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

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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

Strip Fighter 5: Chimpocon Edition

Strip Fighter 5: Chimpocon Edition


22 eccentric fighters battle for supremacy in a mysterious underground fighting competition!

Rush your opponent, shatter their guard, then wipe them out with an over-the-top finisher!

Brimming with tongue-in-cheek humor, excess violence, and wanton titillation…re-experience a classic age of gaming

with this love filled tribute to hardcore fans of 90’s era 2D fighting games!


Ayame, the Female Cyber Ninja

Nodoka, the Tan Gyaru

Mint, the Dragon Girl

Loris, the Capable Friend

Remon, the Psychopathic Creeper

Tsuabasa, leader of the Earth Defense Force

Denma, the Punk Punishing Papa

Syamu, the Legendary E-celeb Streamer

Ririka, the Lady Wrestler Fan Favorite

Marun, the Playful Kitten

Al, the Fate Driven Young Lad

Mari, the School Girl Fighter

Ryona, the Magical Warrior Princess

Holstaurus, the Minotaur Heifer

Ranko, the Plus Sized Pummeler

Yuki, the Cursed Lady Fighter

Tina, the Kick Boxing Termagant

Hibiki, the Legendary Karate Girl

Stroh, the Cybernetic Dominatrix

Kurasawa, the Bane of Shimokitazawa PD

S, King of the Underground Brawl

Archincubus, Lord of Lascivious


Punch, kick, and grapple to utilize 4 special move meters and claim victory over your opponents!

S Technique

Each character has a unique technique for either offensive, defensive, or mobility.

Successful use of this ability will build your S gauge which will give you even more edge on your opponent!

S Factor

A powerful ability you can unleash after building your S gauge.

This can temporarily buff your fighter’s damage, unlock special combos, or provide other advantageous effects!

Bra Buster

Each time your opponent guards an attack, their wardrobe gauge is weakened.

Once this gauge reaches 0 a bra buster occurs, stunning your opponent and leaving them wide open!

Use an aggressive fighting style to break through your opponent’s defenses!

S Combo

Consumes a full SP gauge and unleashes your characters deadliest and most elaborate attack.


  • 22 far out and unique playable fighters

  • Fast paced game-play that encourages an aggressive play style

  • Packed with tons of exciting and over-the-top combos and special move animations

  • Arcade style story modes featuring bizarre, off-the-wall backstories and plots for each character

  • 2 person online player versus player mode.

  • Sandbox Practice mode for perfecting moves and combos

Notice Regarding Online Battle Mode:

In online mode, low ping for both players is necessary for a smooth enjoyable game-play experience.

It is strongly recommended you only play against people in your own country/region.

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Strip Fighter 5: Chimpocon Edition on Steam



Escape the walled city and take on the militarized government of the sprawl. Fueled by the blood of your enemies and a mysterious voice in your head, make your way towards the spire to topple whatever lays within.

SPRAWL is a hardcore retro FPS set in an endless cyberpunk megapolis. Here the streets are your playground. The dark alleys and dilapidated apartments are all surfaces compatible with your “icarus” cybernetic implant. This implant allows you to perform gravity defying acrobatic wall-running maneuvers. Your enemies, the militarized police of the sprawl, stand no chance. Not only that, but their blood fuels this same implant, vastly enhancing your reaction time. On command you can enter a state in which even bullets move at a snail’s pace. A vast arsenal of weapons lie at your disposal, the armies of the corporate government are endless, but be warned…

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SPRAWL on Steam



WEBCUP SOCCER is an arcade soccer game with old-school gameplay, fast-paced graphics, responsive controls, accurate ball physics and online multiplayer.

Features / Roadmap

Online Multiplayer

WEBCUP SOCCER is all about playing online. While, in the beginning, WCS will just offer online play of two players against each other, my goal is to add various additional modes, such as playing with up to 8 (or even 20?) players in any vs/co-op combinations, or join a match as a spectator only.

Fast-paced Gameplay

WCS is not a simulation but an arcade “easy to learn, hard to master” approach to playing soccer on a computer. When designing WCS, it is crucial to me that controls always feel utmost responsive, and that you would never have to wait for any animation/script to finish before your desired action commences.

Responsive Controls

All your beautiful dribbling, passes and goals should be a direct result of you controlling the game, pressing the right buttons at the right time and for the correct amount of time, rather than random effects or pre-scripted events.

“Easy to Learn, Hard to Master”

Simulating the complex player movements, feints, tricks, dribbling and kicks, which are part of real-life soccer, leads to very complex controller layouts with lots of buttons to use and dozens of combinations which are hard to master, requiring a lot of practice and making soccer simulations quite hard to pick up.

WCS is different. I won’t even try to simulate the complexity of the Beautiful Game. Rather, I concentrate on the bare essentials: dribbling, passing and kicking. That’s why WCS only uses (about) 3 buttons and one stick.

Realistic Ball Physics

The ball being the central piece of the game, it actually was the very first thing I started to implement years ago. It’s essential to me to have authentic, plausible and smooth ball physics, as a backbone of exiting, controllable and fun gameplay.

Strong AI

A powerful and challenging AI is crucible for single player matches or co-op matches against a CPU-controlled team. As the goalies (for now) are always CPU-controlled, their AI code is especially important to me: a strong and plausible goalie behavior is crucial in matches of human players against each other: It’s very frustrating if one’s goalie concedes a goal in a buggy, implausible way — so that’s something I try hard to avoid.

Limited Scope

As a solo indie dev, I do have to limit the scope of the game, otherwise it might take even more years before you could play it…

So, please be aware that WCS is all about simple and casual online matches. There will be no cups, leagues or even a career mode.

I really hope to create a fun, worth-to-play online arcade soccer game with that old-school vibe!


Top Billiards

Top Billiards

You can play 2 player local. I don’t believe you can play online. Though the game play itself is not bad, the concept of single player game is bad. You start with 6000 coins and can play a single match betting 0, 100, 500 or 1000 coins. If you win, you get more coins and can buy better looking cues. If you eventually lose all your coins, then you will need to in purchase coins. There’s no point of this game, there’s no tournaments or multiple opponents. Opponents always about the same ability, they’re pretty good.

Real player with 7.4 hrs in game

Issa scam for some reason

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Top Billiards on Steam



Great game. Today I have remembered what it’s like to play 16x16 and it’s really really fun. Shooting mechanics feel very smooth. Love it. I guess I understand why people still play this game.

Real player with 263.4 hrs in game














Real player with 84.6 hrs in game

Counter-Strike on Steam

Game Machines: Arcade Casino

Game Machines: Arcade Casino

this was fun with beer and weed,

reasonabaly short but reasonably priced, it goes good with any

sort of cannabis or alcoholic beverage.

then it just ends cause a well, its only 1.99


wish i could pay 40 dollars and get 20 times the content and have a full on

casino arcade thing in my house

p.s. my light saber is not weird looking its deady

Real player with 6.0 hrs in game

This game takes me back to being a little kid visiting the Atlantic City boardwalk. At the time they had “casinos” like these with fun games to play for tickets or tokens that could be cashed in for prizes. It probably cost my parents a small fortune to win items that would be dollar store quality today, but I loved the experience.

So step off the boardwalk into a tiny casino arcade. The coin pusher was my absolute favorite, and realistic to what I remember. I really like the overall feel and physics of that one. It feels the most authentic. Things like the stacker machine would have been after my time, but that was also realistic, at least compared to the ones I’ve played in VR.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Game Machines: Arcade Casino on Steam

Quake III Arena

Quake III Arena

Fucking. Hell. Yes. The Arena is a cruel, cruel Mistress - she will build you up, only to break you, & just when you think you’re rid of her, she’ll drag you back into her clutches.

In short, for those of you who are woefully unaware, Quake 3 is hands down the pinnacle of the “Old School” ’90s FPSs designed by the original id Software team, using an entirely different Gameplay model than the Modern FPSs of CoD & BF. A more common term for it is “Twitch Gaming” due to the extreme level of reaction time required to truly match up against not only other players, but also the Bots. To quote Dark Souls - “Prepare to Die”, because you will, over, & over, & over.

Real player with 111.5 hrs in game









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Real player with 40.0 hrs in game

Quake III Arena on Steam

Esports History

Esports History

Esports History is an esports adventure-tycoon with RPG elements, where the player chooses the path to success and the genre in which he will fight for the title of the best. Will you be first exploiting your incredible micro-control or tactical skills in strategies? Or will you always go for the head with superior AIM in shooters?

Manage your resources and time

Work to earn money for training. Should you go to school or make some extra money? Every decision you make will affect the end result.

Create a unique character

The flexible upgrade system allows you to create a unique character that will have all the strong points you want.

Prove you are the best

Defeat unique bosses in tournaments to build up your reputation and develop relationships with the community.

A large number of Easter eggs

Events in the game start in 1996 and as the game progresses, new games are released, the character grows and the whole world moves towards our time. Each stage of development contains a large number of artifacts referring back to this era.

-Unique stress system.

-Mini-games referring to the real games

-In-depth character development system

-Bosses with unique mechanics

-Reputation System

-Build Your Own PC System

-Time-management which does not allow you to relax

-3rd party quests

Esports History on Steam

Windjammers 2

Windjammers 2

25 years later, throwing flying discs at your opponents is still as cool as back in the days. Sequel to the NEOGEO cult classic Windjammers, Windjammers 2 is the perfect mix between what you loved about the classic title and brand-new mechanics.

Fast-paced, strategic, easy to learn but hard to master: Windjammers 2 follows the steps of the first episode and brings back what makes the Windjammers series an amazing fun and competitive game!

New challengers, new stages, brand-new mechanics and awesome new power moves will make your head spin and enhance your windjammin’ experience. Master the slapshot, dropshot, the jump, the smash and the powerful EX MOVE, and enjoy the kickass soundtrack coming straight out of the ’90s.

Sophie De Lys

“Soyez prêts !” It’s time to meet the French fashionable fast and furious Sophie De Lys and her super moves. One simple advice: choose the right way to go.

Max Hurricane

With his impressive silhouette, the Canadian champion isn’t here to joke around. He’s ready to blow anything out of his way with only one throw. Klaus Wessel, you’ve been warned.

Jao Raposa

Absolute fan of Steve Miller, Jao spent his childhood in Brazil watching the original Windjammers’ own his opponents on the jammin’ court, and it’s now his time to shine. His best weapons? His speed and head-spinning throws.

Sammy Ho

Sammy is a very well balanced athlete. The Chinese player is powerful but fast enough to catch every frisbee that comes to him. Beware of his tricky shots! He’ll take the title away from you if you’re not careful enough!

Hiromi Mita

10 years later, you would have thought Japan gave up on the jam? Hiromi Mita is still around with her fast and tricky curve shots shots that will make you regret facing her.

Klaus Wessel

After a decade of hard training, Klaus Wessel, also known as the Colossus from Germany due to his powerful shots, is back and ready to show Max Hurricane who’s the strongest jammer alive.

Loris Biaggi

Swift, strong, versatile… the Italian Loris Biaggi is still the great champion he was back in the days.

Steve Miller

He’s agile and a natural at pulling off reversals along with tricky curved shots. He’s back to prove that he is still in the game.

Gary Scott

The extremely muscular American competitor is once again here to show to his opponents how powerful he is. Get ready to see one of the most impressive shots of the game!

Jordi Costa

The all-round athlete Jordi comes back in the game after 10 years of training. His clinical shots and his speed are the assets that can lead him to win the championship!

● The return of the cult classic Windjammers

● Kickass hand-drawn 2D animations

● Brand-new characters and stages

● Slapshot, dropshot, EX move, jump and smash… a ton of new gameplay mechanics for a complete new windjamming experience

● An amazing Arcade mode that allows superstars to conquer championships while playing solo

● Rad tracks to headbang like a dude

● Local and Online multiplayer

Windjammers 2 on Steam