Not a game I play a lot of by any means, but it’s a nice game to play every once in a while to relax when I need a break from playing other games.

Lately I’ve found myself enjoying a lot of rhythm games like Muse Dash, Osu and a few others. I’ve found myself enjoying this game the most though, as I’ve been opening it up almost every day and playing a little bit here and there. I’m not good at rhythm games by any means but I still enjoy them.

Lynium has a Learning curve, and compared to other rhythm games, it’s a bit different considering it’s still new and in early access but very enjoyable. The initial controls for the game are a bit awkward at first but I was able to change them to be more comfortable for myself. I haven’t tried the multiplayer or making a beatmap yet but the game feels nice. Like a fully finished game!

Real player with 21.9 hrs in game

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I stumbled across lynium when i was looking for a new rhythm game to play. I was definitely sceptical at first, however i’m really glad i got it.

I find the game really throws you in at the deep end, it gives you a quick tutorial saying to just press buttons and then you start. The controls are quite challenging to get used to, however easy to pick up with practise. I’ve really enjoyed progressing from not being able to hit a double note to getting pretty good scores in the matter of hours and i’ve been hooked on it since download.

Real player with 9.2 hrs in game

Lynium 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



This is a great language learning game for all ages. The music and graphics are very upbeat and motivating. I would definitely recommend RoboLingo to anyone looking to learn a new language. There’s a good selection of languages to choose from so you will have plenty of vocabulary to work through.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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RoboLingo on Steam

Fall For You

Fall For You

If you’re reading this, then you probably just died and got thrown out of Heaven. Sorry about that. Good news, though; you get to be on a gameshow!

Conquer Hell With Love and Snuggles!

Fall For You is a rhythm-based roguelike. Move and attack with the beat to power up, win the hearts of every damned soul you meet, traverse perilous obstacle courses, win fabulous prizes that change the way you play, and cuddle with a scary demon mom to keep yourself going!

Dance Party!

Move it when the kick drum kicks, and attack when the snare drum snares to become faster and more powerful!

Friends in Unexpected Places!

Shoot fellow damned souls with Cuddle Bullets to earn their admiration! Earn Khaos Roses from your adoring fans that cheer you on below.

The World Changes Around You!

Stay above the UnderFog, as the world’s grid rises and falls around you! Take on procedurally generated platforming challenges to stay in the game and win prizes!

Fabulous Prizes!

Save up your Khaos Rozes, and win prizes that change the way you play!

A Place to Rest Your Head

Cuddle with a scary demon mom to keep your health bar up! Survive the crazed whims of a self-proclaimed Goddesz of Chaos! Be nice to the twins!

Fall For You on Steam

Musical Aim Trainer

Musical Aim Trainer

I definitely recommend this.

The music makes you focus and try hard to hit the targets.

The sensitivity-convertor is really useful and it works very well.

There are a lot of possibilities in target options: for instance, you can train against snipers by making targets spawn in a big distance.

I think it’s a good price-quality product.

My aim got much better after a few hours of training.

The only thing that I don’t like is that you can’t change the look of the background.

Otherwise, the design looks great.

Real player with 9.8 hrs in game

Good game for aim training and listening to music. You can import your sensitivity from other games and change a lot of other settings. Because it only costs 3$, I think it’s a good buy.

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

Musical Aim Trainer 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

Open Hexagon

Open Hexagon

this game SUCKSin fact its so bad, i ended up playing it for hours0/69 bad game, too addicting :c edit: actual review though, this game is great, the simple fact vee decided to pick himself/herself/themselves back up is kinda motivating in a way, not so much for me, but it really does show that death iisnt always perm!chapter 1: gameplayfeels good! certainly plays well, however the gameplay on this game in terms of levels is… impossible, because levels are user created and more are always coming, but in terms of vee’s own creations, they are pretty bad… in terms of showing complex ideas, HOWEVER vee’s level’s are amazing in another way, showing… how the game works no shit, its great though, the first 5 levels are simply just getting harder, more patterns more rotation speed, all that, but then the game’s first pack will start showing what the fuck is possible, from octagons.. TO CIRCLES, to spirals! the second pack is a little rough, lucky thanks to the discord im aware its getting balance changes, but for now its kinda rough, its mostly just going through differgent ideas, nothing muchchapter 2: stylei love the style of this game, im always a huge fan of ridiculously simple styles, and this pretty much hits that exactly, the hexagon in the centre, the arrow, the walls, and the background, thats all you need for the open hexagon style, not to mention the ability to spawn custom walls or use accel walls to create covers that further enhance the already exist style of the game, of course thats not for everyone, its a preference for me to love simple shapes on the screen, its fun either way, not to mention the 3D layers in each style, and the ability to pretty much use those 3d layers to their LIMITS, like making the 3d effect visible, but the actual layer invisible, and making that layer move up and down, the posibilities are ENDLESSchapter 3: user created levelsoh did i mention that this game allows you to make YOUR OWN LEVLE? yeah i kinda do that, at the time of writing this my next pack is pretty big, all by myself, it takes a bit of coding knowledge though, but once you have the basics its super fun to just change shit, and replay your own level, however this isnt about my levels, the community of this game has made plenty of packs, back in version 2.0… no one used 2.0 and stuck with 1.92, and there were.. well a lot of packs by people, so many amazing ideas by such amazing people, most of the really well known ideas originated from the packs of exschwasion, who created levels like distraction, the fisrt level- or atleast first really well known level to contain walls covering your view, the existence of FRACTALS was made in 1.92, and brought to 2.0 thanks to.. well my own garbage can coming soon, sadly this was also the time vee dropped the game, but they came back, and glad they did!chapter 4: problemsthis game may be good, but it aint without its flaws, the obvious lack of a menu is one of those, but thats bound to be fixed later on, theres also the whole problem of having lost 1.92, which as i said was used most often for a while, and thus we lost so many good packs, like somename by alpha, or sensationality by metrono ivernan, and 2.0 packs from the non steam version also have some problems, tho are easier to port, the big problem here is that we had like 200 packs… and now we have 20, quite a difference, at a sudden point in time, however packs are still being made, who knows what the fuck could happen! the fact that custom walls are so changable can give way too… honestly too many ideas! chapter 5: welcome back vee!no seriously, welcome back! how’s it been? hope ya’v been doin well :DDDthanks if you read this, i doubt you will, just wanted to give a more realistic take o n the game, hope yall have a great day

Real player with 549.0 hrs in game

A deceptively small price for a game so great.

There are only but a few games that I wish I knew how many hours I actually spent playing them.

This is one of those games XD

A gem that has been just out of the public’s eye has miraculously found it’s way to steam!

And this is no mere port mind you.

Vittorio Romeo has pleasantly surprised fans of the game like myself with not just the inclusion of long-been Beta content to the base game but optimized it beyond even the original’s performance.

Real player with 35.5 hrs in game

Open Hexagon on Steam

30 Birds

30 Birds

Help our girl Zig to find the thirty birds. Explore the Lanterns, a gorgeous flying city built by the goddess Simurgh, and meet all kinds of bizarre characters : from djinns to magic animals, from regular weirdos to mafia rude boys… Zig will have to make them talk, to use her wits and play good dub music to collect all the birds' contacts. Only then may she be able to wake up Simurgh, the giant bird Queen, from her decade long sleep.

Features :

  • Beautiful hand-drawn environment inspired by Persian art, bursting with colors, patterns and strange perspective

  • Rich dialogues and lore mixing old tales, mythology and modern everyday life with a very contemporary humour

  • Unexpected DUB / SKA soundtrack with Middle-Eastern quirks makes the world feel alive

  • Play music with Lanterners and they will help you in your quests - find new sounds and use them on their instruments

  • Add birds on your last generation Gem-Phone™ chat app - the phone also includes an inventory, a gallery and other secret apps

30 Birds on Steam



Neo-Zero is a role-playing game which takes place in a hi-tech, dystopian, computer-simulated world. Neo-Zero features highly unsafe lab tests (puzzles) and rhythmic battles against husky military recruits.

In the 1990s, a scientist created the Neo-Zero™ Simulation Software to simulate a real world with real people. Their intent was to perform experiments on these virtual people. Shockingly, the simulated world devolved into a dystopia controlled by a single, abusive government. The world had started to build an artificial intelligence that could break itself out of Neo-Zero, so the scientist shut the Neo-Zero project down.

… two decades later, the (now broke) scientist decided to sell Neo-Zero as a video game.

As you boot up your copy of Neo-Zero for the first time, you will be entered into the world that the scientist had shut down.

You play as Apollo, an aspiring junior scientist at Oxylabs who is forced to perform tests using Oxylabs’ Propulsion Gun Prototype. During a morning of testing, Apollo finds himself stuck in the middle of a sticky situation: a military-enforced shutdown of the unethical Oxylabs.

Aela serves as the overseer to your tests on the day of the Oxylabs shutdown. She assists you on the journey to escape the facilities and prevent the government from laying their hands on Oxylabs’ most powerful device: Project Foxtrot.

After Oxylabs researchers determined that their world had a 99% chance of being a computer simulation, they developed Project Foxtrot, an artificial intelligence designed to exploit a glitch in the simulation. However, leaving Foxtrot powered on for more than 5 minutes has resulted in the simulated world falling apart…

Ferdinand is a coworker who led Oxylabs' Project Foxtrot. He may have the solution to stopping Project Foxtrot from destroying the world.

Perhaps Bonnie can help you find Ferdinand. Bonnie is a young entrepreneur who runs a chemical factory and is ready to make the deal of a lifetime. Bonnie may not realize it, but she has a stronger connection to Ferdinand than she is aware of.

You meet many other scientists throughout the game. Some of them do not take their careers as seriously as you do.

Soldiers are trained to capture any scientists they come across. Like typical video-game grunts, these soldiers have disgusting personalities and a terrible sense of humour!

Brobots are friendly devices which can feed you with corny jokes in times of despair. However, their software is pretty fragile, so handle them with care!

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Battles: battles against enemies require you to press the WASD keys to deflect projectiles to the rhythm of the music.

Puzzles: you will encounter several puzzles that you must complete during your testing as an Oxylabs researcher. These puzzles feature bridges, locked doors, teleporters and the occasional riddle!

Money: you can spend the world currency, Jimmies, on snacks, lavish dining, as well as phone calls with your little brother Vlad.

As you struggle to escape Oxylabs and fight against the government, several characters develop along the way – including those that desire control over the artificial intelligence. Do you align yourself with or against the government? Can you save your family from impoverishment? Will you be able to stop the rogue intelligence from destroying the Neo-Zero simulation? That’s up to you to decide.

Neo-Zero on Steam

Soundodger 2

Soundodger 2

Already I can see how much work has been put into this game- and it is a major step up from the flash version. It works amazingly, plays good, and most importantly: shows some very promising music. I recommend you check this out, and play through it.

I’m so excited to see the future of this game.

Real player with 153.4 hrs in game

basically Soundodger+ but with a few very good changes:

  • it’s way smoother

  • additional tiny animations

  • 3 new cool bullets

  • more cool options for the bullet object

  • 10 different layers instead of one

  • prefabs

  • bpm snap

  • literally seven new effects

  • cool backgrounds and large theme creativity

  • player settings (which is cool for challenges)

  • overall less limits

and I like all of these additions!

Real player with 99.3 hrs in game

Soundodger 2 on Steam