The Dark World: KARMA

The Dark World: KARMA

For some reason, you’ve returned here. Everything has become strange. Your name, your appearance, your voice, and all your memories.

Through the help of an old man, you connected with your past memories by way of a strange tape, and embarked on a journey to find your memories.

In this dark world, experience strange encounters and wade through fragmented memories. As an investigation officer, uncover the truth and find the source of all the happenings.


The player plays the game in first person.

  • Horrifying and mysterious experience: Darkness, monsters, and unusual sounds. The bizarre environment changes randomly; turn on your volume, and always be alert of your surroundings.

  • Fragmented memories: You have to pay attention to the time and space of your location. Observe and spot key personnel and events. It will help you find your way out.

  • Dive: Dive into other people’s minds and experience a familiar but foreign world. You have to find the truth and solve the puzzles surrounding your memories.

  • Gather, investigate and solve puzzles: Different events will occur during your investigation. In this game, you have to make inferences carefully. Obtain hints and report back to your corporation.


The Shrouded City

After the Leviathan Corp took over, nothing has changed for good.

A large aircraft hovers above the city, overseeing them.

This dark forbidden zone is your home.

Solve Safety Case

As a Roam investigation officer, you’re required to move at night and complete the tasks given by the corporation stealthily.

Find the key evidence to solve the problem.

Your identity is intimidating, use it to gain entry.

Strange Hallucinations

Dive into other people’s minds. Investigate and uncover the truth.

Filled with unknowns; experience the dark side.

Final Answer

You should understand that you did not return here by coincidence. The source of all these happenings is the final answer you seek to solve.

Fulfill your duty, or…

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The Dark World: KARMA 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

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COME ALIVE! on Steam

Dark Forest: The Horror

Dark Forest: The Horror

Dark Forest is a pretty good adventure horror game with decent graphics and atmospheric soundtrack.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

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Very funny short game!

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Dark Forest: The Horror on Steam



If this game ended after The end? Level I would have given it a good review but it doesn’t. The game ends after Vulcano which is a poorly designed hell compared to the rest of the game. It’s like going from easy to expert. It took me 6 hours to casually make it to the last level but since then I have spent 14 hours trying to complete Vulcano with no luck.

Real player with 20.0 hrs in game

I just fully completed the game and I can definitely say: it was absolutely worth my time, effort and money. Eggy is a fantastic 2D-platformer with intriguing physics, stunning environments and a lot of creativity.

The game can be frustrating at times, but unlike games such as Getting Over It, Eggy does have checkpoints. Everytime you make it to another checkpoint after a hard section, you feel satisfied and motivated to continue playing.

The game also truly rewards creativity. While there always is a path available to go, thinking out of the box can occasionally work in your favor and reward you with a shortcut or secret.

Real player with 14.4 hrs in game

Eggy on Steam

Bunny’s Maze

Bunny’s Maze

An interesting game, with simple gameplay that sometimes complicates, but requires little effort to find a solution.

With 3 different environments and each one with mechanics, this ends up breaking the monotony.

Low price with a few hours of fun, I like that!

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

The levels are poorly designed. The game is based around switches that alternate blocks. And the problem is that a lot of switch press sequences are forced. That is, you either have acces to only one next switch, or the other switches are very obviously pointless at current step. So most of the levels you spend more time holding down arrow keys than thinking.

Some of the levels (especially in ice world) are broken - you can ignore some of the switches and parts of the level.

There is no restart button too. But you’ll rarely need it.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

Bunny's Maze on Steam

Toree 3D

Toree 3D

For what it is and the price it is: A Geniune Mini-Masterpiece

A short-as-hell but thoroughly entertaining mini-3D Platformer. I’ve gained a lot of enjoyment from this title, and then replaying it going for those additional S ranks. The game shows you what it has to show and gets out before you can notice how limited the title really is. Despite that, it’s rewarding to master Toree as a character within the space and levels flow well feeling the perfect length. The only element I feel is under-utilised in the title is the horror element. It’s non-integral to the game to the point that I don’t think it’s even worth a spoiler warning. I played this originally through the 2021 Edition of Haunted PS1 Demo-Disc and I thought it was a blast both there and here but it definitely feels as if the horror elements were just included as a reason to include it on said disc. (That and the retro-grade aesthetics of course.)

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

Well worth the time, and certainly worth the money. Beating the game takes just short of an hour and going for all S-Ranks took me 3. It accomplishes what it sets out to do, and while it doesn’t go much further, it’s only a dollar - you can only really fault it so much :P

The only issues I really took with the game were the fact that the air fans don’t work properly on anything above 60hz, which makes 2 S-Ranks notably harder - and the horror aspects felt completely unwarranted. Starry Sky’s whole gimmick struck me as a thing that was thrown in there last second, especially considering it was never followed up on. It just feels like it’s hindering the game from being true to form, personally.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Toree 3D on Steam

Five Nights at Freddy’s 3

Five Nights at Freddy’s 3

Anothr very good sequel(and if the rumors are true,a good conclusion)

Me(along with a LOT of other people XD)were hyping up this game for literally months after 2 came out,until the game was eventually released on Steam on March 3.

I swear when this game came out and a friend gave it to me I was very near crying.

This time around,the game centers around a new Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza style building,called"Fazbear’s Fright: The Horror Attraction",30 years after the events of FNAF 2(so around 2017). The owners of the attraction are attempting to"revive the legend"from almost 40-60 years ago or so and give an authentic as possible experience to patrons.

Real player with 34.7 hrs in game

Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 is the possibly final installment in the Five Nights at Freddy’s Franchise,

And it’s possibly the best one. This game, unlike the first 2 games, gives you an actual reason to check the cameras, because it’s your only line of defense.

This time you don’t have any fancy Freddy Fazbear Mask, or power-taking doors. All you depend on is the camera.

Springtrap, the main Animatronic in Five Nights at Freddy’s, is the only animatronic you’ll see here. He’s the only one left. He will hide on the camera feeds, forcing you to spend some time on each camera, trying to find where he currently is.

Real player with 29.0 hrs in game

Five Nights at Freddy's 3 on Steam

The Entity

The Entity

The Entity: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly - a textbook case of what happens when REAL play testing is underrated and overlooked.

The Good:

+The use of a cellphone as a light source, with battery management, was a nice alternative to the standard flashlight trope.

+Use of the generator as a pseudo game timer was also somewhat unique for this genre of game.

+The interior cells and assets for the house for the most part looked decent and consistent.

The Bad:

-The couch in the basement was bright magenta (either it’s texture was corrupt or just missing altogether).

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Short but good game. I have a few gripes though, and did find some bugs:

-Sound levels are too low; I need to crank my volume up to 100% to hear anything well

-Price tag might be just a tad too much given the games length

-Personally didn’t like the enemy design, looks too much like a recycled design from the Aliens franchise

-Nowhere near dark enough; it should be pitch dark everywhere there is no light source (I did turn the vibrance setting on my card all the way up so that might explain how I was able to see through darkness so well)

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

The Entity on Steam

Bunny’s Trail

Bunny’s Trail

A simple but very nice casual memory game, the graphics are cute and colorful and It has original and relaxing music. Recomended if you like simple games to play casually and if you like cute rabbits.

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Simple. Delightful. A different reviewer caused me to buy this, and he or she was right. Training visual memory for a tiny price? Yes, please.

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

Bunny's Trail on Steam



I thought I was too young to have a heart attack but after playing this in Insane Mode, my coronary bypass surgery is booked in for next week.

Real player with 30.9 hrs in game

I still cant forget this perfect game. I’m playing since by 2014 then

i had impressive emotions, when i played for first time, its was unforgettable.

I’m sure most players layed down the game just cuz is not scary more and

all finished the game but actually is famous game and i loving her else like others…

Real player with 22.1 hrs in game

Outlast on Steam