PORTUGUÊS - Literalmente o melhor jogo de arcade que eu ja joguei na minha vida. Somente os melhores jogos retro, sendo um dos mais viciantes o tank no singleplayer. Simplesmente genial.

INGLÊS - Literally the best arcade game I’ve ever played in my life. Only the best retro games. One of the most addictive game is tank in singleplayer mode. Simply brilliant.



Real player with 9.4 hrs in game

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RETROLD on Steam

The Tower Of TigerQiuQiu 2

The Tower Of TigerQiuQiu 2

playing this game is a lot like life. all kinds of ups and downs. but at the end of the day. its the games that work that count. and tigerio, what a beautiful figure.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

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The Tower Of TigerQiuQiu 2 on Steam

Mambo Wave

Mambo Wave

A challenging 2D platformer. The soundtrack is great and the controls and movement flows together nicely. The sprites, backgrounds and animations all look really good and smooth. The game features 20 stages (as of time of writing) and an optional infinite stage which is unlocked to the get-go. The difficulty starts off hard and gets harder as you progress at a nice pace.

If you like 2D PC platformers and is craving a challenge, then i can’t recommend this game enough. If this is you then you will have a good time.

Real player with 15.4 hrs in game

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Jump across platforms and avoid getting shot by turrets or stepping on mines to survive long enough to reach the rope hanging out of your helicopter. Its fast paced, challenging and very addictive!

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Mambo Wave on Steam

Try to Catch Up

Try to Catch Up

Try to Catch Up - is a fun 2D platformer game created on the Contruct 2 game engine. The goal of the game is to score as many points as possible without getting caught by your evil clone. Clones will multiply with each step you take. Beware, there may be many!

Collect as many points as possible and find out which of your friends can score the most ?!

The game has:

  • Cute graphics

  • Pleasant music

  • Cats

Good luck and fun playing!

Try to Catch Up on Steam



This game is much more fun than many of the big budget high detail graphics AAA games. It brings the same kind of vibe as playing a game of Foosball or table tennis. Especially when playing against friends at home or online with Steam Remote Play Together. Playing against the computer is really nice too. And it’s hard enough to stay entertaining. Especially when playing the game modes that the developer created that are different than standard Pong. The simple graphics keep the game clean. In the matter that when you lose or win a point, you know exactly what happened and why. Unlike a lot of games where you sit there wondering what went wrong, or being mind boggled about what the game just did that just didnt seem right. I paid 1 euro and felt like I could easily share my love for the game by gifting the game to a couple Steam friends. One of them is TheJoyOfPuzzles on Twitch. He fell in love right away and played the game on stream for hours

Real player with 112.3 hrs in game

Exactly the face-lift that classic pong needed. I am pretty sure that I am just scratching the surface of the growing complexity of the levels. There is a tough learning curve to just get competent at basic pong if you’re not already. totally worth it to get through the initial challenge and start conquering some of the later levels. Worth at-least a dollar. No question!

Real player with 41.7 hrs in game

Project:Pong on Steam

Retro Run

Retro Run

Retro run will put you in the sneakers of the runner Neon. You platform and swing your way over to get the precious Runner energy drink! For every level you clear the next one will be more challenging. Make your way through the levels to l unlock something special.

Retro Run on Steam

Anti Frank’s Wrath

Anti Frank’s Wrath

Anti Frank is unleashing his wrath on the universe! Play by yourself or with a few friends locally to take down hoards of zombies and stop Anti Frank! Play as one of four unique characters and buy new upgrades and weapons as you rid the universe of zombies.

Anti Frank’s Wrath is a top-down arcade shoot-em up based in the futuristic 1980’s. It supports 4 player local co-op (or steam remote play).

Anti Frank's Wrath on Steam

Xentron Attack

Xentron Attack

Xentron Attack is a multi-directional shooter inspired by Vector graphic space shooters including Asteroids, Space Duel, Space Fury, and Solar Quest.

The evil alien forces called Xentron have invaded your galaxy and spreading dangerous meteors and missiles in the space. It’s now up to 2 elite fighters to eliminate Xentrons and save the humanity. Fight with smart enemies who calculates your movements. Turn your ship precisely and use the borderless space wisely, and use shield and warp in emergency situations. Your moving direction and firing direction are always same; this is not a twin stick shooter!


  • Simplistic Vector graphics

  • Fast-phased gameplay inspired by classic space shooters

  • 3 different modes to play: Standard mode, Dogfight mode, and 1979 mode

  • Dock with 8 special docking weapons to increase your firepower.

  • Supports 2-player mode. Play cooperatively or competitively for greater scores.

  • Online leaderboards to compete with other people.

  • Select your own control method : the classic rotating, more user-friendly straightforward rotating, and mouse controls.

  • Supports Xinput controllers. Arcade sticks are strongly recommended than typical game controllers.

Xentron Attack on Steam



A fun, frantic and sometimes frustrating spiritual successor to Sinistar, Devileader delivers that classic arcade fun in spades. I never really got into the ‘original’ a whole lot, but this game has a few more interesting elements that give the game a good depth and the difficulty setting is a nice addition that keeps things approachable and adaptable, especially for people like me who are not already experts at this game format. I would definitely recommend giving this game a try if you’re at all a fan of the original arcade shooters or fast-paced arcade action in general.

Real player with 124.3 hrs in game

Hijong Park delivers again. This time with Devileader (Sinistar on crack).

So yes, Sinistar… but this time re-imagined with 4 difficulty levels, much larger enemy variety, interesting weapon variety, and online scoreboards. First off before gameplay begins you are given a choice of one of a handful of superweapons to equip on your ship. These are very powerful and will be used sparingly as they require mining crystals to recharge. They are great for getting you out of tough spots or clearing out a path to hit the devileader with devibombs. Careful though as some will also completely wipe out asteroids and mined cystals which have yet to be collected. Next, your primary laser has a secondary rapid fire mode that clears enemies at a much faster rate. On the flip side it heats up quickly requiring a cooldown time after prolonged use. These two core weapon changes alone already make the frantic gameplay in Devileader much more interesting than in the original arcade classic. Now lets add in a larger ever growing enemy and hazard variety as you progress further into the game and you are looking at a truly great arcade experience. Last but not least, there is a lone drop ship that enters the play area every so often to drop either more powerful ammo limited weapons or time limited items such as shields or cloaks. Be sure to check your map periodically for the drop ship as it can be easy to miss the computerized voice alerting you to its presence in the heat of action.

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

Devileader on Steam

Neonverse Defenders

Neonverse Defenders

An interesting and very competent Tower Defense title. Picked up on sale, otherwise it might have passed me by - there were no reviews. Had I seen the SpecOps review I probably (unfortunately) would have given it a miss. That said, in retrospect I would have been happy to pay full price.

There is a good Tutorial to introduce you to the basics and I would suggest playing each of these 6 levels a couple of times to let the information sink in. The game has a mine of information (you just have to dig around a bit) so don’t let it pass you by.

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

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Game description key-points: tower defense against enemy waves

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Neonverse Defenders on Steam