AR-K: The Great Escape

AR-K: The Great Escape

After playing the first 2 episodes I can safely say that this is the best episode so far!!! The developers certainly improved the game quality in both ways: technically and direction-wise. The following points sums up the following:


  • Gameplay quality much improved from first 2 episodes

  • Puzzles more interesting

  • Protagonist given more depth in character

  • Story development much more natural

  • Render quality improved

  • This episode is much more bug free than previous 2 episodes

Real player with 27.8 hrs in game

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It’s great when you come to a game and it’s a lot better than you thought it would be. While I enjoyed ar-k 1 and 2 and I do recommend those games to play first, this for me is a lot better - story, graphics, setting. The writing was very good and if you didn’t want to read everything, you didn’t need to click on that character’s bit of conversation but could come back to it if you wanted. I liked the humour, and it was witty in parts. It is the perfect balance of not just a good story which is vital in an adventure game but also good interactive gameplay.

Real player with 18.4 hrs in game

AR-K: The Great Escape on Steam

The Struggles Of Stefan

The Struggles Of Stefan

An adventure that takes persistence and passion from not just Stefan (the protagonist), but also the player. Brace yourself as you are guided by Stefan’s conscience to confront enemies, take countless leaps, and engage in progression of a storyline regarding the acceptance of oneself.

  • A 2.5-dimensional platformer with a plot of accepting life choices, and their potential ramifications.

  • Acquire particular items to accomplish each level quicker & easier.

  • Basic controller mechanics.

  • Multiple chapters consisting of numerous themes.

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The Struggles Of Stefan on Steam

The Judgement of Q

The Judgement of Q

After i tried it, i’m not considering it as a puzzle game only, but also a brainstorming game, where you think through this short trip about the meaning of life and about the truth of it (that’s how i would describe it). Great game from an ambitious developer and i hope there will be more games like this.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

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The judgement of Q is one of those simple games to play when you want to chill, the puzzles are thought provoking, but not frustrating. The soundtrack is soothing and harmonic with the progression of the game. The environment design is the most beautiful aspect of the game, giving the player a sense of discovery and curiosity, that goes along with the narration, which can get somewhat confusing at times, but the game is mostly visual anyway.

There are occasional FPS drops between loading screens, but nothing that will completely upset your experience. It’s an overall calm and relaxing experience with meaningful implications.

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

The Judgement of Q on Steam

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

Pedro's Adventures in Spanish [Learn Spanish] on Steam



Sanya — is a 2D adventure game about a little boy named Sanya, his dog, friends and many exciting adventures that await them in a Russian town of the 90s.

It’s a game about everyone who once was a kid. Here you’re going to find friendship that last for life; enjoy a carefree summer until mom will call you home for dinner; remember how it is to have knee bruises and pine needles on your palms.

Main features:

  • Fresh take on point-and-click adventure: non-linear world exploration; relationship development with various characters; a little puppy who will help you in all your adventures;

  • Communicate with the world through a child’s perspective. Various mini-games convey the feeling and lived experience of being a kid;

  • Non-linear plot with branching and various endings, which evolves depending on where you’ve been, what you’ve done and who you’ve met;

  • Underrepresented unique setting of post-soviet 90s Russia that evokes strong feelings of nostalgia for a place stuck in time;

  • Stunning combination of 2D sprites with 3D environment and effects like dynamic lighting and volumetric fog;

  • You can pet the dog. Need we say more?

SANYA on Steam

Angelo and Deemon: One Hell of a Quest

Angelo and Deemon: One Hell of a Quest

This game had been on my radar for a long time but bad reviews always put me off. I finally saw it on sale for just over €2 and bought it.

The dialogues are a bit simplistic but there are a couple of funny moments. The game flows well, the in-game help is good (no need to look for walkthroughs) and, thanks to the nice voice acting, the two and a half hours or so are worth the full price of the game.

Although the game is short, there is never the impression of seeing something cut or rushed. Everything is very clean, without bugs. Most of the game follows a sharable logic, except for a couple of points where you have to read the mind of the developers. Points that we can solve thanks to the (aforementioned) in-game help.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

Very nice, but somewhat flawed game.


  • Artwork. It’s top-notch. Splendid characters on splendid backgrounds. Animation is somewhat simplistic, but nice nonetheless.

  • Voice acting. Very good for an indie game. Even the Ben’s voice matches the original perfectly.

  • Puzzles. Very good. Challenging enough to please a seasoned adventure gamer. Rare find nowadays.

  • Plot. It’s OK. Good pace, nice ideas.


  • Writing. Some characters and their stories aren’t consistent enough. Some are plain silly.

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Angelo and Deemon: One Hell of a Quest on Steam

Stupid Stories

Stupid Stories

Blockbuster Story :)

Real player with 3.3 hrs in game

Nostalgia kicks in hard on this one.

Great, little adventure game with love fore the details. Riddles are challenging but fair with a well thought trough in-game help system. Get it on sale.

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

Stupid Stories on Steam

Crappy Climber

Crappy Climber

The map can be punishing at times, but you usually have a safety net before falling, control might be hard to get but it become really easy once you get it. I love/hate the new mode after finishing the game since it make the game way harder, but its good practice for the achievement

Theres a big con to this game though, on some platform, your poo animation will play but your character will stay at the same place, its still rare, mostly happen on some cloud platform, but still really annoying when it does happen.

Real player with 20.7 hrs in game

My first 2,5 hours of this game were hell. I didn’t know how to do angle jumps and basically got stuck around 20-30%. I kept on trying and trying and finally figured out the technics and got better at it by playing. At the end I finished the game in 6:41:23 with a lot of faceplants (500-1000, didnt check in time and already pressed NG+)

Real player with 10.1 hrs in game

Crappy Climber 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

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