Operation: Pinkeye

Operation: Pinkeye

Operation: Pinkeye is a first-person shooter throwing back to shooters from the 90s by the likes of Rareware and Free Radical Design.

Set in an alternate Universe where the Acts of Union in 1707 never happened, Scotland and England remain independent and tensions between the 2 remain very high.

A journalist has been killed in a hotel in London near a political rally, his room was ransacked, as if their murderers were looking for something. It was believed that he held important documents containing plans by the English to invade Scotland. Fearing that this is the case, The Scottish Secret Service (The SSS) assign their best agent, Ken Maxwell, to obtain the stolen documents, and find out exactly what they’re planning.

Traverse through 15 levels of high-octane spy action, with music from the composer of Planet X3, and FMV cutscenes filmed in Scots!


  • Relive memories of ’90s era shooters without the annoying bits

  • Faithful old-school graphics

  • Multiple language support, including Scots and Gaelic!

  • Customisable mechanics and controls!

  • Music from the composer of Planet X3 and Half-Life: Dark Matter

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Operation: Pinkeye on Steam

A Space For The Unbound - Prologue

A Space For The Unbound - Prologue

This is just a Demo for an upcoming full game but I had to recommend it!

It’s a relaxing cozy heartwarming adventure game with lovely pixelated visuals!

The whole game and most of all the background of each scene reminds me of the Sega Genesis era and gave me a nostalgic feeling!

I felt like I could play this game forever! but sadly the demo finished so soon even though I almost walked the whole game and didn’t use the running key so I can enjoy the active and lovely background of each scene to the fullest!

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

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A Space for the Unbound oozes personality and charm in spades. On the one hand, the pixel art is undeniably gorgeous; I’m reminded of a specific pixel artist, 1041uuu, who showed slice-of-life moments in Japan; the difference here being, of course, the setting in rural Indonesia. There’s a lot of fleshed out art with plenty of dimension while still being simple and aesthetically pleasing. On the other hand, the time and place absolutely shines through; having been there myself, I felt transported back to Indonesia — the lush scenery, the unique homes, and the animals lazing about took me right back to Bali and all its beauty (and, yes, you can most definitely pet the cats).

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

A Space For The Unbound - Prologue on Steam



Friendly edutainment game with nice music.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

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Voyager on Steam