Dracula: A Gothic RPG

Dracula: A Gothic RPG

Dracula is back in this dark but cute RPG.

Collect souls for more powers, learn alchemy, and cast your dark magic in battle.

Black cats, werewolves, zombies; he’s buddies with all types of Halloween friendlies – and he’s going to go questing with them!


After thousands of years, Dracula has been summoned for a grand purpose by ghosts and dark magicians. They require his resurrection to fulfill the prophecy.

After he has awakened, he meets a quirky cast of characters that will get him in a lot of trouble and comical shenanigans.


👻 Party members include ghosts, zombies, and many types of Halloween friendlies.

🦠 Collect Souls to increase your power, or talk to the dead to learn their skills.

🎁 Collect items to decorate Dracula’s Mansion.

⚔️ Explore and adventure the world with some … rather unusual quests… as a dark hero.

📺 Classic role-playing style

Explore areas in classic JRPG style

~Victorian Forest~

Future Updates:

⚗️ Craft items in the Underground Alchemy Lab.

📜 Randomized side-quests

🍪 Come to the dark side. We have cookies.


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Dracula: A Gothic RPG on Steam

Castle Manager

Castle Manager



  • deploy the chambers, armoury, dungeons, throne room, and other rooms

  • take care of the castle expansion

  • repair damage on an ongoing basis

  • extinguish fires

  • build a moat

  • ensure that the blacksmith forges swords and the armourer makes the armour

  • see to the butcher slaughter the pig

  • make sure that the farmer sows the field, harvests the crop and the baker bakes the bread

  • ensure that the winemaker delivered the wine…

  • …and that the tables are laden with food

  • resolve conflicts

  • punish criminals

  • take care of the spiritual development of your people

  • suss out intrigues

  • plan sieges

  • negotiate with other kingdoms

  • take control of plagues

  • fight against epidemics

  • deal with natural disasters

Remember that your king must be satisfied with your work! Do your best to keep the castle alive, the people happy and the army ready for battle!

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Castle Manager on Steam

Battle for Antares

Battle for Antares

Battle for Antares is a fast-paced strategy game. You grow your empire, colonize star systems, build planetary infrastructure and combat drones to battle your opponent. Will you focus on research to crush your opponent with superior technology? Or do you outnumber and overwhelm the enemy early on? The fate of your empire is at your hands.

Procedural generated, face-paced game play

Battle for Antares is face-paced. Every round is different due to procedural generated galaxies and one round lasts roughly 15 minutes. Grow your empire, install crucial infrastructure projects on your planets and research new technologies. Command your fleet of drones and crush your opponent.

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Battle for Antares on Steam

Mr. Prepper: Prologue

Mr. Prepper: Prologue

The Meta:

This is a free prologue, as a feature-limited demo of the full game which expands upon the content that was made available in the demo from July. You have absolutely no reason not to try this.

I’ve played rather extensively through the beta testing, and can attest that the devs are incredibly responsive to the player community, both for bug fixing and implementing player-suggested improvements or modifications, and I fully expect that behavior to apply to the full game.

The game includes no microtransactions.

Real player with 70.7 hrs in game

Originally, I thought the prologue would end in 30 days at most, but later I found out that I was still too young and naive. On the first day of the second month, I angrily ate all my food. I have many cans which used all the money I made to buy, and with lots of blueberry milkshakes and carrot soup. It’s ridiculous that I didn’t have diarrhea after eating it all! Ok, I have to quit the game in dismay!

Talk about the advantages and shortcomings of this game. This game is still very creative, painting style is good, it is said that the official version has more content. In terms of content, the game is undoubtedly a success. But the game also has some shortcomings:

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Mr. Prepper: Prologue on Steam

Miracle field

Miracle field

Absolute TRASH. You can only move slowly left or right, move right for about 2 minutes with NO challenges what-so-ever. game will end just after about two minutes of boring content.


$30 is absolutely ridiculous and this “NON-developer” knows damn well it is. This was only put on Steam to sell on key selling websites for a nickel or dime per key. That’s exactly how I got this BS.

NOT Recommended. I paid about a dime for this and got ripped off at that.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Miracle Field is best described as a “walking simulator” that consists of less than 2 minutes of “gameplay”, which is simply a matter of running a dog to the right along a deplorably low poly Unity landscape. There’s one thing you have to jump over, a pond to swim through, and one thing to crawl under. And two chunks of meat to eat. That’s the entirety of this “game”.

It’s been dumped into Early Access, and we might say, “ah, it’s not complete yet!”. But any credit due to the developer is immediately evaporated by the way the game has a ridiculous $43 price tag, and the way the game was sold to DailyIndieGame and put into bundles as a complete game. This is the hallmark move for someone abusing early access rather than someone genuinely trying to make a video game.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Miracle field on Steam

Mr. Prepper

Mr. Prepper

I’ll be honest and say that I wasn’t sure if I liked it the first few hours but boy did I change my mind. I was expecting to actually have to survive in the shelter I created and see the aftermath of the wasteland left after the world goes to hell and I was puzzled as to why this sort of game play wasn’t added in but it’s still a fantastic base building , survival game and I hope they’ll add DLC in the future, where you’ll actually be able to survive in the bunker or even get to experience what happens after landing the rocket .

Real player with 448.5 hrs in game

Mr. Prepper. A survival base building game that’s not about survival and not about base building but purely story-driven.

TL;DR: If you can get it cheap (10 USD/EUR), give it a shot. But if you want a survival challenge or expect another game like This War Of Mine, STAY AWAY. It has SO much unused potential. It could be so much more.


  • Interesting story. Mr. Prepper is not your average guy.

  • The typical “just one more day” game design that sucks you in.

  • 3 (4) NPCs you interact with that are all kinda likable.

Real player with 27.6 hrs in game

Mr. Prepper on Steam

The Rule of Land: Pioneers

The Rule of Land: Pioneers

it’s aight, pretty addictive.

needs a light polish, some spelling checking

on screen text gets a bit annoying after some time

“Press [esc] to cancel this operation”

“No Bullets”

I hate having to press M1 for every action,

Mining 40 rock is tedious.

loses difficulty fast.

I gets very boring after all other survivors are dead.

Getting to 200 days is mostly a chore



I just found the “continues mining” option. the game is much better now.


Real player with 85.7 hrs in game

This ended up being a lot more fun than I figured.

I was worried that having the game play limited to just a few locations would make it repetitive but it actually wasn’t.

The only thing I disliked was that the HUD wasn’t explained very well but it is a brand new game so take it with a grain of salt.

Overall I found it to be a medium paced game that was thoroughly enjoyable. I look forward to watching it develop more over time.

Real player with 48.4 hrs in game

The Rule of Land: Pioneers on Steam

Cave Confectioner

Cave Confectioner

This product was provided for free to review by a friend of a friend.

The game initially reminded me of the classic Kings Quest game on the Apple II. You wander around a bit looking for the next thing to pick up. Kind of just wandering and clicking around with very little direction, but there are some occasional tips by talking to the characters. It was probably inspired at least some by MineCraft, since the player starts with nothing and has to pick up items and then use them with other items in inventory or objects on the ground to try to get make else. It also has similarities to One Hour One Life. There’s a lot of experimentation required to get anything going.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

The game seems really nice, and I like the concept a lot. Thing is, I am having some issues with saving. However, as far as I understand the game is early in development and possibly being made by one person so issues like these are understandable. Can’t wait for future updates!

P.S A little help with saving would be much appreciated! :D

Edit: Save function in now working. Also, the controls are fine, that was a mistake on my part. Big thanks to the developer for the fast fix and the kindness!

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

Cave Confectioner on Steam

In Next Life

In Next Life

In next Life is a crafting, survival, and civilisation building game, where collaboration with other players gives you very real advantages (it is possible to play alone, but it will be harder to survive). Your technology level starts at stone age level, and then it’s up to you and your village members to invent and craft tools and technologies such as fire, baskets, spears, …, in order to survive easier and to advance to new development stages. Time moves quickly and each game played equals one life, including birth, childhood, adulthood and old age.

In Next Life on Steam



The potential of this game is incredibly strong. The art style, world and characters are making me eager to see more from this game. There’s a solid gameplay loop that’ll keep you experimenting with different builds throughout different playthroughs. Very good stuff!

Obviously, there’s a lot to improve and balance. Combat isn’t as in depth as I feel it could be. Ruins, while fun to progress through, are quite basic in level design and detail, and the game can be finished in under an hour if you know what you’re doing and/or lucky enough from the RNG loot.

Real player with 37.3 hrs in game

Bias: I’ve playtested this game.

While my “hrs on record” do not reflect it, I’ve spent hours and hours playtesting this game - breaking it, finding bugs, dying over and over and over… and I love this game. The art, music, atmosphere, and humor all work together in creating this wonderful game world filled with intriguing NPCs and clever enemies. I am not particularly good at this type of game, but I enjoy the hell out of Ruine in spite of that. I highly recommend checking it out.

Edited to Add: The dev continues to update this game with new content - enemies, areas, treasures, equipment… Ruine just gets better and better.

Real player with 14.3 hrs in game

Ruine on Steam