If this game ended after The end? Level I would have given it a good review but it doesn’t. The game ends after Vulcano which is a poorly designed hell compared to the rest of the game. It’s like going from easy to expert. It took me 6 hours to casually make it to the last level but since then I have spent 14 hours trying to complete Vulcano with no luck.

Real player with 20.0 hrs in game

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I just fully completed the game and I can definitely say: it was absolutely worth my time, effort and money. Eggy is a fantastic 2D-platformer with intriguing physics, stunning environments and a lot of creativity.

The game can be frustrating at times, but unlike games such as Getting Over It, Eggy does have checkpoints. Everytime you make it to another checkpoint after a hard section, you feel satisfied and motivated to continue playing.

The game also truly rewards creativity. While there always is a path available to go, thinking out of the box can occasionally work in your favor and reward you with a shortcut or secret.

Real player with 14.4 hrs in game

Eggy on Steam

Mage Drops

Mage Drops

A lovely game by a lovely studio. It perfectly squares itself between the relaxation one might find in a title like Mario Golf (with its golf meets magical world premise) and the challenging, precision platforming of titles like Super Meat Boy and Celeste. Really looking forward to the full version!

Real player with 7.7 hrs in game

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I got this game to try it out after hearing about it from a stream that I often watch. I can say that this game is really really fun, I love all the mechanics of the game and how you can control the golf ball that has been produced by the wizard and manipulate the environment around you. The game is really well done overall and the platforming aspect of the game is challenging for anyone who loves platforming, however I want to put some of my own feedback down below.

  • So, this is my first bit of feedback because I think it may be potentially important to the growth of the game, when I started the game on controller I ran into a bit of a graphical glitch. I am a controller player, so I am pleased that the game does fully support controller, but the new game option completely covered any of the other options that I was able to choose from. This could be due to me having OBS open at the time since I was getting ready to stream this game at the time, but I do think it is something worth looking into. I currently have not seen the issue since, so I don’t know if this was caused by OBS.

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

Mage Drops on Steam

Puzzling Peaks EXE

Puzzling Peaks EXE

AppSir has developed a series that has many games under its belt. They have continually proved again and again that there is far more to their games than it seems, by connecting each and every one of them.

The rest of the games on steam have been platformers, this one changes things up by being more of a puzzle game that sort of resembles golf. This change doesn’t some out of nowhere however, the story explains just how and why the change was made. While I do prefer the gameplay of the dere.exe games, this one makes up for the simple gameplay just with the story it tells. As usual this game is incredibly story and lore rich for the series and I love it.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

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well other finish .. I think

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

Puzzling Peaks EXE on Steam

Cursed to Golf

Cursed to Golf

Play as The Cursed Golfer, trapped in Golf Purgatory after a freak accident takes you out as you’re about to take the winning shot of an international tournament! Legend says that playing through the devious courses across Golf Purgatory will get you back to the land of the living and, more importantly, to the trophy you were about to win. Each course is governed by a ghostly Legendary Caddie, who will tutor you in the mystical ways of golf to aid you on your quest for redemption and revival.

Cursed to Golf offers a fresh take on the golfing and roguelike subgenres. Make your way through a hole within the PAR Count or your curse will take you back to the beginning of the course! To add to the challenge, these courses don’t just have bunkers and rough spots but are also chock full of mad obstacles like high powered fans, spikes, TNT boxes, teleporters and a whole load more. It’s all par for the course in this twisted take on the classic game!

Being cursed to play golf forever in the eternity of Golf Purgatory has its benefits, too! Use Birdie-Eye to catch a view of the whole course and see what trials lie ahead. Par count running low? Luckily, gold and silver Shot Idols are peppered throughout the holes, smashing through them with a cinematic flourish will replenish your shots. Ace Cards will turn the odds back in your favour, channeling your otherworldly powers to manipulate the game in incredible ways. Scattershot, U-Turn, Rocketball, Mulligans are just some of 20+ cards you have up your sleeve to turn the tide back in your favour!

Every shot counts!

  • Explore the golf-themed world and characters of Golf Purgatory

  • Precise “Golf-Like” gameplay across a randomly-ordered course in 4 biomes

  • Navigate tough dungeon-like holes filled with wacky hazards

  • Golf in style using over 20 unique Ace Card power-ups

  • Challenge the world in online leaderboards

  • 80+ holes and the Daily Challenge Mode will keep you swinging for eternity

Cursed to Golf on Steam

Brian the Brain

Brian the Brain

This game is good in my opinion, it’s like a flash game.

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

Brian the Brain is truly the Dark Souls of platformers.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Brian the Brain on Steam



while i don’t feel comfortable giving this game a thumbs up, its not exactly a thumbs down, regardless i wouldn’t spend more than 2$-3$ dollars on it, 5$ is a little too much to ask i think.

you can watch my review of the game here:

Real player with 10.5 hrs in game

Shuffs on Steam