Cursed West

Cursed West

Looking for a good arcade-style run-n-gun a la Sunset Riders? Well, look somewhere else, tenderfoot! The developer, who has some talent, has made design choices that I believe drastically reduce the fun factor.

There are only a few levels that give something akin to the expected arcade experience. One might call it a mosey-n-gun. The bullets move slower than in any arcade game, but they are still annoyingly hard to dodge. Your bullets don’t go in a straight line forward; the instead spread randomly within a x-degree angle of your gun. This means some of your shots will miss (or you’ll keep shooting, hoping that one will go at the right angle to hit an enemy) and, coupled with the reload mechanic and the general speed, slows your progress and ups the difficulty. The last of these levels has a lot of enemies who can take a number of hits and throw large projectiles at a high rate. Oh, and you have a life bar but only one life. You’ll get killed and have to the level over a number of times. The final level has no gunplay, just a race against time to. Memorizing the route, making tricky jumps with dodgy collision or fast-moving platforms, outrunning boulders.

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

I can’t recommend this game based on how boring it is. The graphics are bad and the gameplay is bad.

The game itself has some creative concepts but I wish they had been executed into a better game.

3/10 Curses

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Cursed West on Steam

Time Commando

Time Commando


I was only 7 the last time I had ever touched this game, that was all the way back in 2009. I got frustrated with Time Commando because of how difficult it was, never being able to finish the game after already halfway through it and eventually gave up. I ended up losing the disc somehow and when I did decide to give it another try I never found it again nor could I find another copy anywhere else, so I gave up looking and eventually forgot the game even existed.

Then LO AND BEHOLD, 12 years later and I stumble across this game again on Steam. Words cannot express how absolutely THRILLED I was to be able to play Time Commando again!

Real player with 4.9 hrs in game

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i own it on CDROM now I own it on SteamROM

if u want the DOSBox to be in windowed mode with higher resolution, you have to go to the steam folder you installed it, like “X:\Program Files\Steam\SteamApps\common\Time Commando”, find “TC.conf” and change the window resolution to something like “windowresolution=1280x960” then either “fullscreen=false” or just Alt+Enter when it opens

Real player with 4.4 hrs in game

Time Commando on Steam



Trains-Continental puts you in the role of western railroad builder. Your ultimate goal is to take the challenge and connect East and West, building the most impressive railway line in the United States. You need to be quick, as trains don’t have time to wait for you – put all the tracks together before the locomotive arrives!

Trains-Continental is a game about quick decisions, smart tracks management, and a race against time. There is no room for hesitation – the train is coming and you need to build the shiny new railroad before it. Place or remove tracks as needed, gather resources, and make the locomotive pass through all the stations to collect all stars and get the best score.

Game features:

  • Build transcontinental railway in United States of XIX century.

  • Manage tracks to make the train pass all the stations

  • Beware of the dangers on the road! The safety of the locomotive is your highest priority!

  • Fight against the passing time. The train won’t wait forever.

  • Enjoy the beautiful, vivid views of the Wild West.

  • Test your railroad building skills in multiple, distinct locations.

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Trains-Continental on Steam



Small, rough, and buggy - but nevertheless charming. Not unlike the asteroid you land on.

Wild-9’s first playthrough should take you roughly half an hour, as it says in the description.

Adding a speedrun achievement to this game, in my opinion, was a mistake. Your speedrun attempts will expose many of the flaws in this game.

! First, deleting your save and starting over is very likely to generate a broken seed that doesn’t spawn any enemies - you can check this almost immediately by noticing the absence of the first enemy you’re supposed to encounter. If you want to start a new run, you need to close out and re-open the game first. Second, you’ll come to rely on a highly-exploitable quirk where enemies will teleport back to their starting position if they wander too far away from it, where you can basically spawn-camp them. (Better than them getting lost, though.) Third, upon each death, you’ll respawn at your spaceship with a scooter, but not necessarily the same class of scooter you had - meaning you might get a free upgrade. I also encountered a CTD on my first run of the game, none afterward though.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

A good, albeit buggy game. There is an issue that when you delete a save then try to start a new game, some old events from the previous run will be saved. I solved this by just closing and reopening the game, but still a big issue. It is an interesting game, with a cool way of finding things (hint, talk to NPCs). The world is very confusing and could’ve used a map, as well as a way to differentiate between places you’ve been and haven’t been better. Good pickup for the price.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

WILD-9 on Steam

Queen’s Conquest

Queen’s Conquest

better than TEKKEN 7

Real player with 16.0 hrs in game

Great Start

Real player with 4.4 hrs in game

Queen's Conquest on Steam

Deadly Maze: Phase 1

Deadly Maze: Phase 1

The wall collision in this game make it impossible to enjoy.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Deadly Maze: Phase 1 on Steam

Gold Rush! Anniversary

Gold Rush! Anniversary


This game is simply terrible. Bad controls, bad graphics, terrible sound, terrible voice acting, a gameplay that give you the creeps and not even an intro to begin the story. You began with throw in a city and absolute not clue what you have to do. With senseless running around you found out that the character wants to leave the city, or I guess so. The problem: You live there and seems to be an absolute moron, you don’t know anything what makes sense (like the location of your own house). Because the game simple throw you on the street to start you don’t even know how this house maybe would look like, and this are only the first few moments of the game, the game gets worst and worst as more as you run around. Whatever don’t waste your money and time on this crap!

Real player with 19.4 hrs in game

While I think the price is a little high for what it is, I forked it over for nostalgia’s sake. It is a quick game if you’ve played the original and have a vague recollection of the puzzle solutions, though I suppose the game play is extended if you opt to replay the game taking the 3 different routes to head to California. The graphics are very nice, though I did have to lower the resolution as the screen would flicker. It took a little while to get used to the point and click interface– if you hold down the mouse button even a moment too long your character will “look” instead of “walk”. In a few areas pointer placement is VERY particular when trying to change screens. What I loved, though, was that a double click automatically skipped you to the next screen. If you are a fan of the old sierra games or adventure gaming in general, you will enjoy this. If you are teetering between the original and the anniversary, definitely spring for the anniversary. The graphics really did improve the game.

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

Gold Rush! Anniversary on Steam