Degrees of Separation

Degrees of Separation

Degrees of Separation

A beautiful and challenging puzzle game with plenty of variety and clever mechanics to keep you interested and perplexed.


👍 Clever, interesting and diverse puzzles

👍 Pretty graphics with detailed environments with a fantasy ambience

👍 Charming story nicely told by narrator

Real player with 25.8 hrs in game

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☐ Doesnt have (Not counting historical stuff)

☐ Something isnt nothing I guess

☐ Not greatly told

☑️ Average

☐ Good

☐ Lovely

☐ Will make you cry or smile a lot


☐ Try not to get addicted

☐ Very good

☑️ Good

☐ Nothing special

☐ Ehh

☐ Bad

☐ Just dont

—{ Grind }—

☑️ Nothing

☐ Only if u care about leaderboards/ranks

☐ Isn’t necessary to progress

☐ Average grind level

☐ Too much grind

☐ Insanity


☐ You forget reality

☐ Masterpiece

☐ Beautiful

☑️ Good

Real player with 9.6 hrs in game

Degrees of Separation on Steam

Double Jump

Double Jump

This game is fun. I didn’t play with 2 players, but coordinating myself jumping and moving was still a big challenge. Try out the game. It’s good for what it’s worth.

Real player with 11.0 hrs in game

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Fantastic Game 10/10 Have Played Twice

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

Double Jump on Steam

Tallowmere 2: Curse of the Kittens

Tallowmere 2: Curse of the Kittens

THIS IS THE BEST. GAME. EVER. No hyperbole, no exaggeration, no lie. I would have said that for Developer Chris McFarland’s first Tallowmere, where I have over 1300 hours playing, by far the most of the nearly 2000 Games I own on Steam…but his Tallowmere 2 scratched every itch for a second game I didn’t even realize I itched for. Not only masterful, and a perfect improvement on the Original, IMHO, but you get to a point where you can play reflexively; eliminates stress, pain and any downfall while making for a challenging, exhilarating second outing. Pandemic? Tallowmere 2. Bonkers US Election? Tallowmere 2. Worst Year ever? Best Game ever. I’d gained 200 hours playing the Tallowmere 2 Demo, prior to the long-awaited E.A. Release Dec. 4th…and it STILL feels like new. I suppose it could be worse that the biggest shining, glowing Event of the Year is the release of a Game, rather than some personal accomplishment…but then…this Game really is THAT good! Too bad I couldn’t Nominate THIS game a week prior to its' release. IT’S. REALLY. THAT. GOOD. (UPDATE- NOV 2021- I DID NOMINATE THIS GAME FOR 2021 GAME OF THE YEAR!! So, I DID get my chance to Nominate what I STILL adamantly maintain is the BEST. GAME. EVER.!!!! My play-time since I wrote this review should speak for itself, too :) I hope y’all have found as much enjoyment with Tallowmere 2 as I have :) )

Real player with 283.7 hrs in game

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I’ve wrenched myself away from Tallowmere 2: Curse of the Kittens in order to proclaim it a bloody triumph. “Wrenched” is both completely honest & a total lie: I’d’ve played for another three hours straight with nary a pause for any reason – mind-blowing sex included – if I’d not been brutally murdered the second I thought, “I am now an unstoppable god.”

I’m already itching to duel katanas again, so I’ll make this as quick as I am in bed & hopefully return for a more thorough review at a later date. Suffice it (for now) to say that fans of clever quick roguelikes are in for a treat. Fans of beautiful pixel art are also in for a treat. Fans of violence & gore are similarly in for a chunky, oozing treat.

Real player with 112.3 hrs in game

Tallowmere 2: Curse of the Kittens on Steam

Chef Chen

Chef Chen

《Chef Chen》 is a cooperative multiplayer game, where you can cook the monsters in the fantasy world with many adventures and enjoy the food together. Currently the game supports up to 4 players (Local) and Steam Remote Play. Let’s work together and make delicious dishes!

Chef Chen came to the fantasy world by chance. He encounters a group of hungry animals, and sees monster bodies everywhere. With Chef Chen’s excellent cooking skill, he turns the monsters into delicious dishes! That saves his animal friends who were almost starved to death and it replenishes their strength and magic power so that they can continue the journey of adventure.

Would you like to sit down with your friends and have a nice meal? Play the role of Chef Chen and use your talent and team up with your friends to defeat the monsters. Let’s cook a good meal together, and then enjoy the gourmet.

Turn monsters into delicious dishes

Support up to 4 players to cook together

Use the skills to overcome challanges

Chef Chen on Steam

Gravity Heroes

Gravity Heroes

Excellent game. Lots of variety of character and scenarios. It brings an innovative gameplay. congratulations, I indicated to all my friends.

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

Target Audience: Those looking for a unique shooter with friends to play with


Gravity Heroes is one of those games that has an interesting concept on the surface that actually does live up to how you’d want it to play out in terms of gameplay. The ability to move gravity does help a lot here without being overly powerful….as long as you use it correctly and skillfully. You’ll struggle a tiny bit at first as your brain needs a period of time to sorta “reset” how it thinks, but if you adapt, you’ll be matrix dodging and zooming across the map and dealing with the interesting problems put before you in level design and enemy placement. The game is easy to follow and look at for the most part and enemies have clear attack animations and readable tells, even if you end up running into them with the chaos of everything around you.

Real player with 2.7 hrs in game

Gravity Heroes on Steam



I played this game for over 60 hours on PS4, getting every achievement (currently the same achievements on both platforms).

Skip this first paragraph if you want to get straight to pros, cons, and opinion

N++ is a simple in concept minimalistic 2d platformer. Guide your character, the ninja, avoiding various traps, obstactles, and fall damage in search of riches. (gold coins scattered throughout levels). The ninja can wall jump and move in any direction. Every level has at least one door switch that opens a door to the end of the level. Navigate to that open door to finish a level. There are between 2000 and 2500 total official levels in three modes called Co-op, race, and solo mode ranging from easy/tutorial scaling up to the extremely challenging. All of these modes consist of episodes that have a pack of 5 levels together. As time passes in a level the score counts down. When that score hits 0 the ninja explodes and must start the level over. The time is additive in every episode. Collecting gold adds time. After beating an episode, it is possible to select levels individually. There are global leaderboards for every individual level and episode as well as friend leaderboards and replays for every best personal score. There is an in-game editor where players can make and play community made levels.

Real player with 491.5 hrs in game

N has been a series I’ve followed since around 2006, where I would secretly play it during class. The game was pretty special back then since it was made in flash, yet it was so well made and content rich that it could of passed as a AAA title at the time. Flash forward to 2016 with the release of N++ and it still holds strong as being one of the best platformers out there.

N++ is the best version of N, being the most polished and content rich of the series, but what makes this game truely special is something that has existed since the first version of N, that being its very well executed movement mechanics. N was a game that focused purely on platforming, there’s basically no story, no abilities, no player gimmicks, no killing enemies (they’re are plenty of enemies to kill you however). It’s just you and your ability to run, jump and wall jump.

Real player with 420.1 hrs in game

N++ (NPLUSPLUS) on Steam

Trap Tag

Trap Tag

Trap Tag is a fast paced, exciting and fun local multiplayer game with a variety of silly characters to choose from.

Get your friends together, select your characters and battle to become the ultimate tag champion. Use traps to trip up your rivals whilst rocking out to a heart pounding soundtrack. Trap tag requires at least one controller to play but also supports keyboard and mouse.

Trap Tag is made by Blossom Studios, a small independent game studio making a series of experimental games.

Trap Tag on Steam

Couch Monsters

Couch Monsters

I can highly recommend this game. I had a lot of fun playing it with my boyfriend and friends. The game has a very cute artstyle and the puzzles are great. The levels vary from easy to difficult, so the game keeps challenging you (in a good way) and never gets boring.

If you are looking for an uplifting game to play with your folks, couch monsters is for you!

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

I had a lot of fun playing the game together with my girlfriend!

There are really great puzzles in this game, any Portal player will probably love it and be familiar with the mechanic even though it is definitely a different take on it! ;)

I also love that there are so many interaction possibilities between the two players (being able to swap to try the other half of the choreography, as well as the little idle animations, as well as the “showing tool”).

I really recommend this game if you have someone you like to solve puzzle with. :)

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Couch Monsters on Steam

Kungfu Cowboy

Kungfu Cowboy

I stumbled upon KFCowboy when I was browsing Steam for new games to play. The game title first caught my attention because it sounded unique and funny and the game looked quite fun from the trailer too.

I would best describe the game as a mix of Celeste-like platforming with bullet-hell action of Enter The Gungeon. You’re constantly fighting enemies and dashing thru spiked platforms while avoiding getting hit. The gameplay is quite challenging, but I like that the runs are fairly short so it never feels tiring when going for another one. You gain exp the more you play and you are able to unlock new weapons with exp. Each weapon has it’s own unique boosts and you are able to stack different ones together to create different builds so it adds a lot of depth and replayability. The enemy variety is great and there’s even some friendly NPCs that you meet along the way that help you out. Also, the music in the game SLAPS. It’s catchy and has a western/Chinese vibe to it.

Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

Great game to play with friends. You can choose to play the roguelike run mode (PVE) or arena style shooter mode (PVP). The run mode is pretty chill and it took me and my friends a couple of hours to beat the game. We unlocked hard mode, which is the regular mode but ON STEROIDS. The platforming and enemies are way harder, but I quite like the challenge. Each weapon has their own unique upgrades which makes the game play very differently from run to run. The PVP arena mode is so much fun too. It’s definitely a lot more fun the more people you have so I recommend playing with at least 4 players. There’s online matchmaking, but I think the player base is still quite small so I wasn’t able to matchmake with other players. I highly suggest grabbing this game with a few buddies for the PVP.

Real player with 10.7 hrs in game

Kungfu Cowboy on Steam

Koala Kids

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Koala Kids is a perfect example of how a few simple ideas can be expanded upon and create an amazing game. Koala Kids is a game that knows what it wants to do and does that brilliantly. It’s not trying to be a crazy difficult 2D platformer or the world’s biggest game. It tries to be a charming and engaging platformer that makes you think at times and is the perfect game to play at the end of a long day. The game introduces a handful of items that each have their own use, and the game does a fantastic job of introducing how to use these items and then builds levels that allow you to use these items with each other. The soundtrack for this game is phenominal as well, it honestly had me bumping my head throughout the duration of me 100% the single player game. By completing levels and collecting money you unlock things that slowly fill up the “hub” i guess with a koala band, a house, and a garden, and it adds so much charm to an already charming game. This game is absolutely worth your time, and I highly recommend it.

Real player with 7.8 hrs in game

I mean, it’s koalas. Who doesn’t like koalas, huh? Unless they’re wet of course but you won’t encounter that in this game. In this game, there are only wholesome house-building, music-playing, society-saving florist koalas. ;)

I’ve got this game for half the price ‘cause I had a coupon, so why not give it a try? Oy me, I can’t believe I’ve spent 7 hours on this game! It’s actually kinda fun if you just want to chill. The puzzle part is not exactly challenging, so you can turn your brain off for the most part but I didn’t really even expect it to be - it looks like a game you could play with your small kiddo (and looking at the other reviews, folk does so and very much enjoys it). I got neither offspring, nor friends that I’d love to come over for a swell local coop experience right now, so I got my coop achievements along with slowly acquiring the knowledge of how to fluently play for both characters at the same time, cool thing if you ever wanna start playing the piano - and that’s a fair deal for those 70 eurocents or even the full price of €1.6!

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

Koala Kids on Steam