Dragon Saddle Melee

Dragon Saddle Melee

Jump into an online game easily with automated matchmaking, or play solo.

Knock out enemies by bashing them from above.

Battle through progressively more difficult rounds

Grab power ups to help you survive and defeat the other dragons

The Challenge

  • Jump into an online game easily with automated matchmaking

  • Play the same game offline in solo mode

  • Battle through progressively more difficult rounds

  • Bash and fight enemy birds and other players before they bash you

  • Become a Survivor by making it through all rounds before running out of lives

  • Win the melee by being the Survivor with the highest score

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Dragon Saddle Melee on Steam

SuperNatural Duels

SuperNatural Duels

[0.1] Controls & Training & Help

[0.1] Menu & Settings

[0.1] Sound & Music

[0.1] Graphics

[0.1] Game Design

[0.1] Game Story

[0.1] Game Content

[0] Time to complete feels ok? (& if the Game can be repeatedly played again)

[0] is it Enjoyable & Fun?

[0] Could it hold a spot in Favorites?

[0] BONUS point: Multi-Player related

[0] BONUS point: Review for VR

Stars received: 0.7/10 ___ Note: v.3 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions

Game description key-points: 1 button clicker

Overview: Asset flip of ‘ClickMonter’ to ‘SuperNatural Deals’ (or and other titles) between shady developers (likely the same group).

Real player with 7.9 hrs in game

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This game is about clicking and that is about it it is somewhat like Clicking Heroes, I’d recommend it.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

SuperNatural Duels 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

Far Cry 3 - Blood Dragon

Far Cry 3 - Blood Dragon

grant bought me this game for my 3rd birthday and i just recently learned to type so thank grant for the game goodnight

Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

better then the actual far cry 3


Real player with 11.1 hrs in game

Far Cry 3 - Blood Dragon on Steam

Victim Cache the RPG - An 80s JRPG Parody

Victim Cache the RPG - An 80s JRPG Parody

F*** you


Fortunately, I finished this game with a good ending.

! (this is last boss is a wtf with his dmg)

Really good game to relax, with good text, humor and soundtrack. Nothing extra.

I don’t know why this game passed by Steam players…


Real player with 44.6 hrs in game

Another addition to the huge pile of RPG Maker trash.

Crashed within the first 30 seconds of gameplay because of trying to access the skill menu, assumed it was because I had no skills - But alas it did crash again when trying later after obtaining one. Gave up after second crash putting me back a while as the game doesn’t feel too captivating. Might give it another try at some point to get farther and update the review.

Dialogue gives a “cringy teen made this game in Newgrounds era” feeling. The Drunken Paladin does this kind of humor way better, and it’s free - Might be able to pick up a thing or two for improvements from there.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Victim Cache the RPG - An 80s JRPG Parody on Steam

Dragon’s Lair

Dragon’s Lair

The 1980s. Ronald Reagan, Rubik’s Cube, MTV, and in the arcades, games like Pac-Man, Centipede, Space Invaders, Defender and others are eating up the quarters of America. Jump ahead in time a little and a new technology, the laser disc player, is brought into the arcade in the form of a game/animated movie called ‘Dragon’s Lair’. In this game, the player ‘plays’ the movie, that is, at certain points in the game the player is given the option to choose how the character moves. Choose the right option and the story continues, choose wrong, and the character faces a gruesome demise.

Real player with 19.0 hrs in game

Back in ‘83 when this game first came out, we had a single arcade in our small city (that’s not so small now) that had Dragon’s Lair. Many of us fell in love with the game and a new challenge was present in our community arcade… to beat the dragon and save the princess. I dumped way too many quarter’s into this game and came back late from lunch on more than one occassion. The owner of the arcade had installed a monitor above the machine so others could watch while you played. In time I had developed quite a few followers that I think figured I was most likely to complete the game. Some would even let me play ahead of them even though they had their quarters lined up. A couple of times other people even paid for me to play the game. One afternoon, it finally happened. Amidst a small crowd of people surrounding the machine I reached the Dragon’s Lair. Of course I didn’t beat it the first time, but I played again and much to the enjoyment of the crowd, I defeated the dragon and we all saw the end of the game. I was very proud to have been the first person in our city to have defeated the game.

Real player with 3.9 hrs in game

Dragon's Lair on Steam

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

Delivery Company Clicker on Steam

Vulgord’s Tower

Vulgord’s Tower

I was a tester for this game, and let me tell you I would pay every penny and more to play this game. It is totally worth the purchase and it is a favorite pastime for me with my friends!

Real player with 47.8 hrs in game

This game is so much fun to play with friends. It plays like a real board game - the random events, the challenge of racing your opponents around the board, and the joy of wickedly sabotaging your opponents via spells cast from the wizard tower leads to a lot of chaos and fun. It’s really nostalgic. I think anyone who has played Dark Tower or other vintage fantasy board games would definitely get a kick out of playing this, especially in multiplayer.

Real player with 44.1 hrs in game

Vulgord's Tower on Steam

RogueJack: Roguelike Blackjack

RogueJack: Roguelike Blackjack

While blackjack remains a cruel game at times, I feel like RogueJack has a lot of fun mechanics to make it more player friendly. I mean, you’ll still get occasionally owned by RNG, but there are a number of things you can to do to increase your odds. Personally, I need to get better at remembering how the different monsters play… or just bother to reference it while I’m playing them :D

In any case, RogueJack is a smart mash-up of rogue-like and blackjack mechanics. I’ve had a lot of fun with it so far and I think you will too.

Real player with 12.3 hrs in game

tl;dr: Cool game for the price (3€), just check it out.

As other reviews have pointed out, it’s more of a proof of concept than an actual full game. The card mechanic feels neat and is actually a lot of fun, the other mechanics like lighting, weapons and damage types are not that important and not so well thought through.

Examples: I don’t think any of the weapons “elemental” effects trigger, being frozen just makes you hit the move button for like 5 turns, fire just kills you if there are no potions nearby, etc..

Real player with 8.0 hrs in game

RogueJack: Roguelike Blackjack on Steam

Cliché Adventure

Cliché Adventure

Main info:

Cliché Adventure is an open world top down adventure game. It can be played as single player, or with a friend. The game has five unique regions joined by a hub world. Each area contains an over world, a cave system, and a temple to explore. There are Six main boss fights, and twenty mini bosses. The five main temples can be completed in any order. After collecting the five Doodads of Destiny, you can take on the finale boss in his vile fortress.


After unlocking the Doodad of ice, you can send monsters to the museum by freezing them. Each area contains different monsters to collect. If you freeze one of each monster, you will unlock the fabulous golden hero sword! which will one shot anything in the game. Step on the reset switch in the grave yard to replay the main quest with all of your upgraded gear, and spells.

Cliché Adventure on Steam