Discover the origins of Dracula in this classics-inspired JRPG.

Everyone is happy and there’s never any trouble in this peaceful little village of Westminster. Everyone loves you and its a golden-era.

Alex was just an average boy until that one fateful night, then his whole life changed forever.

15 years ago a mysterious old man left a strange amulet to protect against great evil, but once Alex finds the amulet he becomes something everyone feared, something that everyone hated, and it wasn’t his fault…

Alex has been transformed into a Vampire by The Dark Gods. They want Alex to fulfill the prophecy and become The Chosen One…

…To become Dracula, the Eater of Souls.


📺 Classic Role-Playing Style

🧱 2.5D graphics

📖 Rich Storyline

🎆 Unique magic, skills, and items only found in the Dracula series

👻 Surprises and treasure hidden in every corner

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**inspired by Chrono Trigger, Earthbound, and Breath of Fire.

Dracula is made for the true fans of classic RPGs! Rediscover all the nostalgic charm today’s RPGs are missing.**

+Linear Storyline

+Explore towns freely to unlock new side quests

+Dialogue can’t be skipped, you can’t read behind signs, and all the typical cliché 90s RPG mechanics

+In classic RPG tradition, the last boss will surprise you, and has multiple forms

*The sequel to this game is Dracula all grown up:


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Dracula on Steam

Red Stone Online

Red Stone Online

first off, I’ve played this off and on since Aug. of 06 when its global open beta first started…and it has changed TONS…that being said…it is an ever evolving game :D

it had tons of issues back in the day with lack of new content, no maintenance, etc etc…but now, that’s entirely different because we finally have weekly maint, regular new content, and while we have a handful of bad eggs in game (if you see the name phhk in game, you will understand) they pretty much add character (you can block em if ya like, up to you)

Real player with 105.2 hrs in game

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This is a really fun game if you just give it a chance past the slow moving introduction and all the information you gotta take in. Plus there is also buffs from NPC’s that will help you get everything done faster as cheap as it can feel (you have a choice though, nothing is just forced on you). But once you do it’s a smooth playing old school MMO experience that feels good enough to play now and will make anyone that played anything similar nostalgic but don’t go in expecting anything more because it doesn’t try to be what it’s not and that’s also what I like so much about it. There is full screen mode but I don’t reccomend it because I think it looks better windowed and everything gets too stretched. There’s plenty of classes to choose from and a lot of room for growth so you’ll always be doing something. I like the more open ended exploration aspect of it since it doesn’t hold your hand much either past some tips so you often find yourself just playing and coming across things or having issues you have no idea what to do with but later after some natural progression or messing around you inevitably find out. If you wanna know something still you just ask someone more experienced. I haven’t gotten into guilds or partying yet but so far it’s a lot of fun and pretty active with players.

Real player with 30.6 hrs in game

Red Stone Online on Steam



This is actually the 2nd time I’ve started this game. I first played this game on mobile when it first launched on mobile. This was during the launch period when Mariel was considered the best 5star and Toova and Mighty were strong offense. Things have changed a lot since then. I lost my mobile account because they did not have a google link at that time. So I’m literally starting from the beginning.

The only reason I’m willing to do this is because of this game’s permanent content system. All events are retained permanently. For every other gatcha game I’ve ever played, I never see myself as a returning player. So this is the best thing I want to praise about Another Eden. I really like the permanent content and in my opinion, this makes it far better than all the other gatcha games. Just this point alone.

Real player with 630.0 hrs in game

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Another Eden is a spiritual successor to Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross with some members of the original team (like Masato Kato and Yasunori Mitsuda) onboard, a love letter to jRPGs of the 90s with a modern feel.

The game itself is massive and is similar in scope to live-service MMOs, except Another Eden is a purely single-player 2.5D jRPG. New story content for it is still being released on a regular basis, expanding it even more with each new update.


The gameplay here is of a classic turn-based jRPG with random encounters and limit breaks (called Another Force here). The biggest difference from the classics is that this game has gacha mechanics for acquiring additional characters, each of which has their own set of story quests. The amount of stones for pulls the game gives its players is pretty generous though, the pulls contain only characters and nothing else, additional styles or class upgrades for owned characters can be unlocked through farming certain in-game resources instead of pulling for them, and the characters that can be unlocked as rewards for story progression can be quite powerful as well, especially the ones from ‘Tales of’ and ‘Persona 5’ collaborations. Unlike character banners, all the story and crossover events don’t expire (except for the most recent Chrono Cross collaboration, which has a 5-year license, but hopefully they’ll be able to extend it).

Real player with 374.9 hrs in game




I would very much recommend this game. It is fun, fast, easy to learn but hard to master. There are lots of fun guns, a GREAT community (very very few trolls), and is growing. The developers are working hard, and only release good stuff. So besides for those reasons above here are the Pros:

Lots of Guns

Lots of replay ability

Cool skins


All grindable

Don’t push microtransactions

Great Reddit and communication between developers and players

The devs actually care about the community (its great!:)

Real player with 443.5 hrs in game

It’s no secret that the standard “free to play” model for online games as a service employs micro-transactions as the primary source of revenue. These can be implemented with varying levels of egregiousness from game to game. It’s practically unheard of for anyone on the consumer side of the gaming industry to praise the use of in-game purchases but when a f2p game can finance itself while also respecting its playerbase the gaming community is vocally reverent. A great example of this is Path of Exile, a game funded through in-game cosmetics that players would buy because they loved the game experience. On the other side you have games like Candy Crush or any number of EA or Ubisoft titles where the game is filled with artificial fun-roadblocks, such as having time limits or restricted progress, which can only be lifted with your wallet.

Real player with 107.4 hrs in game

Armajet on Steam

u evade

u evade

  • Good music

  • Interesting and Innovative gameplay

  • Fantastic Story

10/10 would reccomend

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

there are these toys that are a screen with a revolving picture on it like a racetrack and you move another picture like a racecar and you avoid the other cars coming at you and it’s all kinda on the honor system. yeah theyre pretty rad

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

u evade on Steam

Beat Me! - Puppetonia Tournament

Beat Me! - Puppetonia Tournament

Fantastic game! Grat fun with friends, the best way for house party!

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Good game with a great potential.

The map design is really good.

The combat mechanics are a bit bland for now, but it’s still very fun to play with friends.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Beat Me! - Puppetonia Tournament on Steam



Missed opportunity

I’ve been playing this game since it was called “Project Tilt”. I’m probably one of the very few that played Holodrive for this long…

I still really, really like playing it, but even I must not recommend this game.


No one is playing it these days.

If you play in the afternoon hours you sometimes may find 1 player, but that’s it.

The weapon system is bad. Like very, very bad.

In Holodrive, there are many weapons you can use and most of them are great and let you have different playstyles, but after one update, they made them very unbalanced. Why? Well, before, the weapons were scattered across the map and they worked more like upgrades to the basic plasma gun, giving you a better weapon for a limited time. Now, to get the better weapons, you need to buy them for points (you can buy them for real money or get from the game), but because no one is really playing Holodrive and the prices are very big, you won’t get most of them. They also weren’t downgraded so if you buy Shotgun/Raygun you are practically unstoppable.

Real player with 28.8 hrs in game

Having played this on and off since release, I think the recent overhaul to combat has slotted the gameplay into a good place. I’m going to recommend this game because I want it to grow and improve, but I’m not sure that’s enough to save it from its crappy community.


Players can choose their loadout before matches, which consists of a gun, grenade, and super gun (OHKO gun). Once in-game, players can still modify their loadout before respawning, so you aren’t locked into using one gun. Players can also pick up any guns dropped by defeated opponents.

Real player with 24.4 hrs in game

Holodrive on Steam

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube is a mouse only puzzle game that radiates science fiction retrofuturism with a clear influence of Kubricks 2001: A Space Odyssey. It’s predominantly an artistic game with a handful of well thought out puzzles and a story told in short cutscenes and text.

This game piles up retrofuturistic art design with 3D models reminiscent of early 2000’s adventure games and surreal, alien environments. Aside from this conglomeration of distinguished visuals, the music is as if tailor-made. It’s strikingly well composed and adds in equal measure to the strange and captivating atmosphere.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

I tend to avoid puzzle games like it’s the meaning of my life but I had to stray off that path, simply for the artwork.

It was worth it even though I didn’t manage to solve the final puzzle. The art direction fits in perfectly with the soundtrack and the ideology of the game, creating a fantastic atmosphere.

Tip: The developer has left hints and solutions to the puzzles in the community hub disscusions.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube on Steam

Le Frenchie

Le Frenchie

“Le Frenchie” is an action 2.5D Platformer where the player controls a French bulldog who battles cats in his neighborhood. The focus of the game is to make it through each block of the neighborhood by defeating enemies and a final boss. Some of the key elements of the game include, action-based platform design, unique weapons/abilities, strategic boss fights, and upgrade/customization. The setting of the world takes place is an urban city neighborhood based on the city of El Paso,

Texas. The player is tasked to make it through each block in a neighborhood, while overcoming obstacles and cats.

Le Frenchie on Steam

Blocky Ball

Blocky Ball

Definitely an amazing fun free 2 play game! A bit buggy but the developers work non stop fixing them, and if your looking for a fun competitive game I would highly recommend it. The game isn’t spamming you with popups trying to milk all of your money, and the blocky pass is literally 1$!!! And for a competitive game like this, I’m genuinely suprised at how chill and laid back the community is, and if your looking for a fun game to play with your friends then I would def check it out.

Real player with 27.9 hrs in game

I recommend it to others because it is a great game to play and relax. The community is fun and also there is a few glitches in the game, not very many though but it is also a fairly new game. 10/10 would recommend AND YOU CANT BEAT THE PRICE;)

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

Blocky Ball on Steam