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.

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VR Museum on Steam

Tiny Combat Arena

Tiny Combat Arena

What is the experience of Tiny Combat Arena?

Tiny Combat Arena is a labor-of-love combat flight simulator that aims to strike the perfect balance between a simulator and an approachable, customizable, air combat experience. All executed in a stylized look representing a fictional Cold War-era conflict.

Sim-lite combat flight model

Tiny Combat Arena is all about the fun factor of flying, dogfighting, and close air support. Simulation elements are added to the game in service of creating engaging and deep gameplay, never just for the sake of realism. Simulation inspired mechanics, such as boosting a missile’s range by launching from above your target, create a new range of tactics for you to explore.

Quick Mission Builder

Tiny Combat Arena lets you jump in and fly by quickly assembling various types of missions. Take a placid stroll around beautiful scenery, configure a team vs team dogfight against aircraft of your choosing, or strike objectives with ground units to attack and support.

Arena Mode

Plan your moves on the strategic map; pick objectives, identify threats, choose which units to support, and where to make a difference. There is a war going on around you, and your participation will affect its outcome.

Detailed and useful database

The in-game database provides players with not only detailed statistics on vehicles, aircraft, and weapons, but also to give tactical guidance on how to approach different aircraft and respond to different threats.

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Tiny Combat Arena on Steam

Meteor Genocide

Meteor Genocide

Lucky me gets to write the first review for Meteor Genocide, from “What a game ?”

Meteor Genocide is most likely a Unity Asset Flip. It’s a basic retro pixel side scrolling dodging game/endless runner. The quality is deplorably low, there’s nothing more to the game than you see in the primitive screenshots.

The game was dumped into DailyIndieGame bundles immediately at launch, and the crazy $10 USD price tag and minimalist/asset flip tier quality of this confirms it’s just a cash grab and should be avoided.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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Meteor Genocide on Steam

Starfighter Renegade

Starfighter Renegade

Starfighter Renegade is a single player, 3rd person, arcade style aerial combat game played over compact and varied alien worlds.

Swoop, twist and boost your Starfighter through unique landscapes, defending them from the invading alien threats!

  • Encounter a wide range of Alien fighters to battle.

  • Stop the Aliens spreading their deadly terraforming virus.

  • Rescue local inhabitants before the Aliens can collect them.

  • Decide which combination of weaponry, gadgets and strategy will get you the highest score.

Exhilarating Aerial Combat!

Master the controls of your Starfighter, dive and roll between bursts of enemy fire to take out your target. You’ll discover a wide range of Alien craft to engage, each with their own distinct behaviours and objectives.

Fly to the Rescue

Many worlds are still inhabited. The Aliens are working to capture the helpless civilian Friendlies to work in their mines and factories. Can you rescue them before their fates are sealed?

Stop the Virus

The Aliens are spreading a terraforming virus, polluting and destroying the landscape to better suit their nefarious needs. The more virus they spread, the less you will score! Do you focus on taking out the fighters and other hostile Aliens? Or look to stop the spread and reduce its impact?

Upgrade you Starfighter

Expand your fighters load-out as you discover more advanced weaponry; better lasers, attack drones, missiles and all manor of other useful gadgets to help you take on the Aliens in a variety of different ways. Find what works best for your style, and best for your score.

Replay again and again!

Return to any world you’ve already visited- just for the fun of the battle, or to try different strategies and load-outs to get the highest score you can!

Starfighter Renegade on Steam

Fury Knight

Fury Knight

Fury Knight is an asset/template flip of a 2D platforming game made with a game making engine. They slapped some kind of zombie/knight tileset on the engine.

The game maker/engine they used is of deplorably low quality. Retro pixel “art” style, the laziest of all copouts for developers who lack the money/talent to do better. Locked controls, locked resolution. This bundle garbage really doesn’t belong on PC.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Fury Knight on Steam



A great classic which aged terribly.

This Cyberpunk themed Action/Adventure augments rail shooter action scenes with adventure exploration and puzzle elements for an enjoyable, albeit all too brief experience. An odd feature is the game having 2 difficulty settings, one for “Arcade” and the other for “Puzzle”, both scaling from 1-3. One can not set both difficulties to “1” as the game informs you would be “too easy”.


A cheap classic.

A fine historical blast from the past.

Fun rail shooter bits.

Real player with 6.0 hrs in game

It’s EXACTLY as I remember, not better or worse – I suppose it deserves to be called a graphic adventure game with action scenes. The voice acting is cheesy, the 1990s CGI looks hideous and plastic, you probably die a lot and…

There’s this element of masochism involved in playing Cyberia – take one late puzzle disguised as an action sequence, for instance, where you have to pick the right doors and eliminate enemies in the rooms so you can proceed. Pick a wrong door and you get a video clip of you getting shot in the back. Repeat a couple of times. For some reason, you don’t get a save point nearer to it, so you have to rinse and repeat through a different puzzle as well.

Real player with 6.0 hrs in game

Cyberia on Steam

Alien Cat 8

Alien Cat 8

has 1 cheevo that doesn’t unlock

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Was looking for a 1€ game and this one was well worth it.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Alien Cat 8 on Steam



Promising, a bit addictive by its simplicity and the progressive difficulty

So it’s all right

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

Starship on Steam

Raptor: Call of The Shadows - 2015 Edition

Raptor: Call of The Shadows - 2015 Edition

Very poor port of an old DOS game.


+Classic top-down shooter with currency system and upgrades.


-Some achievements have trouble working correctly. This requires you to do the achievement over and over again before it finally unlocks.

-Mouse function does not work very well at all. In windowed mode the curser can go outside the window and your ship will stop responding. The mouse also gets hung on imaginary objects at times requiring you to move it around real fast to free it.

Real player with 12.3 hrs in game

Not great, not terrible

(applies to both original game and the port)

My young self first played this classic in ‘95 in shareware format (only 1st sector) and it left me in awe. How could it not when all my previous top-down scroller-shooter were the ones from ZX Spectrum. Raptor had great graphic, sounds, rocking music and a real plane (as opposed to shapes glued together forming a flying blob that I experienced earlier). I finally completed the full game in 2006 which was the last time I played it before now.

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Raptor: Call of The Shadows - 2015 Edition on Steam

Space War: Infinity

Space War: Infinity

the first couple of hours, the game can be fun, but after some hours, you have no chance, to dodge the bullets or enemies. if i have a special weapon, no enemie shows up, if i dont have any special weapon, all enemies and bullets come up at ones. so after all, i dont like the game that much like other games of that type. and flying is too slow, from one side of the map to shoot the enemies to the other takes too long. nothing against a challanging game, but if it gets too unfair, you lose the fun very fast. its simply not good enough balanced to play on for longer.

Real player with 25.4 hrs in game


Very good game. The developer responds immediately to questions and suggestions. he provides more support for $1 than most developers that charger over $30!!!

The best value for the money, very easy to get into, long lasting challenge, great time waster, blast lots of aliens!

There are no negatives because the developer will fix them for you!

Real player with 10.2 hrs in game

Space War: Infinity on Steam