Rad Rocket

Rad Rocket

Hear ye, hear ye! Hear the news… and despair! For the robots have acquired rockets!

This is very much a fun, although frustrating game! The style is pretty memorable and reminds me of Borderlands. Controls are somewhat tricky in the beginning though I picked ‘em up quickly enough. The collisions/mouse are sometimes a bit finicky still, though maybe this is more of a ‘git gud’ aspect than an actual complaint :P

I’m definitely failing/falling often, most of the times by attempting to grab the collectible hats (which are very cute!) but the smooth smooth soundtrack helps rein in the frustration… No, seriously, the jazz is smoother than a baby’s bottom. Each time I go up again, though, I get a little bit better, a little bit faster, so I’d say this game also has lots of speed run potential! All in all, a pretty great game for a solid price!

Real player with 32.3 hrs in game

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60 minute review (in-depth review will follow after 10 hours)!

This game! It’s funny, it’s frustrating but mostly it’s frustratingly funny!

First experience:

After 60 minutes all I can say is: “FFFFFFFFFFuuuuudge” since I dropped down again after a brutal climb where I eventualy panicked from making the right move/jump!

And what do you get for it as a reward? A hat and a 300 meter drop back to the start.

Silver lining: Atleast you will develop the needed skills for that first part pretty fast.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Rad Rocket on Steam



Princess Cassiodora has been kidnapped by the evil sorcerer Kenzar. To save her the chosen knights Agni, Colden and Luken must face a vast army of witches, ghosts and demons across the Kingdom of Astoria.

To accomplish this feat, the druid Faramix grants Agni, Colden and Luken magic wings and elemental powers to help them on their quest.

Play with your friends or solo and shoot your way through this colorful shoot ‘em up. Earn new items, customize your character, challenge yourself and face huge bosses.

Key features

*** Story mode**

Play solo or with up-to 2 of your friends on the same screen and explore 7 regions through 35 handcrafted levels each one with their own setting, challenges, special rewards and unique items.

*** Enjoyable for all**

Choose between different levels of difficulty ranging from Easy to Hard or define your own experience. Want to be invincible or be revived when you die? That’s done !

*** Replayability**

From the leader to the oldest and youngest knights enjoy 3 different characters, each with their own personality, abilities, moves and unique unlockable items.

*** Elemental powers**

Enemies and environmental puzzles like gates or roots will only react to certain elemental skills. Switch between 3 elemental powers or ask your friends to help you!

*** Fully customizable characters**

Unlock new skins for each character with over 50 cosmetics items to personalize your knight.

*** Awesome boss battles**

Face epic, huge bosses that compel you to find unique ways to defeat them. Fly away and slay these bosses to continue your quest!

*** You can PET your elemental guardian!**

Fly, shoot, slash, but do it with style!

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Cassiodora on Steam

The Henchmen

The Henchmen

The Game

The Henchmen is a pulp-inspired, 90s fueled top-down, action retro open-world game. Set in the fictional city of New Queens, The Henchmen blends classic PS1-era games experiences, such as Driver and the first Grand Theft Auto with a modern approach, producing a unique experience.

The game is also designed from the ground up to be a co-operative experience, as the game can be played both in single-player and local 2 players co-op (both shared screen and split-screen), with story elements and missions changing depending on the number of players.

The Story

During the late sixties, the Castellano Mafia family had complete control over the City of New Queens: They Controlled the guns, drugs, and sex workers that roamed the streets.

This started to change, however, as the Homura Yakuza Syndicate started to chip away at The Castellano empire in the late 1970.

Anthony, the new leader of the family, is forced to rely on his henchmen to get back what was his, starting a bloody gang war in the streets of New Queens.

The game is set in two time periods: In the 1970s you play as Rachel, a young single mother who wants to quit the gangster life for the sake of her daughter, while also being both Castellano’s best gun and lover.

In the 1990s, you deal with the aftermath of the gang wars, as you take control of Samuel, an ex-army man who left his job to help his brother Jamal who owes money to the wrong kind of people.

What we’re planning:

-8 to 10 hours long main campaign

-Entire game playable in both singleplayer and local two players co-op

-Original Soundtrack and cutscene artwork

-Explore the city in its two time periods: A snowy 1970s rendition and a hot, more modern 1990s version.

-Indoor and outdoor fights, with both melee weapons and firearms

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The Henchmen on Steam

Universal Enemies

Universal Enemies

Universal Enemies is a depth-scrolling action shooting game that supports a variety of play styles: alone, with the CPU, or with friends. Each stage can be played in a short period of time, so you can conquer it little by little in your free time. Once a stage has been cleared, you can play it again and again by selecting the stage. There are also stages with bosses and mini-games. Please enjoy the story with the cute monsters.

Main features

  • Deep scrolling: Move forward to the back of the screen and defeat the monsters coming at you from the front!

  • Story: The story of the heroes’ organization and the hostile organization that uses the monsters.

  • Diverse stages: A variety of locations on land, sea, and in the air, and a variety of monsters await you.

  • Short play time: Each stage is short, so you can play a little at a time in your spare time.

  • Cooperative play: You can play locally with up to four players, or team up with the CPU by yourself.

  • Mini-games: Shoot, infiltrate, and race your way through the game! Local multiplayer support.

  • Split screen: The infiltration and racing mini-games are split-screen and each can be moved as desired.

  • Retro style: Switch the screen to retro style.

Universal Enemies on Steam



Coming soon to your Commodore 64 and Atari 65xe!

Shoot your way through hordes of enemy ships, tanks, mine fields, wind mills, lazer beams, massive boss fights and software bugs, all in a multidimensional shoot em up like never seen before!

As pilot of the “ARKADIANAX” face both 2D and 3D enemies blended into a whirlwind of nostalgic and modern gameplay, grab items to upgrade your space ship and cannons and take down everything that gets in your way. Discover a colorful multi-dimensional world that requires your expert knowledge in arcade classics to protect and guard the universe; shoot bullets, bombs and massive fists of fury in this explosive space-age and retro-like shmup!


Chibisu’s Costume Combat

Chibisu’s Costume Combat

Chibisu’s Costume Combat (C3) is a cute 2D Top-Down local multiplayer costume Party Battle Game! Play as Chibisu in a variety of unique costumes and use their abilities and map objects to defeat your friends and foes alike. Change costumes at any time to match the situation, throw your enemies for a loop, or even sync your attacks with your friends for wombo combos!

Play variety of game modes

  • Classic Death Match - Defeat the most players or be the first to reach the kill goal to win.

  • Stock Mode - Each player has limited lives. Be the last Chibisu Standing by taking all of your opponents lives.

  • Tag - Damage your opponents to tag them and use your abilities to avoid being tagged. Choose Between “Last It” (whoever is it at the end loses) and “Least It” (whoever has the least time it wins)

  • King of the Ring - Find and stay in the moving ring. You only get points when you’re alone in the ring so keep your opponents out. First to get to the score goal or who ever has the most points wins.

  • Target Tussle - Destroy the moving targets for points. Targets destroyed randomly move elsewhere.

  • Pet Ya Puppers - pet pups across the maps to gain points over time! Be the most loved by the pups to win!

Chibisu's Costume Combat on Steam

Rumours From Elsewhere

Rumours From Elsewhere

Deep and challenging platform action game attempting to meld Prince of Persia with a modern Roguelite. Momentum based platforming/parkour, ability based combat with character classes. Inspired level design, smooth controls, solid performance, excellent music, and imaginative worldbuilding are enough to carry the experience through a steep learning curve and significant UI deficiencies as well as occasional frustrating bugs (and sadistic gameplay systems that act like bugs).

I recommend this game if you like hard platformers with an emphasis on momentum rather than air control. Be warned, however, that the high-pressure gameplay involves features like a stamina bar (depletes with attack or dash but not jump or abilities), a timer on every level (which have randomized objectives), potions that do damage to you, weapons that kill you if you unequip them, monsters that CC you so other monsters can knockback you to the other side of the map where you fall in a lethal trap…you get the idea. This game is rewarding but punishing and a better UI would make it more comfortable.

Real player with 35.1 hrs in game

This game is a lot of fun!

I love the look of the game, and it has a ton of character in everything you play as, kill, pick up, or read. Not to mention the sound design and music are great. Once I got used to the core mechanics, I was hooked and kept starting new runs to discover more about the game. Each of the characters feels unique, just as each of the areas are distinct, vibrant, and fun (except Misty Peaks, that place is agony).

On the downside, sometimes the platforming is just a little unwieldy. The jumping or dashing or platform grabbing seemed to occasionally glitch and caused me some significant frustration. This didn’t ruin the game by any means, but it did feel like an unfair game flaw that would crop up now and again. Also, here and there a hit box would be in dire need of updating.

Real player with 31.9 hrs in game

Rumours From Elsewhere on Steam

Super Woden GP

Super Woden GP

I bought Woden GP a few months back and was thoroughly disappointed by it. The driving physics felt too floaty and most importantly, the camera was positioned in such a way that you could never see what corner was coming ahead. Since these flaws make a top-down racing game largely unplayable, I uninstalled the game and got a refund immediately.

I was hesitant about buying Super Woden GP and felt sure that I will be applying for a refund within the hour. It turned out that I played the game for nearly 30 hours and didn’t have the patience to write a review for it, at least not before I finished the campaign mode.

Real player with 29.5 hrs in game

I love this genre and I have been playing isometric racing games since arcade era. Super Woden GP is quite good and it’s a wastly improvement over “normal” Woden GP. I have tried many modern isometric car racing games. In my opinion, among all of these racers, Super Woden GP is one of the best.

Graphics and art direction is very good and very fitting for this genre. Graphics filters are nice. Music is also quite good. Controls and game play is much better than the developers previous Woden GP game. There are many cars to select from and there are also enough tracks to race.

Real player with 15.2 hrs in game

Super Woden GP on Steam

Will of the Gods

Will of the Gods

Fun and enjoyable, maybe even a bit addicting game to play with friends.

Bots are allright, but after while you start to learn their pattern, and beat them again and again.

If you have friends to play with, I recommend this game.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

This game is actually pretty fun. Nothing special but it is only 3 euros.

  • Cheap

  • Fun time killer

  • Can give a real challenge when mutators are active

  • Easy achievements

  • Easy Steam cards

  • Supports the Xbox 360 controller

  • Limited multiplayer (only local or with Steam friends)

  • Too easy when no mutators are active

  • Single player gets boring since the AI is dumb

  • Mutators are a little unfair towards the player

  • Mouse moves too slowly

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Will of the Gods on Steam

Megabyte Punch

Megabyte Punch

Megabyte Punch is an awesome platformer with 4 player versus and coop, highly customizable characters, tons of secrets in maze like levels with tough bosses all in a Super Smash Bros style Brawler.

The main game is fairly short, There are only 6 levels, But each level has 3 parts and each level has a boss and there is a final boss, So this amounts to 18 levels, 7 bosses and a whole lot of unlockables to find. All levels are full with secrets and getting certain parts helps you get to previously unreachable areas.

Real player with 101.6 hrs in game

As someone who’s clocked more time into this than I can arguably say many people have, and stands as the only game in my library that I’ve 100% completed, I’d probably sound just as you’d expect when I say that Megabyte Punch is just good. Just very, very, veryveryvery good. Don’t even let the 100% completion, or the 50 hours, be what convinces you. Hell, don’t even let my review be what convinces you, either! I’m not exactly an unbiased source of information here!

(tl;dr at the bottom.)

Now, before anything else, I’ll mention off the bat that I got the code for my copy of the game off of a Steam friend; looking back, though, I’d say that I’d have bought this regardless, and maybe some more copies for friends as well. take with that information what you will, as maybe not having paid for it myself’s painted my opinion a little.

Real player with 61.1 hrs in game

Megabyte Punch on Steam