Half Past Fate: Romantic Distancing

Half Past Fate: Romantic Distancing

Got this game with a small rebate (about 4$ US) ,i loved the subject,with everything going on right now,i decide to give it a shot.I find in easy to relate to Stephen(one of the caracter),also the SNES feel is great,music is nice…remind me of sone NES and SNES music,that bring’s a lot of memories.It’s not a dating sim per say,it’s more like a story driven game.

This game definitly deserve more attention.If you love story driven games,this is a nice 4 bucks who make you forget your miserable empty life like mine…The only downside,it’s pretty short(just over 90 minutes) and there’s not much of a replay value

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

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Played this after the first Half Past Fate game and caught me off guard how short it is compared the first one. That aside, this spin-off features the same gorgeous art style, good writing, and down to earth and relatable characters. I recommend it if you’ve finished HPF and want to explore some other aspects of the world and get to know more characters.

Also, we never learned what our resident himbo’s occupation is :( ..

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Half Past Fate: Romantic Distancing on Steam

Help Me!

Help Me!

정식출시 이후 약처방 선택을 못하게 된것같은데… 버그인가요?

Real player with 4.9 hrs in game

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The game lags so much that the mouse moves after 1 second. Can anyone help?

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Help Me! on Steam



Welcome to the world of CREEPSLORE, where text shown in all caps means someone is SHOUTING!

Take part in a surreal, interactive arthouse adventure inspired by older Adventure Games mixed with Choose Your Own Adventure books and RPGs. Supported by it’s massive list of (112+!) characters, heartfelt story, and uniquely weird art style, Creepslore is here to make you laugh, cry, and question it’s creators' sanity and overall well being.

The game takes place sometime during the 1970’s, and is told from the point of view of a sarcastic character who gets suckered into an adventure after arriving on a monster filled island. Realizing there’s no way back, he now has to deal with a bunch of intoxicated creatures with idiosyncratic tendencies (ergo: they’re also stupid) who think humans are the de-facto best gourmet food option.

What this game offers:

  • surreal & tongue in cheek humor

  • a story with 5 completely different scenarios (no forced repeats of dialogues to unlock ‘extra’ content!)

  • 18 explorable locations, ranging from cities to swamps

  • more than 110 individual characters

  • pre-rendered backgrounds created in Quake

  • even MORE NUMBERS to grab your attention

  • text, text and some more text

  • a sad fish

What this game DOESN’T offer:

  • saving the world

  • cute anime girls

  • fan-service

  • a happy fish

PS: if you’ve ever wondered why the Giant Spider in Skyrim carries coins, and where the hell it puts them, we’ll, let’s just say we have the answer to that.

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Creepslore on Steam

Round Rooms

Round Rooms

Nice game. You memorize objects. Then answer questions. My memory is good.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Its really good .

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Round Rooms on Steam

Stay Safe 2020

Stay Safe 2020

Full play through here: https://youtu.be/ksNZdTUegPI

I really like the visuals and sound track throughout the game. I really dislike how every character in the story is a piece of crap though the story is set up where everyone in the game knows I’m going to help this old lady and THEY STILL send me on gopher quests that they could have easily done themselves it’s pretty toxic. I absolutely HATE Dave and everything he stands for. The puzzles are about all the same, but can be pretty interesting to line up. I ABSOLUTELY hate the parts where the fence raises up and you have to fight the viruses because if you don’t kill ones in the area before the cutscene they will kill you during the cutscene. There’s no unique enemies during this section of the game even though there are in regular places leading to the most boring time wasting thing in the game waiting for the viruses to float down at you slowly impeding your progress and the flow of the game which is the main deterrent from playing the game again to 100% it. OH and if you fall before you hit a check point you have to do it AGAIN, which is insanely troubling since some times you have to drop down and you can’t see exactly where your dropping to or if it’s safe or not on your first playthrough. The voice acting is pretty well done even though some of the voices sound like they’re in an auditorium/tunnel. Overall I think it’s a pretty well made game and for the most part I enjoyed it

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Nice game


Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Stay Safe 2020 on Steam

Acolyte: Prologue

Acolyte: Prologue

My play through of the prologue here (once it uploads) if you get stuck and need help: https://youtu.be/9GET1gsMWZ0

I had so much fun with the prologue I’m super stoked to see what comes next also the link for the transcendent edition brought up a 404 error on itch.io. Check this game out for sure also it’s very easy to get stuck on a tangent if you make a mistake figuring out part of the puzzle. I had to close and reopen the game to get back to what I needed, luckily it saves your progress. I love games that make you think outside the box and use outside resources. I had two things that might have been glitches? I rated a haiku and the task didn’t complete I got information for a evidence database but I couldn’t find the evidence database I had two messages I couldn’t find in my message log and all messages were shown as read but regardless I still made it to the end of the prologue so nbd

Real player with 8.7 hrs in game

so.. this sucks. don’t get me wrong, i LOVE this game, i just found it yesterday and I loved it. I beat the prologue, then went and bought the transcendent version to continue the story. (weirdly enough the transcendent edition has more actual bugs and not fictional bugs than the steam version, including spelling errors, but c’est la vie)

i’ve reached the part now where i had to fill my contacts list, and figure out the passwords to unlock the cosmetics. there are 0 hints for either. for the latter, the hints that ARE given, are extremely vague and i am unable to find any references for them that correlate to the actual game, and it’s extremely frustrating. what does “dog” mean in this context? the cosmetic was related to hair so i put poodle, nope. i also put cat, thinking back to the personality test, also nope. what does QR @ 0:40s mean? and the postal code? where would i even begin to find that? i understand this game is new, so there’s not a lot of info out there, but i’m stuck. (yes, i’ve looked through the discussions and reviews here for any hints, i’ve looked at the itch.io forums for this game, i’ve looked at twitter, ive looked at youtube, i’ve looked at reddit. i’ve even looked at your patreon to see if there was anything there.) i’m unable to progress because i have no idea what to ask, what the passwords might be for the cosmetics, or how to progress the storyline.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Acolyte: Prologue on Steam

WAVER: A Typing Adventure

WAVER: A Typing Adventure

OMG I am already in love with this game!

Real player with 32.0 hrs in game

Can type 100wpm. Cannot remember where keys are while playing. (Had fun anyway.)

Refreshing and unique, Waver definitely feels worth the purchase if you enjoy something both straightforward in concept and infuriatingly difficult to perfect. The rhythm of the “waves” will take some getting used to, however once you find it it makes sense (I found this difficult to admit, as my first instinct was to just be mad at the game). The learning curve is not the smoothest, but as you start to improve, receiving better scores/perfect waves is very satisfying. This game definitely feels more like it’s made for an experienced typist looking to test and refine skills/dexterity, as there are little to no practical educational aspects for younger learners (outside of typist mode, which is just your basic WPM typing test).

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

WAVER: A Typing Adventure on Steam

Zorg The Typing Warrior

Zorg The Typing Warrior

I am a 16y/o Zorg the typing warrior prodigy.

I am a god amongst men, I have 100% the game and have never felt this accomplished in my life.

P.S I can’t showcase this game on my profile, pls fix ;)

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Pretty fun typing game even though it is easily finished under an hour!

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

Zorg The Typing Warrior on Steam

Kismet Tapestry

Kismet Tapestry

spoilers, not that it’ll mean much

i can confidently say that whatever you expect from this game- you wont get. it opens with 2 minutes of footage of an expedition in the arctic accompanied with what i would describe as music for people who like the sound of nails on a chalkboard (which certainly spices up the footage, if a bit loud). after this we cut to some of the dryest turnbased rpg gameplay ive ever experienced with 2.5D controls so bad it made my head hurt. why make a game 2.5D with grid movement? why only slimes? it took me 5 minutes to figure out the controls.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

The intro just freezes and I can’t enter the game.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Kismet Tapestry on Steam



Note: I received a Steam key to help with alpha testing although I had no involvement with the development.

Snowdome is a kinetic visual novel developed by Lunatic Works and published by Lunatic Works and Kikai Digital. You take on the role of Tan Yan, a young adult who works as a convenience store clerk in the city. He lives his life day-to-day, feeling unappreciated and that life will never change. He moved away from the country, as he didn’t want to become a farmer like his parents before him. One day, when Tan Yan decides to take a walk on the beach (because his TV is broken, so he can’t watch his favorite show), he encounters a teenage girl. She makes him an intriguing offer. Help me save the world. This piques Tan Yan’s interest and thus, his adventure begins. As this is a kinetic novel, I’ll stop my story synopsis here to avoid spoilers. ^^

Real player with 9.4 hrs in game

This was my first kinetic novel, no choices to make, just read and think about some of the subjects that are thrown up in the story. The reader can make their own mind about how deep or how seriously they want to take this. I found it easy to get involved with the characters, to understand the frustrations of trying to earn a living in a city where everyone lives the same boring life-style and where young people and their parents do not understand one another. The protagonist, a reluctant hero, goes for a walk and meets a young girl one summer’s night when his tv breaks down, and thats when it all starts as he has to grow up and make life decisions that have consequences not just for himself, but other people. I can’t say more without giving away the plot.

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

Snowdome on Steam