The game is fun. I have middle aged eyes. I had difficulty reading fine print on my laptop screen. There is fine print throughout the game. I would not buy it again for this reason despite the fun times. If you are young with good vision, recommend.
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Neon Cyborg Cat Club
I leave it on all the time for the music and because it adds some nice ambience to my room.
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This is great to have one a second monitor with headphones on while working on something.
It’s even got it’s own dystopian plot to go along with it.
Tex Murphy: Mean Streets
Mean Streets is an open world game set in the far off future of 2033 complete with flying cars that have wireless fax machines, imagine that! You take on the role of detective Tex Murphy to solve the mysterious death of a University professor. Next time you see that someone wants a GTA style open world game, tip your fedora, saying you want a real open world game Tex Murphy style. This is vintage gaming at its best, the game comes with a manual, where the manual for the first time ever in the history of me gaming on steam is required.
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That game was made before I was born and yet it still entertain me. It’s amazing how much fun can be packed in that 30MB. I must admit that graphics hurts my eyes comparing to modern games but this game really makes up for that with gameplay.
Lots of locations which You can visit in open-world manner, roaming West Coast in a flight simulator. Every location come with map to search for clues and evidence or memorable and distinctive character. Some of them will cooperate. And some won’t.
Also, I’ve really liked that I had to write my questions. Nothing was given to me on the silver plate. It gives lots of satisfaction when all of the clues start to make sense. And if You find Yourself stuck, after looking everywhere and asking everyone (and believe me, You are wrong if You think so) You may always ask Your informator. For a price of course.
I love this game. The art and music come together to make a really fun and enjoyable aesthetic. Unlike most other clicker games I’ve played this one actually has some difficulty in it, so that’s another plus. Since its release, TV Kid has been getting multiple updates, adding convenient and noticeable features. The creator has said they would continue to work on and update the game at a slower and steady pace, which is most likely going to make any new additions even higher quality. This is a great thing because that will hopefully mean this game will have an increasing replay value over time.
Fantastic game. I was stunned by how realistic the game is. The Attenborough-like narrator and the documentary setting make the game quite educative.
Bullsharks [Carcharhinus leucas] give live birth, which makes the enforced caesarean section at the beginning of the game totally believable. They are found in sweet and salt water alike, which totally explains how the shark can intrude that many lakes and rivers. They are also big on energy conservation. For example, they react to external factors and can decrease energy required for osmoregulation. That totally explains how the shark can eat an entire bbq society while crawling and jumping for several kilometres over a golf lawn. Arguably, bio-electricity and grenade-resistance are rather atypical mutations of bull sharks, but hey, who can really claim to understand nature? Similarly, the shark possesses an active sonar which seems unlikely given that it’s only to be found in marine mammals, but it’s totally possible that her father was a humpback whale (also given the incredible size that this specimen reaches).
I have been playing this game since it first came out. It was broken at the beginning, barely playable do to the AI. The Dev listened, AI is great now, I like this game, one of my favorites. I believe it’s fully functioning and worth the play. My complaint is no longer about it’s stability, It’s been fixed, smooth game play. My complaint at this point is lack of content. The core is good, there’s not enough maps. I can run thru the entire game in 10-30 minutes. Initially the game is very difficult. You spend more time respawning then anything else. As you get better however you find yourself avoiding bases or trying to find a more difficult way of doing things to make the game last longer. at this point I can go thru and wipe everything out on all maps with the first 3 units. Don’t need my team, a base, nothing else.
I really like this game so far. The combat is fun and beautiful looking with all the lasers, leveling up the bot and guns as you play with a single “Commander” is really cool and incentivizes being somewhat careful and strategic with your bots which is really cool.
Though I will say that for one, the pinned discord link doesn’t seem to be working for me and secondly, you HAVE to nerf the tiny, $2 spider bots you get from the enhanced money generator building. You get a squad of those and rush into the enemy and just win. I can take out the big bot in 2 shots after leveling up a bit. I end up after like 5 minutes running around with over 10,000 health on each bot even without the upgrade to increase hp based on total money.
A classic-style beat em up made by a small team. Impressive! I enjoyed the three heroes and great variety of enemies. They looked realistic; almost like digitized actors. The music was catchy, and stages were fun. The cutscenes with the reporter, hero, and the ending were a nice touch. I felt it could use voices for landing hits, continue, difficulty setting, and maybe free lives, But well done on this indie game.
Gazmatera 2 America’s Least Wanted
From the creator of Gazmatera: Return Of The Generals!
Remember the “generals” from 1988 in the first game?
But now is only years 1984-1986.
Find out the long story, about how the famous “generals” met and appeared in the new third-person shooter from Victor “LVL90DRU1D” Gazmanoff and his Kalifas!
Take control of four survivors, Jeff, Kayla, Helga and Emina!
Rush through 15 breathtaking levels and find out how the fate of the heroes formed!
-15 big and cool designed levels, i can say it twice
-cutscenes with facial animation
-full voice acting, thanks to Gulbuddin Ivanov & Co. from Diaksor
-all levels are made in different genres
4 playable characters (6, but sssshhhh)
soundtrack from famous bands, like:
God Is War
Deathopolis is an arcade style fast paced shooter. Take on a series of rooms collecting prizes and clearing out waves of enemies using guns and power-up abilities.
Fast paced arcade action
Numerous boss fights
Lots of power ups
Hordes of enemies
Incredible art style, I really loved it and it made me decide to play this game.
It’s like serotonin and nostalgia being injected into my brain.
Please add online multiplayer to this game. I want to play with my friends in online mode.
Very cool indie game about fighting in a Streets of Rage style! At times I felt like no more enemies could fit on the screen hehe I really enjoyed the punches and the overall experience.
Shoot To Kill
SHOOT TO KILL is a single player retro FPS inspired by the violence and pace of shooters of the past. Harkening back to the violence of F.E.A.R. and visceral gore systems of the Soldier of Fortune games, all taking place in a brutalist neo-futuristic setting.
Take on hordes of soldiers and experiments created by an authoritarian military group in the dystopian future of 2140. A new World War is beginning to unfold. It is now up to you and your skills as a combat expert to eradicate the authoritarian ANKERKORP, and save everyone you love.
DISMEMBER. GIB. SHOOT TO KILL.
Eviscerate enemies in beautiful slow motion, using dismemberment to stay alive.
Use movement abilities like dashing to zip away from bullets and attacks
Break down enemies into red meaty chunks using the detailed and disgusting gore system
Relive the feel of the classic early 2000’s shooters with a fast pace and violent action