Oplitak is a game that combines various game mechanics such as 2D platforms and 2D shooters.

The combination of cartoon-style graphics, dynamic gameplay and easter eggs make the game attractive to both young and old school gamers.


Kid is an 18 years old guy who one day he was washing his clothes in the washing machine and after that he took a little nap… When he woke up his clothes has disappeared… Kid underwent a 4 million dollar surgery to implant an experimental prosthesis in his arm to able shoot laser beams and other bullets… Everything to defeat the bad boys who stolen his clothes…

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Oplitak on Steam

Big Fish

Big Fish

Lucky me has the dubious honour of writing the first review for Big Fish.

Big Fish is an early access 2D top down retro pixel brawler/maze negotiation game. In terms of gameplay it’s a ripoff of the first chapter of Spore/the Sparkle series, as you control a top down fish thing and swim around and collect upgrades that give you different enhancements. Following on from the Spore ripoff, in later stages of the game you jump out onto land, but instead of a 3D brawler you get (sigh), a 2D retro pixel platformer stage.

Real player with 0.0 hrs in game

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Big Fish on Steam


This is the father of all naval games, yes it may be grindy but that’s all MMOs.


FANTASTIC ship customization(no custom paints or skins but you can fully customize your weapon load, ammo, etc)

Friendly graphics that are still appeasing but easy on low end PCs

Great sounds/music

Sim-cade gameplay (combines realistic and arcady style of play) You can choose if you want to set your gun angles by ourself instead of the auto aim function, along with things like belt armour, deck armour, etc.

Huge selection of ships in which some can be remodeled into more powerful or different ships of it’s class (ex: The Admiral Hipper CA can be remodeled to Prinz Eugen)

Real player with 217.7 hrs in game

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Do i enjoy the game? YES!

Old vet since start of the game and played nfeu later on. Now back thanks to steam.


  • arcade style battles (quick)

  • low demands on pc requirements (to low for todays standards)

  • diverse community

  • games 24/7 cause people from the whole world are in 1 server (does have lag when chinese play )

  • for old players its mostly the nostalgic value that counts.


  • The game is so old that you cant run fullscreen unless you force it through your monitor

  • alot of crashing (not for me personally)

Real player with 110.4 hrs in game




In B.I.O.T.A., take control of a commando unit sent to investigate a mining colony that ceased all communication. Survive in 10 completely different environments packed with mutant monsters and deadly traps with the help of a multitude of guns and various crafts, including a mech, a sub and a starship.


It’s year 21XX. You command the Gemini 2 team - a commando unit made up of tough war veterans commissioned by the V-corp, a mega mining corporation. Your task: shed light on strange events that are happening on Frontier Horizon - a small isolated asteroid squeezed in between Mars and Jupiter, and housing a mining station owned by the V-corp.

A new biological organism recently found on the surface of the asteroid, known as “the agent” is able to interact with every element of an ecosystem and change it at its will, taking full control of the organisms. Most of the mineworkers have mutated into horrible monsters, and the scientific team who made this discovery has taken refuge in the tunnels below Frontier Horizon.

Take control of the Gemini II squad by choosing your favourite hero from 8+ and swapping them as needed during this adventure. Explore the sprawling Gemini complex, now home to hostile alien life forms, a multitude of trap-filled corridors, and use all the tools at your disposal - including a bipedal fully-armed mech, offensive submarine and a starfighter class spaceship, among others.

The Retro

All the charm of retro gaming (with breathing signified by two pixels shifting) with the modern-day convenience of saving anywhere, the ability to swap palettes at any time, and a tune so chippy you’ll want to add it to a mixtape for your friends

The Look

Choose your favorite palette from more than 60 available 4-color styles for the most authentic retro feel, and swap each palette as you see fit in the glorious 8-bit visuals

The Aliens

Fight 40+ vicious degenerated monsters from simple, but huge mutated hornets, armed shield sentries to lethal infecting xenoshifters

The Guns

Utilize numerous upgrades and unique unlockable weapons for each character to find the one that suits you the most - be it a sniper-friendly high powered rifle, buckshot loaded shotgun and powerful hand cannon

The Stress Relief

Stress-free rescue system; rest assured that at any moment of the adventure a dedicated key will allow you to save the game and virtually never have to repeat parts already completed

The Exploration

Features a many variations to the classic on-foot gameplay: while exploring you will be able to control a submarine, pilot a mech, a shuttle, jump into a chasm and swing on a rope and pilot the mythical Pegasus, the Gemini II team’s ship

B.I.O.T.A. on Steam

Fish Heads

Fish Heads

RoboPirates are under the sea harvesting pearls and muckin’ up the place with their Not Quite Spent Toxic Energy Cells. Worse yet, they’ve cut off Fish Boy’s head and stuck it on one of their Robo-Contraption Suits. He now must race across the ocean floor collecting the not quite spent toxic energy cells to keep his body going. Perhaps if he also manages to steal away some of those pearls he can buy a better Robo-Contraption body. Better get running before you run out of juice!

What is Fish Heads?

Fish Heads is a fast paced infinite runner game with a zany style reminiscent of the cartoon TV shows from the late 90s and early 2000s.

What is Fish Boy doing about it?

As Fish Boy, the player continues their run so long as they collect the Not Quite Spent Toxic Energy Cells from the ocean floor.

Robo-Contraption Shop is open for business!

Fish Boy also snags those precious pearls from the RoboPirates. Use them to purchase custom Robo-Contraption Suit parts at the Contraption Shop.

Fish Heads, Fish Heads, Rollie Pollie Fish Heads?

And have we mentioned all the other Fish Heads we have in stock? Cash in those pearls and attach them to whatever Robo-Contraption Suit you like.

Keeping score are we?

Yes! Jump over pits, sharks, squid, icky bobbit worms, and more, just keep grabbing those Not Quite Spent Toxic Energy Cells! Compare your score with friends, family, and the world at large.

Who, how, & why?

Fish Heads was created by QuadraTron Game with the help of an incredibly talented team of interns during the pandemic summer of 2020. We’re all super proud to have had the opportunity to get Fish Heads out into the world and have some fun running till we can’t run no more.

Fish Heads on Steam

Fish Glutton

Fish Glutton

You are Fish Glutton.  Eat as many fish as you can while defeating monster bosses who will stop at nothing to keep you hungry. Beware of the evil red laced fish that kill on contact. 

This game brings up an experience full of digital homemade art and music where you will be able to discover a great variety of fish, monsters and hand-drawn underwater landscapes as you progress through the entire game.

During all the levels in the game, you will be controlling Fish Glutton, a clown fish, driving him through different 2D landscapes full of different fish and monsters. Depending on the fish edges color, you should eat it by touching it, or avoid it by not touching it or not letting them touch you(refer to the legend/map below).

Fish Glutton on Steam

We Need To Go Deeper

We Need To Go Deeper

1. Amazing soundtrack that fits the atmosphere of the game completely. Which counts for battle and management of the ship into starting and or in between a adventure.

2. Anything game-breaking is immediately fixed usually by the awesome developers who spend so much of their time burning their eyes on the screen just to hear everyones suggestions and reports out.

3. Active developers in the community speaking and having conversation with the community in which they take ideas on from. (not that they need to, they’re not obligated to always respond or do work for everyone)

Real player with 392.3 hrs in game

This game is so much fun. When you have even one other human to play it with, it is a comedy of errors as you try to manipulate your ship (which steers like a cow at the best of times, and a rock most of the time) into the depths of the Living Infinite, discovering all sorts of crazy new weapons and costumes along the way.

When you have even one other human.

It SAYS it’s playable single player, but that’s absolutely laughable. You can fill your submarine with a crew of bots that will nominally do things like slam their weakest wrenches against the holes in your ship or fire at every small enemy on your screen (even if it’s something you SHOULDN’T BE FIRING AT, like the totem that will spawn a ghost if you shoot at it but is perfectly safe if you steam gently past it)… but they won’t help you if you want a turn on the shooty shooty guns and want someone else to steer your yellow submarine. Nor will they help you bust through walls in your caving adventures if you happened to be holding an item that does not damage walls (like the chemistry set).

Real player with 214.0 hrs in game

We Need To Go Deeper on Steam

Pearls of the Oceans

Pearls of the Oceans

Love to see small studios making a solid first entry into the world.

Fun game, tight controls, please fix the leaderboard scores so I can show the world how to clean the oceans!

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Pearls of the Oceans on Steam