well… its not bad as an early concept,

definitely needs some polish and a clear objective story.

also more than blue shirt guy and stick ninja man as enemies.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

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Almost better than brutal doom.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Retroninjacyberassassin on Steam



It’s a single player auto-battler with RPG, strategy, and roguelike elements. It’s an ambitious project that combines several of the most rewarding elements from each genre. Currently the game is in early access with a typical “run” taking 45 minutes - 1 hour upon successful completion.

The development team is very responsive on Steam and their Discord and has already released several patches since the game was launched last week. They are also working on making the game accessible and fully playable for the visually impaired, which I think deserves a positive recommendation all on its own.

Real player with 17.9 hrs in game

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This review is further detailed in the video below.





✔️A unique style of gameplay.

✔️Progression on future runs!

✔️The character interactions & story are entertaining.

✔️Dialogue choices that impact the game.

✔️Love the soundtrack!



❌CONS + Feedback



❌Persistent progression seems a bit lacking.

❌Deeper character progression & customization.


Real player with 4.4 hrs in game

Kilta on Steam

Blue June

Blue June

#### STORY A young girl is tormented by terrifying nightmares, slowly pulling her into the past. Before long, the real world begins to feel strangely foreign. The colors, sounds, and smells are no longer the same. With every passing day, the dream world seeps into the real one and soon, she might not be able to tell the difference… #### GAMEPLAY Players will navigate the world as June and interact with her nightmares, people and objects. Puzzles will require a keen eye as they scale with the intensity of June’s nightmares and delusions. Although the main story path will require casual effort, collectibles and secrets or hidden paths may not be obvious at first. #### FEATURES

  • Dreamy 2.5D atmospheric horror experience

  • Immersive and mind-bending story

  • Beautifully gloomy low poly environments

  • Clever and interesting puzzles

  • Engaging collectibles and hidden secrets

  • Passionately developed by a one-girl team

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Blue June on Steam

Half Past Fate: Romantic Distancing

Half Past Fate: Romantic Distancing

Got this game with a small rebate (about 4$ US) ,i loved the subject,with everything going on right now,i decide to give it a shot.I find in easy to relate to Stephen(one of the caracter),also the SNES feel is great,music is nice…remind me of sone NES and SNES music,that bring’s a lot of memories.It’s not a dating sim per say,it’s more like a story driven game.

This game definitly deserve more attention.If you love story driven games,this is a nice 4 bucks who make you forget your miserable empty life like mine…The only downside,it’s pretty short(just over 90 minutes) and there’s not much of a replay value

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

Played this after the first Half Past Fate game and caught me off guard how short it is compared the first one. That aside, this spin-off features the same gorgeous art style, good writing, and down to earth and relatable characters. I recommend it if you’ve finished HPF and want to explore some other aspects of the world and get to know more characters.

Also, we never learned what our resident himbo’s occupation is :( ..

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Half Past Fate: Romantic Distancing on Steam

In Cold Dark

In Cold Dark

An interactive space story about rediscovering a life, our friendships, our choices and regrets.

Three years scouting the distant reaches of the galaxy. You’ve been all on your own, but now it's time to head back home … to SAGI 499: a divided colonial society on the edge of the Sagittarius spiral, and your home. Old friends calling, new faces to meet, political turmoil … and hints of something far stranger. What will you choose?


#### What is In Cold Dark


In Cold Dark is a sci-fi point-and-click branching narrative. You're returning from a distant exploration gig with your trusty glitchy AI, SPARC, and soon you'll need to decide your priorities.

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#### What do you want to do?


*   Navigate interstellar jumps?

*   Read a book?

*   Watch your favourite show?

*   Tackle sector colonialism with the Voiders?

*   Reconnect with your old love?

*   Make a new one?

*   Just do your thing and survive?

The story places a focus on irrevocable decision-making each playthrough, and a blend of pixel art and paintings make for a unique and striking journey through the spiral arm of the Milky Way.

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#### Who are we?


**The director:**


Efehan Elbi is an animator, author, and interdisciplinary storyteller. With a constant desire to craft stories whether in colour, code, poetry, or prose, “In Cold Dark” aims to bring these elements together for an interactive tale of life choices, regret, and striking spacey futures.

**The team:**


done \ undone is a collaborative studio of friends, with a love of many kinds of games, art and experiences.

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✨✨ We're still in development! So look back for more details and news ✨✨



![Venice 2089]( "")

## Venice 2089


_**"It's hard to forget a city like this"**_

The city of Venice, once a significant tourism destination but now almost uninhabited, is struggling with the unpredictable behaviour of tides. Some of the most important monuments are being taken away, among the complaints of the citizens, and the lower part of the city becomes inaccessible more often than not. In Venice 2089, you'll explore the city through the eyes of Nova, a bored teenager who has no clue about what to do in life and just wants to relax from the stress of their usual routine. Yet tides change for everyone without exception…

*   **Venice:** Use your hoverboard to chill out and navigate the streets of the city in a unique 2.5D artstyle. Perform tricks and match your mood with the right vibes.


*   **Characters:** Meet diverse characters scattered throughout the city. Know their personalities, learn their points of view and help them in different quests.


*   **Drone:** Interact with the world using your drone. Collect objects out of your reach and hack into corporation billboards.


*   **Memories:** Fill your house-boat with important objects, and remember the experiences you made.


*   **Tides:** Tides are unpredictable and will change the way you travel. Learn new routes and explore newfound places.


*   **Soundtrack:** Enjoy a dynamic soundtrack, combining the vibes you pick up on your hoverboard.








![Fade]( "")

## Fade

Set in a small town in the Mid-west. You are an investigative reporter sent out to document the local happenings of Eastville. Recently, a cult has taken up residency in the town and strange occurrences have prompted locals to pack up and leave. Prior to your arrival, the company you work for had sent out another reporter whom none have heard from in quite some time. You must use your skills to dig deeper into the mystery and reveal what the town is hiding, as well as locate the missing reporter.


![Pedro's Adventures in Spanish [Learn Spanish]]( "")

## Pedro's Adventures in Spanish [Learn Spanish]

Very simple, suitable for learning Spanish in a fun way; the graphics are in 2D but detailed enough so that you can see the details well.

The game has a plot that you have to follow, you play the young Pedro, the story starts with a beautiful princess who is kidnapped, but who took her? and where did it go?

You have to help Pedro to get to the Castle to find the princess and bring her back home.

There is no translation, but only the Spanish language, there is a tutorial that helps you at the beginning, it is quite easy to understand because we can associate the words with the objects we see or the actions we have to perform.

*– [Real player with 25.6 hrs in game](*

Hola soy Pedro.

I started this game knowing not a single word of Spanish but after persisting I was gradually able to work out a lot of the key words. You can just click around and try and do the puzzles without trying to figure out what people are telling you but I soon got stuck with this approach. Spending a bit of time in the world you will find obvious clues that people tell you. Sometimes they just outright tell you what to do which you can miss if you are not carefully listening. Music in the game is really relaxing and reminds me of Activate Jetpack cross with a JRPG.

*– [Real player with 20.8 hrs in game](*


![Bunker - The Underground Game]( "")

## Bunker - The Underground Game

A review would not do you much for this game. You either love it or straight find it dissatisfying.

For the game, the story itself is not very special. It may work ten years ago. Nowadays, you can find all those randomnesses pretty much everywhere. On the plus side, the humor is tolerant, you may giggle at a time, that will depend on the references, so you either get it or don't get it. My favorite part is the interaction with E.M.O., the supercomputer, too bad they cut him short.

Prepare to use a guide for the puzzle, some of them make no sense, again, is all base on the references, so you either get it or don't get it. On top of the puzzle, this game also offers "33 super secret achievements", trust me, they don't call it super secret for no reason. They don't fit entirely in with the story, is just something extra you can do. You need to count on the community if you want to unlock them all. One of them is so super secret that you will probably never going to achieve it, don't know if it bugged, can't find the answer on the forum.

*– [Real player with 21.9 hrs in game](*

Fun retro classic point and click adventure game filled with communists, computers and cats! The story is wacky: you guide a nerd into escaping from a communist bunker. Lots of silly jokes, lots of vodka and funny computers. A lot of computer games references which I loved. It's almost like a time travel during the cold war era and into the eighties.

The graphics are okay, the music is… err communist. Sadly there's no voice over. The dialogues and descriptions are funny, you either love it or hate it. The difficulty is nicely done, the game is challenging but never unfair. Some of the puzzles are like minigames, totally original ones. The only times you'll really be stuck is because you missed an access to a room, otherwise it's fairly classical stuff, with tools to use and items combo in the inventory.

*– [Real player with 12.2 hrs in game](*


![Beautycopter]( "")

## Beautycopter

Another short charmer from the Deity Driving dev; the same good vibe of aesthetic absurdity in the environments and comedic sincerity from the characters, now with a mix of 3D environments and… whatever you call first-person 2D exploration.

When people say "I want shorter games with worse graphics", this is what I'm hoping for more of (although let's say "simpler graphics", for anyone who conflates 'graphics' with 'visuals'.)

*– [Real player with 3.1 hrs in game](*

The game is good especially the music and the text to speech voice acting add to the atmosphere. The story is quite obscure, you explore the world with your Beautycopter, do some missions, and help some guests. The aesthetics add to the weirdness with the use of fake 3d.

The game is short and simple, you cannot save progress so you need to play the game in one go. There are a lot of funny achievements. This is definitely in the veins of Deity Driving in terms of style.

*– [Real player with 2.8 hrs in game](*