cup of your favourite tea, listen to a lo-fi soundtrack, dive into characters' stories, and make your choices. Play your own jokes on customers as well.


World filled with history, subtext, dinosaurs, and futuristic gadgets. What more could you ask for?

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Dynopunk on Steam

Bit Orchard

Bit Orchard

This game is great. It is so therapeutic! I enjoy the chill nature of planting and cultivating my own orchard, and the additional challenges and tasks the game provides. It gives you the feel of playing an old Gameboy game, and brings back the nostalgia of a Tamagotchi pet as you have to care for your orchard each day.

I feel like the game is paced well, and grows along with the player. I would highly recommend, and it’s a great price.

Real player with 12.5 hrs in game

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I enjoy the simplistic nature of the game and would definently recommend it to anyone who is looking for a relaxing game to play in order to kill time. The art style is great as well and I enjoy the gameplay loop.

I have a few recommendations to make this game better:

  • add a settings menu where you can set the musics volume and change the pallete to different white tones

  • add more interactions in order to keep the game engaging as it does get boring because there is not much to do at certain times in the game

Real player with 9.4 hrs in game

Bit Orchard on Steam



I started writing this review but got distracted and kept playing it.

Its pretty challenging but learning and overcoming a level gives a good level of satisfaction, but do be prepared to end up sitting on a level for an hour or so trying to learn whats going on slowly revealing all the intricate parts especially on the fog of war levels.

If you enjoy logic puzzles and perhaps a lil logic coding CHR143 is more than worth the asking price.

Real player with 101.4 hrs in game

CHR$(143) is an absolutely mystifying game. Behind its retro drapery in the style of the Amstrad CPC (a computer both slightly before my time and popular on the wrong continent altogether) is a construct that tears apart the modern rubric for successful games.

The result is something that is equally wondrous and maddening. The sense of discovery experienced here is something unlike anything I have experienced since the original Portal. New gameplay elements will be introduced that will come totally out of left field - once you’re out of those tutorial levels, how will they work, how will they behave, especially in a strange and quirky physics implementation? It will be on you to find out - this game demands you to experiment!

Real player with 50.4 hrs in game

CHR$(143) on Steam

Who is He: Let Me Out

Who is He: Let Me Out

One night Alvin woke up from a nightmare and found his mother missing. All the doors are locked, and he didn’t know what happened. However, He gets help from his little sister to get out of the house and search for his missing mother. He finally realized that not only his mother but all the villagers were also missing. And things got even stranger when ghosts appeared out of nowhere.

  • Explore

    Explore Indonesia’s ancient village in the 60s while immersed in a gloomy atmosphere.

  • Feel

    Feel the murky essence of this whimsical tale through a semi-realistic cartoon art style.

  • Play as Alvin’s spider pet & Control your pet spider to solve puzzles

    You can’t go to small spaces, but your pet spider can. Control your pet spider to solve mysteries and riddles.

  • Brew potions to exorcist demons

    Defeat demons by brewing potions according to the guidebook.

  • Communicate with your little sister

    She is summoned to assist in the seek for clues by your whistle & She sometimes knows things you don’t, ask her for a clue.

  • Outsmart the enemies

    Strange demons are willing to hunt wherever, evading bone monsters with keen eyesight, and deceiving a grumpy lady ghost enveloped in a melancholy environment.

Who is He: Let Me Out on Steam



HackShot is a puzzle game with a mix of physics, logic and crafting

Analyze the environment, craft your solution, and hack the system!

Immerse yourself into open-ended puzzles where you breach security, destroy viruses, and battle black hats.

Analyze = Craft = Hack

Hundreds of twists, mix-ups, and interactions


  • Over 20 hours of puzzles

  • Feel like a real hacker with an optional command console and scripts

  • Open-ended puzzles, with multiple solutions

  • Craft over 7000 unique cyberballs to use

  • Security systems: Anti-virus, Anti-malware, Firewalls, and more

  • Viruses: Trojans, Ransomware, Worms, and more

  • Hackers will hack your solutions, so plan ahead

  • Annoy the developers and solve puzzles in your own way, you have all the necessary tools


  • Learn hacking, meet others in the Murky web, and earn your place on the top

  • Meet hackers, security specialists and cyber maniacs, through a mysterious, light-hearted and fun story

  • Dynamic narrative: other characters dialogue and reactions are affected by your actions

  • View the files you hack, and uncover information and secrets

Accessibility and game settings(still in development);

  • There is a quit button in the game, and a quit button in pause menu

  • Supports both windowed and fullscreen, and also support widescreen resolutions

  • Button remapping, and support for keyboard and mouse, keyboard-only, mouse-only and controllers

  • Full support for touch screens both in gameplay and menus

  • Full audio controls, and separate audio settings for main menu, gameplay and cutscenes

  • The ability to turn off visuals that have repeated patterns

  • Color blind mode

  • Interface size options

  • Color contrast control

–Hackshot Documentation–

_Who reads the documentation?!

Try the web demo, no download required (the link is provided above in the page), and have fun_

Hackshot on Steam

Infinitode 2 - Infinite Tower Defense

Infinitode 2 - Infinite Tower Defense

My first TD was Vector Tower Defense, my second was Vector TD 2…and my third was Vector TDX. I hated all three, but I sucked at them. I liked the gameplay, I liked the idea…but I just couldn’t wrap my head around the strategy and wondered how one ever got to the higher levels– or even completed some of the maps. I loved hating those games, played the crap out of them on Candystand (RiP).

From there, I played every TD I found, even the crappy ones, just to see if they got any better. Over time, I didn’t have to play crappy ones, as good ones were being created all over…but nothing quite like Vector TD. :/

Real player with 367.2 hrs in game

This was a close call if I push the yes or no button with the recommendation button.

This game has a plus side, which is the gameplay itself. It’s classic tower defense, no bells and whistles.

No unnecessary graphic 1upmanship, but instead back to the basics, i.e. simple outline shapes that make the towers you placed instantly recognizable.

You’ve got 16 different towers that do different things in various degrees of effectiveness, so quite the variability in terms of towers.

And that’s the positives. So now for the negatives, namely progression and R&D.

Real player with 250.2 hrs in game

Infinitode 2 - Infinite Tower Defense on Steam

After the Fall® - Launch Edition

After the Fall® - Launch Edition

(Played on Quest 2 via AirLink)

This isn’t a negative nor a positive review, Negative for Devs visibility. Will update with game’s updates

TLDR; Very strong foundation but need way more time in the oven.

4 Player shooter with Big hordes of Zs (slow, fast, tough, wide and bosses), ok gunplay, boring runs in recruits and veteran, but challenging runs at Master and Nightmare difficulties, but not really doable until the RNG gods favor you good mods for your weapon.

So many issues I have with the game currently:

Real player with 17.5 hrs in game

Hopes were high based on Vertigo’s track record with Arizona Sunshine, and they definitely did not disappoint. I finally get the KF2/L4D2 style horde shooter experience that I always wanted in a VR title.

Yes, I have my complaints and criticisms, but the devs are very open about this through the game’s Discord channel, and that’s all that really matters to me. These issues pale in comparison to the scope of this project, and the fact that no other developer has even floated the idea of making this type of game, let alone one that spans all major VR platforms, with the potential for cinematic and downright heart-pounding moments.

Real player with 17.3 hrs in game

After the Fall® - Launch Edition on Steam

Valley Knights

Valley Knights

I highly recommend Valley Knights for several reasons - but I think the most important one is that over the past few weeks I have found the developer to be extremely passionate about the game, listens intently to player feedback & is quick with patches/updates. Through my interactions with them I have seen first hand how much they genuinely care about the player experience & how much they want the game to be loved & shaped by the community / for the community.

If you have ever played a turn-based roguelike game & enjoyed yourself but wish a few things were different - this is your opportunity to get in on the ground floor to help shape an incredible game with a passionate indie developer creating a piece of work that is clearly important to them. This is all about building a great game, something the developer can stand behind & be proud of and that has been obvious to me through the developers actions to date.

Real player with 23.4 hrs in game

Game isnt done yet but has a lot of potential,


more items, more quest, more classes, bigger maps and more bosses.

Maybe ultimate or “super ability” during combat sometimes?

Better terrain tactics on the battle grid?

More vision and a larger playfield on the battle grid?

Randomly generated traps or random events on the battle grid? |

What it doesn;t need:

your asshole opinion, game is not done yet.

Real player with 7.1 hrs in game

Valley Knights on Steam



Bitpunky is a first-person sandbox game where you have to create and develop your own digital civilization! You will start with a small piece of land in the middle of the virtual space, you need to explore the outside world and get resources to develop your own world. Over time, a lot of research, technologies and improvements will open to you, you can automate many processes inside your city, as well as protect it from enemies from the outside environment.


Build and develop your own digital city, explore new blueprints and transform your small world into a huge metropolis


Outside of your city, there is a huge virtual space full of useful resources, but viruses and enemies are also roaming around it, ready to get involved in a battle at any moment


With the development of your city, you will have to work more and more, but here automation will come to your aid - set up the processes inside your city for a full life without your participation

Citizens life simulation

You can observe your citizens life - they live and work in your city, you have to set the different city roles for them depends on your current goals

Bitpunky on Steam