Dracula VS The Ninja On The Moon

Dracula VS The Ninja On The Moon

Dodgy bootleg VHS style interactive FMV were you try to fix the tracking on your VCR to see what happens next in this outrageously silly movie about vampires and ninjas on the moon!


Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

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The introduction feels like you’ll be there to see your first born live and die it takes so long. Most importantly though, the game’s main mechanic, the “tracking” is outright broken. Pressing either side does nothing no matter how many times you press, and when a new scene comes it’ll be clear suddenly for no apparent reason.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Dracula VS The Ninja On The Moon 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

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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

Ninja Specialist

Ninja Specialist

Ninja Specialist is a classic brawler created out of love of all things 80s. In the game, you take the role of the titular Ninja Specialist, Joe Kage, who had retired as the world’s deadliest assassin following the death of his comrades under mysterious circumstances. As the ghosts of the pasts return to haunt him, Joe will be forced to once again step into the spotlight and regain his ninja skills in order to unravel the secrets of the shadowy Ninja Empire. It is up to you to face these ruthless opponents in the only way ninja from back in the day knew how—head on!

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Ninja Specialist on Steam



A lot of Fun. Challenging Time Puzzles and a bunch of levels to explore.

Save/Load and Progress system.

Great “Comic Book” style artwork.

Family Friendly !

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

Clocknockers on Steam

Not For Broadcast: Prologue

Not For Broadcast: Prologue

Wow! This game has some of the best potential I’ve seen in a game for a while now. I think this is coming from a standpoint that I have experienced working a tri-caster in college, but so far, its a really great story.

I think one thing I would like to see is being able to sabotage the broadcast a bit more than just losing viewers. Like for example, I would like to see some sort of scandal be released the next day or mission because we the player decided to show off some of the colorful behavior the actor shows to the his staff and the TV studio staff. I would also find it funny that during the press conference, that when you go to camera 1 where the staff is gathered watching, it would be funny if there was some sort of reaction.

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

“Papers Please 2 : Media Control”

seriously. similar premise. do “boring-workstuff” in an “oppressive” place. reminds me instantly of that. But the good news is, this game is feels pretty fresh. Mainly because of the animations and better pixels, in comparison to the game I mentioned.

ok so since this is just a demo, i guess it’s better to write a feedback than reviewing the good points. But i’ll do both anyways.

(+) First, the gameplay is actually pretty interesting (read=multitasking-challenge). There’s quite a few mechanics in here, and even though this is just the demo I really got the pressure I thought I would. It might even be slightly more pressure than I expected. Guess I’ll explain what you DO, at least, in the demo:

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

Not For Broadcast: Prologue on Steam

Road to Nowhere

Road to Nowhere

**Road to Nowhere tells the story of Cohle Bishop – a renowned introvert, and successful software developer – whose life is torn apart by scandal.

Though innocent, he is haunted by personal demons, abandoning his “perfectly adequate” life in hope of finding himself on the open road. Despite the help of his psychologist, Cohle spirals into depression as he moves from town to town – destination nowhere.

Though hounded by painful memories, there is hope at the end of this strange, twisted journey.

Can you help him find his way?**

Road To Nowhere is an emotionally charged point-and-click adventure about betrayal, manipulation and abuse. The game is produced by 15BiT GAMES, and developed using Powerhoof’s PowerQuest framework. This solemn tale sports a unique aesthetic, and original dialogue written and performed by David J. Ross.

Road to Nowhere has also been chosen as a finalist for The Guest Plate award in the NZ Games Festival Pavs Awards 2021.


  • Branching storyline with multiple endings.

  • Live-action actors with a dreamy, neon-noir atmosphere.

  • Featuring the acting talent of Rupert Booth (Contradiction), Melissa Medina (Rose & Locket), Walter Mack (Reversion), Danidos (Twitch Streamer), Claire Lim (Twitch Streamer), Dean Thomson and David J. Ross.

  • An interactive music system that changes according to your play style.

  • A melancholy, synthwave soundtrack written and produced by Aaron “MisterMyr” Silva (Neon Flytron)

  • Includes eclectic music by the likes of PlayHz, Kyle Misko, Daniel Birch, and Suldusk.

Releasing on Windows, Linux/SteamOS and MacOS

Road to Nowhere on Steam

Stories Untold

Stories Untold

Minimalist Horror at it’s best


Stories Untold is a short and somewhat taxing game that combines different horror settings and it’s 80s aesthetic to become something greater than the sum of its parts, in more ways than one.

Main Review

Stories Untold is a ‘mostly’ text based made by No Code, an indie game studio based in Glasgow. I thought of grabbing the game during it’s free giveaway on the Epic Games store (the giveaway is still on as of this writing). However, last week I found this game among the backlog in my steam library. I bought this game for a very low price a few months ago and forgot about it. I finally got around to playing the game over the past couple of days and have completed the game. I am also not the least bit disappointed that I had to pay to buy a game that is being given away for free.

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Overall Score: 8.0 / 10

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| Quality | 8/10 |     Solid, budget indie game


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| Performance | 8/10 | _Performs smoothly overall, but deficiently

executed / optimized, rare 3D sequences_ |

| Utility | 7/10 | _No bugs or crashes; has Steam cloud save;

no way to save and quit during an episode_ |

| Controls | 9/10 | Clever usage of outdated retro controls; |

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Stories Untold on Steam

Wrath Of The Violent Vicar - Interactive Film

Wrath Of The Violent Vicar - Interactive Film

A short interactive horror movie about religion - You are in charge of a murderous priest that kills people with his bible. Absolutely hilarious, and I loved the awesome soundtrack of this game.


Real player with 8.0 hrs in game

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The theme of religion has been flagging up for me as of late and I sure hope it’s not a sign from above… The only other similarly themed horror game that I’ve reviewed was Lucius but that was about inflicting pain being inspired by the Omen films. It would be fine, had it not Intersect with another sub-genre I had NO prior experience at all (ZILCH)- FMV games! Hold for shock… I have come across many on Steam, but not once did I see the appeal behind them- if I wanted to watch something…you know where I’m going with this!?

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

Wrath Of The Violent Vicar - Interactive Film on Steam

Rainbow Reactor: Fusion

Rainbow Reactor: Fusion

Clock in to the Rainbow Reactor, a fast-moving VR adventure that fuses story-driven exploration with frantic color-matching gameplay. Explore a sprawling, forgotten factory that produced the cleanest energy around (probably…) Once operated by the eccentric Alfred Luzian von Hoffenhasselbrock, the Reactor is filled with clues, secrets and grumpy robots! Can you clean up this mess, solve the mystery of Alfred’s disappearance and bring the color back to the Rainbow Reactor?


Rainbow Reactor: Fusion on Steam