Gelly Break Deluxe

Gelly Break Deluxe

I was sponsored to play this for a few hours with a friend, we really enjoyed it and will likely stream it some more. It’s got a clever co-op mechanic and the map design was fun and the soundtrack was also great, though sadly I couldn’t even find it on YouTube. We had a few issues with remote play but it did work and presumably that isn’t an issue on Switch either. Good fun :)

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

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My Review:

I’m already a big fan of 3D Platformers, but one that adds in a twin stick shooting mechanic is not only unique but proves to be a ton of fun! As of writing this, I’m less than halfway through the game, but as a big fan of the genre, this one is doing a lot of things I like already.

There’s beautiful and vibrant graphics, fun boss battles, interesting platforming challenges and of course, a little bit of bullet hell shooting thrown in to mix it all up. The switching mechanic (switching between the 2 main characters) is very interesting as well. While this has been done before, the developer has gone out of their way to implement it so that it pulls double duty being able to break glass, shields and other assorted things.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

Gelly Break Deluxe on Steam

Demons Ate My Neighbors!

Demons Ate My Neighbors!

1991 — it seems like any other sweltering July in the sleepy suburbs of Fairweather Valley…until a cursed VHS unleashes untold horrors upon the neighborhood, turns the residents evil, and generally makes April & Joey’s summer a total bummer. Our heroes must exorcise their neighbors from hell, fight their way back to the haunted High School and rewind their summer to save the world!

Evoking moody ‘80s / ‘90s teen-horror with Saturday morning cartoons and a manic, humorous tone, Demons Ate My Neighbors! honors ‘90s co-op classics as only an unofficial SPIRITual sequel could.


  • Two heads are better than dead - Team up in local co-op, then pump, refill, and spill ‘em all with Splasha squirt guns, loaded with an infinite supply of holy water. Don’t worry about death - with infinite timelines, another April & Joey are ready to DAMN! or DELIVER all over again.

  • Customizable and Upgradeable Splashas - Pump past the limit with Overpump and unleash holy hydro hell. Swap & pop Nozzles to drench demons with different shots, effects, and Overblasts - then upgrade the Splasha’s stats with Nitro Splashtanks found throughout the ‘burbs of Fairweather.

  • Interactive, Procedural Environments - Knock over mailboxes, trashcans, and more to find household weapons that exploit monster weaknesses. Freeze Zombos, zap Zaplings and vaporize Vampunks with Garlic Pizza.

  • Collect VHS tokens from Boss Demons- Unlock new permanent meta upgrades in The Hideout

  • **Getting lost finding possessed citizens in procedurally-generated levels? **Not with the radical Radar Radio called the RadWatch. Level it up by slaying monsters to boost its range and ability to find survivors.


  • Citizens can Tune-Out! - and transform to climactic combat challenges where one of three choices must be made: DAMN, DELIVER, or DIE. Be kind and rewind by draining their recharging stamina with a Holy Hi-Fi arsenal to DELIVER them from evil, or blast through with Lethal Lo-Fi weaponry to let them stay DAMNED.

  • Yo! 16-bit characters feel right at home in this ever-changing top-down 3D world of nightmare nostalgia featuring a funky, thrilling dynamic soundtrack by Sonic Mania veteran Tee Lopes, Varien, Nice Legs, and Papoose!

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Demons Ate My Neighbors! on Steam

PAW Patrol The Movie: Adventure City Calls

PAW Patrol The Movie: Adventure City Calls

Very low effort, buggy and looks like it was thrown together over a weekend. 34.99 GBP for this is a joke.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

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Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

PAW Patrol The Movie: Adventure City Calls on Steam

Streets of Fury EX

Streets of Fury EX

This is the most fun I’ve ever had with a beat ‘em up.

Streets of Fury EX certainly doesn’t have the ambiance of Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara, or the soundtrack of Streets of Rage, or the visuals of Capcom’s Alien vs Predator.

But what the game lacks in artistic and technical prowess, it makes up for with its zany humour, large cast of playable characters, and awesome gameplay depth.

Each character feels very unique, and though a few can feel underpowered, they’re still interesting in their own right. The combo system is super flexible - way more than I ever expected! Chain combos, special moves, dash and jump cancels, juggles, OTGs, and the coming update even adds parries to the mix. Hell we’re still finding new ways to do amazing, super damaging combos!

Real player with 333.0 hrs in game

I sunk a huge amount of time into the original Xbox 360 version of the game, and Streets of Fury is one of my favourite indie games from last gen. I was pretty amped to discover that they were planning on doing a PC version of this, so I’ve been patiently waiting…

Streets of Fury is a throwback to late 80’s - early 90’s arcade style beat-em ups done in the style of games like old-skool Mortal Kombat using digitized sprites. Streets of Fury sports a very competent and deep combo system that is simple and pick-up-and-playable for beginners, while more experienced players can string together ridiculously long combos that look like something out of a high level MvC2 or Skullgirls match…

Real player with 26.4 hrs in game

Streets of Fury EX on Steam

Toon Shooters 2: The Freelancers

Toon Shooters 2: The Freelancers

We enjoyed this game. My wife and I played it only once… and we were hooked for over 3 hours without realizing it!

The game is fast paced, hard but not too hard (don’t forget to buy upgrades for your character) and there are already players online! Wow!

We could have been playing it even longer if we didn’t suddenly arrive into a creepy level with ghosts called “The Temple of Evil” or something like that. I really liked the space boss fighting part, but I really hate that occult vibe that all those games are trying to push all the time.

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

  • Fun gameplay. Tight control (it works fine with X360 controller).

  • Nice graphics, if you like cartoony style. It’s crisp, colorful, and clean. You don’t lose track of what’s happening on screen.

  • There are a decent variety of ships to upgrade and items to buy. The replay value is good considering its price.

  • Minor cons. They did a poor job at explaining upgrades (but it’s not too hard to guess) and you can’t adjust audio volume in-game.

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

Toon Shooters 2: The Freelancers on Steam

SUPER Cute Alien

SUPER Cute Alien

Follow Fito across multiple worlds, in a action packed search for justice. Run, think, shoot and feel. Rescue your love, save your friends and make new ones.

Can you save Cydonia from a rougue AI and its questionable decisions?

Gather your friends and enjoy a campaign in coop mode or fight each other in a fully fleshed out arena combat.

Currently featuring multiple game modes, 1-4 players:

  • PVE: Story Mode. Coop Is Supported!

  • PVP: Versus (rounds)

  • PVP: Last One standing

  • PVE: Survival


  • Beautiful platforming and advanced movement: double jump, wall jump, dodge, edge grab. Get in top of creatures and ride them.

  • A complex platformer AI system, supporting stealth, squad formation, communication, life preservation, pathfinding and different attacking methods.

  • Unlockable content and abilities.

  • Voice acting featured by Alexandria Johns, Francine Padilla and Richard Mendez.

  • Special guest appareances from the indie world, such as Issac and Dr. Fetus!

  • Multiplayer bots.

  • Dynamic day/night system.

  • Bosses and mini-bosses.

  • Player customization.

  • Hand crafted levels.

  • Toggleable gore system.

SUPER Cute Alien on Steam



Princess Cassiodora has been kidnapped by the evil sorcerer Kenzar. To save her the chosen knights Agni, Colden and Luken must face a vast army of witches, ghosts and demons across the Kingdom of Astoria.

To accomplish this feat, the druid Faramix grants Agni, Colden and Luken magic wings and elemental powers to help them on their quest.

Play with your friends or solo and shoot your way through this colorful shoot ‘em up. Earn new items, customize your character, challenge yourself and face huge bosses.

Key features

*** Story mode**

Play solo or with up-to 2 of your friends on the same screen and explore 7 regions through 35 handcrafted levels each one with their own setting, challenges, special rewards and unique items.

*** Enjoyable for all**

Choose between different levels of difficulty ranging from Easy to Hard or define your own experience. Want to be invincible or be revived when you die? That’s done !

*** Replayability**

From the leader to the oldest and youngest knights enjoy 3 different characters, each with their own personality, abilities, moves and unique unlockable items.

*** Elemental powers**

Enemies and environmental puzzles like gates or roots will only react to certain elemental skills. Switch between 3 elemental powers or ask your friends to help you!

*** Fully customizable characters**

Unlock new skins for each character with over 50 cosmetics items to personalize your knight.

*** Awesome boss battles**

Face epic, huge bosses that compel you to find unique ways to defeat them. Fly away and slay these bosses to continue your quest!

*** You can PET your elemental guardian!**

Fly, shoot, slash, but do it with style!

Cassiodora on Steam



Playing Superverse is really awesome experience.

Whole universe against you, just like old retro games when we were saving world and universe from bad guys, those were good old times. What can one wish for more.

Excellent graphics and fluid gameplay is something that is typical for this game.

Tested on keyboard which can be playable but i recommend with Joypad. It is totally different experience.

Once you get used to controls it becomes very natural and easy to play even versus tougher opponents.

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

Have you ever played Gate88? How about Chicken Invaders? Imagine Gate88 space mechanics and controls where you are floating and you can power up your weapons in Chicken Invaders style and just enjoy nice space scenery?

SUPERVERSE will give you all that and more. Although it is an early access game, it is offering interesting content. You are a small space vessel and you roam around different universes and upgrade weapons, Chicken Invaders style where more is better, enjoy the scenery and destroy enemy vessels.

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game




Coming soon to your Commodore 64 and Atari 65xe!

Shoot your way through hordes of enemy ships, tanks, mine fields, wind mills, lazer beams, massive boss fights and software bugs, all in a multidimensional shoot em up like never seen before!

As pilot of the “ARKADIANAX” face both 2D and 3D enemies blended into a whirlwind of nostalgic and modern gameplay, grab items to upgrade your space ship and cannons and take down everything that gets in your way. Discover a colorful multi-dimensional world that requires your expert knowledge in arcade classics to protect and guard the universe; shoot bullets, bombs and massive fists of fury in this explosive space-age and retro-like shmup!


BlastZone 2

BlastZone 2

My Grandfather smoked his whole life. I was about 10 years old when my mother said to him, ‘If you ever want to see your grandchildren graduate, you have to stop immediately.’. Tears welled up in his eyes when he realized what exactly was at stake. He gave it up immediately. Three years later he died of lung cancer. It was really sad and destroyed me. My mother said to me- ‘Don’t ever smoke. Please don’t put your family through what your Grandfather put us through." I agreed. At 28, I have never touched a cigarette. I must say, I feel a very slight sense of regret for never having done it, because this game gave me cancer anyway.

Real player with 208.4 hrs in game

Apparently the blast zone is actually quite large. BlastZone 2 is a short indie side scrolling shooter (ala R-type but I wouldn’t say this game is that similar to R-type) made by solo developer Mat Edzenga. It features a number of different ships with different load outs, 8 stages filled with enemy ships, interesting 3D graphics and a few extra modes to try your hand at once you have beaten the main game. It also has local 2 players, controller support and costs only a few bucks.


Real player with 9.6 hrs in game

BlastZone 2 on Steam