Boson X

Boson X

I started playing this game a little over two years ago after somebody mentioned it in the comments section of a Super Hexagon video on YouTube, saying something to the effect of “If you think this game is hard, then you should try Boson X!” Having been looking for a new game to try out, I decided I might as well buy it and see what the game was all about.

Boson X quickly became my favorite game to play during downtime, such as before leaving for school or waiting to go someplace. I could play it while I was talking to friends online, while listening to music, or if I just needed to get my mind off of something, I could open the game and collide particles until I felt better.

Real player with 909.9 hrs in game

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Boson X. An fast-paced indie platformer that requires a lot of memorization of patterns to get you through.

It seems that the objective is to help two (or three if you consider a robot one) scientists discover three particles by traveling through some visual starfield. The goal is to run along blue platforms that emerge from the endless void around you, building up enough energy to spark a particle. This task, as you progress, isn’t as easy as it seems as newer stages bring forth new obstacles, may it be moving white flats, fragile red flats, thick walls, and even rings that emit electric currents. All this game really needs is mind power and complete concentration.

Real player with 12.4 hrs in game

Boson X on Steam



Biologger is a hard as nails retro platformer. Make your way through unique worlds each with a different and exciting twist. On your journey scan and research creatures to complete your logs. Biologger was developed with speedrunning in mind - how fast can you beat the game?

  • Unique mechanics for each world

  • 5+ worlds to explore and find secrets in

  • Optional collectibles will put your skills to the test

  • Unique hooking mechanic allows you go to anywhere

  • Speedrunner friendly - plan your route and try to get the best time

You are a space biologist, and you’re on your way to a new solar system to catalog new species. Unfortunately for you, your spaceship has become damaged! Now you must go from planet to planet to recover your lost ship pieces so that you can escape. Along the way, you’ll want to catalog all the creatures you run into of course. Be careful though, each planet is filled with deadly obstacles, and some of the creatures aren’t very friendly either!

Biologger is still in development! You can enjoy the demo now, but here’s a sneak peak of some of the features that will be available upon release!

  • Steam workshop - Make and share your own levels with your friends! Compete to have the best time in your own creation!

  • Leaderboards - Will you cement your name on the top of the speedrun board?

  • Full Gamepad support with fully customizable keybindings

  • Achievements

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Biologger on Steam

Definitely Sneaky But Not Sneaky

Definitely Sneaky But Not Sneaky

great game. totally worth the price. weapons feel good, tons of levels and a hoard mode, and it gets 100x better with friends. my only complaints are the lack of vsync (on linux at least, idk if the windows version has it) and I feel like the weapons system could have been pushed a bit further. I would like to see some more utilities like temporary invisibility or a dash/speed boost. A chainsaw would be cool too. I give a 9/10 considering the price.

Real player with 13.5 hrs in game

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I consider myself to be a social gamer, meaning I often don’t gravitate towards games that aren’t specifically made for multiplayer; however a friend of mine wouldn’t stop recommending Definitely Sneaky But Not Sneaky, and now I’m so glad he did. My expectations were surpassed to say the least, and I absolutely loved the Co-op aspect of it, because of how valuable teamwork can be, and how the action of “Accidentally” shooting my own teammate was never met with frustration, rather a seemingly endless hilarity that eventually became part of the game when me and my brother played together.

Real player with 10.8 hrs in game

Definitely Sneaky But Not Sneaky on Steam

Fall Tower

Fall Tower

I made a 2D action game. Aim for the top of the tower with a height of 1000m.

The player is constantly moving and flips left and right when hitting a wall. Jump in a timely manner and aim for the top.

Once you go to the point where the flag is, you will be able to return there immediately.

【Method of operation】

Only jumps. You can switch between jumping with the “jump button” or “tap the screen” in the settings. In the case of “jump button”, you can change the position of the button in the settings. You can also jump with the space key.

Fall Tower on Steam

Portal Walk

Portal Walk

Immerse yourself in an adventure between worlds in the incredible pixel platformer Portal Walk and help Eugene find his way home!

Search for keys, collect fragments of the portal, fight with a lot of difficult enemies and go to other worlds, moving through the levels!


● Hardcore Levels

● Unique Worlds

● Action Events

● Challenging Bosses

● Atmospheric Music

● Steam Achievements

● Support Game Controllers (Playstation DualShock, Xbox Wireless and other)

Indie Cup – Best Mobile Game

Pocket Gamer – 7/10, Bronze Award

Touch Arcade – Top 3 Hot Games

Portal Walk on Steam

The Last King’s Archer

The Last King’s Archer

At first I thought it would be annoying to just kill endless waves of enemies, but the use of powers and the increasingly insane different waves of enemies trapped me somehow. I believe that in some update it will be translated into other languages. I missed more items to be able to buy with the diamonds, after all, they are the great reward of the game. At the same time, the inventory is pretty cool. It would also be nice to have new scenarios instead of just changing the background colors in future updates. A good game to spend time killing hordes of enemies, but it’s a very short game, but it’s worth it.

Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

Addictive, absolutely replay-able. The game features beautifully detailing pixel artwork, a tasty little variety of threats/monsters, each with different stats, a bonus of two spells on top of the traditional attack which adds a nice variety, and can prove necessary in its frustratingly challenging and incredibly fun gameplay. It has more than just the base game, but three additional trials/waves, which I definitely love. The game’s simple and well-fleshed-out mechanics are so much fun that just one mode isn’t enough to satisfy how much I want to keep playing the game, having the alternative wave modes available gives more room to stretch out and really play with this design of gaming experience. Also, there are upgrades, and they make an incredible difference; which is also very desirable as it’s incredibly easy to get bogged down under the waves with only the base stats. I really have nothing but good things to say about this game, and it’s only $0.99 at full price, which is unbelievable for a game this well designed. I absolutely loved playing The Last King’s Archer and would recommend it to anyone with a fondness for minigames, arcade games, flash games or sidescrollers. It’s just… it’s brilliant, addictive and incredibly fun.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

The Last King's Archer on Steam

Theatre of Doom

Theatre of Doom

Bit easy, but pretty fun.

I actually prefer Mouse + Keyboard as opposed to Controller for this.

Real player with 7.0 hrs in game

All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women are merely players.


  • Graphics: 6/10

  • Sound: 9/10

  • Gameplay: 8/10

  • Replayability: 8/10

  • Total time to 100%: ~6.5 Hours



Arguably the weakest aspect of Theatre of Doom. The game itself is far from ugly, but it has the graphical appeal of Path of Exile in its early days. There is much left to be desired, especially after being inundated with well optimized UE4/Unity titles these past couple of years.

Real player with 6.8 hrs in game

Theatre of Doom on Steam




A kingdom once thriving on the power of alchemy enters an age of calamity. After discovering the price behind alchemy, an attempt to stop the use of it backfired. Within a few days, the kingdom was in chaos and the streets infested with monsters.

The key to understanding all of this is in Corvus’ hands, but he has lost his memory. The truth can only be found within his memories, but every time he dives back in, he only finds more secrets.


  • Harness the Plague: Seize the disease from gruesome bosses and wield them as weapons. Give them a taste of their own medicine. This is the only way to survive this desolate kingdom.

  • Embrace the Raven: Shift into your raven form during battle. Throw your feathers like daggers and execute enemies with the swiftness of a raptor.

  • Fight Your Way: Upgrade and modify your basic movements and plague weapons. Build your very own play-style and prepare for the challenges in your way.

  • Shattered Memories: Recover your memories through adventures. With different choices you’ve made and items you’ve collected, you’ll get different endings. Stitch together your own truth.

Thymesia on Steam



Amazing! I recommend this for anyone who loves a chyallenging game like super hexagon, however, with only a few days of playing, I’ve come to the last levels. I really hope this game gets a few updates!

Real player with 9.1 hrs in game

Bought in a bundle

Nice challenging game. Controls could be a little tighter and I sometimes clip into the walls. Very catchy soundtrack.

Your progress will result equally from memorizing and recognizing the patterns as well asmastering the mechanics (moving two things at once independently)

Real player with 7.5 hrs in game

Twixel on Steam



WHATEVER is the top down isometric cargo ship drifting game.

Remember that ship? Ever wonder how that possible or how hard it is to pilot that thing through the canal? Well, me too!

WHATEVER is my attempt to answer that questions and fulfill my curiosity.

You will cry and finally realized how amazing every cargo ship’s captain is.


Your mission is simple. Drift the ship through the canal to delivery all the precious cargos in time.

The more you progress, the more challenges will come. Wind gut, whirlpool, kaiju, UFO… you name it. And finally these will split the game name out of your mount. WHATEVER!


  • Pilot the super heavy ship WHATEVER and handle its extreme inertia

  • 9 super difficult levels with 2 freaking bosses that very satisficed to beat. (Yes. this game has bosses.)

  • Full controller support.