Teenage Blob: Paperperson - The First Single

Teenage Blob: Paperperson - The First Single

This is the best version of “Paper boy” that i have ever played, please make this a full game, not just a mini game! The music is great but the other 5 games don’t match the quality of this one, and i feel like i’m not alone in saying so, the concept is great but i would have really loved if all the games were NES remakes like this one.

Real player with 4.9 hrs in game

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Well… it’s a “split release” featuring 6 songs & 6 minigames (with the demo version featuring just one song and one minigame, which is a Paperboy clone).

This immediately hit a nerve - you see I have an almost pathological obsession with playing various versions of Paperboy, ever since the Amstrad CPC home-micro version was (sadly) lacking any sort of in-game sound. (yeah, it’s an emotional scar from my teenage years, what can I say).

This particular mini game is pretty nice - but there’s just one problem: There are times when the perspective changes from the classic isometric view, to a side-view (resembling Kikstart, somewhat). However, this switch (which follows the song’s rhythm) can occur in completely inappropriate times (for example, at the moment you line up your newspaper shot) and when your view suddenly switches back, you can miss your shot or crash into an obstacle, etc.

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Teenage Blob: Paperperson - The First Single on Steam

Fire Tonight

Fire Tonight

The gameplay is not out of ordinary but it introduces simple new mechanics in every chapter. You try to find your way in a 3D maze and it’s kind of easy.

The story on the other side, is easy going and heart warming with the dialogues and the cutscenes.

It was a very nice short experience overall with all the music and the unusual narrative.

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

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This game is short (about 60 minutes tops) so the price isn’t that bad for what you get. My biggest problem with it is the achievement for “Stroll down memory lane”. There is no checklist to tell you what you are missing from the level so you have to play it and hope you touched everything. Some are saying it is glitched and after 3 hours, I may be inclined to agree with them. I have checked several guides and nothing really tells me what the issue is and why I can’t unlock this achievement. I had a great time with it but definitely feeling a little burned by the experience. Don’t delete me

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

Fire Tonight on Steam

Teenage Blob

Teenage Blob

Hello there Ladies and Gentlemen. My name is Mitch Larson, and I’m here to tell you about An awesome game called Teenage Blob.

This Game is brilliant. Let’s talk about it. The controls are fairly simple. you just use keyboard arrow keys and space bar etc. The controls are smooth. And the gameplay is really fun. There’s a lot of different minigames and there’s a lot of achievements for this game too.

Music gets a 10 out of 10 because the music in this game is absolutely stellar. Seriously, completely awesome music. Written and played by the SuperWeaks.

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

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Finally, a game I can play as a blob.

Honestly, I never got to go to a concert. I know, lame, but I can’t help that my family couldn’t afford concert tickets back then anyway. The one concert I was actually able to attend actually got canceled at the last minute (totally not still salty). And now when we’re better off now, I live in a town where nothing happens and if I do want to attend something I’ll have to travel a long distance to just get there (my dreams of going to anime/gaming conventions are crushed). Well, if I was never able to go to a concert, I might as well go to one in a game.

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Teenage Blob on Steam

All You Can Eat

All You Can Eat

I think this game is worth getting. But it’s not for everyone: it’s an adventure game in the Sierra-on-line (eg Kings Quest) style of game, where you have an inventory and have to click on objects. Fortunately, the game is short, so your inventory is never unwieldy nor are any of the puzzles bizarre. No having to put bat-guano in cannons or anything so counter-intuitive.

Here are the pros:

It is free of any problems or bugs.

There is no way to mess up… the game simply won’t let you use your items in the wrong place.

Real player with 1.7 hrs in game

### An Interactive Comic Book that You Print Out and Color? Yes, Please!

### Introduction

This wonderful little gem, All You Can Eat, is a perfect blend of comic and game. The gameplay is just like any adventure title, complete with inventory, and simple point and click. It centers on our intrepid, but very lazy, main character. He is without a name in the game but in my playthrough, I called him “Bob.” He just seemed like a Bob. He needs to save his favorite all-you-can-eat diner from foreclosure and is forced into the wide world of his neighborhood to do so. The humor is corny and mostly clean (just a few curse words).

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

All You Can Eat on Steam

Gone Home

Gone Home

Sometimes I worry when my opinion on an especially beloved piece of work differs from that of the overwhelming majority of game reviewers. I wonder if perhaps I’ve missed something along the way. I think to myself “Did I play this the wrong way?” or “Was I not paying close enough attention?” BioShock Infinite, with its near universally high review scores and fleeting comparisons to Citizen Kane, was a recent example of the difference in opinion I felt with professional game critics. I found Infinite to be uneven, with the emphasis on narrative being overshadowed by the disconnect between it and the gameplay.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

Gone Home is a first-person exploration game set in the 90’s in which you play through the eyes of 21 year old Katie. After spending a year overseas she returns to her family home only to discover there is nobody there to greet her. Pinned to the front door she finds a letter written by her younger sister Samantha telling her to not come look for her, but Katie decides otherwise.

Estimated reading time: 2,5 minutes.

Sounds interesting, tell me more.

It’s hard to talk more about the plot without majorly spoiling the important bits of the story, so I’ll focus on the gameplay and presentation instead.

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Gone Home on Steam

Full Throttle Remastered

Full Throttle Remastered

I first knew about Full Throttle back in its release year of 1995. I thought it would be an interesting game to try because I was aware that it is an adventure game about bikers. However, I never got the chance to play it. In 2017 Full Throttle Remastered was released on Steam, so I had renewed interest in this game.

The 1995 version of Full Throttle was pixelated point-and-click adventure whereas the remastered version is 3D, but you can switch between the pixelated version and the 3D version at any time. The game is an interactive tale told through a biker’s perspective; a biker named Ben. From the start, I felt like the game was a great way to experience gaming in the point-and-click adventure genre.

Real player with 14.4 hrs in game

My rating: 8/10

Based on: one full playthrough

Full disclosure: As with many LucasArts adventure video games, I played the Windows original around the turn of the century on my first home PC and I still have fond memories of it.


(+) a high-octane main story set in a gritty near-future alternate-history universe, following Ben, a tough and gruff biker gang leader, as he gets mixed up in murder, corporate and vehicular warfare, and other manly exploits

(+) a motley crew of larger-than-life and memorable supporting characters like the elusive love interest Mo and the fiendish antagonist Adrian Ripburger

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Full Throttle Remastered on Steam

Half-Life: Blue Shift

Half-Life: Blue Shift

Average Blue Shift Enjoyer:

















Real player with 14.1 hrs in game

barney is the best character in all of half-life

Real player with 11.8 hrs in game

Half-Life: Blue Shift on Steam

Hanefield Asylum

Hanefield Asylum

For a solo developed game, this played pretty well. The jump scares weren’t obvious like in a lot of games, and offered a good sense of fear throughout the game. The additional content after you complete the game was great. A lot of action in a small amount of time, and added more depth to the story of Hanesfield Asylum. Definitely a great buy for less than $10.

Real player with 12.5 hrs in game

I actually had some fun playing this - I thought it was a great premise and the spooks did work really well. However the lack of a save game is a major thumbs down. I can cope with the excessive shots enemies need to bring them down and some glitches here and there - but I’m doing a series on this game on my YouTube channel and haven’t finished the game in one go so I’ve had to go back to the start every time I want to play the next section.

Enjoyed the horror theme though, the devs nailed it.

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Hanefield Asylum on Steam

macdows 95

macdows 95

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Real player with 10.9 hrs in game

Imaginative and suprising puzzle game!

What this game is: A clever and surprising puzzle game presented to you under the guise of a Mac OS clone desktop with some Windows 95 elements (hence the name Macdows).

How does it work? When you first start the game, the first page you see is an actual puzzle… Very disconcerting and FUN! Once solved, you will be introduced to the desktop, which IS the game. From there, you will find various functionalities you can interact with, many of which are directly involved in some kind of puzzle you will have to solve. Please note that you will need a functioning microphone for a couple of the minigames you will find inside.

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

macdows 95 on Steam



Loom is a fun and charming game with an interesting world and unique way of interacting it. Unfortunately, while this version does have voiced characters, some dialogue and scenes have been cut. I’d recommend the FM-Towns version run through ScummVM, which one can find with a quick google search if one wants a fuller experience. The EGA version is also the creator’s preferred version, which completely uncensored, so that version is recommended as well. Finally, listening to the audio drama, which is on YouTube, is also recommended to provide a bit more background on the world of Loom.

Real player with 12.0 hrs in game



| Peaceful |


| Beautiful |



| Moderate |


| Nostalgia |



| Mystique |


| Sometimes |

PROS: Mysterious and alluring world that is rich with lore. Interesting musical system, no hand-holding. Nice voice-acting.

CONS: First game of a planned trilogy that never came to fruition. Starting the first game to a project that’s been unfinished for around 25 years now may sound completely absurd to people who have never played Loom. Understandably so. Many different versions of Loom were released, and I’m disappointed to see that this was not a version cobbled together for the most content available.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

LOOM™ on Steam