Abtos Covert

Abtos Covert

“Abtos Covert man, I’m tellin' you. Easiest post there is, just a few nights and you’re off the hook. Only the outpost, a small shrine and the rest of the forest can be seen…

What did you say? Strange shadows? Weird sounds? Paranormal activities? Those are just legends, bedtime stories man! There’s no way there is stuff like that out there!”

About Abtos

Abtos Covert is a survival horror game in which you play the role of a soldier keeping guard on a remote outpost out in the woods. You must keep your wits while searching for the truth. Fend off the mysterious entities attacking the outpost, find clues from previous soldiers that had the same shift and survive every night. Things will only get harder as you progress, so stay vigilant. Can you survive every night and discover the truth behind the stories, or will you become part of the legend?


  • A realistic scenery, deep in the woods.

  • Make use of the unique equipment of the Abtos Covert outpost.

  • Alarm system with movement sensors will warn you of any outside threats.

  • Defend yourself using the spotlights or hide inside the lockers.

  • Listen carefully for any sounds. Danger may already be inside the outpost.

  • Each enemy is unique. Learn how to confront each one of them.

  • Survive the night shifts while you search for clues.

  • Something happened in the outpost before. A story is to be uncovered.

  • Don’t relax, ever! Each night will feel harder and harder.


Well soldier, seems like you’re that guy. You drew the short straw and now you are to be stationed in the Abtos Covert outpost, a place commonly known for being quiet. But the moment it actually happens, the rest of the platoon is whispering: “Haven’t you heard the stories?”, “…heard someone disappeared there…".The stories about that place are innumerable. Human sacrifices, shadows running in the trees and souls still lost that sing a dreary song. When you ask your superior, he just laughs it off…

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Abtos Covert on Steam

Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection

Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection

Played this a lot on the Switch, and am gladly going to play it even more on PC. If you have a high tolerance for frustration and can laugh at both your own stupid mistakes and some downright mean BS the game will throw your way (mostly difficulty, but some cheap traps as well), I believe you’ll have an absolute blast playing this. It’s quite a rollercoaster of intense excitement, intense frustration and intense satisfaction.

The GnG series was always quite unique due to how well it evoked a feeling of fumbling or panic with its design and mechanics. No matter how well you know a level and how good of a plan you have, things always go very wrong very quickly, and you will be forced to quickly make some hard decisions or die. This aspect of the games was always the main source of excitement, satisfaction and humor. GnG Resurrection doubles down on this exact element and ramps it up more than any previous game in the series.

Real player with 58.9 hrs in game

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Ghosts ‘n Goblins is back and it’s harder than ever! Having played four games in this series I was convinced that I was more-than-ready to tackle its hardest difficulty (Legend) for my first playthrough, oh how wrong I was. Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection (GnGR) is best described as a remake+. It borrows heavily from the gameplay, enemies, levels, music, and more from the first two games but also contains new content that fits in with what the original games established. GnGR features four returning stages that are significantly longer and play completely differently as well as three brand new stages.

Real player with 45.6 hrs in game

Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection on Steam



Atmospheric horror in psychedelic entourage. The game bribes with a breathtaking gameplay with a good study with a small required disk space for installation.

In something even crazy because of its features. The chief hero will be fighting with monsters in his own dream and only to wake up.

There are also Easter eggs and references to other games.

In general, a fit game, but it is suitable for those who love something psychedelic.

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

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Simple and therefore great horror. The author surprises us with a whole story, which, is revealed in a small apartment. A plus for me is also the presence of in-game achievements.

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

NMNE 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

Red Measures

Red Measures

A good example of the contagiousness of communism

Real player with 45.6 hrs in game

Holy fck my monitor and my walls are drenched in cm.

Such a beautifull masterpiece coming straight from Gameguru again, f*ck yeah baby.

But now I have to clean, there’s no way I’m giving this a positive since it will take so long. :,-(

Edit : Nah but serisously don’t buy that piece of tr*sh, it’s a Gameguru game, RUN dude.

Edit 2 : Refund received ;-)

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Red Measures on Steam

Night Cascades

Night Cascades

Diane Carter never expected her folklore degree to get her a job offer from the local police department, but when a rash of occult-themed fires sets the city on edge, she is called in as a special consultant on esoteric religion to help find the culprit.

There’s just one problem: the woman she’s assigned to work with. She’s cocky, beautiful, and far too familiar.

Can Diane and Jackie overcome the obstacles of their past and find the truth?


  • The 1980s, but not as you know them - This is the Dark New Age, a time when belief in paranormal powers was mainstream and parents feared that their children would be kidnapped by Satanic cults

  • Interactive mystery - Play minigames to search crime scenes for clues or interrogate suspects for insights, accessible either through mouse or keyboard/controller.

  • Lesbian romance - Develop the relationship between two adult female characters

  • High-Detail Art - Explore the world and its varied cast in a dark painted style

  • Linear Visual Novel - All choices lead inevitably to the one true solution

Night Cascades on Steam

Plush Madness

Plush Madness

A badly made “wave shooter” With horror element thats not scary since everything is cute which defeats the whole purpose

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

I’m not quite sure what to say about ‘Plush Madness’. You can play co-op or single-player and the idea is to kill any killer teddies coming towards you by shaking them or pulling their arms, legs or heads off and you search a house looking for something all while on a timer to something. There is no story here, no fun, barely any grapics and certainly nothing worth the £3.99 aksing price. It’s not even scary because all the rooms are well light and the “killer teddies” are quite cute! This gets a thumbs down from me, but maybe with some improvements it will be worth a revisit.

Real player with 0.0 hrs in game

Plush Madness on Steam

Wasting Away

Wasting Away

An atmospheric horror game with semi-open world. You can really feel the atmosphere of loneliness. The further the better, but everything is ruined by a strange and unbalanced fight with the final boss.

Still recomended.

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game

Wasting Away on Steam

Leenie Boog

Leenie Boog

Boog is a meanie :(

Real player with 11.9 hrs in game

cool game

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Leenie Boog on Steam

Poppy Playtime

Poppy Playtime

I abolutely loved this game, it’s REALLY scary, though i would really like for the game to be a little longer, but it’s really good!, the money was worth it, but the bad thing it’s that it was pretty laggy, well, it’s not the games problem, it’s actually my computers problem but, that still didnt affect my experience with this game, but the only thing i wanted to say its that this game is really good, and i hight recommend it, i promise that if you buy this game, you wont be dissapointed.

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

–-{ Graphics }—

☐ You forget what reality is

☑ Beautiful

☐ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Bad

☐ Don‘t look too long at it


—{ Gameplay }—

☐ Very good

☑ Good

☐ It’s just gameplay

☐ Mehh

☐ Watch paint dry instead

☐ Just don’t

—{ Audio }—

☐ Eargasm

☑ Very good

☐ Good

☐ Not too bad

☐ Bad

☐ I’m now deaf

—{ Audience }—

☐ Kids

☑ Teens

☑ Adults

☐ Grandma

—{ PC Requirements }—

☐ Check if you can run paint

☐ Potato

☐ Decent

☑ Fast

☐ Rich boi

☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer

—{ Difficulty }—

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

Poppy Playtime on Steam