Fine Sweeper

Fine Sweeper

50 hours in and I think it’s time to write a review. Been playing it on and off rather addictively for the last month or so, most of that due to my unrelenting addiction for minesweeper (and achievements) as well as just wanting to top those leaderboards to make my life seem less worthless…

This is the best minesweeper remake I’ve ever played, it is a hell of a lot better then the windows remake that was on the windows store (not sure if they actually made it) which was a tragedy.

Like that one this too had pickups, which is an obviously new addition to the classic minesweeper formula and whilst I was pretty skeptical at first it’s a very well incorporated addition unlike the other version. There is also classic mode where you only have 1 life and therefore you hit a bomb you die (just like in real life!).

Real player with 254.5 hrs in game

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It’s a good Minesweeper remake! There are dozens of levels now instead of just three, Steam leaderboards to show off with, and the options and controls are just like how you remember them. (Plus, it’s got a nice background track that sounds roughly like a cat playing Team Fortress 2.)

That being said, Minesweeper is much more boring than I remember it. It’s mostly just a game of matching: spotting which numbers on the board are equal to the amount of adjacent tiles or flagged mines. The only real puzzle aspect to Minesweeper comes when you’ve spotted all the possible matches, and the only way to progress is to use some deductive reasoning on the remaining numbers. But no matter how hard you try, if there are too many mines clustered together in the wrong way, you’re eventually going to have to start guessing, and that’s ultimately Minesweeper’s biggest downfall.

Real player with 54.4 hrs in game

Fine Sweeper on Steam



Game breaking bug at the very first part of the game. Bug was acknowledged, but never fixed.

Real player with 10.4 hrs in game

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Amusemos on Steam



CubeLines is balancing act. Taking a risk and go for the big score in one go or play it safe and steady. You can choose how you play it. There are no timers, take all the time you need for your next move or swing it and see how it goes.

By arranging 5 or more cubes in a line, you can clear them from the board but there is always those few that stay behind. It starts of easy; you think you have the control over the board but turn by turn it start to fill up.

Go for high score for longer games or complete a few challenges for a quick game. And for those moments when you simply want to relax there is an easy mode, to simply play!

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CubeLines on Steam




A minimal rendition of Mahjong Solitaire.


  • 20 included layouts

  • 30 included backgrounds

  • create your own layouts

Zenbones on Steam

Yachu Dice

Yachu Dice

Simple, nice and clean.

Lot’s of fun with friends; It offers both local and remote play multiplayer.

Overall it’s very worth it, but I think it needs a couple more features like support for more players (6/8), multiplayer online would be nice though not necessary and mayyyyybe some dice customisation or something like that.

Definitely recommended and I hope it keeps updating and maybe gain a decent player base! (one like Nerts! Online).

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Best game ever that has existed, GTA V is not even close to this perfection.

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

Yachu Dice on Steam

Boinihi: The Ki Codex

Boinihi: The Ki Codex

This is a remarkable game. I’ve played other Black Cube games so was familiar with a part of the back lore. Boinihi took me a little while to embrace. At first, it felt slow and the interface is a bit awkward at times. I kept wandering in a circle. But, the art is interesting (Asian themes), the voice acting easy to listen to, and the music is a beautiful score by Yazorius. Finally, I effected a change and I became totally captivated. Time stood still for me as I worked through each challenge that was presented and it took me more hours than I like to admit to work through it all.

Real player with 23.7 hrs in game

Another excellent addition to The Black Cube series! This time using a slightly different approach, a hybrid of first person and 3rd person views. A very intriguing story to follow as you discover the mysteries of Boinihi and The K’i Codex. The scifi world is full of beauty and atmosphere with an amazing soundtrack that compliments throughout. Unique cutscenes, fx, and animations help bring life to Boinihi as well as some excellent voice overs. It’s these little details that really help it stand out! And let’s not forget the excellent puzzles which are well integrated and have just the right touch of difficulty, but don’t expect an easy adventure. You will need to think and take notes in order to solve these enigmas. :) Overall, if you are a fan of The Black Cube series and scifi myst-like adventures then you are certainly in for a treat!

Real player with 17.8 hrs in game

Boinihi: The Ki Codex on Steam

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube is a mouse only puzzle game that radiates science fiction retrofuturism with a clear influence of Kubricks 2001: A Space Odyssey. It’s predominantly an artistic game with a handful of well thought out puzzles and a story told in short cutscenes and text.

This game piles up retrofuturistic art design with 3D models reminiscent of early 2000’s adventure games and surreal, alien environments. Aside from this conglomeration of distinguished visuals, the music is as if tailor-made. It’s strikingly well composed and adds in equal measure to the strange and captivating atmosphere.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

I tend to avoid puzzle games like it’s the meaning of my life but I had to stray off that path, simply for the artwork.

It was worth it even though I didn’t manage to solve the final puzzle. The art direction fits in perfectly with the soundtrack and the ideology of the game, creating a fantastic atmosphere.

Tip: The developer has left hints and solutions to the puzzles in the community hub disscusions.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube on Steam

Mini Words: Top Games

Mini Words: Top Games

I just can’t leave a positive review.

The feeling is that 90% of the questions are about Mario! Give me a break. A TON of other classic games were just left out to make way for the same game over and over and over again, the same problem applies to the MIni Words: Top Movies, other game from the same developers that has the same movies appearing over and over again, it’s just annoying has hell.

My downvote isn’t just because of this, although a tiny game there are still mispelling errors and the puzzle itself has terrible controls - making a path it’s a real pain! Nothing like LYNE, LYNE is so much better in every way.

Real player with 7.1 hrs in game

Stars received: 3.3/10 _ Note: v.5 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions

[0.4] Controls & Training & Help

[0.2] Menu & Settings

[0.3] Sound & Music

[0.3] Graphics

[0.5] Game Design

[0.4] Game Story

[0.5] Game Content

[0.5] Completion time (level/game)?

[0.2] is it Enjoyable & Fun?

[0] Could it hold a spot in Favorites? (& if the Game can be repeatedly played again)

[0] BONUS point: Multi-Player related

[0] BONUS point: Review for VR

[N] - if Registration is required with providing PII

Game description key-points: unite letters into a word matching question answers

Real player with 6.0 hrs in game

Mini Words: Top Games on Steam



Vizzle is an interesting and unique game with a low initial barrier and manageable learning curve. Highly suggested!

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

They are puzzles with moving subjects, taken from nature, real movies made in HD video.

Great graphics, there are 9 puzzles to choose from, they are playable several times, because each figure has many levels,

the first are easy, then the pieces increase and you also have to turn them to find the right position.

The playability is excellent, very simple you have to take the pieces that are divided all the same in a square shape and drag them to the right place, as a reference we can use the white border on the pieces this refers to the outer edge.

Real player with 4.9 hrs in game

Vizzle on Steam