Watch Your Helmet

Watch Your Helmet

You still could not even imagine how difficult it is to control a spacesuit with a jet engine in space. Thanks to this game, you will realize how interesting and exciting it is, especially if you need to escape from moving asteroids, dodge moving planets, collect fuel and minerals, and complete a rescue mission.

Test and then improve your spatial awareness and rocket management skills in zero gravity at 45 levels full of minerals, dangerous asteroids, planets and abandoned cats in space that need rescue.

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Watch Your Helmet on Steam



EBE is an action-adventure game set on a planet in the Lyra constellation. The player takes the role of a small extraterrestrial biological entity (EBE), who recovers a strange micro-device from a humanoid alien lying dead in his crashed flying saucer. Using this device, the player will be able to connect to an alien network, solve puzzles, see distant locations (some of them on Earth), and bring back to life alien entities to contact the player himself.

EBE takes you on a visit to another planet teeming with life, from strange PSI energy-producing plants to small insect-like creatures. Everywhere you can find remnants of alien civilization: old buildings, antennae, and communication devices.

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EBE on Steam

A Forgetful Loop

A Forgetful Loop


  • Simple mechanics that form some surprisingly complex levels

  • Writing is better than it has any right to be for a puzzle game

  • Music is top notch and rather catchy

  • Honestly peak gameflow


  • Lost track of time during play, which is ironic really

  • Existential dread about the nature of quantum mechanics

Disclosure: Was a beta tester for this, but purchased my own copy on release

Real player with 14.5 hrs in game

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This is a great, fast-paced worker assignment puzzle. it’s a lot of fun! As someone who likes time management/cooking games where you have to frantically cook multiple meals at once, I took to A Forgetful Loop immediately. It has a few bugs, which can generally be solved by closing and reopening. The story sections (which are text only) are sad and stressful and sometimes kind of horrifying, but you can skip them if you want to. I reported a bug and the developers were very responsive and nice. I would definitely recommend this game if you like fast paced time-management worker assignment games.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

A Forgetful Loop on Steam

This Game is Trash

This Game is Trash

Great gift for the holidays! Amazing graphics and sound!

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Absolute garbage.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

This Game is Trash on Steam

Acolyte: Prologue

Acolyte: Prologue

My play through of the prologue here (once it uploads) if you get stuck and need help:

I had so much fun with the prologue I’m super stoked to see what comes next also the link for the transcendent edition brought up a 404 error on Check this game out for sure also it’s very easy to get stuck on a tangent if you make a mistake figuring out part of the puzzle. I had to close and reopen the game to get back to what I needed, luckily it saves your progress. I love games that make you think outside the box and use outside resources. I had two things that might have been glitches? I rated a haiku and the task didn’t complete I got information for a evidence database but I couldn’t find the evidence database I had two messages I couldn’t find in my message log and all messages were shown as read but regardless I still made it to the end of the prologue so nbd

Real player with 8.7 hrs in game

so.. this sucks. don’t get me wrong, i LOVE this game, i just found it yesterday and I loved it. I beat the prologue, then went and bought the transcendent version to continue the story. (weirdly enough the transcendent edition has more actual bugs and not fictional bugs than the steam version, including spelling errors, but c’est la vie)

i’ve reached the part now where i had to fill my contacts list, and figure out the passwords to unlock the cosmetics. there are 0 hints for either. for the latter, the hints that ARE given, are extremely vague and i am unable to find any references for them that correlate to the actual game, and it’s extremely frustrating. what does “dog” mean in this context? the cosmetic was related to hair so i put poodle, nope. i also put cat, thinking back to the personality test, also nope. what does QR @ 0:40s mean? and the postal code? where would i even begin to find that? i understand this game is new, so there’s not a lot of info out there, but i’m stuck. (yes, i’ve looked through the discussions and reviews here for any hints, i’ve looked at the forums for this game, i’ve looked at twitter, ive looked at youtube, i’ve looked at reddit. i’ve even looked at your patreon to see if there was anything there.) i’m unable to progress because i have no idea what to ask, what the passwords might be for the cosmetics, or how to progress the storyline.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Acolyte: Prologue on Steam

Vocal Space Shooter

Vocal Space Shooter

A game to feel and interact

A game where the player uses the musical notes and decibels of his voice to play

Vocal Space Shooter brings a deep feeling with the piano sound

An experimental way of using musical interact in games

We hope you enjoy


*Vocal Inputs

*Musical Interaction

*Piano Sounds

*Physics-based game

*Amazing effects and Colors

*Deep Space

Vocal Space Shooter on Steam

Chasing Light

Chasing Light


Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

The game’s english translation is poor, which is an issue for a narrative experience.

However, i thought the story was interesting and not as cliché as i could have been.

I can definitely see this game being called pretentious, so if you’re allergic to that kind of stuff stay away.

The credits especially were unique and very touching.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

Chasing Light on Steam



Made by an indie developer who wanted to create a commercial game in a week (or take a game jam game and refine it into a commercial game in a week). Starprey does not disappoint if your looking for a fast paced space dogfighting game. The game has been updated with better controls and extra health since launch which really help with the playability of the game. The controls are unique and the physics based walls make the game a lot different then just a normal space chase kind of game. For the price it is pretty fun game, however it can be difficult and those dang turrets are wayyy to accurate sometimes! 😊

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

I really enjoyed this game it may be short but it is really challenging. There are some minor things which could be improved like adding the setting to change the resolution. But for the price it is a really great game.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

StarPrey on Steam

星尘战区 Stardust Theater

星尘战区 Stardust Theater

Very Good Shoot em up, A shop to power up your weapons, good controls.

quite a variety of Enemy ships to destroy, end of stage cool Bosses, nice music.

5/6 Stages with quality colourful graphics and effects.

Their is a great story to go with the game!!

I will happily pay more than the asking price which is small and so pleased i found this game.

Superb work guys…Both Thumbs UP!!!


Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

星尘战区 Stardust Theater on Steam

Fuzz Dungeon

Fuzz Dungeon

A Bird’s Eye View Curator 🦜

Trippy Games Curator 🌀


Fair warning before reading the review, the developer has been very kind to reach out and ask for beta testing so this game has been gifted to me to supply feedback, however this review is and will stay my honest and unbiased opinion of the game! Also to be extra clear, this is a review based on playing it during an early access

Real player with 8.6 hrs in game

well….. that happened. took just shy of 5 hours, was neat and creative and I managed to get all the achievements. If you want something silly and weird it’s a good option. The controls are a little wonky, but my only major complaint is that there’s no internal volume setting so I had to alt tab out and turn it down through windows. Oh and the text gets hard to read sometimes as it’s on a similar color background.

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

Fuzz Dungeon on Steam