My first game played was Supaplex and I thought I’ll never ever play a clone of it with the same pleasure. But this is indeed very nice and it has unique complex levels.


  • I do like that I got to learn logic operators

  • I totally love the fox, super cute to look at

  • I enjoy the music


  • More levels - like a free DLC would be nice

  • Preferable an editor - so I can make my own crazy levels

Keep it up!

Real player with 38.3 hrs in game

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You’re in a labyrinth with high voltage gates and falling objects that can kill you. To unlock the exit, you need to gather a certain number of orbs (QBITS). Be prepared to die many times.

Real player with 27.0 hrs in game

CompliKATed on Steam

Math Rescue

Math Rescue

It’s a very fun MS-DOS Childhood game of mine for Kids & Adults alike to play. The Gruzzles are up to no good again. This time around, they’re stealing all the world’s numbers leaving Street Signs, Checkbooks & other Number Resources Blank! Benny Butterfly needs your help once more to slime the Gruzzles & reclaim all the world’s stolen numbers.

Both Word Rescue & Math Rescue are excellent choices for younger children… though us older kids will still find them entertaining. They are difficult to keep playing.

Real player with 85.8 hrs in game

Math Rescue is an ancient family friendly Apogee shareware 2D platformer/educational word quiz game. Jump around a charming undersea environment (somehow without drowning), collecting various objects for points, triggering occasional arithmetic and word problems to solve, to make learning fun!

While the effort to make an educational platformer is noble, this game is simply far too dated to be recommendable for that purpose, or for the purpose of fun, either, the DosBOX platforming is clunky and laggy. The real problem here is that we all know this is abandonware, the publisher has no intention to patch or modernise the game, but they’re gouging a rather hefty price ($7.50!) for it anyway. It’s pure greed.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Math Rescue on Steam

Word Rescue

Word Rescue

I have to question Word Rescue both as an educational tool and as entertainment. It is way too easy to get into an unwinnable scenario since the goo used to incapacitate monsters does not reset on death, becomeing an exercise in frustration as the player can collect a bucket of goo and either intentionally die to respawn with a full meter and an extra bucket to pick up, or, more often than not, use up all of the goo and die to respawn with nothing. It is especially frustrating in episodes two and three as they usually spawn the player surrounded by monsters and mostly consist of very narrow hallways where it is impossible to dodge them to get to a bucket powerup. The game also likes to drop monsters from the sky for some unfair, unavoidable deaths, further exacerbating the problem.

Real player with 6.5 hrs in game

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This game is much harder than I remember, and I played it on the highest difficulty. I picked this up in the Apogee pack, most of which I had as shareware when I was a child. I am of course much older than the demographic audience now, and I had a blast with this game when I was a kid. It’s still a very challenging platformer at higher difficulty because the game has quite a bit of depth for players who which to go for the perfect run, The RNG can be a bit unfair at times and the nature of the monsters not moving off screen seems unfair at first, but this can be used to your own advantage when you are out of ammunition. Matching images while spelling out words (much like spelling out NUKEM in Duke Nukem 1&2, it must be in order) still trips me up from time to time. So the game gives you a good amount to keep track of at a higher difficultly. The music is pleasant, and none of it is phoned in. My only complaint is that ‘Orange’, because of the EGA pallet, appears red. Definitly a buy for a young child, and a welcome addition if you are looking for something to trip you up mentally as you try to remember where NOT to drop into a mismatching image, which spoils your run, wastes you ammo, and potentially can kill you.

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Word Rescue on Steam

VR Museum

VR Museum

A tremendous power lies in VR. Anything you imagine, anywhere you dream, any time you envision - it can get you there.

Have you ever wondered what the Handley-Page 42 looked like in real life? Or what size was a Messerschmitt Me-323 Gigant? Or Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria? All of them are long since gone, but with the incredible power of virtual reality they can be brought back to life. And this is what the VR Museum was created for.

There are many great inventions that are only known from drawings and blurry photos. And many of them are already 3D-modelled and scattered around the net. The idea behind the VR Museum is to locate them, refurb if necessery, and show here for everyone to see. Starting from airplanes, the Museum’s collection will grow to become more interdisciplinary in the future.

VR Museum on Steam

Hunger in Paradise

Hunger in Paradise

Its simple and nice game.😍

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

best game

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Hunger in Paradise on Steam

Line Dance Virtual

Line Dance Virtual

Dance like you never have before! Line Dance Virtual transforms your gamespace into a stylish dance club, or honky-tonk, beach party & more! Twist, tap, and glide through 7 dances animated by the professional dancers featured in the Fear of Dancing film. Enjoyment not limited to Virtual world.

  • Shuffid Couple

  • Electric Glide

  • Soul Leader Boy

  • Scoot Bootin' Boogie

  • Copperhead Blvd

  • Loosefoot

  • Woogle

You can now learn from home and join the dance party outside it! Compare to your local dance studio and you’ll realize you will save a ton of time and money (and heartbreak) while starting your new and legendary hobby.

Our professional teachers will explain how movements translate from your virtual to a real world experience. Pause. Slow down. Rewind. Practice. With a level dedicated to dance fundamentals, even those of us with two left feet can learn to check our balance, and get used to dancing in VR, so we can eventually do it in the real world.. and have fun!

Line Dance Virtual on Steam

Double Memory

Double Memory

It’s a well made implementation of the classic Memory concept. While there are not many levels, they are still a nice challenge and training. The achievements can easily be finished in less than an hour.

The game is surely worth its current price.

Really like to see an Indie developer react to reviews and bring out two patches based on them within one week of release.

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Well not much I can say about this game

No + and - below just notable things

-Completed it in 15 minutes with ALL achievements

-21 level (3-4-5-6-7-8-9) different cards on the table)

-Very annoying star shower when you correctly pick 2 cards

-Best price for such a game is 1$ so I can say that this is a value for money game

-Steam achievements - EASY +1 perfect game

-No cards

-Screenshot feature doesn’t work

Yes there are some easy to make steam achievements, the developer just forgot to put that tag on a steam store page.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Double Memory on Steam



Friendly edutainment game with nice music.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Voyager on Steam



Full playthrough here w/ all achievements (once it uploads):

For the price I got it at of $.49 I think this is a pretty dope puzzle game it’s incredibly short, but level 14 definitely was a brain scratcher for me. The music is nice and relaxing and it’s a quick easy 20 achievements+100% game and the pixel frog is cute. The levels where you don’t need all the gems to win are pretty dank memes as well that through me on a couple of levels for sure.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Froggy on Steam

Putt-Putt® Saves The Zoo

Putt-Putt® Saves The Zoo

Probably the best action RPG FromSoftware has brought us from their sister studio Humongous Entertainment, Putt Putt Saves the Zoo has deep character customisation and equipment options to take you through an epic tale of romance, adventure, and bosses with a super subtle backstory provided through context clues and backdrop scenery. If you need a hint with the third boss,

! hit his right toenail with the secret weapon provided under the waterfall. . I’ve easily put 500 hours into this game, and feel as though anyone reading this review may be able to as well, as naturally you’ve probably heard of this game and are here specifically wondering if it’ll cater to your personal RPG needs.

Real player with 500.2 hrs in game

I have a lot of trouble figuring out what to say here. How do you review Putt Putt Saves the Zoo? You might as well ask me to write a review of Citizen Kane. At a certain point, the cultural value of a creation rises above criticism. Sure, Putt Putt Saves the Zoo may have its flaws, but at its core it’s become so ingrained in the American zeitgeist that to critique it is as unpatriotic as pissing on the American flag. Instead, I want to offer a thoughtful and nuanced critique of the philosophy extolled in Putt Putt Saves the Zoo.

Real player with 69.9 hrs in game

Putt-Putt® Saves The Zoo on Steam