Delivery Company Clicker

Delivery Company Clicker

In short:

A nice, minimalistic clicker that doesn’t require much thought)))

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

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Delivery Company Clicker on Steam

Primal Threat

Primal Threat

-Explore an ancient labyrinth consisting of 7 interconnected zones

-Blast cyborg dinosaurs and other dangerous creatures with 6 different weapons (Primal Elements)

-Discover up to 9 upgrades to help defeat your enemies and reach new areas

-Fight alone or take a friend and play 2-player co-op

-Battle 13 challenging bosses

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Primal Threat on Steam

Bubble Bobble 4 Friends: The Baron’s Workshop

Bubble Bobble 4 Friends: The Baron’s Workshop

Game is awesome,

at first it seems to be too easy, but the focus here lies clearly on score-hunting, there are enough incentives to reward the player properly for high scores. Is the score high enoug you become rated with stars, depending on the rating you unlock achievments, music and editor parts.

This also means that playing the game just normally, won’t satisfy the urge for challenge, that’s important to notice, if you die merely your score resets and the progress in the current room, which isn’t much. If you die three times in a row on the same room you can make yourself invincible, which is a bit too much in my opinion, but at the same time, it’s just there for completing the short main campaign, after you’ve been through it, there is a much harder campaign which is hard enough that it might be even interesting to play if you not play for scores, in these levels the invincibility option is turned off. It took me some time and was pretty hard, but earning thhree stars in the hard versions is highly satisfying.

Real player with 52.6 hrs in game

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I’d like to applaud Taito for standing behind their product and fixing the major bugs the game had that originally prevented me from recommending this title… but it’s still not perfect for the current price point. While it no longer has any game breaking issues, the main Story levels still lack the visual charm of the original Bubble Bobble (which thankfully works great now and is also included via the “Arcade of Memories”) in regards to enemy designs and block skins; proving that new doesn’t always equal better.

Real player with 13.0 hrs in game

Bubble Bobble 4 Friends: The Baron's Workshop 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?

Dynopunk on Steam

Dino Eggs: Rebirth

Dino Eggs: Rebirth

A great homage to the original 1983 game, which is among my favorite Commodore games. Rebirth is just as addictive as its predecessor, and I love how the graphics, mechanics and sound effects all have elements that play off the original. My ONLY criticism is the atrocious kerning on the large scrolling cutscene text (I’m a graphic designer) - but otherwise I love it!

Real player with 37.4 hrs in game

Having played the original since I was 7, I was quite intrigued by this reboot. I was not disappointed. It deftly straddles the line between nostalgic value and modern playability.

I have not yet played multiplayer with anyone as yet…hint hint, friends! 😸


Real player with 27.9 hrs in game

Dino Eggs: Rebirth on Steam