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).

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Anti Frank's Wrath on Steam

Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection

Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection

Played this a lot on the Switch, and am gladly going to play it even more on PC. If you have a high tolerance for frustration and can laugh at both your own stupid mistakes and some downright mean BS the game will throw your way (mostly difficulty, but some cheap traps as well), I believe you’ll have an absolute blast playing this. It’s quite a rollercoaster of intense excitement, intense frustration and intense satisfaction.

The GnG series was always quite unique due to how well it evoked a feeling of fumbling or panic with its design and mechanics. No matter how well you know a level and how good of a plan you have, things always go very wrong very quickly, and you will be forced to quickly make some hard decisions or die. This aspect of the games was always the main source of excitement, satisfaction and humor. GnG Resurrection doubles down on this exact element and ramps it up more than any previous game in the series.

Real player with 58.9 hrs in game

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Ghosts ‘n Goblins is back and it’s harder than ever! Having played four games in this series I was convinced that I was more-than-ready to tackle its hardest difficulty (Legend) for my first playthrough, oh how wrong I was. Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection (GnGR) is best described as a remake+. It borrows heavily from the gameplay, enemies, levels, music, and more from the first two games but also contains new content that fits in with what the original games established. GnGR features four returning stages that are significantly longer and play completely differently as well as three brand new stages.

Real player with 45.6 hrs in game

Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection on Steam

Red Measures

Red Measures

A good example of the contagiousness of communism

Real player with 45.6 hrs in game

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Holy fck my monitor and my walls are drenched in cm.

Such a beautifull masterpiece coming straight from Gameguru again, f*ck yeah baby.

But now I have to clean, there’s no way I’m giving this a positive since it will take so long. :,-(

Edit : Nah but serisously don’t buy that piece of tr*sh, it’s a Gameguru game, RUN dude.

Edit 2 : Refund received ;-)

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Red Measures on Steam

Post Soviet Zombies

Post Soviet Zombies

The discount price worth the gameplay and content…but is it any good? well, not really, there’s few Hero to choose from and they have their own traits, passives and active ability

But what this game seriously lack is the Inability to play different Hero in different save slots….so you need to stick to one dude until you finished the whole game….

4.5/10 on sale ( unless you want a 100% perfect game on the list )

So boring

Trust me, is hard to even persuade yourself to get 100% Achievements Completion on this game …also it don’t count as a “100% completion game if you got it on a sale…

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

Well game is cheap I think 1 dollar , but levels are just allota enemies :P , just spam, In hard mode if u dont have luck , u have no chance to pass it , guns are cool , but if u have lmg u dont need to use other guns , game dont take much space

game is not very good imo

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

Post Soviet Zombies on Steam

Super Grave Snatchers

Super Grave Snatchers

Raise the dead. Kill people. Raise them, too.

There are also spells like fireballs and soul tornadoes, if you don’t want your minions to have all of the fun.

Campaign is not long, but there’s a sandbox mode and a survival mode that you can unlock, also.

Real player with 12.6 hrs in game

Super Grave Snatchers is a short, beautifully retro, necromantically witty and very engaging game.

The controls are simple enough, and fairly intuitive. On higher difficulties, the length of the game makes the creative permadeath fun rather than a chore (I recommend at least 2 Cheat Death items, because you basically have 1 HP). On lower difficulties, well, it’s a blast to just run around necromant-ing everything in sight. :D

As for the musical score - ::chef’s kiss::

Real player with 12.2 hrs in game

Super Grave Snatchers on Steam

Dead Pixels II

Dead Pixels II

_On November 19th 1987 the dead rose across America.

Few survived the first week.

Welcome to 1991._

Dead Pixels II: Straight to Video is a procedurally generated side scrolling shooter set in a post apocalyptic city in the near future of 1991. Fight your way through the hordes of the undead as you try to find a way out of the city. Raid buildings for supplies and work with other groups of survivors in order to get out of this nightmare with a pulse.

Key Features

Procedurally generated city that is never the same.

100’s of weapons, items and valuables to scavenge from around the city.

Online and local 1 - 4 player co-op.

Customize your character appearance to tell your own story of survival.

Optional CRT and VHS effects.

Multiple gameplay modes. From story mode to quick game and survival.

Once you finish bring your character back into a new game at a harder difficulty.

Awesome synth soundtrack.

Dead Pixels II on Steam

My Night Job

My Night Job

Cartoon-styled side-scrolling beat’em up game with surprisingly complex and challenging mechanic.

Basically, you’re dropped just outside of some big mansion, filled with respawning monsters and “civilians”, as well as some items you can use as weapons - from umbrellas and chairs to gas baloons and everyone’s favourite - the Chainsaw!

In short, you beat monsters, gather people and led them to rescue (helipads on the edges of the mansion). For each rescue you collect some goodness, like healthkits, guns with ammo etc. After you rescue 100 people, your main goal changing to blow up the mansion, by settling some C4 in the basement. Meanwhile, as you running back and forth through the area, the monsters are growing their numbers, and if they reach some trigger point, they starting to tear the mansion apart - yeah, before you’ll be able to save everyone and leave the place.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

If you think I missed something in my review feel free to tell me

My Night Job

My Night Job is a tribute to the classics of horror and is a nice paying occupation if you somehow live through the job. I will add a TL;DR at the end.


My Night Job is fairly simple as your goal is to save 100 survivors from an abandoned mansion as you are also trying to make sure you do not die and hope that the mansion is not destroyed by its monstrous guests. Do this by using various environmental objects to kill the monsters. This is not an easy game by far and there are tributes to classics all around the mansion. The tributes include the different areas of the mansion and six special survivors you can recuse which give you certain bonuses. An example of one of these is the girl from the ring which you can rescue through one of the televisions within the residence.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

My Night Job on Steam

Rock Boshers DX: Directors Cut

Rock Boshers DX: Directors Cut

Charming! I finished this now and finally realized that there are a few bonus arcade games too. Actually, even the main game feels like a collection of the type of little home-made games we made for the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64, just with a lot more enemies. I am happy that I played with a controller, since this is a twin-stick shooter which can be somewhat unforgiving at times. The collision detection sometimes seemed to detect collision before I did, which caused some frustration, but it may be my own fault for beginning to getting used to games where you can graze bullets. It was in any case easier than many vintage games. The light-hearted story ties all the different levels together well, but don’t be mislead into thinking that this is just a shallow game about steampunk mining on Mars. If looking deeper, it actually teaches an important life lesson: Never be without scones, cheese and tea.

Real player with 14.2 hrs in game

Bit conflicted about this game. Sometimes it’s just an annoying crowd control shooter game (with added difficulty as you run around ‘laps’ in certain levels that require that) and sometimes it’s a clever blast from the past action game and a well designed one too.

Love the MSX-era look. The 16-bit graphics option that was added in the latest patch is very nice looking too.

Unlockable arcade games puts your old arcade skills to test. Loderunner anyone?

Check actual gameplay videos to get a better picture of what this game is and skip the stuff on the store page. Store page gives a false impression there are adventure elements in the game. In reality they are non-existent.

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

Rock Boshers DX: Directors Cut on Steam

Zombie Soup

Zombie Soup


Zombie Soup is a top-down action shooter with a quirky twist on the classic zombie genre that follows a young college freshman named Ricky who inadvertently finds himself thrown into an unexpected adventure as he shoots his way to save a kidnapped girl in a town overrun by zombies and monsters!


Find and collect vintage items scattered across the town for some nostalgic blast to the past!


Choose to get out of your way to help any townspeople you find or stay focused on your objectives! But be warned, you only get one chance!


Listen to goofy and sarcastic conversations between characters, with fully dubbed voice-overs!


Put your shooting and dodging skills to the ultimate test against swarms of surprisingly quick zombies and monsters, all hungry for your brain!


Encounter ridiculously tough bosses with bizarre abilities that will certainly challenge all your skills!


Upgrade and customize your loadouts and equip powerful perks to help mow down larger hordes of zombies!


Unlock and discover an arsenal of different weapons from trusty shotguns to outrageous peculiar weapons with special effects that deal insane amounts of damage!

Zombie Soup on Steam

After the Fall® - Launch Edition

After the Fall® - Launch Edition

(Played on Quest 2 via AirLink)

This isn’t a negative nor a positive review, Negative for Devs visibility. Will update with game’s updates

TLDR; Very strong foundation but need way more time in the oven.

4 Player shooter with Big hordes of Zs (slow, fast, tough, wide and bosses), ok gunplay, boring runs in recruits and veteran, but challenging runs at Master and Nightmare difficulties, but not really doable until the RNG gods favor you good mods for your weapon.

So many issues I have with the game currently:

Real player with 17.5 hrs in game

Hopes were high based on Vertigo’s track record with Arizona Sunshine, and they definitely did not disappoint. I finally get the KF2/L4D2 style horde shooter experience that I always wanted in a VR title.

Yes, I have my complaints and criticisms, but the devs are very open about this through the game’s Discord channel, and that’s all that really matters to me. These issues pale in comparison to the scope of this project, and the fact that no other developer has even floated the idea of making this type of game, let alone one that spans all major VR platforms, with the potential for cinematic and downright heart-pounding moments.

Real player with 17.3 hrs in game

After the Fall® - Launch Edition on Steam