Retro Vision

Retro Vision

Had quite a bit fun playing this game, really like the take on theme and the relative ease you pick it up and put it down. Music and visuals compliment each other well and all round is enjoyable. Very glad that there are so many different takes on levels that make each experience customisable and unique. Would like a community leader board.

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

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Picked this game up for cheap thinking it was going to be meh but was left pleasantly surprised. The music is great, the visuals are awesome and the control scheme is simple but intuitive. I can see myself revisiting this time to time whenever I need to unwind and relax.

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

Retro Vision on Steam

Twin Horizons

Twin Horizons

While I found the concept of the game really interesting, I found being forced to sit through the tutorial and play the boring content, not being able to map your own keys was a little frustrating

I’m not completely writing this game off, I know a lot of updates are planned, hopefully with a level creator system as well as the things mentioned above, but there is just little things to work on like being locked out the Full mode at the beginning, when it is the actual unique feature of this game.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

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Twin Horizons on Steam

Neon Drive

Neon Drive

An 80’s Love Letter That Just Falls Short

Don’t let my “Not Recommended” rating dissuade you - Neon Drive is the most intense, addicting, visually arresting rhythm game that I sadly cannot recommend outright to everyone. It’s at times like these that I wish I had a different option other than a simple “Yes/No” answer. This game is good - very good in fact - but it has problems that prevent it from being great. If you love rhythm games, challenging difficulties, or the 80’s aesthetic then you’ll probably love this game as much as I do. However, if not then don’t let this game be your introduction.

Real player with 21.8 hrs in game

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I had fun with this game but can’t recommend it due to issues that make the hard/insane difficulties far more difficult than they really need to be.

The plane level has a loop that basically doesn’t interact with the music at all, forcing you to just figure it out via trial and error.

The falling traffic section has cool music that doesn’t help you in any way. It’s just falling enough times to memorize a safe path through.

The Robot level has a series of hurdles that require the first jump made be well timed. There is no useful music for the first jump, in fact there’s a misleading series of notes that will get you killed if you use them. The following hurdles all have super useful notes to help, but this doesn’t matter if your first jumps timing is off, you’ll die on the later hurdles if it is. ((I guess it’s possible to ajdust your timing between hurdles, but that’s like, tasbot levels of reaction time. Not what rhythm games are about)) This problem exists on other levels, but it’s not as pronounced as it is in the robot level, due to its unique mechanics.

Real player with 15.6 hrs in game

Neon Drive on Steam

Disco Time 80s VR

Disco Time 80s VR

This game reminds me of one of my favorite original Xbox games called Xbox Music Mixer. I’d been wondering how cool that game would be in VR. A VR nightclub where you could play your own tunes and relax.

In fact my search for such an experience led me to Disco Time 80’s VR. There’s no gameplay here. You’re just listening to music in a VR danceclub watching people dance and maybe dancing yourself. If this is not your thing that’s understandable. But it’s a VR experience that i enjoy greatly and I’m thrilled with this title.

Real player with 4.9 hrs in game

Like others i think there is a big need for more interaction with people and maybe things. The atmosphere is realy good and everthing looks very immersive. But as long there is no interaction , this experience is not so good as is could be. It would be nice for example to go to the DJ and interact wirh him to change the songs, or that you can invite someone to dance wirh you , or you can tell someone to leave the Disco. Also important is that there are more diversity in the dance moves , because after a while , the people look like they are in a timeloop. And maybe a little bit rework of the faces , because some of the people look really creapy….

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

Disco Time 80s VR on Steam



A Vaporwave Game have Awesome Synthwave Songs

80’s retrowave style, neon lights and colors. Whenever I see this theme, it seems like it reminds me of something I’ve lost. It is as if I lived in those times, I am so familiar with everything. The glowing illuminated streets of the big city, synthwave music and darkness. The game is exactly like a piece from this world. The music and the visuals take you to other places. The game itself, like it’s soundtrack, is not intended for everyone.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game


Riding the Retrowave in this 80s styled neon-rider.

The background is kind of distrubing yet enjoyable. You are an unkown greaser riding along the infinite synthpop highways to keep your date alive. Your date lives from momentum - you must neither go to fast nor to slow or she will die.

The Key-Mechanics:

Well you only need to do three things:[olist]* Accelerate* Break* Keep on track


Sounds easy enough? Well it is and that is what makes this game what it is. You feel challenged all the time while failing is actually a challenge. However even if this may sound as a downside just keep on reading and you will get the deal…

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

OutDrive on Steam

Rhythmic Retro Racer

Rhythmic Retro Racer

This game made me feel like in the 80’s. It is very nice that the movements of the cars are compatible with the rhythm of music so that I can be caught up myself in the rhythm of the music and feel the music.

The game soundtracks are very good, I think it was created specifically for the game. It is open to development, the menu style is nice, I think the brightness could ought a little less.

The pleasure I got was worth the price for I paid absolutely. I am ready to pay 7$ just for the soundtracks in the game!

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

Bought this game to play casually while in COVID-19 lockdown. Not at all disappointed.

If you are a fan of 80’s retro/outrun aesthetic, this game delivers.


-Original Outrun/Synthwave style soundtrack

-Lighting and reflections are awesome

-Satisfying to play

-3 difficulties and a practice mode for each level

-Developers are accessible though Discord

-Realistic goals for Early Access


-Menus (Early Access)

-Currently there is no 4K support, control bindings, or controller options.

Real player with 2.7 hrs in game

Rhythmic Retro Racer on Steam

80’s Night

80’s Night

A good game.

However I’ve played until 5055 points and then I hit a car.

When I looked for my achievements I didn’t win the 4 palm trees (pink & blue), the 2 stars and 2 music notes (pink & blue) and the letter K (pink).

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

The most fun was the overtaking.

After that nothing.

I made it over 9000. No, i even did 10'000.

Please use your time better.

Nothing to see here, please move on, move on.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

80's Night on Steam




What a super chill game. :) I love its simplicity and it captures the retrowave aesthetic really nicely. This is 1980s personified. You can also unlock a Tesla Cybertruck in the game. I’m dead. ✖‿✖

I really do love the synthwave genre sooo YEA, good sh*t. They really captured the feel by making your screen look like a VHS being played on a CRT TV which is cool, ya know. Sooo, you basically just drive straight in a carefully crafted synthwave environment avoiding cars when you can. That’s all there is to it. Once you get decent at it, you can switch your brain into autopilot and just 𝕧 𝕚 𝕓 𝕖 out. The music is really wow.

Real player with 40.8 hrs in game

Updated from Negative to Postive

As of Update 10 the huge pop in issue has been fixed with the inclusion of “viewing distance” option.

To be clear, the pop in IS still there, but it no longer hinders gameplay & is now only slightly noticeable when using some of the faster cars in the 3rd person or cockpit views.

The music no longer cuts out after you crash, but does cut off for a second if you restart the level.

Full controller support has also been added now too, which pretty much goes hand in hand with a game like this.

Real player with 8.9 hrs in game

Retrowave on Steam

Rampage Miami

Rampage Miami

Remember when shooter games where gleefully unrealistic, uncomplicated, unpretentious, and thus fun? That’s what this little retro gem is all about. Well, that and fluorescent pink tanks and attack helicopters.

You get to blow up bad guys, cars, even buildings, you can ride vehicles and fly fighter jets, you can buy upgrades and become obscenely overpowered, and all while enjoying unabashedly 80s graphics and soundtrack. The game even has pretty decent replayability value.

I doubt you could find anything more entertaining at this price.

Real player with 15.1 hrs in game

In a nutshell: RewindApp stole a free online game named Hammer 2 and upgraded it with synthwave aesthetics. It surely raises concern whether it’s acceptable for paying such a scam, but I hadn’t known it before my purchase, and for the sale price of 0,39 €, I had quite a good time with this game.

The game itself is a cheap GTA knockoff, the graphics are nice, the music is excellent. Quests are easy and repetitive (kill/destroy N things), vehicle control is a bit poor (except for drifting, which was cool), physics is irreal. Upgrades are not necessary, and if you want some challenge, avoid buying too much of it (especially Golden Gun, starter weapons, infinite ammo, god mode and jetpack), otherwise it will be child’s play and no fun at all. All 30 quests can be finished in merely 2 hours, the 100% completion (time limit, trophy score, secret package) requires about 2-3x more time, depending on the player.

Real player with 11.4 hrs in game

Rampage Miami on Steam

Razortron 2000

Razortron 2000

A top down racing game where you have to avoid crashing into the walls (and if going more than medium pace, cars which spin you into walls if you hit them) and run over the petrol pumps to extend your timer - while it seems like it should be a fuel gauge, it goes down at the same speed whether you are going top speed or crawling along at a snails pace, so functionally it is a timer. This gives the odd situation that if you are running low on “fuel” you have to nail the accelerator in the hope you make it to the next fuel station in time.

Real player with 37.5 hrs in game

When I saw this I thought “Road Fighter clone?! I NEED THIS!”

After playing I was disappointed to find out it’s not. If you bump into a car you can’t stop spinning and you crash. The fuel is not in the form of a rainbow car that is driving on the road but a drawing of a gas station pump that is on the road. There is not enough space shown on top of the screen to let you see the fuel on time and pick it up and you often run out of it unless you are lucky to get one spawn right in front of you. Have to constantly slow down to grab fuel because of the idiotic gameplay mechanics listed above. The graphics are pretty simplistic, there are barely any animations, the few that are in there are really basic as well.

Real player with 6.4 hrs in game

Razortron 2000 on Steam