Orlando Theme Park VR - Roller Coaster and Rides

Orlando Theme Park VR - Roller Coaster and Rides

Experienced on the Oculus Rift

You can view my puking here: https://youtu.be/RLKc9RHl0bQ

So the best part about this game, and the reason why it may be worth a free download, is because you can give everyone a facial. No, get your mind out of the gutter. I’m talking about puke. You can puke on everyone and everything. You can aim for the head, body, feet, grass, whatever you’re into. Puke as much as you want. Eat some cotton candy.

You can also ride the ferris wheel for free. And a train. Walk around the park, puking and demo-ing the other rides. The demos take about 10-40 seconds. If you actually want to experience the full rides, each and everyone one of them, you’ll have to pony up $34.94 USD. LOL, yeah, I’m not kidding. Everything I have said so far is true about this game.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

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Pretty disappointing. I love amusement parks so I was hoping this would be interesting but there are a ton of problems that need fixing before anyone should be expected to pay money for this.

  1. The game runs very poorly on my i7-9700k and RTX 2080S and nothing should run poorly on this computer. (Edit 8/30 - As of the latest patch, performance is greatly improved but still not perfect. Every 3 seconds like clockwork the game hitches slightly as if a process is updating that really isn’t optimized well enough. All of the below feedback also still applies.)

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Orlando Theme Park VR - Roller Coaster and Rides on Steam

Worms Ultimate Mayhem

Worms Ultimate Mayhem

After hundreds of hours and over 10 years, I figured it’s about time I sit down and write a review for this masterpiece in gaming history. This gem holds a very special place in my heart, and it will forever be one of my all-time favorite games. To me, this is Team17’s magnum opus. It doesn’t get any better than this. It is the reason I first began to engage with the Steam community years ago when I created the Worms Ultimate Mayhem Militia with my brother, and it’s the reason I have hundreds of friends on Steam today. To put it quite simply, Worms Ultimate Mayhem isn’t just a game, it’s one of my passions. I know the new Rumble has beautiful graphics and a much larger playerbase, and the 2D games like Armageddon are beloved and often regarded as best, but in my humble opinion this is the greatest Worms game there is.

Real player with 362.6 hrs in game

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Worms 3D + Worms 4 Mayhem together, with remastered graphics? Awesome!

All is good, good except the lack of effort put into it.

I almost feel like they were doing something good but quit half-way because deadlines or something, they didn’t even do much follow up after release besides patching game-breaking bugs that didn’t allow people to play at all. If I’m recalling correctly the beta correctly, they were trying to put the teleporter utility back in, but ended up not for who knows what reason (although I never got to play it at that time personally due to game launching bugs, so I watched someone else also in the beta who could).

Real player with 176.7 hrs in game

Worms Ultimate Mayhem on Steam

Catch the Thief, If you can!

Catch the Thief, If you can!

This is a fun little game with room for improvement. It’s like playing cops & robbers as a kid…


Enjoy :)

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

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I think this will shape up to be an adorable game.

It brings out that arcade, old school gaming in you.

The graphics are adorable, the sound and music just plain fun.

Currently it is in early access, and needs some tweaking here and there.

I found the PC controls very awkward, and perhaps a controller is the way to go for this game. The time frame for winning a match is very hard, but could have been down to my inability to control using mouse and keyboard.

Overall, with a controller I think this would be a hoot, and challenging.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Catch the Thief, If you can! on Steam

The LEGO® Movie - Videogame

The LEGO® Movie - Videogame

Not only was the movie awesome, but the game was as well!

This is coming from a person who grew up with Lego and it’s games, so it makes sense that another lego game would be another one of my favorites now, making this part a very biased review of it. But this one in particular was extra special to me since I absolutly LOVED the movie since the trailers came out to it’s release in theaters. Graphics, gameplay, and technical bugs aside, the overall atmosphere of the “LEGO MOVIE” universe is insanley appealing to me with it’s viberant colors and use of almost everything made entirely out of Lego bricks made into incredibly awesome designs. Great characters and plot for a Lego based game/movie. It also had a great soundtrack to it, which is barely mentioned by others. Despite other crowd opinion being almost opposite to mine, I still rate this as one of the BEST Lego games from my personal standing, able to look past some of it’s flaws in gameplay.

Real player with 25.0 hrs in game

In short, is the game good?

Yes, it’s very good.

Is it worth my time and money?

Yes it is. Although, if you’re having doubts about paying full price, I’d strongly suggest to wait for a -50% sale.

Is this game for anyone?

Yes. The game can be enjoyed by both kids and adults.

Linear, open-world or something else?

The game uses hub worlds which house connected, individual levels. Very reminiscent of late 90s platformer games. There’s a lot of stuff to do in each hub world and the connected levels. Expect around 10-13 hours of playtime to reach the ending and around 20-24 hours to 100% the game.

Real player with 24.5 hrs in game

The LEGO® Movie - Videogame on Steam



First time playing in 2021 and it is still worth it!

Real player with 22.0 hrs in game

its style is timeless

its gameplay IS NOT


Real player with 19.1 hrs in game

Psychonauts on Steam

Planet B24

Planet B24

A friend of mine gifted this to me, i thought this was just going to be just a distraction from life, to bury away my sorrow and get distracted for a while, yet this game changed my life. I started to grow new hobbies and things to look forward to. I started a diet, lost up to 20 kilos, and began to excercise everyday. Long since i’ve broken up with my girlfriend, i have learned to move forward thanks to this game. I feel very identified and inspired by the amazing characters involved into the immersive storyline. Very thrilling was this experience, i must say, with amazing dialogue and story. Thanks to this game, i now have a motivation to keep going on with my life. As long as the path may be, i’ll keep going. Thank you Quarlelle for this masterpiece, i’m looking forward to support any other upcoming projects of yours.

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Wow Planet B24 was fun. Firstly do as devs say and press ‘E’ to ditch the bug. After that the game play opens up nicely. You need to sneak and or run around avoiding the Aliens. If they see you then you are pretty much dead. The sneaking about is pretty suspenseful and the horrible looking aliens do make you jump. It is a credit to the developers that they get tons of atmosphere without it all being dark and you needing a touch. Most of the areas are brightly lit, clinical and sinister. I have paid a shed load of money for big studio games that are no where near as much fun as Planet 24. Well done Quarlellle.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Planet B24 on Steam

Meet PIP

Meet PIP

Don’t waste your money. This game, off you can call it that, is incredibly slow and boring.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Meet PIP on Steam

Project Hacker

Project Hacker

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Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

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Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Project Hacker on Steam

Radical Heroes: Crimson City Crisis

Radical Heroes: Crimson City Crisis

What is it?

A pixel art beat’em up where you save Crimson City from an invasion.


Some of the best looking pixel art

Controls work fine

Eaasy to get into

Plenty of funny references



Sound could use some more variety (what is in the game is fine, but variety is the spice of life)


Diffilculty, or rather the lack of it:

While it is fine for a game to start off easy and then gradually tighten the screw like this one does, unfortunately it waits too long to do so.

Upgrades are available pretty early on, making things even easier in the early levels (or playsets as they are called here).

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

I have to say as a long time gamer, I love this game. It evokes a bit of nostalgia from old NES days and offers some really unique looking aesthetics.

It is early access so there are some occasional bugs and glitches but overall it’s well worth the buy and I want to see where they take things.

It has lots of playable characters that are unlocked through gameplay (as opposed to how other games do this via DLC) which really adds to my fondness for this game! I love finding secrets and unlocking skills/characters.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

Radical Heroes: Crimson City Crisis on Steam

InMind VR

InMind VR

Fun, fun game!

I don’t know what other VR games do this, but the aiming reticle and wind-up trigger in the HMD is nothing short of intoxicating! For the first time since getting the DK2, I had a sense of empowerment (read: Unfair advantage. License to pwn!) which I have never experienced before. I didn’t think that gyrating my big melon around could be an advantage, but it really does bring something to the table as far as VR is concerned. Yay, neck muscles!

Entirely too short for how much fun it is. I’m ready to pay for more! Right now, it’s like an amusement park attraction–short burst of a high-quality sensation. It reminds me of Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin or similar shooting-gallery ride, though it’s much less difficult (Cracked 50/50 on the first try!) and way more gratifying than those sorts of rides for the short time you are in there. Plus, no need for a Fast Pass!

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

Played On: HTC Vive

It’s quite possible that InMind VR was one of the very first virtual reality games of the modern era; having been released in January of 2015, over a year before consumer VR hit the market and a couple of months before the premiere of the HTC Vive. For that alone, the game should be commended, but as with all once-good things, time has faded its relevance. This title is a 10-minute long demo that features on-rails movement, and instead of using controllers players use their gaze-based movement to trigger actions.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

InMind VR on Steam