The Last Archwing

The Last Archwing

The last Archwing reminded me of the traditional plane/helicopter shooting games I used to play in the pizza parlor as a kid. The more up to date graphics and controls were nice and enjoyed the variety of funny characters. My 5 year old son was able to beat the game on casual and enjoyed the humor as well.

Real player with 37.0 hrs in game

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The Last Archwing nails game balance. It’s frustrating enough to keep you interested, but not in a way that’s discouraging. The variety of enemies is just right. The pacing is on par with the best of 2D side scrolling and vertical scrolling games. It’s nostalgic in a way that brings back the classic game feel, but because of the story, music, graphics (specifically lighting) and voice acting, the game is firmly placed into the modern era of games. A shout out to the barrel roll game mechanic for being easy to use but hard to master. Smashing multiple enemies with one roll is immensely satisfying. Deciding between using barrel roll and Death Wave adds a layer of depth that is compelling. The music choice for the different levels and opening sequence is superb. I’m pleasantly surprised by how much I am enjoying this game.

Real player with 29.5 hrs in game

The Last Archwing on Steam

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince

Playing Trine 4 right after Finishing T1,2 and 3.. The revert and a step back to Trine 2 design rejuvenate my faith for the game.

First of all, the concerning about Trine 4 continuing what they did in Trine 3 is gone. Trine 3 never existed in Trine 4 universe other than the inherrited assets and ideas (which also ruined Trine 4 in a way).

The Devs start a new story in Trine 4 with nothing related to Trine 3. Trine 3 never existed. You don’t get to see the ending of Trine 3, but you also don’t have to worry about getting half a game continued from a previous badly made one. This here is a full game of its own.

Real player with 62.8 hrs in game

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easy 100% - achievements order you to either finish a level or collect all obtainables. plenty of guides, plus it isn’t hard to find them on your own. DLC doesn’t contain any achievements, so you may skip it and still get 100% (unlike in Trine 2)

Trine 2 or Trine 4?

any of them will be good. Trine 4 has better graphics, polished HUD and better UX; Trine 2 has a better puzzle-combat flow. in other words one game nailed the presentation, another got gameplay right - but either of them will be a nice choice. I prefer Trine 2, tho

Real player with 42.8 hrs in game

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince on Steam

Mythic Dungeons

Mythic Dungeons

Mythic Dungeons is a stage clear type 2.5D side-scrolling action game.

Online & local multiplay are available in PvE format.

  • Players will capture one huge stage with no partition between scenes.

  • The character has a nurturing element in which you can enhance with the equipment and items available within the stage.

  • Playing one stage may take about 20 to 30 minutes.

    So, you can play in a little free time and achieve a feeling of accomplishment

  • Multiplay can be available locally up to 4 people and online with up to 10 people. Then, with 4 locals, you can play online together.

  • There are two matching systems, quick match and custom match.

    Both matches use the so-called drop-in-dropout format.

    Players can always get in and out, and things that affect playing game such as remaining HP of monsters are automatically adjusted at the timing when the players get in and out.

    Since the transfer of the host is done automatically, there is no penalty for disconnection.

  • The content emphasizes replay-ability such as hack and slash rather than story and world view.

Mythic Dungeons 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

Thief Girls Quartet

Thief Girls Quartet

yes game

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Thief Girls Quartet on Steam



Gladiators, Grenades and Gravity Boots! Players battle in arenas filled with monsters, opponents, and friends.

Be a flippin' space ninja! Control gravity to fight on any surface while mastering a variety of traversal mechanics, weapon types and devastating special abilities to dominate in the arena.

Single-player or Co-op story mode. Play with and against friends in online or local multiplayer party-mode mayhem.

Orbitals on Steam

Oh No! Bugs!

Oh No! Bugs!

This game looks pretty, but it’s not always what it seems. It’s fun for the first few minutes but then that’s it, you’re doing the same thing over and over again with no difference but a few characters here and there. It has potential but it also needs much more content to feel fulfilling, anyways, in it’s current state, I do not recomment.


Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

A Co-Op Arcade Game

  • The gameplay is enjoyable. You mainly go around pushing blocks at bugs trying to squash them. You have to be careful though because blocks will bounce back at you if you miss, and you must avoid getting hit by the bugs.

  • Relaxing background music

  • Local and Online co-op

  • I felt the game as a whole was a bit too basic / lacking in content. After about 10minutes the game started to feel repetitive.

  • After you complete each level you get some coins and experience, which you can use to purchase cosmetic items for your character. Unfortunetely, I just didn’t feel like these were rewarding or worth while to work up to.

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

Oh No! Bugs! on Steam

Shift Happens

Shift Happens

People will inevitably compare this game to Shiftlings - maybe even call one of them a knockoff. Despite both games having some identical game mechanics, they are very different games. It’s similar to Halo versus Doom. Both are FPS games where a green marine blasts through unnatural creatures, but the gameplay is not the same. Having played around 5 hours both shifty games, I’m making a short comparison.


  • Shiftlings singleplayer/co-op is both the same game, in singleplayer you just switch between characters

Real player with 12.3 hrs in game

| Factor | Rating | Description |

| Gameplay Loop | 7 | This game is basically no-nonesense fun platforming. It knows what it wants to be and sticks to that. Getting past levels is pretty easy, but every level has these orbs, a secret area, and one bonus thingy to collect - which makes for a fun enough experience. There’s 4 worlds, and we found the 2nd one to be the most fun in terms of the quality of each and every level. Some of the later levels can start repeating the same ideas every now and then, but the game easily managed to stay fun for us through the 10h runtime. I do think I’d have rated it even higher with an even more crisp runtime. Just remember one thing, do not skip on the bonus levels. They’re the best content and the most memorable bits of the game for us. |

Real player with 11.5 hrs in game

Shift Happens on Steam

Trash Sailors

Trash Sailors

Trash Sailors is a hand-drawn sailing simulator with co-op up to 4 players. Create the trashiest sailing team in history, fight with monsters and trash your friendship!

The world was flooded by a giant Trash Tsunami! Luckily for you, a lot of trash is floating around. Trash is your main resource and the most valuable thing in this world. You can recycle it into fuel, raft spare parts, and even weapons. Brace yourself for swamp crocodiles, toxic sharks, arctic pirates, and much, much more!


  • Online and local 4-player coop.

  • Hand-drawn Trash Piracy.

  • Dozens of seas for treasure hunting and monster feeding!

  • Uncivilized battles for the last piece of trash.

  • Literally an ocean of trash to sail with your friends!

Trash Sailors on Steam

BlastZone 2

BlastZone 2

My Grandfather smoked his whole life. I was about 10 years old when my mother said to him, ‘If you ever want to see your grandchildren graduate, you have to stop immediately.’. Tears welled up in his eyes when he realized what exactly was at stake. He gave it up immediately. Three years later he died of lung cancer. It was really sad and destroyed me. My mother said to me- ‘Don’t ever smoke. Please don’t put your family through what your Grandfather put us through." I agreed. At 28, I have never touched a cigarette. I must say, I feel a very slight sense of regret for never having done it, because this game gave me cancer anyway.

Real player with 208.4 hrs in game

Apparently the blast zone is actually quite large. BlastZone 2 is a short indie side scrolling shooter (ala R-type but I wouldn’t say this game is that similar to R-type) made by solo developer Mat Edzenga. It features a number of different ships with different load outs, 8 stages filled with enemy ships, interesting 3D graphics and a few extra modes to try your hand at once you have beaten the main game. It also has local 2 players, controller support and costs only a few bucks.


Real player with 9.6 hrs in game

BlastZone 2 on Steam