Degenerate Souls

Degenerate Souls

Stars received: 0.3/10 _ Note: v.5 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions

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Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

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“Degenerate Souls” is typical Game Guru game - long loading times, default menu (look and music), same HUD.

Gameplay is exactly the same as other games and maybe even worse because of animations and lack of ambient sounds (well, we’re in forest and no bird chirping?)

You get killed pretty easily and it’s easy to avoid being killed, but it’s just more time consuming.

There is no zoom to aim remote enemies - and they can shoot you quite easily… (some of having instakilling weapons).

I don’t feel like there is much to say - it’s just working garbage.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Degenerate Souls on Steam



Game Features:

This game is a new concept card and flag game with the theme of Vietnam War. It is a light snack game prepared for the leisure transition of players who are tired of playing large-scale games like me and hand injured players.

AI liberates the hands of players, players no longer need to repeat to complete the mechanical labor and tired operation, just need to observe the battle situation. You can experience the unpredictable battlefield situation and leisure war without hands operation

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Epic Dumpster Bear: Dumpster Fire Redux

Epic Dumpster Bear: Dumpster Fire Redux

Don’t judge this game by its cobbled together graphical assets; they actually end up adding to the charm once you realize how good the game is! Epic Dumpster Bear is a very enjoyable platformer with a good deal of content. It’s got a lot of levels, 3 hidden collectible coins in each, some secret exits for optional harder levels, and speedrun challenge medals. It’s also pretty challenging in generally fair ways (harder than Mario, easier than Meat Boy), even for experienced platforming game players. Also the soundtrack is super good. $5 is a very fair price for the amount that you get with this game.

Real player with 50.6 hrs in game

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Epic Dumpster Bear: Dumpster Fire Redux is a funny and challenging platformer that is fun to play. You play as a bear whose natural habitat has been destroyed by “an evil corporation” and you are out for revenge. The simple story coupled with the actual gameplay really reminds me of the classic 8-16-bit games such as Mario and Sonic titles.

Real player with 14.2 hrs in game

Epic Dumpster Bear: Dumpster Fire Redux on Steam

Rushaug: Project Emerald

Rushaug: Project Emerald

The free world is threatened by a tyrannical empire looking to unite the stars under a single voice. The Sayari System is under invasion, and the Colorsky Star Force (CSF), a joint military alliance is fighting to defend the capital from being grasped by the mighty Dekenzia Major Allegiance (DMA). In the middle of this conflict is Rushaug, an elite soldier operating behind enemy lines, gathering critical information, all while sabotaging the enemy from the inside. His accomplishments does not go unnoticed, and he is quickly building a reputation after he defeats DMA’s greatest operative; Ridley Wesker. The DMA is determined to stop the threat, prompting Zargasso to dispatch additional forces to hunt down and eliminate Rushaug. Unknownly, Rushaug is about to meet his equal; Red Nuke.

Suspicious activity has been observed on the cold planet Snotikia. Why is the enemy conducting missile tests on a foreign planet? Rushaug is sent to investigate.

  • EXPLORE a vast spectrum of planets adapting from cold tundras to arid deserts.

  • INFILTRATE hostile settlements ranging from remote outposts to enormous spacestations.

  • ENGAGE in combat against enemies such as the skilled infantry of the DMA, experienced guerrilla fighters on planet Ecuador, or take on the feared Bolse Death Squadron. The game puts huge emphasis on gunplay, and realistic bullet velocity, so it is all about quick reactions.

  • COLLECT intel to reveal new locations and gun schematics to unlock 40+ different weapons to choose from.

  • UNCOVER the truth about Project Emerald and save the free world from a nuclear holocaust.

Rushaug: Project Emerald has been a passion project for more than eight years. It is a dream come true to have you view this page right now. If you’re passionate about stealth games, shooters, and platformers, and happen to like cats as well, I think you’re going to like this experience very much.

Rushaug: Project Emerald on Steam

Ria’s Hook

Ria’s Hook

A pleasant and relaxing game. I thorougly enjoyed the wonderful and whimsical artstyle that reflected the soothing gameplay that I found myself going back to the beginning to enjoy the game assets one more time.

The controls were well designed and finely tuned. I found myself swinging on the same vines repeatedly just for the fun of the swinging because of how exciting it was!

For the low cost of 2.6 USD, I found myself enjoying this game for an extended amount of time, coming back to the game over and over because of the exciting gameplay. The ending was extremely charming too, and it was a fitting end to such a great story.

Real player with 52.2 hrs in game

The game is good, The grappling hook is really fun to play with, the platforming is really janky though but that’s the points, and it can be mastered so that’s fine. Collectable are saved, and progression is saved only in baby mode. Once you reach 50%, a faster way unlock at the bottom of the map in case you fall.

Negative points though that make my review change to a negative.

Updated changed the “world size” so you can’t really see anything 90% of the time, which make the game way harder for the one who haven’t played it before, and its still really hard for someone who played it before.

Real player with 13.9 hrs in game

Ria's Hook on Steam