No Straight Roads: Encore Edition

No Straight Roads: Encore Edition

Can someone get me another Sayu? This one’s all melted!

All my hours are logged on the switch version (~150 hours), I love this game despite how gut punching it can be with difficulty and bugs (of which are mostly patched in this version). It makes up for all of it with its overflowing charm and dedication to fan service. My artwork is in the game too I guess! Underneath the bridge in Akasuka.

Real player with 28.0 hrs in game

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Underappreciated game with an incredible soundtrack, worth it for the music alone. If you are curious in the slightest then do yourself a favour and give it a try, you will fall in love!

Real player with 15.3 hrs in game

No Straight Roads: Encore Edition on Steam



RHYTHM SPROUT is a unique take on a rhythm game where you progress through each level by playing to the rhythm.

Move! Attack! Dodge! All to the beat of the song.

Envisioned as a weird mix between Guitar Hero and the Paper Mario-series, RHYTHM SPROUT is a rhythm game heavily focused on rhythm, timing and pattern recognition. The game features 22 playable levels with electronic music inspired by a variety of styles, genres and time-periods.

You play as the Chosen Onion, Sprout, tasked with saving the Vegetable Kingdom from the incoming invasion of the evil candies, and also maybe find Princess Cauliflower while he’s at it. She’s been missing for like a month!


  • A variety of sick electronic beats, composed by our in-house audio-guy, Rune Bjerkaas

  • 22 playable levels!

  • Maybe more levels in the future, MAYBE. cries

  • A self-aware and silly story about the residents of Vegetable Kingdom

  • One or two shiny, golden BUTTS (don’t tell anyone, though)

  • Completely inconsequential and unimportant dialogue choices!

  • Ugly characters!

  • Cute characters!

  • Ugly-cute characters!

  • Achievements!

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Revel Rousers

Revel Rousers

Had a lot of fun playing! Thanks.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

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Wacky fun!

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Revel Rousers on Steam



This is an extremely unique and fun game. I’ve been a fan of Wolfgun’s music for many years, and when I saw the trailer, I was dazzled but I shared others' concerns about the game being visually busy or hard to follow. I was proven wrong very quickly and I’m really amazed at how quickly I picked it up and how fun and addicting it is. I think this game has an incredible spirit to it, the story mode is quite interesting and high concept and I find myself pondering the meaning (or meanings) of it weeks later. I’m extremely excited to see what Wolfgun does next and I think this is a remarkable first game and definitely a worthwhile experience.

Real player with 36.1 hrs in game

If you, like me, have never played a hack-and-slash game in your life, you may very likely find Projections a bit difficult and even frustrating at first. Every time you get smacked and your score is halved for it, even though you swear you hit the dodge button just in time to parry that attack from an entity you’re familiar with? If you, like me, get incredibly invested in and perhaps a little overly-competitive over beating your own high scores? It can be a bit disheartening to say the least.

Real player with 34.6 hrs in game


Radio Runner

Radio Runner

Radio Runner is a fast-paced, rhythm-music platform game featuring addictive and incredibly hardcore mechanics with neon graphics and cool music.

You will have to run and switch between three platforms to avoid obstacles and progress. Precise moves and fast decisions are key to avoid the dead-ends on your run. Collect all coins and finish the levels with fewer attempts possible.


  • Stylish Neon graphics

  • 5 challenging Levels

  • 5 Funky tracks

  • Extremly addictive

Headphones or good speakers are recommended to play Radio Runner.

Radio Runner on Steam



Played this in vrchat and honestly it’s really fun. ^^ I hope to see a option for custom songs? similar to BeatSabers mods. The problem I have is the blue note. They work better in this game then in vrchat. In vrchat, they kinda delay a bit? idk if that’s a vrchat issue or not, hopefully that gets fixed. Overall it’s not a bad game I hope to see more content.

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

Loved the VRChat world and bought it to support

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game




Buckle up for a hacking rhythm game about saving the colorful world of Cyberspace! Move to the beat, groove your way through security systems, and fight the nasty virus that corrupts friendly Cyberfolk (also in local co-op!). Make your own levels using your own music or the official tunes!

Move to the Beat!

  • Feel the rhythm! Move left and right with only two buttons - and pick your weapon of choice: keyboard, mouse, gamepad, or even a DDR dance pad!

  • Vibe with over 20 electronic tracks by AceMan, an award-winning demoscene musician!

  • Develop your own hacking strategies and stay alert! The levels are constantly changing and are filled with pesky glitches!

Save Cyberspace!

  • Embark on an exciting journey with DAB and Dr Melody! Visit strange places, solve mysteries from the past, and put an end to the virus threat that endangers Cyberspace!

  • Meet goofy characters from different regions of Cyberspace, who have been infected and now wreak havoc all over the place. It’s your job to free them from the corruption and make friends with them!

Discover the Game!

  • Embark on a journey through Cyberspace in the Adventure mode.

  • Pick a song and play however you like in the Arcade mode. Awake your inner completionist and master each level in a set of challenges.

  • Test your endurance against a gruelling music marathon in the Boss Rush mode.

  • Feeling competitive? Go for hand-made Elite Levels and try to get to the top of the leaderboards.

  • Customize your experience with accessibility options. Make your own color palette or enable easy controls, which don’t require you to be so rhythm-precise!

  • Unlock achievements, special keepsakes, and many cosmetic items (Rainbow!)

Get Creative and Make Your Own Levels!

  • Gain access to our tools and create awesome custom levels with the in-game editor!

  • Get crazy with block setups, game modifiers, or even visual effects.

  • Upload your own music or use the official soundtrack!

Double the Fun!

  • Join forces with your friends and experience every part of the game in local co-op! No virus will stand against such a hacking duo. It’s super effective!

DAB’S NOT DEAD contains a lot of rapidly flashing lights and colors which may affect players susceptible to photo sensitivities. Stay safe!




Cubico is a free game where you play as a ball with weird physics in a simplistic geometric world to overcome all sorts of typical platforming obstacles

My first impression after starting this was: “This feels like some kind of university project.” It then took me a few minutes to give my 15 year old gamepad a working configuration and figure out the basics. The game tried to guide me with specially colored and shaped objects most of the time. At some point though, this seemed to have failed and I was hoplessly lost and a bit bored. I then checked Leeson’s achievement guide and found out I wasn’t lost at all, I just felt lost. I also found out that this was indeed developed as a Bachelor Project.

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game


Completed this one sitting. A solid, hyper stylized platformer that was a blast to play. You’re basically moving through an open world environment, terraforming different nodes to get you from a to b or deducting to get into places. The goal is to achieve a series of parts, scattered around the game world. I went into this assuming it would be a marble madness like – and when it wasn’t, I was slightly disappointed but after getting around to what the game really was, I was elated. Great job devs!

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Cubico on Steam




Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Good indy game with chill vaporwave beats.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Helixian on Steam

Hexagroove: Tactical DJ

Hexagroove: Tactical DJ

Hexagroove is probably the most interesting and exciting music game I’ve ever played. It’s a rhythm game made by people with a deep and obvious love of electronic music and the culture around it. It plays in a unique and intuitive way that makes it simple to make some kick ass music. Honestly, I never knew how much I needed something like this in my life.

Unlike other rhythm games which rely on quick reflexes and tapping along to the beat, most of Hexagroove’s gameplay centers around layering different instrumental loops. If you’re the kind of person who likes to play a game for the challenge, then it might not be for you. Most of the fun comes from putting together the different pieces and finding a solid groove, then adjusting it and playing with it on the fly. There’s room for a lot more experimentation and playfulness than in games that emphasize skill mastery, like Beatmania or Audiosurf. It offers some mini-games and an obligatory campaign, but you won’t find anything too taxing except on the highest difficulty. I’ve made my way through the whole game on each difficulty level, but most of my time is spent in free mode just jamming out. I’d hesitate to even call Hexagroove a game. It controls like a game, and it’s got levels, achievements and tricks to perform for style points, but it plays more like an instrument, something you can play to make cool music, without any of the hassle of having to learn to beatmatch or how to use an MPC.

Real player with 19.8 hrs in game

Even with my short time in the game thus far I think it’s incredibly cool. I’ve not seen or played anything else like it. From the viewpoint of someone who doesn’t (yet) make music, it’s about the closest you can get to actually mixing and producing your own tracks while still also technically being a game.

It’s a lot of fun just to play around in, and I love that the game encourages that. More than once I’d be vibing with all the loops and samples in the practice mode, finding out my favorites and which ones work well together before remembering, oh yeah, I have a set to go play, maybe I should do that. It’s double cool that incorporating real life mixing and songwriting techniques and theory affect your performance and score. Also you can have a Psytrance rave deep in the forest.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Hexagroove: Tactical DJ on Steam