Chibi Wars Kinetic Novel

Chibi Wars Kinetic Novel

Another set of graphic novels. Not sure where they would be in the “timeline”, but still in Edo, this time with… elements of horror films. Zombies, vampires, and a demoness. Decent enough.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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Chibi Wars Kinetic Novel on Steam

Pixel Game Maker MV

Pixel Game Maker MV

It’s been a long time coming, but I’m now ready to weigh in my thoughts on Pixel Game Maker MV. I’ve been using this software since early access back in 2018.


Pixel Game Maker MV is a great game development engine for those that are not programmers, and want to be able to create either side scrolling or top down action games. It’s got enough for a single person development operation to chew on here to create the game you want to create in the way you want it created; bearing in mind that you operate within the program’s limits. If programming/scripting is outside your reach (or if it’s something you can do), this is a great engine that has the potential to be amazing as long as the developers continue with updates & performance improvements. There are assets and DLC that is available at the time of writing for you to get a jump on a concept quickly, but there are no asset standards (outside of keeping things divisible by 2) to conform with.

Real player with 2587.5 hrs in game

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I’ll begin this review with I’m 36, not 16. I have no illusions about making a game and distributing it for gain. This is a hobby for me and that is the perspective I write this review from. I have a day job. I moonlight as a hobby pixel artist, and that drives me to dev software to have fun with, and bring it to life.

I began with RPG Maker MV as my first dip into game dev software. I do not have a desire to learn to code so that software was more interesting to me compared to more advanced engines. After years in RMMV I felt the want for more control from the ground up, and not be boxed in by hard limitations from the software, and the need for plugins to break through those hard limitations. Pixel Game Maker MV grants me that feeling. I did not feel like the learning curve to get going on a project was difficult, even without a large database of video tutorial content on YouTube at the time.

Real player with 1866.7 hrs in game

Pixel Game Maker MV on Steam

Hotel Renovator: Prologue

Hotel Renovator: Prologue


Build the hotel of your dreams! You’ll welcome guests from all over the world. Use your starting cash to rebuild and furnish as many rooms as possible.

Create a place that smacks the golden age, a new exclusive hotel. As you go through the next stages of the game, you’ll design rooms, decorate the rest of the hotel and invest in new amenities. Get that 5-star review!


Tear it down and build it back up

Tear down that old wallpaper and pull up the panel flooring, bust through walls, and put new ones up wherever you want. It’s up to you how you want to design the layout: one-person rooms, two-person rooms, or even bigger. Each decision will influence who comes to your hotel.

Furnish the rooms

Buy furniture or restore old pieces. Choose from a wide variety. Watch out for discount pricing that can save you a ton of money. Decorate the rooms in your style. The higher standard you maintain, the more money you can earn. Remember that you need to clean up after your guests and repair any damages to the rooms.


Invest in the amenities and attractions at your hotel. Raise the standards and become the best hotelier in town. Buy an old swimming pool or restaurant in order to attract more guests! Make sure you get 5-star reviews from each of them.

Read reviews

Each of your guests can leave a review. If you don’t clean up the rooms or don’t make repairs to damage left behind, then your guests will leave bad reviews. If you can make a great impression, you’ll get 5-star reviews and you can expect to have more customers too. Remember that each of your guests can turn out to be a secret critic.

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Hotel Renovator: Prologue on Steam

Color by Number - Medieval Portrait

Color by Number - Medieval Portrait

Color by Number - Medieval Portrait is an addictive anti-stress pixel art game. Choose from a variety of fun pixel images and follow the numbers to bring them to life. Pixel Coloring has never been this easy!


• Lots of amazing artworks

• Easy coloring: Enjoy intuitive design and smooth performance of coloring book

• Long press to color continuously which make coloring and drawing more easily.

• Easily color any image you want!

Coloring has never been easier! Just relax and color by Color by Number - Medieval Portrait!

Color by Number - Medieval Portrait on Steam

Otem’s Defiance

Otem’s Defiance

Once I started playing this game, I barely played anything else for the week and a half it took me to finish it.

It’s fun, challenging, colorful, charismatic and addictive. Got me cursing and retrying the same level tons of times, but also thrilled when I managed to dodge a volley of bullets at just 1 HP, double jump and hit that damn Ringod in its bullseye-thingy.

Extra props for the great OST, the charming visuals and the cool comic-like cutscenes.

Real player with 20.6 hrs in game

Ok, I’m a story-driven type of gamer, but my gf really like platforms and fast-paced-games, and since I was selected to be beta tester I took the opportunity and told her to try Otem’s Defiance with me… And I actually got involved with the story background of the game, quite a lot more than expected (nostalgia bonus, the intro actually took me to OoT, and that’s a major thing to be compared to). I’ve put a few hours into the game just to find out what happen with Otem and the village and the EFFING gods. Le gf and I play it, and we almost kill each other about each kill, each mistake XD 10/10 perfect couple therapy.

Real player with 14.0 hrs in game

Otem's Defiance on Steam



Excellent game.

Real player with 10.4 hrs in game

I’ve played for a little over two hour straight now and I can definitely say it’s a good game

Real player with 7.3 hrs in game

Aviano on Steam

ABC Flappy

ABC Flappy

This is an educational game. It was designed to literate children in a fun and interesting way. Learn how to spell and assemble words to unlock prizes. You can trace and colour the letters of the alphabet too. Swoop deeply into this amazing adventure alongside Albert, the eager for knowledge bird, flying through the many levels to save his silly friends while learning the alphabet and the very first rules of grammar.

One thing is for granted : You will not get to the end of this journey without learning how to write and read !

ABC Flappy on Steam



Gameguru is a rough-around-the edges, cheap, underpowered game engine. It is a spiritual successor to TGC’s previos successful endeavor: FPS Creator. FPS creator was a dream come true for wanna-be mappers and newbie game designers wanting to create their own simple little first person experiences. It worked well enough for what it was, had a super active community, and lots of mods, an easy-to-learn custom scripting language, and many successful games were made with it.

FPS Creator reloaded promised to be the upgrade everyone wanted from FPS Creator. It was gonna feature all next gen graphical features, a bigger map editor, and in general more freedom and ability. This was proposed on kickstarter where it didn’t meet it’s exorbitant asking donation, so it later was rebranded and came out as GameGuru.

Real player with 650.3 hrs in game

Yeah, okay, GameGuru doesn’t have the best graphics around, but they have a specific look to it, so there’s that. Making the graphics look as good as UE4 and Unity however, is practically impossible. But that’s not my point, my point is GameGuru’s graphics are good enough for making games for the hecc of it.

The engine is editable to certain extents, but not really enough for hardcore coders and developers. Again, this is an engine made more for the fun of it. Making some nice $$$ is possible, but not too easy.

Real player with 387.7 hrs in game

GameGuru on Steam

Ink Plane

Ink Plane

The game is fine. I enjoyed my experience with it.

It is clear that the developer put a lot of effort in the art style. The airplanes, ships and tanks were lovely crafted. Also, the option to play with the “day or night” background was another example of how much attention was put to the art style.

I loved the classical music of the levels, and the sound effects of the game were OK, too.

The only thing that prevents me from giving it a perfect score is that the game was too short. I mean, the levels are challenging and well designed, but it only took me 1 hour to beat the game with day and night background, even if that was only a cosmetic change. However, I think that, for being the first project ever by the developer, it was a nice job.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

Good game, i enjoyed it.

Could not stop until i reached the end of all 3 levels.

Lasted 81 minutes lol, but still a descent game for the price.

maybe the levels will be longer in the future, who knows.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Ink Plane on Steam

Shadow Brawlers

Shadow Brawlers

It is the best local multiplayer i’ve played so far, and i’m a big fan of the genre. I think this game deserves much more atention. The animation is flawless, the fxs are from other world, the dynamics of the matches and how you can play in the ranking screen and kill your friends there just adds all the fun. The weapons and power-ups add great value to the game. I’m glad i can easily configure which ones i want to play with and the kind of match. Overall an indie hidden masterpiece.

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

This game checks all the boxes, it is fun, looks amazing, and has a lot of replay value.

The transition from light to dark shadows allows for this amazing feeling of being a ninja in the shadows hunting down your other opponents. When you find that perfect time where you see them expose their position and you pop out and take the shot has such a unique great feel.

I can’t say enough about how this game looks, I have always been a huge fan of this minimalist comic book art style and they hit it right on in this game. From the color pallets being a perfect muted set of colors to the explosion of high contrast colors during events this is a thrill to even view.

Real player with 6.5 hrs in game

Shadow Brawlers on Steam