Rescue Rover Collection

Rescue Rover Collection

**Dogs: Man’s best friend.

Evil Robots: Dog’s worst enemy.**

Experience the original Rescue Rover 1 & 2, originally created for Softdisk by legendary developers John Carmack and John Romero, together in one package!

There’s something about your dog Rover that evil robots absolutely LOVE. It seems like every time you look away, those evil robots come around to steal Rover away to their underground hideout. You’ve lost count of how many times you’ve had to go down there, redirect lasers with giant mirrors, rearrange crates, create bridges, and unlock doors to find your beloved dog. Maybe one day those evil robots will cease their dognapping ways. Maybe. Probably not.

Enjoy this pair of whimsical and challenging grid-based action puzzle games where you, the loyal owner of a special dog named Rover, must repeatedly venture into the evil robots’ lair to rescue your stolen pup by foiling traps and mazes designed to keep Rover locked up. Lucky for you, the robots can be outsmarted. Unlucky for you, they’re persistent!

  • Rescue your dog Rover from evil robots across two full games with a combined total of 60 levels.

  • Solve fiendishly complex environmental puzzles by redirecting laser beams, moving crates, bridging moats, avoiding security robots, and more to retrieve your dear pup and make it safely back to the exit.

  • View hilarious animated cutscenes between stages and whenever you fail a puzzle.

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Rescue Rover Collection on Steam

Bibou Quest

Bibou Quest

Bibou Quest - An excellent 2D platformer with a great soundtrack, which I really liked that it can be played together.

In this game you need to collect all the stars in the game and one heart. There are 20 levels in the game and each one becomes more difficult with each level.

I bought this game for my children, now they are very happy and run in a place in it.

Real player with 9.5 hrs in game

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Cool game to play with a friend.

The controls are convenient, children’s graphics and cartoon in the form of large pixels.

The background music is pleasant and calm. Sometimes the difficulty of passing is very great.

Adjustable difficulty of the game.

Deceptive cute graphics hide the complex gameplay.

Convenient control.

You can play together.


Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

Bibou Quest on Steam

Blair Witch VR

Blair Witch VR

My who family use the VR set but its easy for me, my brother and dad to find games, whoever, that’s not the case for my mum who prefers mystery and puzzle games but she liked the look of this and wanted to leave her comfort zone and to say the least we were all pleasantly surprised, the story is good and there’s plenty of times were were laughing at whoever was playing as they froze in place from being too scared.

You can for sure zoom past through the game but we take turn and take time to uncover everything we can, 13/17 chapters done with nearly 10 hours which was a nice surprise lengthwise.

Real player with 14.6 hrs in game

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Do you like taking long walks in the woods with your dog and occasionally wetting your pants in sheer terror? Well then, have I got the game for you! Ok, so this is kind of a mixed bag but it’s a pretty good horror game for VR. Let’s talk pros and cons:

The Good:

It’s a pretty well-made game with great atmosphere. The first ~4 hours, in the woods, are about a 4/10 on the spookiness scale, atmospheric but nothing really scary, but the last ~2 hours, in the house, the spookiness gets cranked up to about 8/10 with bursts of 11/10. It was pretty intense in VR and I had to change my pants a few times… I also liked how the documents had a pop-out window for text that made them very easy to read. Reading text in VR is not always fun but this was a good and intuitive solution.

Real player with 7.1 hrs in game

Blair Witch VR on Steam

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl

Hey, it is your DannyLMusics review and I am happy to present you my information about the reality of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl.

In this beautiful reality we have several possibilities.

Charaters you can choose right now (DLCs excluded):

  • Aang (Avatar: The Last Airbender)

  • April O’Neil (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

  • CatDog (CatDog)

  • Danny Phantom (Danny Phantom)

  • Helga (Hey Arnold!)

  • Korra (The Legend of Korra)

  • Leonardo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

  • Lincoln Loud (The Loud House)

  • Lucy Loud (The Loud House)

Real player with 304.1 hrs in game

I can see the point of all those bad reviews that has spread around the internet. The game costs too much. Lacks of contents. Netcode isn’t the greatest. No voice acting.

But let’s see the positive side of this things:

Working on a videogame it’s not an easy task. Working on a game and supporting it with costant and huge updates is much much more then I ever wanted in Super Smash bros. Ultimate, which I play it as a competitive player. At least since before NASB launch. And for smash you all fucking payed it for a limited edition + 2 DLC pack. For sure. Most of you. It’s something like 130 euros. And you can’t even dash without lagging for half a second.

Real player with 156.4 hrs in game

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl on Steam

TV Kid

TV Kid

I love this game. The art and music come together to make a really fun and enjoyable aesthetic. Unlike most other clicker games I’ve played this one actually has some difficulty in it, so that’s another plus. Since its release, TV Kid has been getting multiple updates, adding convenient and noticeable features. The creator has said they would continue to work on and update the game at a slower and steady pace, which is most likely going to make any new additions even higher quality. This is a great thing because that will hopefully mean this game will have an increasing replay value over time.

Real player with 21.0 hrs in game

Fantastic game. I was stunned by how realistic the game is. The Attenborough-like narrator and the documentary setting make the game quite educative.

Bullsharks [Carcharhinus leucas] give live birth, which makes the enforced caesarean section at the beginning of the game totally believable. They are found in sweet and salt water alike, which totally explains how the shark can intrude that many lakes and rivers. They are also big on energy conservation. For example, they react to external factors and can decrease energy required for osmoregulation. That totally explains how the shark can eat an entire bbq society while crawling and jumping for several kilometres over a golf lawn. Arguably, bio-electricity and grenade-resistance are rather atypical mutations of bull sharks, but hey, who can really claim to understand nature? Similarly, the shark possesses an active sonar which seems unlikely given that it’s only to be found in marine mammals, but it’s totally possible that her father was a humpback whale (also given the incredible size that this specimen reaches).

Real player with 10.0 hrs in game

TV Kid on Steam



Great game, perfect for retro and pixel art fans - if you’re one of them, you definitely need to try it. And I really like to explore levels to find all hidden rooms.

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

This is a perfect indie game if you miss playing Rayman or Super Meat Boy and would like to try something in retro style. Plenty of content, challenges for completionists as well as speedrunners and bosses which require perfect jumps and dodges. Do you like what you see in the trailer? Or you’re at least interested? This is exactly what you’ll get.

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Pixboy on Steam

Biolab Wars

Biolab Wars

Uma boa surpresa, confesso que minhas expectativas eram baixas. Um jogo simples mas bem feito com boas músicas estilo NES (principalmente da fase veicular). Se o jogo tivesse uma apresentação com desenhos um pouco melhores vendeira muito mais.

Na próxima sale eu compro o outro jogo do estúdio.

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

I usually pay up to $10 for similar retro games so getting a decent one for $1 feels pretty good. It’s clearly meant to resemble Contra , although you can’t shoot at an angle which limits your approach to fighting. You can pick one of three characters, but as far as I can tell they are mostly cosmetic. Each character also gets a unique ride during the driving stage - I like that kind of attention to detail, even though it doesn’t do anything. There are 7 stages that last about 10-15 minutes, you can complete the whole thing under 2 hours. The difficulty is pretty fair, once you complete any level you can start from that point, but you will loose your current high score. Unfortunately, there is a way to farm points to infinity with extra lives, I hope the developer will fix that. Aside from that, I was surprised that you can remap a controller (used F310), and it has a decent soundtrack to go along with nostalgic gameplay.

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

Biolab Wars on Steam

Teenage Blob: Paperperson - The First Single

Teenage Blob: Paperperson - The First Single

This is the best version of “Paper boy” that i have ever played, please make this a full game, not just a mini game! The music is great but the other 5 games don’t match the quality of this one, and i feel like i’m not alone in saying so, the concept is great but i would have really loved if all the games were NES remakes like this one.

Real player with 4.9 hrs in game

Well… it’s a “split release” featuring 6 songs & 6 minigames (with the demo version featuring just one song and one minigame, which is a Paperboy clone).

This immediately hit a nerve - you see I have an almost pathological obsession with playing various versions of Paperboy, ever since the Amstrad CPC home-micro version was (sadly) lacking any sort of in-game sound. (yeah, it’s an emotional scar from my teenage years, what can I say).

This particular mini game is pretty nice - but there’s just one problem: There are times when the perspective changes from the classic isometric view, to a side-view (resembling Kikstart, somewhat). However, this switch (which follows the song’s rhythm) can occur in completely inappropriate times (for example, at the moment you line up your newspaper shot) and when your view suddenly switches back, you can miss your shot or crash into an obstacle, etc.

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Teenage Blob: Paperperson - The First Single on Steam

The Last Friend

The Last Friend

If you are a fan of PvZ, consider buying this when it is on 30% sales . The gameplay is a little mix between PvZ TD and fighting. Visual and music is nice and relaxing, the plot is easy to understand with dogs everywhere. However, the gameplay will get repetitive and bored very soon. The fighting mechanics are too simple without anything new and different between skills.

I have completed this game for 100% achievement in around 17 hours - this is a casual and easy game without any challenges. Overall, 6/10 for me

Real player with 17.1 hrs in game


The Last Friend is a lane-based tower defense game in which you balance tower placement with runnin' around smackin' fools. It’s a pretty good one of these, with a good variety of towers and personal abilites that you can combine as you wish. Things can get a little stale at points though, as certain late-game strategies are extremely solid once they’re built, and a good brawler won’t have much trouble collecting the scrap to build them. Overall, I had a pretty good time, and even the overpowered builds were pretty fun to unleash upon the enemy during my final push.

Real player with 11.0 hrs in game

The Last Friend on Steam

Portal Dogs

Portal Dogs

It’s a nice indie platformer. Like it a lot.

Real player with 24.6 hrs in game

Can’t get enough of this game! I sure hope the developer will make some new levels soon 3

Real player with 10.8 hrs in game

Portal Dogs on Steam