i think i may have set the world record for level 1 of this game

10/10 would speedrun again

also if anyone wants to join the official Cantaloper Discord ran by the creators join at:







Real player with 27.8 hrs in game

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Beautiful game. Nothing can compare to this masterpiece, out of all the game I’ve played, this game tops it. The graphics, art, story-telling, game play, just…. Everything is beautiful about this game. Difficulty wise, yeah, it’s hard, but that’s the charm of the Cantaloper! If you can’t overcome the challenge, you’re not a true fan of Cantaloper. The time spent in this game was well spent, I will continue to keep on adding those hours without any regret. Sometimes, this game hurts, but what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger! I come back motivated and determined to progress further into this game. Every time I fall down, I always make it back up! The treacherous journey through the worlds really brightens up my day. Thank you to the developers for creating and programming Cantaloper.

Real player with 15.5 hrs in game

Cantaloper on Steam

Sloth Quest

Sloth Quest

Enjoyed this more than I expected. At first I thought it looked “kinda silly, kinda fun…” I wasn’t wrong but it’s more “lots of silly, lots of fun.” Give innovative “sloth-based” mechanics a go.

Kotaku summed my first impression up well when they said “Sloth Quest looks stupid, but I still wanna play it.” Took a bit to get into it at first (the controls take some getting used to) but it’s been a blast!

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Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

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One of the hardest games i have ever played but that is also because i suck at these types of games, but i absolutely love this game!!! you get to play as a sloth! that’s all you need to know. you are a sloth. if you like sloths, buy this game period.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Sloth Quest on Steam

Goop Loop

Goop Loop

During the frustrating first play-through of this game I was convinced that it was not a game where you would eventually be able to consistently get past obstacles but I immediately proved myself wrong in the second run. Don’t get me wrong it is still hard but it is definitely a lot more manageable. I definitely recommend it if you like foddian games and if you aren’t afraid of a challenge.

Real player with 9.7 hrs in game

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Physics platformers are notorious for being insanely hard.

This one’s no exception. But it does have some quirky/clever vocal (English only) tutorial, that only really speaks up if and when you’re having trouble. I was actually quite amused by how the game knew when to say “You should slow down”, versus pretty much pre-emptively telling me I screwed up when I passed a point of no return.

It’s like having the developer commentary from Half-Life (But more quirky/punny), the goopiness of Gish (With more freedom of movement), and the jankiness of, well, basically every physics platformer out there. My hand started hurting after about an hour, so I had to take a break, but I’ll definitely be trying to finish it after I take a break.

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Goop Loop on Steam

Stilt Fella

Stilt Fella

After 18 hours of what can only be described as psychological torture aimed at people with masochistic tendencies and fingers swollen to the size of bowling balls - I have finally beaten the game. And I feel the most accomplished than after beating any other game. And… and… I hate this game. I despise it. And I love it. It is so good it will literally make you hate it and love it at the same time. At one point it even confused me sexually. I cannot recommend this game enough. I’m serious. I cannot recommend it. DON’T BUY IT. Unless you like really challenging games that will force you to fail thousands of times in the most infuriating ways possible. If this review confuses you, then you understand how this game made me feel. But seriously, BUY THIS GAME. It’s amazing.

Real player with 23.9 hrs in game

I’m one of the beta testers and responsible for the menu and end credits music so I’ve walked along this game for a while…

I have seen people mention games like Getting Over It, but I do see that view a bit lacking. While Getting Over It starts fairly easy, forcing you to get around a tree, this is an instant slap in the face, much like QWOP. Although, because the stilts are much easier to control than the runner’s legs in QWOP, you will be picking up the correct rhythm quite quickly and feel like a god just finishing the first levels.

Real player with 18.9 hrs in game

Stilt Fella on Steam

Because its hot! Prologue

Because its hot! Prologue

So you’ve read the description and now you’re down here in the comments trying to figure out what’s it all about. Click the video above to see some of the gameplay, mechanic and hear my thoughts on the game.

Because its hot! - Why pizza? (prologue) is a colorful puzzle platformer that will have begging for more. The graphics are sharp and pop right off the screen. They are a combo of fever dream and 80’s neon blasting your eye sockets. The music is subtle but enriches the atmosphere and gameplay. The controls will test your gamer merit by all the different mechanics at play here. There is a slight degree of difficulty controlling the head, arms and movement individually (as well as together) but not in a bad way.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Very fun game!

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Because its hot! Prologue on Steam



A beautiful and addictive addition to the asldfj;oaisheouhigoiu genre. Highly recommended.

Real player with 28.4 hrs in game

I like the game. Happenlances approach to teach things is like how it was done back in the 8bit days. Levels are designed in a way that you have to learn to do new tricks in order to continue, and you don’t get any annoying tooltips or small videos that show you what you have to do. You really have to figure things out yourself. And oh boy it gets challenging and fast.

Only thing that i would add, is somekind of collectibles in hard places. That way when you get better in the game, you would revisit some maps to get those collectibles that you couldn’t get before.

Real player with 13.6 hrs in game

Happenlance 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

How I learned to Skate

How I learned to Skate

“This is a story about how I learned to skate. It was hard…"

How I learned to Skate is a desperately difficult ice-skating challenge about a boy learning to skate for the first time, following an increasingly burdensome path, chasing after the girl he could never have.


Control individual legs and body tilt to move the ice-skater with a mouse or a controller. It’s simple.

  • Raise a leg

  • Choose a direction

  • Release the leg

  • Tilt the body to turn

Additional info

This game is all about learning and mastering a new unique mechanic.

  • A challenge with checkpoints.

  • Inspired by a Warcraft 3 mod that I love, Polar Escape 5

  • Merged together with instantaneous mouse controls from Getting Over It

  • Takes roughly 12 hours to complete, depending on how fast you learn. Roughly 3 hours for the demo.

How I learned to Skate on Steam