Sorcerer Knights

Sorcerer Knights

What was once a happy land is today a terrible place where sinister beings camp at ease. However, there is still hope for men, as the Sorcerer Knights have returned from their slumber to restore the peace that was once taken from them.

Sorcerer Knights is an original game for 1 or 2 players, of Beat’em up style and inspired by the style of the games classics from the ’90s, but with an updated aesthetic.

The theme of the game is set in a time fantastic where the mighty Sorcerer Knights, formidable heroes who dominate both the skill of the weapons such as powerful magic, they must face numerous hordes of menacing enemies in order to liberate the kingdom from the tyranny of the fearsome Sorcerer KaliXtus.

  • Fight terrible enemies through a varied fantasy world.

  • Collect magical items and use them to summon terrible powers.

  • Play alone or in company.

  • Sorcerer Kights is a Frenzied action arcade game that keeps you glued to pad.

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Sorcerer Knights on Steam

Campfire Tales

Campfire Tales

*Note that this is a review for version 1.0.2

Playing status: 3x playthroughs, bad endings


Campfire Tales is a GB Studio game about three people that tell their stories on a camping trip. Three stories will be told by each person to make your camping trip worthwhile.


  • Different endings on each story


  • Clues for getting a good ending are too hard to find

  • Game over by choosing certain options in dialogues

  • Your save will be wiped right before you finished the game

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

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Campfire Tales on Steam



EDIT: After playing nearly one hour, and making almost zero progress, I have to say I would not recommend this game in its current form, except to elite players. This is very disappointing, and I hope my review shows how much I wanted to like this game. But when it’s often not possible to see both the ball off the flipper and the target at the same time, it’s quite difficult to gauge shots. And gauging shots is critical in jetPIN, due to the time element involved. (An option to zoom in and out might help greatly.) The great probability to lose all progress in an instant makes this the most frustrating PC pinball I’ve yet played, and I say this as an original moderator of one of Steam’s more popular pinball titles. (Somewhat the feeling of climbing a mountain in a bucket using only a hammer, if you know what I mean.)

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

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this is like a pinball game made by someone who has played very little pinball themselves. i really really don’t recommend this one.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

jetPIN on Steam

Heretic: Shadow of the Serpent Riders

Heretic: Shadow of the Serpent Riders

When I first played shareware version couple of decades ago I simply thought of it as yet another Doom clone the market was spewing out at the time. Played a few levels and didn’t think much of it except it being inferior to Doom. So I quit shortly thereafter as was the case with half a dozen other clones and thought nothing of it for a long time. Then couple of years ago I saw a LP on YT of a guy raging like a madman because the was getting killed in epically hilarious ways. Thought to myself to give it another shot with a different set of eyes this time.

Real player with 51.2 hrs in game

Ever wanted to play a game set in one of the Frank Frazzeta paintings? Then look no further than Heretic. Heretic: Shadow of the Serpent Riders is the first game in the Heretic & Hexen series, and along with ID software games, have been the main force of evolution in the first era of first person shooters. Each game from Heretic & Hexen series have introduced a design concept that all other FPS games have followed ever since. Heretic SotSR remains the most accessible and action-packed title in the series, set in a dark fantasy universe with 54 complex levels which will guarantee you 20 hours and more of pure hectic and frenetic fun.

Real player with 26.7 hrs in game

Heretic: Shadow of the Serpent Riders on Steam

Relentless: Ranger

Relentless: Ranger

Relentless: Ranger is a fantasy side scrolling rogue-lite RPG. Slash, shoot, sneak, die, and repeat as the next strider to brave the impossible mission. Each ranger lives once. Once he dies, you must select another to attempt the quest.

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Bows, swords, and spells. Use a variety of weapons and magic to overcome your opposition in tough but fair combat. Beware that brainless button mashing will get you nowhere fast. You must also utilize dodges, jumps, and impeccable timing if you hope to survive.


In a land where evil reigns, not only are the odds stacked heavily against you, you must complete the quest in a limited time. With each passing day a ranger spends, the Dark becomes more powerful until the challenge becomes inevitably insurmountable. Will you spend extra time to heal in town? Or will you trudge on to save time and hope you get lucky?


Nine disciplines to train from Archery to Beastmastery to Acrobatics. Combined with inherent talents and flaws, each ranger will play differently. Perhaps you will pick a Legolas-like archer of death who can plow through levels through sheer arrow power? Or select one who relies more on stealth and magic? Or another who relies on the aid of forest animals?


Rescue villagers, find artifacts, or just invest money in the town. You will be rewarded with better weapons, more potions, and beds with less fleas. Help make the town a better place and the mission less unreasonable, if not for you, at least for your successors.


Choices matter in addition to the procedural generation of fate. Each ranger will encounter different people and situations during his quest. Depending on your choices, his subsequent path will be altered, taking him to new locations, dangers, and treasures. Although all seek the Seed, no ranger will travel the same path.

Relentless: Ranger on Steam

Tomb Keeper Mansion Deluxe Pinball

Tomb Keeper Mansion Deluxe Pinball

this game is amazing, love it. maps are super fun and exciting. has everything you would want.

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

This is a good little collection of pinball games made by Pinblend Studios. Right now there are three pinball tables that they made and are all included in this game. I actually won this game in a tournament they had so I got this game for free! Two thumbs up.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Tomb Keeper Mansion Deluxe Pinball on Steam

Total Dark

Total Dark

Stars received: 1.5/10 _ Note: v.5 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions

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Game description key-points: bouncing ball

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

Ball doesnt bounce like it should. For instance, it will hit a wall and just turn 90 degrees for no reason whatsoever. It hits a gargoyle and you have predict where its going to go because there is no proper path it follows. It also speeds up too fast so you cant catch it.

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Total Dark on Steam

Small Saga

Small Saga

Venture below the streets of London, and you will find the medieval kingdom of rats, mice, moles, squirrels, and shrews known as Rodentia.

If the rodents have a cardinal law, it is this: never attack a god. But Verm never had much respect for the rule of law. His tail was stolen by the Yellow God of Death, and now the mouse will have to fight all manner of beasts and titans on his quest to get it back.


  • Team up with a colorful cast of misfit rodents.

  • Encounter awe-inspiring titans. Clash with a swashbuckling water vole, a pious lab rabbit, a poetry-spewing kraken, and many more.

  • Meet the hideous vermin who run society, then overthrow them.

  • Brandish your tiny weapons in strategic, turn-based combat.

  • There are no random encounters, and no grinding. This game is all about a rich story and memorable boss fights.

Small Saga on Steam

The Bounty Huntress

The Bounty Huntress

Killed the troll to get the yellow key. Troll drops the yellow key, I grab the yellow key, it disappears completely from the game and I cannot progress anymore. This happened 4 hours into the game. I am done with this game for good. This is not really a final product, a ton of stuff needs to be improved.

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

Full play through here (once it uploads and I edit out all the deaths from camping off screen sniping enemies and being lost for hours):

I really enjoyed this game the playstyle is dope and some of the weapons are super cool big knife is life. The music throughout is nice and the game is a really fun metroidvania overall. My The game creators are super responsive and solved all my complaints really expediently definitely recommend for the price. 100%

Real player with 4.9 hrs in game

The Bounty Huntress on Steam

HeXen: Beyond Heretic

HeXen: Beyond Heretic

IMPORTANT: This version of the game is in its native DOS state, and frankly that hasn’t aged well thanks to low resolutions and clunky controls. I recommend getting GZDoom to run this, put its compatibility mode on Doom (not the strict version, just the regular). For gameplay options, make sure jumping is enabled and crouching disabled, as levels were designed with that in mind. You can tighten up the shooting by turning autoaim off. To keep the art style of the game as it was intended, turn all texture filtering off, and use square pixel particles.

Real player with 100.0 hrs in game

After far too long, I have finally completed HeXen. It’s the sequel to Heretic, but while Heretic was a fun DOOM reskin, HeXen gets away from DOOM’s influence and becomes more of its own thing, with multiple player characters, hub-based level structure, more puzzles, and a far darker tone. These changes bring plenty of pros and cons, and certainly create a unique experience.

There are three characters to choose from at the start of the game: the Fighter, the Mage, and the Cleric. (They have actual names, but they’re not worth remembering.) The Fighter is a melee character, the Mage is ranged, and the Cleric is a mix between the two. I played as the Fighter because I’d heard that he was the best, and it’s fun to just run around punching hundreds and hundreds of monsters with wonderfully cathartic gore and sound effects. The punch is the starting weapon (there are four total per class), and it’s strangely effective; I got by using it almost exclusively for about 60% of the game before the challenge ramped up enough to necesitate use of the other weapons. I may go back and play as the other characters at some point, though, because the game makes it clear that the playstyles differ enough to make repeats worthwhile.

Real player with 28.4 hrs in game

HeXen: Beyond Heretic on Steam