Find the cubs

Find the cubs


Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

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Unfortunately NO!

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Find the cubs on Steam

The Corridor: On Behalf Of The Dead

The Corridor: On Behalf Of The Dead

I truly enjoyed playing this game. The atmosphere was what kept me going to explore and discover more of what was going on here. If you liked playing Observer and Soma this game is right along those lines but with it’s own twist. It’s got a nice flavor of creepiness without resorting to jump scares to make you feel uneasy. . The ending is with a ‘to be continued’ tag and I do hope that there will be more game play to follow. Achievements are available which if you try to complete them will aid you in solving more of the mystery.

Real player with 61.0 hrs in game

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The Corridor: On Behalf Of The Dead is a story based Sci-Fi / Horror game that focuses mostly on setting a strong unsettling atmosphere while adding sci-fi elements around it.

You spend most of the game walking around exploring memories and piecing together the story. The cohesion system really works well and adds a nice survival mechanic.

Audio is relay nice too and adds a disturbing layer to the experience.


Real player with 47.4 hrs in game

The Corridor: On Behalf Of The Dead on Steam

The Museum of ThroughView

The Museum of ThroughView

There isn’t a lot to this experience but I think it would make a nice intro to what VR can do. The various displays are just scenes that have been given depth by separating the various parts kind of like a pop-up novelty greeting card, but the effect is good. The museum is very nicely done. It only took a few minutes to race around and have a quick look at most of the displays, and I don’t know about replay value, but it does seem like a great way to introduce guests and friends to the ability of VR to take you to places and let you experience some cool stuff. I’ll definitely go back in to see it in more detail.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

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The Museum of ThroughView on Steam

Anime Play Life: Unlimited

Anime Play Life: Unlimited

I won’t recommend this game at all, I do admit it has a lot of potential, but in the state its in right now I won’t recommend it. \

  • You don’t get a tutorial on the controls and how they work.

  • The clothing are clipping

  • VERY limited character costumization options.

  • Alot of weird advertising about a “Special version” download which is nowhere to be found at all.

  • No character facial expressions, such as smile, shock, suprised or happy.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

I think there is a lot of potential for this game but how it stands right now, it is not very good. The character customization was bare bones and I had to back out of character customization and reenter just to get the menus to go away so i could hit continue. Once in the game, there was no prompt to let you know what button was used for interacting. I hit numerous buttons and clicked multiple times and still could not interact with anything. Until the game advances, worth the money.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Anime Play Life: Unlimited on Steam

Fade Out

Fade Out

I played more or less 2 hours, i enjoyed the first 5 rooms, the ambient sounds are great, the graphic is cool but in a specific objects like a telephone buttons and clock it’s hard interacting properly with them.

Real player with 6.8 hrs in game

Fade Out is atmospheric VR room escape game with a twist. Every time you do something right the room changes in some way and it makes the game feel fresh and exciting. The rooms are pretty different from one another and there are clever puzzles in each of them. Puzzles are not too hard but I did spend quite a long time in the first room.


  • Creepy atmosphere with matching soundscape

  • Hard enough puzzles to be entertaining but not too hard to make you stop playing

  • If you like room escape games, then this one is for you!

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Fade Out on Steam

After The War

After The War

This game is far from great, but it’s also getting pummeled way too hard by the reviewers at this point. 11 reviews as I look at it, and 11 negative reviews. ..Not a single positive review.

It’s NOT that bad. ..Again, it’s not great or even good, but there is a TON of effort put into this game by the developer.. and there is fun to be had in it now.

Lots of small bugs, and bad textures take away from the overall experience, but I like what this developer made with this and can see his vision of the game. I hope he ignores all the negative reviews and that he still sees hope in it as I do now. If the developer puts a little more work into this game and fixes some of the minor problems, I think he’d see more positive reviews come in. A price drop to $2.99 USD is also recommended by me to help spur purchases and increase the value of this game some.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

can’t craft items at all

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

After The War on Steam



you just wanted to hang with your crush!

so how’d you end up stuck between them and your friends in your tiny dorm room watching a campy horror film?

And what happens when the movie comes to life?

This is not what you signed up for.

COME ALIVE! is a first person 2.5d mystery visual novel about a group of friends, where you play from several of their perspectives. Can you get to the bottom of why this movie has come alive? Or should you just roll with it and have fun?

  • A regular cast of normal characters

  • Definitely nobody dies ahaha

  • ~1 hour playtime

  • Original, dream-like art and music

  • Gamepad + keyboard/mouse support

  • For MacOS / Windows / Linux

COME ALIVE! on Steam

L.A. Noire

L.A. Noire

Great game with a unique premise. The facial animation is used to determine if a witness/suspect is telling the truth or lying. The voice acting is solid and the cases are based on real life cases of the era. The developers researched how police investigations were done in the 40s and it shows.

Sadly, I can’t recommend this game as you require a connection to RockStar’s Social Club. After 30+ hours of playing the game stops connecting to the SC. That means it wont' launch. I’ve reinstalled the game but still I can’t connect to the SC. Such a shame too. It was good while it lasted. I’d avoid this entirely.

Real player with 46.7 hrs in game

Buyer beware.

I have bought the Complete edition and it did indeed have all the content and DLC. However in 2019 I had to uninstall to make room for other games, and here I am in 2021 trying to reinstall it, only to find that it only gives me some of the content.

It only gives me a couple of the patrol cases and the DLC that didn’t come with the original game and I found none of the regular game levels are there at all, which is odd as I had done most of them before I had to uninstall and still have trophies for them.

Real player with 46.1 hrs in game

L.A. Noire on Steam



My Opinion is sooo 50/50

Atmospheric with a creepy vibe! Scary bits in there too-

Just check the Screenshots and when you think you like the style buy it

Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

Good Game! Atmospheric with a creepy vibe! Scary bits in there too- would recommend!

Real player with 13.0 hrs in game

Deceased on Steam



This is addicting, the good way

A great game, it has a wide variety of levels already in the game to play offline and train your skills. You will need these to break your and other peoples records. You can go bonkers with the level editor, a fabulous tool to sink in for hours and then challenge people online to beat your levels - the only limit is your imagination, and skill.

The game is challenging in just the right way to be motivating and frustrating at once. I cant recommend this game enough, espacially to people that like puzzle and physics games will be able to spend many, many hours in this.

Real player with 19.5 hrs in game

Pendelum is such a neat concept. Although I admittedly don’t have much experience with physics-based puzzle games, I’ve never played anything like it. The level design is quite good, in general. I liked the feeling of simply moving the pendulum (as it has a certain weight to it), and in trying to maintain enough height to maneuver with some precision. I decided to pick up Pendelum so that my co-op partner and I could play through the three sets of levels designed specifically for co-op play.

However, I do have a few gripes. First of all, it’s just a bit too punishing for my tastes. Levels come in sets of four, and if you don’t complete the whole set in one go, you’ll have to start again from the first one in the set (even if you’ve made it to the final level). There are also no checkpoints in the levels themselves. This omission is more forgivable - however, some of the levels are quite long. My co-op partner and I failed repeatedly on the penultimate level within the second set of co-op levels, and then put the game down until the following week. We picked it back up again, made it to the final level, but again failed repeatedly until we became exhausted with the game.

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

Pendelum on Steam