合成大西瓜 | Big watermelon

合成大西瓜 | Big watermelon

Big watermelon is a very interesting and exciting game, which is very popular with many players. Let’s see if you can successfully merge watermelon. It has a certain difficulty.

Move your fingers to see if you can successfully complete the challenge, the fun of randomness waiting for you to experience, so just play it, come and join Big watermelon!

The game is a bit like 2048, two fruits of the same size can be made into a bigger fruit, and finally can be made into a big watermelon!

The whole thing is simple, but the falling fruits are random, so you need to arrange them according to the falling fruits,

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合成大西瓜 | Big watermelon on Steam

3dSen PC

3dSen PC

3DSen is one of the greatest emulators I have ever used. Keep in mind that this emulator does not come with roms, you will need to provide those yourself. This emulator works great I haven’t encountered any graphical glitches or slow down. The 3D looks really good too. It really looks and feels 3D, and it only uses the rom of the game your playing. There are a least 70 games that support 3D, just link a rom to the correct profile and you’re ready to go. The 2D mode works well too. If a game doesn’t have 3D support yet you can load the game in 2D mode. 2D mode allows you to play the game in it’s original 2D pixels. I tried games that don’t support 3D and they work great. They run at full speed and graphics look great. I even tried mods like SMB Peach Edition. I recommend running these in 2D mode so it doesn’t cause issues with the SMB 3D profile. I haven’t tested SMB mods with the 3d profile. In the end I can’t recommend this emulator enough.

Real player with 21.6 hrs in game

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For someone who grew up with NES and games like Zelda, Mario, Mega Man and Faxanadu and who still plays those classics occasionally, this little piece of emulator software seemed very intriquing from the day I heard about, which was way before the launch day. I participated to beta testing, so my time with it is much more than that almost 8 hours that Steam shows. I have to mention that I’m also a big fan of stereoscopic gaming and Nvidia’s 3D Vision, so when I got 3DSen to work in stereoscopic 3d it was like a dream come true: Finally I got to play those childhood classics the way I play games these days!

Real player with 11.2 hrs in game

3dSen PC on Steam

Monster Dice

Monster Dice

Unable to play with friends. Lan option doesn’t work. This is critical! Explain how the game works more concisely as the wording is very off and confusing. The bugs are numerous. I do not recommend this right now. Definitely a Dungeon Dice Monsters' concept which could be great. Play Yu-Gi-Oh Dungeon Dice Monsters and use that formula. This is a great concept but it gets boring fast. Needs a lot of work. Not worth the $1.20 right now but it will be. Good start but keep going.

What this game needs:

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

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Needs more work. Opponent can not summon any monsters. Only way to win is to use only lvl 1 monsters so you can summon enough to get to your opponent. Needs multiplayer. When volume is changed in settings, it always ends up on default 60% which is way too loud.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Monster Dice on Steam

Hidden Caves

Hidden Caves

Nah, this ain’t fun. The same song ooooover and over and not just in this game, in all of the other versions as well. The same song. The same one. Not to mention it isn’t fun. Not at all. I gave it a chance, I played until I won which was 16 minutes. Don’t waste your time or money, I’ve already done that for you. :)

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

A small picture on which you need to find an object displayed in the upper left corner. There’s absolutely no value here; finished it in 4 minutes. What makes this even worse is that your goal is always choosen from a pool of 4 or 5 items. Very repetitive!

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Hidden Caves on Steam



This game is one of the most advanced monopoly rip offs in the world.

With stunning graphics this game is truly unbeatable,

The game physics with dice rolls is superb.

I have thousands of hours in this game as you can see by the… Wait.. 57 minutes? Thats a bug don’t mind that.

The community in this game is awesome and the servers work flawlessly.

Definitely worth the £79 for this game.


Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

this game is bad like really bad. you buy it download it then trobbleshoot everyone trying to join for about 30 minutes then the next 20 minutes trying to figure how to play the damn game. do not buy this broken and badly made game

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Monopolka on Steam

Drynk: Board and Drinking Game

Drynk: Board and Drinking Game

Game did not work. Uninstalled and re-downloaded and a bunch of other things to trouble shoot , still just a black screen.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Drynk: Board and Drinking Game on Steam

Hashi: Light

Hashi: Light

Hashiwokakero or Hashi for short is the original name of the puzzle game

Great for any person who loves puzzle games, I personally love puzzle games, although there are no achievements currently, it’s still rather enjoyable, this is the first time I actually came across this style of game, so I had to give it a try immediately, I’ve played other similarly line grid games, just not based on grid/bridge functions

Gameplay: Each number represents it’s own island, where you draw lines aka bridges to each other, an island can only have up to a maximum of 2 bridges, each island must be connected with the same number of bridges as it’s number (ex. #7 will need 7 lines/bridges connected to it before it is correct), bridges cannot intersect each other as well as can only be connected via horizontal/vertical means never diagonal, also every island must be 1 whole grid of connection, nothing can be separated at all

Real player with 18.3 hrs in game

Hashi: Light is based on Hashiwokakero, a logic puzzle meaning “Build Bridges”. This one features 1,200 levels. There are five difficulty settings and five pastel backgrounds. You can listen to chill music, in a variety of resolutions including full-screen and window mode. There’s an option to disable the timer, and undo and redo to your hearts content. The developer recently added a feature which checks for disconnected islands.

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

Hashi: Light on Steam

Number Game:24 Points

Number Game:24 Points

You may have heard something about ‘24 points’ which is a table game.

It is popular around the world for a long time.

Nobody knows who invented it or developed it.

The game is quite simply (or difficultly) for you to make the expression equal to 24 by using plus,minus,multiply,divide!

It is suitable for everyone to play it!

Number Game:24 Points is now accessible!Play it now!

Number Game:24 Points on Steam

Spherical Trilogy

Spherical Trilogy

The idea of the game is simple … push the spheres onto the finishing locations (signified by orange squares on the floor) at which point they will turn green … the level is complete when all the spheres have been turned green.

Does that sound easy? Maybe it is, but sometimes looks can be deceiving. The spheres can only be pushed, one at time, and never pulled. Every level you complete gains you an extra “reset” (you start a new game with 2).

The game contains 300 levels (plus 3 introductory “very easy” levels), split equally between the 3 parts (use the arrow buttons at the top of the screen to select which part you want to play) … it may take some time to complete them all.

Spherical Trilogy on Steam

Deported 2: Build That Wall

Deported 2: Build That Wall

Agent Grump is back, and ready to fight the endless battle against those forces trying to flood earth with illegal space aliens. This time, Agent Grump’s nemesis has grown even stronger, and it is up to you to help him carry out his mission to BUILD THAT WALL, and Make Earth Great Again. Like it’s predecessor, it is packed with contemporary political satire, it’s easy to learn and fun to play. Not for the easily butthurt.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

I’ve been wracking my brain for about 2 weeks tring to figure out how to review the game without simply saying “it’s more of the same” (that’s lazy), however that does seem to be the fact of the matter. Level progression (enemy types are the same; speed goblins at level 2, the seekers, the diehards, etc) are about the same as the first one but the map layouts are different. So rest assured that you’re not playing the same game twice. Still a short game that can be completed in under an hour. I still find the comedy still enjoyable, with the game’s story continuing the narrative of political satire that surrounds Ronald J Grump and Killary and the hilarity that ensued from 2016.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Deported 2: Build That Wall on Steam