Unusual Findings

Unusual Findings

It’s the 80s and the Christmas is coming, Vinny, Nick and Tony are young and their new cable signal descrambler just arrived. That same night while trying to decrypt a pay per view adult channel, they pick up the distress signal of an alien spaceship crash-landing in the woods near their town… Things only get weirder as they realize that the towering alien is killing very specific members of their community!

Explore the world oozing with nostalgia, check the Video Buster Store for clues, challenge other kids at the Laser Llamas Arcades, go learn a new trick at The Emerald Sword comic store, try to get along with the punk looking Lost Boys at their hideout or even dare to ask THE BULL, the quintessential 80s Action hero, for some help!

Follow the story that pays tribute to 80s classics like The Goonies, The Explorers, Monster Squad, The Lost Boys, They Live, Terminator, and Aliens among others and a gameplay that combines mechanics of Point and Clicks masterpieces like Full Throttle with its own unique twist and more.

Your decisions do matter, and the way you make these three friends interact with each other increasingly affects their friendship and the whole story, changing the way they solve the game puzzles, the locations they visit, the answers they find, the story, everything.

Uncover the truth hidden behind the alien invasion… well sort of. Why here? Why is it killing locals? How can the boys stop it? Will they tune in the adult channel after all? The answers to these and other questions… in Unusual Findings.

  • Follow the Sci-Fi coming-of-age story. Three friends fighting together against the unknown… things (maybe against some known things too).

  • See, Grab and Talk action tokens, an inventory to use and combine items and your wits it’s all you need to play.

  • Stylized Pixel Art. All the charm of pixel art of the past with more colors and the new effects of the future. Some pixels look so real they can almost jump out of the screen*

  • Go back to a simpler time where mix tapes were a thing, Commodore 64 was a king, kids could play outside late at night and the only thing to worry about was THE GIANT KILLER ALIEN TRYING TO GET YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS.

  • The decisions you make affect the relations between characters and thus the puzzles, the game progression and the story.

  • The most radical music a synthesizer can play. Cool popular Synthwave Music alongside catchy tunes made exclusively for the game to power up the 80s vibes.

*The pixels do not actually jump out of the screen, In case you actually see a pixel jumping out the screen please visit an ophthalmologist… or/and look for psychological help.

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Unusual Findings on Steam

Martial Law

Martial Law

Martial Law is a game about difficulties that came with Communism in Poland. Game is meant to visualize the realities of Polish families back then, their ways of thinking and understanding the world. The story is shown from the perspective of a man who is abandoned because of his low social status. He tries his best to be there for his daughter despite the difficulties. Game is also meant to be educational. There are many places you can stop to learn more about Polish culture from the communist era.

Martial Law features!

  • Many endings!

  • Visual Novel

  • Learn more about polish culture from the communist era

  • Solve family issue

  • Get beat up by a “comrade for debating”

  • Talk to a grumpy old man!

  • Make your kid happy. :)

  • Make right choices, or don’t. It’s up to you.

Game originally developed during GameJam Pokamedulski.PL 2021

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Martial Law on Steam



The Cold is Just the Beginning

A science expedition was sent to Zhokhov Island to study recent occurrences of magnetic anomalies in the region. Amongst them was Anna, a young geophysicist, along with her mentor and a small military crew. As her group investigates the cause of the anomalies on the island, a sequence of disastrous events unroll trapping them in an unknown underground military complex, under the extreme cold of the Russian climate. Now, Anna desperately tries to survive and find a way out, but something down there disturbingly draws her deeper, and that unknown haunting place bizarrely welcomes her more and more…

Kriophobia is a survival horror in third person, inspired by the old-school games of the same genre. Immerse yourself in a Cold and Inhuman World of Mad Obsession, Extremist Patriotism and Disturbing Relationships, presented with a Unique Art-Style that mixes comics and painting.


  • Immersive psychological horror storyline that explores a twisted and abandoned world

  • Hidden Past Secrets to be found, inspired by real events from Russia’s Darkest Times

  • Cold, Obscure and Terrifying scenarios to be Explored

  • Evasive Combat centered on fleeing and hiding from gruesome abominations.

  • Survival with Limited Resources against Freezing Temperatures in a hostile place

  • Dark Visual Style that blends Comics and Painting in a unique way

  • Fully Illustrated Game World displayed with modern Static Cameras

  • An Exclusive Russian-Inspired soundtrack

Read More: Best 1980s Cold War Games.

Kriophobia 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

Rage Chicken 2

Rage Chicken 2

loved it, great rage game

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

Rage Chicken 2 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

Darius Cozmic Collection Arcade

Darius Cozmic Collection Arcade

Great port with one glaring omission: the lack of 4:3 resolution support. Running the game in full screen on my 4:3 monitor results in letterboxed 16:9, which causes two significant issues:

  1. Darius Gaiden cannot be played in true fullscreen at its native aspect ratio. You can either play in stretched letterboxed 16:9, or in letterboxed-and-pillarboxed 4:3. No matter what, it won’t fill the screen.

  2. Multi-monitor mode for the games that support it cannot be correctly lined up and scaled, because the “seams” of the screens don’t correspond with the monitor resolutions. Stretching the game past the internal boundaries of the game resolution just results in the image being cropped, even though there is screen space there; said screen space is just black. I presume this is also an issue on multi-monitor 16:9 displays.

Real player with 6.4 hrs in game

EDIT: It’s been almost a week and nothing regarding possible issues is coming, kinda scared they aren’t saying anything about it, not recommending until they at least give words for the issues on the port (That is, if M2 stops reposting Senjin Aleste Fanart in their goddamn Twitter…)

The price is quite excessive if they don’t fix these issues (It’s 2021, these issues shouldn’t be there in the first place, no, “M2 is not experienced with PC, that’s why BASIC stuff happened” is not an excuse).

Not a perfect port, but it’s been less than 2 days since it was released.

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

Darius Cozmic Collection Arcade on Steam

Dirty Land

Dirty Land

Dirty Land is a game about real estate, crime, and desperation, inspired by classic sales movies of the 80s and 90s.

Step into the shoes of Frank Marsh, a newly hired salesman for Pure Sky Properties, a real estate office where coffee is for closers and the status quo is hawking swamp land to unsuspecting buyers for a tidy profit. Will you cast aside your ethics for a quick buck, or will you take the high road and find a way to scrape by honestly?

Something New Every Day

Welcome to your new job. At the start of every day, you begin out front of an unassuming, drab strip mall, where Pure Sky Properties is tucked away. Every day brings new characters to meet, new events to experience, and new stories to be told. What will it be tomorrow?

Choose a Lead, Go on a Sit, and Close ‘em!

These are the new leads. You’ll probably close one of your leads today, but can you close two leads a day? You’re gonna need some caffeine for that. But you know what salesmen say about coffee… you better prove your worth if you want that cup of joe!

Every day you’ll have chances to make a sale. Learn what they like, study their habits, memorize what you can about them, and get them to sign on the line which is dotted!

The Birth of a Salesman

You are Frank Marsh. You’ve made a mistake that has ruined your family. You can’t change your past, but you can change your future!

Will you take the high road and stick to your principles, or take the low road and chase the easy money? Whichever path you take, you’ll discover multiple endings based on the choices you’ve made and whether you succeed or fail in those choices.

On top of those choices, you’ll need to balance your family life with your work life. Will you be a model father and go home and play with your kids? Or will you go out on another sit and close that elusive buyer? Go too far down one path and there will be consequences… your choice will change Frank’s story - at work and at home.

Make Friends First, Sales Second

An office is a place where dreams come true. A place to meet lively new people. A sociopathic manager. An elusive owner. An opportunistic coworker out to steal your money. A flamboyant salesman with no concept of failure. A seductive hairdresser. An intrepid drycleaner. A neglected wife. A pair of dumb mob thugs. A ripped-off customer. A brutal detective. A homeless derelict with clues to a mystery. A rival firm across the street. And many more…

Always Be Closing

The money is out there. All you gotta do is reach out and grab it! How many leads can you pitch and sell? Can you bag the top leads? Will you take advantage of easy prey, or tackle deals with honor?

Play the Sleuth

Do I have your attention? Good. Because it’s not just sales numbers that you need to keep your eye on. You need to keep your wits about you, because in an office full of backstabbers, anything can and will happen. Including the surreal!

Clearly you’ve been framed. But by who?

Solve Murder Mysteries

In a desperate world you’ll meet desperate people. Dangerous people. People who will do anything to make rent. To not get fired. To make that promotion. To secure those juicy leads. From unsavory characters to hilarious charmers, they all have secret motives to uncover… you’ll need to gather clues and piece together the truth to gain the upper hand in this double-crossing world!

Everyone is a suspect! Especially you!

And this murder won’t be the only one…

Dirty Land on Steam



Nice little horror game even though it’s a bit short.

The frames were a bit choppy so I lowered the settings and treated it as a low poly game.

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

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It’s always been John Broyhill’s dream to create a horror game after growing up with them! Foglight (FLT) is that brainchild and he even put out a sequel-sorta called “Foglight Online” 2 months ago!? FLT is my 2nd title to feature a lighthouse structurally and thematically, the first being the enigmatic, delectable No One Lives Under The Lighthouse (NOUL) . And yes, there are some resemblances in plot but the gameplay are light years apart!! Before I begin my rant, I must confess something…

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Foglight on Steam

Duck Season

Duck Season

As someone who religiously avoids horror films and games (just watched my first horror flick, The Shining, the other day to hype myself up for this) and is even scared of the Minecraft mobs, this game is still absolutely worth experiencing the scares. Just the fact that this game dragged me in regardless should speak volumes.


  • Beautifully crafted environments all around. Attention to detail glows in this game, from the wonderfully constructed cartridges & game boxes to being able to steal your mother’s sandwich and eat it while she stares at you. These little actions go a long way in VR

Real player with 15.9 hrs in game

All I have to say is.. WOW.

Duck Season was my very first VR game I played. I’m 36 years old. So, before any of the spoops, I spent at least 2-3 hours in the game just LOOKING at stuff, and playing very slowly/gradually in progress.

I KNEW the spoops were coming, and even in knowing… the realistic atmosphere was SO surreal, SO believable, I was convinced I was an 8 year old kid again, I was CONVINCED that life extended beyond this kid’s house and that other kids in my neighborhood were playing the same game. … Mom, bless her heart, I believed in her too. I mean, she made me grill cheese for god sakes.

Real player with 13.6 hrs in game

Duck Season on Steam