Hypnospace Outlaw

Hypnospace Outlaw

In writing this review and reading it back, I find myself struggling to write about it enough to get across my sheer admiration without spoiling the whole thing to prospective customers. I apologise in advance. Suffice it to be known that I recommend Hypnospace Outlaw in the fullest extent my enthusiasm can avail. At the risk of sounding like a fanboy, it is perhaps one of the greatest pieces of fiction I’ve ever consumed. I hope to explain why.

Whenever I think about this game and the experiences it gave me, there’s a dull aching sensation in my chest. I experienced something truly wonderful and moving. I was immersed completely and, ironic considering the active hours of Sleeptime Computing, often burned my candle far too low, ravenously trying to see what else the game had for me.

Real player with 34.2 hrs in game

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A satirical homage to 90s internet on the surface, but so much more underneath that.

Hypnospace Outlaw is a game that connected with me on a deeper level than I ever would have anticipated. While it may seem like a fairly lighthearted comedy at first (and it IS a comedy; there are several moments where I laughed out loud at the absurdity), it is so much deeper than that. Where Hypnospace Outlaw excels, in my opinion, is the world that it creates while you explore the depths of this alternate-reality version of the web.

Real player with 27.8 hrs in game

Hypnospace Outlaw on Steam

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

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

The Lot

The Lot

Take an atmospheric journey in a fresh, critically acclaimed format of a hand-drawn point-and-click comic-book. When a freeloading owner of a blue Mustang drives through without paying for the ticket, Harry Hunter, freelance parking attendant, ventures inside the lot to Make. Him. Pay. ™.

Just like our other interactive comics, upon finishing the game you can print out your entire adventure path in the form of an actual 30-50 page comic book. In response to (very positive! :) ) player feedback on previous games, this adventure includes multiple paths, endings and side-quests spanning thousands of lines of dialog tightly packed in a 2 hour narrative.


  • every interaction in the game world (such as talking, picking up items, using objects etc.) creates a new comic panel, furthering the story

  • hundreds of unique hand-drawn (and hand-scanned!) content rich panels for all the various combinations

  • improved replay value with multiple endings, sidequests, achievements and many different ways to solve the game mysteries

  • when the player ends the game, he is given the option to print out his gameplay in a comic book format

  • a new game+ option with a developer commentary track when you finish the game

The Lot on Steam

A Space For The Unbound

A Space For The Unbound

High school is ending and the world is ending with it

A Space For The Unbound is a slice-of-life adventure game with beautiful pixel art set in the late 90s rural Indonesia that tells a story about overcoming anxiety, depression, and the relationship between a boy and a girl with supernatural powers.

Follow two high school sweethearts, Atma and Raya, on a journey of self-discovery at the end of their high school years. When a mysteriously supernatural power is suddenly unleashed threatening their existence, they must explore and investigate their town to uncover hidden secrets, face the end of the world, and perhaps learn more about each other.

Set in a small town inspired by 90s era rural Indonesia, A Space for The Unbound presents an endearing story-driven experience with a vibrant environment waiting to be explored.

Key Features

  • Throwback to the 90s! Let us take you to Indonesia in the late 90s.

  • Explore rural Indonesia and enjoy its relaxing atmosphere with a hint of supernatural events.

  • Chat and interact with other townfolks and listen to their personal stories.

  • Dive into people’s minds Inception-style.

  • Listen to beautiful music composed by Masdito “Ittou” Bachtiar

A Space For The Unbound on Steam

Broken Reality

Broken Reality

Absolutely incredible! This game, admittedly, exceeded my expectations. I had no idea that this game would be so vast - when I booted it up the first time I thought I’d easily be able to get it completed in less than five hours, however, there was so much to take in and explore that, as of this review, I’ve logged almost 20 hours. Every time something was accomplished it just opened the door to a new quest or area, and every new item opened up new possibilities and introduced nearly flawless Metrodvania gameplay.

Real player with 35.3 hrs in game


  • It’s an actual game with quests, equips, multiple worlds, a story, NPCs, and a play time spanning several hours

  • Unsettling at times but overall it maintains a very mellow mood

  • Some puzzles, nothing mind-breaking. Last world comes with a remarkable difficulty spike.

  • Glitchy at times but the devs are always available for feedback and troubleshooting

  • A retro-style game that understands retro games, is made in the style of retro games, but doesn’t rely on the appeal of “retro games” as a crutch to sell copies

Real player with 21.3 hrs in game

Broken Reality on Steam

Neon Souls

Neon Souls

That’s where you’re wrong. These same effects are the main part of the game mechanics, which at first didn’t seem to me, but the more I progressed through the levels, the more I saw the importance of using these effects to my advantage, whether to anticipate some moves or to help me stay alive. Gameplay quite different and very attractive 100/100.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

As good as the colors of the soul. It is necessary to play with caution and explore slowly so as not to die. Very good.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Neon Souls on Steam

Coffin Mall

Coffin Mall

i usually think i have pretty low standards for indie 1 dev spooky games but this is easily the most underwhelming one i have played, its essentially a car dodging simulator. atleast the ps1 graphics aesthetic is interesting and seems like its not an asset flip game. also yes you can pet odysseus

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

I had fun with Coffin Mall, while the game was very short, it gives you an experience similar to that of the final scene in Christine but in a shopping mall with no bulldozer to protect you. I’m sure there’s going to be more content added later, the extras said something about a bonus game coming soon.

The atmosphere is beautiful, from the PS1 style graphics, to the dark synth wave track that plays once the action kicks in, I managed to survive long enough to hear the melody that pays homage to Christine’s theme. Nothing says “pissed off killer car” like a dark synth track. The weather accented everything nicely too, the thunder and lightning sometimes fired off as the car struck the bench I was hiding behind.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Coffin Mall 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

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

Altered Destiny

Altered Destiny

(Foreword: You may ignore my playtime; I played the crap out of this upon original release. Now I’m just having a bit of fun running around the world.)

Altered Destiny is an adventure game where the player controls the character with the arrow keys and types commands with the keyboard.

There are two specific issues I want to address with this review, which could affect your decision to purchase Altered Destiny:

1. This is the inferior MS-DOS version, and not the Amiga version, which has significantly better graphics. I realise there used to be some commercial rights issues with running Amiga games via emulators. However, Amiga Forever provides a solution for selling Amiga games on PC running through emulators. Publishers like this one should look into it.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Altered Destiny on Steam