Mines of Volantis
3 hours disappeared; I’m not sure how. But now I need to sleep before work.
If you liked ‘Motherload’ for the zen mining; you’ll probably like this.
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Ohhh this games takes me back to the time of Motherload. (the flash version, not the steam version)
I just love the ambiance and the music is very good!
Every time you go down it is the question of will I be back before my fuel runs out? Every dive is a hunt for riches that you don’t want to interrupt to get fuel, but you have to. And in time as well because else your haul will be lost forever!
Upgrading this makes it easier to get huge hauls. Content wise I think the price is a bit steep but the game is very fun to play nontheless.
A simple and more or less challenging puzzle game depending on imagination and dexterity.
I am nit really that much into that kind if puzzle games but it’s an OK game for some cheap puzzle entertainment.
Developer is not greedy and do not ask much (0,47€ with -41% on sale) and I think it surprisingly good for what little I paid !
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Best game EVER!!!!!!!!
very fun and charming, loved every secont. well made and lots of fun
verry pritty from graphics to music lovly game all around
Get your own idea of the game…
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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
Adventures of Megara: Antigone and the Living Toys
lovely game, very relaxing :)
Please add to SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS that it is only for 64 bit computers!!!!
Build ‘n Bump
I think that Build n Bump is a great game however, I think that it is hard to play multiplayer. I think there should be an option to invite friends so that I can do that without having to create or join a server. I think that in the future if things are layed out like this it could be great. Set it up like Castle Crashers or Monaco with a private option and a invite friends option.
Build ‘n Bump is an incredibly simple game, but it’s almost certainly proved itself at this point to be great value for money. It’s my go to couch multiplayer game when I don’t have controllers or a high-end PC to hand. It takes nothing to run, is super easy to set up with multiple players on a keyboard, and is intuitive and simplistic.
I’ve played this with all kinds of people, from kids with zero experience with games to experienced gamers. No matter who I play with, everybody seems to get a little kick out of playing it. The element that ties it all together is likely the ability to create custom stages. Building you own stages allows for you to:
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A 2.5D puzzle-platformer featuring a robust level editor, expansive character customization, an engaging story mode, and a charming crafty aesthetic. Restitched follows the story of a brave, adventurous teddy bear named Stuffy on a journey to find their roots. Along the way, Stuffy must ‘restitch’ a community unraveled by corporate greed and tyranny while discovering new friends, new foes, and new locations.
With an in-game level editor called ‘Construction Mode’, you can build your own platforming adventures for Stuffy to take part in! Browse community creations via the Steam Workshop, or publish your own levels. Construction Mode is also a great sandbox playground!
Stuffy is not only cute but also stylish. With an assortment of in-game cosmetic items to collect and use, your very own Stuffy can be what you make them! Dress Stuffy from head-to-toe with a variety of cosmetic items across multiple categories.
Embark on an adventure with your new plush companion as you venture through new themes, meet new friends, and encounter new obstacles. This platforming adventure sees Stuffy searching for answers while reconnecting a torn community along the way. Could it all be connected? Will Stuffy find their owner?
Created by the Community, for the Community
Restitched is a labor of love from like-minded UGC enthusiasts, aspiring developers, creative students, and more. This game is a love letter to our own favorite UGC experiences from the past, and we hope to inspire future creatives in the same way we’ve been inspired to make Restitched!
Cute hand painted visuals and a very interesting platform battle mechanic. This game is great to try out for a game night with a couple of friends! Basically you try to build up and try to keep your friends below where the encroaching waves kill those too slow. There’s multiple items you can get and use to change the platforms and hinder your opponents.
An in-game tutorial is lacking but you can just watch the 2nd video on the store page for a tutorial with some good tips for advance gameplay.
Pretty identical to the plant one, except for the mushrooms, those two brown mushrooms are identical, only the shadow on it changes, you won’t make me think otherwise.
PS : Replay value is zero, the items are the same an they don’t move.
Extremely bad object finding game at an absurdly high nominal price. Obviously if anything pick up a Steam key for a few microdollars rather than buying the outrageously-priced offering here.
Choose the “100 hidden” series instead – accept no compromise.
MOVERS IN THE WAREHOUSE
Lucky me gets to write the first review for “MOVERS IN THE WAREHOUSE”, a GameMaker Studio template flip from asset flip scammers, Piece of Voxel.
MOVERS IN THE WAREHOUSE is a lazy failed mobile app that was dumped on Steam as a cash grab by asset flippers, Piece of Voxel. It’s a basic match-3/platformer hybrid where you jump over falling crates and push them together to match 3 crates of the same colour. The only distinctive feature of this GameMaker Studio template flipped match-3 is that it features particularly bad hand-drawn “art”, worse than the game template it was copied from.