Captain Pegleg

Captain Pegleg

On their journey across the South Pacific, something incredible happens to Captain Pegleg and his crew. They find themselves stranded on an island, where our Captain goes on a treasure hunt and tries to hijack a new ship to escape while his crew is…. doing absolutely nothing!?

Captain Pegleg needs you to join him on this challenging journey. Help him find treasures and escape the island.

*** IGDA Rating 8.2/10 ***


• 2.5D platformer

• 40+ levels - challenging and fun

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Captain Pegleg on Steam



It’s too short but too funny at the same time,

i liked everything in this game and i hope you guys continue updating it.

i know you’d say that you may not updating its contents but i think this kind of games would be so popular in the future :)

btw, the memes you’ve used in dev. diary was so hilarious xD. ESPECIALLY COFFIN DANCE.

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

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Pro tip: don’t be cheeky like me and remap the blue keys to left hand and red keys to right hand, forcing yourself to reset to default and relearn your entire muscle memory the instant linked notes appear.

The default key layout may look weird but it’s designed that way for a reason (that I failed to understand and then paid the price for).

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Moirs on Steam

Bolt Riley, A Reggae Adventure

Bolt Riley, A Reggae Adventure

It would be in my best interest to give a glowing review since I want to see this game completed but I need to be honest about the progress made so far. I do realise this game is considered Early Access and I know the budget for this game is pretty small, and you should keep that in mind too (if you end up reading the in-depth review linked below), but ultimately, is it something I would recommend to my friends or the gaming public in its current state? Considering the artwork still needs some touching up, bugs were encountered way too frequently, the UI needs fixing and the first chapter is way too short, probably not. I’m hoping that Adventure Mob will eventually prove me wrong though, as I really want this game to succeed.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

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Bolt Riley is a well-intentioned but uniformly misguided proof of concept.

Presumably the developers naively underestimated the effort required to achieve the level of quality best suited to their vision. Instead, they opted to release an embarrassingly short and painfully butchered appetizer.

One should be easily inclined to forgive unrefined details in Early Access but no update in over a year severely burdens the game’s credibility.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Bolt Riley, A Reggae Adventure on Steam

Mutated Muter’s Invasion

Mutated Muter’s Invasion

“Mutated Muter’s Invasion” is a fun and humorous 2D platformer/action adventure game about a music note fighting an evil monster from the outer space, the Mutated Muter (pun intended), who “invades” the Solar System to mute all the music on the Earth. The nasty Mutated Muter wants to destroy our Solar System’s cosmic harmony (also often loosely called “the harmony of the spheres”) and mute music in the souls of all humans forever.

Imagine a world without something that is everywhere in our everyday lives… Not only does music sound at concerts, parties, and other events, but it also follows you while you are watching TV or a video on the Internet, driving, or maybe even jogging or on your way somewhere with earbuds on. Although there do exist games that are based on music as a video game genre, there seems to be a lack of (if any at all) games that are NOT music-based genre-wise yet are wholly ABOUT music, especially saving music, as a subject. So, the idea of “Mutated Muter’s Invasion” was born.

This game’s idea is to provide a mostly 2D platforming action experience, often loosely described as “Mario-esque”, while focusing on music as the main subject. A couple side-scrolling shooter levels are also present. Fight the Mutated Muter’s agents at different locations/levels stylized as music scores with some fancy mechanics and collect sharps, flats, naturals, and other power-ups and useful items in the fancy universe of “Mutated Muter’s Invasion”! Shoot “un-muting” sonic bullets and super sonic bullets at the mobs, avoid the muting weapons of the enemies, and more. And, of course, punish the overconfident Muter himself!

WARNING: the game is HARD! Choosing the “expert” mode right away is highly discouraged.

One (but not the only!) challenge is timings, which are as important here as if you actually were a performer learning a musical piece… Bad timings will cause you to fall down into the abyss or take hits. Other dangers await the player too, even where things may look nice and relaxing. It’s not only the mobs who are nasty and sinister… Even some platforms will try to trick you!

Features include:

  • fun gameplay mechanics

  • original (for the most part) fun graphics and audio

  • 4 difficulty modes: easy, medium, hard, and expert

  • tries are unlimited—that’s right, no annoying “lives” and “continues”; what’s more, your game gets saved using Steam Cloud!

  • responsive controls

  • the Xbox 360 controller is supported*

  • on the keyboard, control with both arrows and W-A-S-D is supported

*controller support is conventional, i.e. raw (NOT specifically programmed as Steam Input aware)

Mutated Muter's Invasion on Steam

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2

A charming, hilarious and fun adventure with the perfect balance of puzzle difficulty. This point and click has my favourite puzzle design because they are not too hard to figure out, but also not too easy. The characters are unique, interesting and lively, and the graphics are gorgeous without putting too much strain on a computer (as a laptop gamer, I especially appreciate this as there is nothing sadder to me than a game I really want to play with specs that my computer can just about manage with lags). As in the first game, Wilbur is an absolute treasure, Ivo is as great a female character as ever and Critter is quirky, sweet and loyal. Nate has grown more likable in this game as well as gained a fair amount of depth and development.

Real player with 92.3 hrs in game

If you played ‘The Book of Unwritten Tales (1)" you will probably enjoy this sequel. It brings back all the main characters from the first game and introduces a few new ones.

The textures and rigging are a little better than the first and the mechanics and walk paths are a little smoother but I still found that some of the walk paths (especially when you are switching between characters) are a little weird. You don’t have to do any pixel hunting because you can highlight all items that you can interact with so it’s hard to miss something. Some of the puzzles are not very logical to solve but most of them are reasonable.

Real player with 61.5 hrs in game

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 on Steam



I wonder if this game is allowed to be played in Turkmenistan?

Real player with 46.0 hrs in game


crazy-mania, with resembling our 2020 reality.

multi-player Game with two opposite objectives: – just follow the crowd and make more mess OR run for your life!

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game


The Franz Kafka Videogame

The Franz Kafka Videogame

A point & click which celebrates surrealism more than the novelist himself.

It is an original puzzle/adventure game inspired by the writings of Franz Kafka. But unfortunately, the story has very little to do with Kafka, except that the protagonist of the story, named simply K. is involved in events that are beyond his own control and tries to find the way out of it (kind of, there are no clear motives for what he’s doing), which is somewhat Kafkaesque, I must admit.

The art style is well-done and nice. Although is nothing surprisingly spectacular, is queer enough to allow characters like K. to seamlessly inhabit the same world as the Duck or Insect Detective without being too jarring. I also genuinely enjoy a lot of the music the game has to offer, even if the loops are relatively short. It manages to generate the correct theme and feeling the game clearly want the players to feel.

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

Do I ever try and like this game…

There are a great many issues that are hard to overlook and a great many subtle nuances I keep trying to convince myself are worthwhile canceling out the problems, but ultimately I can’t…I just can’t.

On first playthrough I was excited about the artstyle and potential subject matter… and upon delving in I was even more pleased with the small pieces of detail and pastice that are probably lost to most; be that the Scheele green walls, the SS Blumfeld (the elderly bachelor), and I did get so many giggles from the vulture wine advert; but so much of it was just so shallow and of no substance and concequence. The more I tried to prove that was not the case to myself the more I found quotes and disclamers from the sources proving my wimsy wrong.

Real player with 7.4 hrs in game

The Franz Kafka Videogame on Steam

Kazakh Drive

Kazakh Drive

This is an endurance racer: You have to drive for an hour or so without crashing to pass the first task. The apparent best strategy is pretty mindless: drive on the shoulder, keep your wipers on all the time, and spray fluid when the windshield gets dusty. The oncoming traffic lane is way too risky to use because you can’t usually see if it’s clear.

I do want to like this game, and certain improvements could make me recommend it:

1. controller support

2. some kind of meaningful decision to make while driving. There needs to be some reason I shouldn’t just drive on the shoulder to pass.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

This is one of the best games here on Steam. Scenario, game play - everything is just great. A lot of possibilities to discover, I’ve just started the game, but I already decided to spend the entire weekend playing Kazakh Drive for the sake of Uncle Eldos. You know, boards can’t bring themselves on their own.

Best regards and ALGA

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

Kazakh Drive on Steam



well… its not bad as an early concept,

definitely needs some polish and a clear objective story.

also more than blue shirt guy and stick ninja man as enemies.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Almost better than brutal doom.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Retroninjacyberassassin on Steam



Romancelvania is a both a loving parody of Metroidvanias and fresh take on dating in games. It’s an RPG that features in-depth weapon and magic based combat, exploration based platforming, and a cast of gorgeous monsters that you won’t be able to resist.

You play as the legendary playboy vampire himself, Drac, as he battles and romances his way across Transylvania. After being reluctantly recruited by the Grim Reaper to star in a “reality dating show,” he’s on a mission to find the world’s most eligible monsters, get them to move into his party mansion, and restore his former glory by killing everything in his path along the way.

Introducing the Thirsty Metroidvania - Romance your way across Transylvania, encounter absurd monsters, craft weapons, learn magic, and more.

Build your castle - Grow the party mansion as you convince more cast members to move in, and decide where monsters live to get stat and skill bonuses.

Enjoy the Showmance - Take the cast members on outlandish dates, massage your sweetheart to unlock more conversation options, and spend time getting to know these supernatural hotties.

Romancelvania on Steam