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



Brawl your way across the solar system as nine distinct characters ranging from a sword wielding space acrobat to a fifteen foot tall monstrosity from the ocean depths of Neptune as you explore the intricacies of the unique left/right combat system and witness the achievements of mankind after 200 years in space.

The left/right combat adds in new ways to attack and lets players choose between avoiding attacks through movement or standing their ground and retaliating, choosing correctly is often the difference between victory and defeat.

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NeverDeath on Steam

Watch Your Helmet

Watch Your Helmet

You still could not even imagine how difficult it is to control a spacesuit with a jet engine in space. Thanks to this game, you will realize how interesting and exciting it is, especially if you need to escape from moving asteroids, dodge moving planets, collect fuel and minerals, and complete a rescue mission.

Test and then improve your spatial awareness and rocket management skills in zero gravity at 45 levels full of minerals, dangerous asteroids, planets and abandoned cats in space that need rescue.

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Watch Your Helmet on Steam



Sputnik is an indie arcade space game where player needs to repair old Soviet Union space settlements. It’s a single player game with cyberpunk style graphics and real retro feel. Gameplay is based on old school games from 1980’s and 1990’s with lives and permadeath.

Player needs to explore abandon settlement in space and fix electricity, oxygen and water generators and make the settlement inhabitable. Explore the settlement and find materials to fix generators and upgrade your space ship to face the challenge!

  • Explore and survive: Explore the settlements and find pickups, repair the generators and try to survive.

  • Upgrade your ship: Player can upgrade his ship on the start of each level. Ship is being upgraded with scraps left from previous level.

  • Upgrade your weapon: Weapon can be upgraded as well. Increase fire rate and ammo capacity with scraps.

  • Use mods for better gaming experience: Game supports mods. Player can set default values from simple text file.

  • Exceptional Soundtrack: Music and sounds are influenced by classic 8-bit, synth wave and ambience music.

There are multiple levels and each level is generated semi-procedurally to give a bit different experience on each gameplay. It is also possible to mod different properties of player and game.

Sputnik on Steam



While not perfect, the game is very well done from a mechanics standpoint. The story lines can be a bit janky at times and in its current state there are quite a few issues in the second half of the game where apostrophes and extra line breaks make the text less than ideal. At its core, this is a shoot-em-up space combat game on a two dimensional plane so more like driving than flying, but the visuals are interesting and the gameplay solid. Interested to see more development on this one.

Real player with 20.0 hrs in game

Multiple Gun Setups

Multiple Ships and Secret Unlockables

Multiple Upgrades

Great galaxy mapping system

Star systems really submerge the player; all of them have multiple points of interest, ways to make credits, quest lines and possible enemies or places to upgrade your ship.

Mission progression setup well; by following the progression of mission the player gets deeper into the game.

Battles seem fast and fun

Multiple enemy types to deal with; some fast and less accurate, others slower but more powerful

Real player with 15.8 hrs in game

BlazeSky on Steam

Mecha Tactics

Mecha Tactics

a complex mechanics driven hidden gem 3

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Only played a few minutes

I like the 4x game with Mecha idea,

but it needs a Tutorial of some sort

I have know clue whats going on

or how to play I know this game has potential

but in think it needs to go back in the oven for a bit.

Any ways not bad for less than the cost of a cup coffee

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Mecha Tactics on Steam



A new planet has been discovered, go through the three areas and conquer the planet Go through the 3 areas. forest area, sea area and volcano area, conquer the planet TOI for your Empire.

*shmup vertical

*linear phases with well-worked difficulty

  • 12 Stages

  • 11 Bosses

  • Original Soundtrack

  • 3 Areas.

  • Power ups

Toi on Steam

Debris Field

Debris Field

Got a job for you

A simple smash and grab, nothing too complicated. You see, during the evacuation of the now corrupted sectors, a whole lot of valuable material got left behind. Most of that material is still there, just waiting for someone crazy enough to fight their way through the endless swarm of crazed zealots that guard the place.

But I trust that won’t be a problem for a madman like you.


Debris Field is a top down physics based space shooter with rogue-like elements, that focuses on using Newtonian movement to out maneuver swarms of enemies.

You will have to fight your way through a series of unforgiving arenas, learning to use Newtonian movement to give yourself an edge over your enemies. Upgrade your ship and your weapons along the way whatever you can find, but don’t take too long, as the enemy will soon overwhelm you.

The full game contains:

Physics based movement

5 unique levels with different terrain and enemies

Several starting ships, with different stats and loadouts

A dynamic system of incremental stacking upgrades

A persistent difficulty over time system to keep you on your toes

The Demo contains only the first level, but is otherwise unlimited.

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Debris Field on Steam

One Way Road

One Way Road

In the foreseeable future, humanity has turned its gaze into space. A new era has come - the era of space exploration. After settling the planets of the Solar system, it was time to explore and colonize new worlds and star systems. What previously considered impossible, became a reality. Science has reached unprecedented heights, people around the world have united, forgetting about ageless conflicts and feuds.

However, along with great discoveries, new troubles appeared in people’s lives. The long-awaited meetings with extraterrestrial civilizations dragged mankind into a new round of military conflicts, and the struggle for resources and habitable territories only intensified the differences between different species.

The appearance of a new player on the galaxy map and a huge number of bloody wars did not go unnoticed. From the very center of the galaxy, a new rival is approaching us. Its power is immeasurable, and its intentions are unknown.

The player will take control of a spaceship as the captain of the Space Fleet Command, James Dekker. Together with a team of recruits, on a battle-worn ship, you will look into the most remote corners of the galaxy, engage in combat with many enemies, fight with entire fleets, protect not only the Earth but all of humanity.

Fascinating and interesting storyline.

Trying on the role of the Space Fleet Command captain James Dekker, take part in numerous star battles, travel the galaxy in search of answers, fight for the survival of humanity.

Progression system.

Distribute experience points, improve ship systems, install new equipment. Adjust the ship under the playstyle you have chosen, or adapt yourself by choosing the optimal battle tactics.

Variety of game mechanics.

Fight in outer space, on the surface of planets, among dense asteroid fields, and even inside a huge space station. Take control of a heavy space fleet cruiser as well as a small officer fighter.

One Way Road on Steam



I love this game, it’s new and it’s incredibly fun. I just got lost in time for over an hour building satellites and generating substantial income. I’m super excited to see where this game goes in the future and I’ll definitely be playing more, definitely recommend!

Real player with 5.5 hrs in game

This game is awesome fun to play no matter your interest on space and rockets! it fulfils the need to learn and experiment with different rockets and stratergys to launch rockets into orbit. im not so good at it :) but have had a good laugh trying my best to have a successful satellite internet company.

would highly recommend for any space and economy enthusiasts and any gamer looking for a cool, casual and chill space sim!

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Orbit-X on Steam