Delivery Company Clicker

Delivery Company Clicker

In short:

A nice, minimalistic clicker that doesn’t require much thought)))

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

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Delivery Company Clicker on Steam

Fairune Collection

Fairune Collection

Fairune 1: A very stripped-down action-RPG, very short and lacking in plot but with fairly good music and visuals. However, it is more basic and less difficult than Fairune 2, so I recommend playing this before that.

Fairune 2: An expansion on Fairune 1 in every way. There are now far more areas, boss fights, fixed damage enemies that give no experience but some of which stay defeated forever, deeper mixes of enemies, more strategy that comes from stronger enemies still being defeatable, multi-level skills, far more creative puzzles, modestly improved visuals, more, better, longer and more upbeat music tracks, a far deeper plot, and a longer, better and harder final boss.

Real player with 22.9 hrs in game

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Lots of secrets and has that difficulty that makes it amazing. Lots of cool achievements for the people that love collecting them. RPG feeling 8-bit game with puzzles to progress. I cannot express how much this was WORTH the money! The achievements just keep you going!

edit: There are bugs at times, so all I can say is SAVE NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO! but it’s still an amazing game. (Also some of the achievements are bugged, in a good way though)

Real player with 21.1 hrs in game

Fairune Collection on Steam



Time to Get Crackin’

The flashlight held between your teeth casts a dim light on the combination locks in the otherwise pitch-black vault. Near-inaudible clicks tap out the rhythm of the delicate dance of your heist as your trembling hands coax the discs into place with precise movements of the dials. The silent alarm was tripped minutes ago and the police are on their way. But you’re not backing out now — you came for fortune, and you’re not leaving without it.

Revelation is an intense arcade-style puzzle game from Krisalis where you spin color-coded interconnected dials inside clockwork locks to match colors and create chain reactions to open each safe. Thinking ahead is crucial, as each lock will affect adjacent locks when spun. These tricky puzzles would be difficult on their own, but they’re made even more challenging with the addition of a timer counting down the time until you’re caught red-handed breaking in. Keep one eye on the dials, and another on the lookout for collectibles that appear on the screen to give you additional time, stop the clock, and more. Finish each puzzle before time runs out, grab the loot, and get out of there!

  • Over 80 puzzling stages of increasingly complex safe-cracking gameplay, including bonus stages where you have ten seconds to figure out the one move which will solve the entire safe. Choose wisely!

  • Quickly solve each stage to plunder the safe for valuables — some of which can be used to help you in later stages

  • Break in alone, or with an accomplice in two-player mode

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Revelation on Steam

Nightmare Reaper

Nightmare Reaper

EDIT: Episode 2 released, and it’s more insane than before, imo. Love it.

My thoughts?

This game is what would happen if B.J Blazkowicz dropped acid and ended up in a twisted Army of Darkness version of Might & Magic, then throw in some of that looter shooter goodness and you’ll have a good idea of the fun that awaits with this game.

The levels all flow nicely into each other despite being randomly generated from presets, and you’d be a bit hard pressed to tell it is at times as a result. All the weapons so far are a joy to use, all of them feeling pretty great, not to mention all of them work in a pinch if you run out of ammo for one of them. The spritework is impressive, as is the gore system (I had it set to Ludicrious and man does it live up to the name).

Real player with 396.8 hrs in game

This is an utterly fantastic game. The heritage of the old boomer-shooters like Doom, Blood, Rise of the Triad and the like are present without being too much of a complete clone of those legends but this is a solid homage to those games from the past.

The art design has gone through a couple of overhauls, the most recent being the release with chapter two, so if you had seen earlier gameplay footage the looks have changed to not be overwhelming in the color department. (RIP Hula dancer zombie).

Real player with 35.6 hrs in game

Nightmare Reaper on Steam

Sub Terra Draconis

Sub Terra Draconis

Just an excellent game! Love variety of puzzles and level design!

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Sub Terra Draconis on Steam

Super Fowlst 2

Super Fowlst 2

Super Fowlst 2 is the best kind of sequel, everything great about the first built and improved upon. once you get acclimated to moving about it’s glorious chaos all the way through, explosions tossing bodies around, bouncing off of flippers and bumpers, ride ons and farting homing rockets. It’s a great game, there’s real talent behind this. I would urge you to check out the original which is only available on mobile currently, but it is free and ads are very minimal. Both are highly recommended and well worth the asking price.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

I enjoyed this developers previous 2 games a bit “Dadish” 1&2 (platformers) but this one just doesn’t quite hit the mark for me personally.

Its basically flappy bird + Roguelite.

My main problems are the grindy/tedious mobile upgrade system, the jerky camera, and the pretty cosistent stuttering/freezing that happens every 45ish seconds.

If those issues were resolved the game might be a slight recomendation, however even despite those issues and while the gameplay is a unique concept, the gameplay wasn’t super satsifying to play. It just felt just a bit too sloppy and chaotic at times, difficulty would often swing from trivial to unfair due to how enemys would randomly decide to clump together.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Super Fowlst 2 on Steam

Mainframe Defenders: Meltdown - Prologue

Mainframe Defenders: Meltdown - Prologue

this only the demo and ive already put 12 hours into this game. i really like it and am looking forward to buying the whole game. the only annoying part of the game that stands out to me is the crappy vision, but thats very minor and a personal peeve XD.

Real player with 27.7 hrs in game

A good strategy game with an interesting interface, I’ll think about buying the full version.

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

Mainframe Defenders: Meltdown - Prologue on Steam