Another poorly made game that the developers barely touched or worked on, then skip the actual game making and went straight to releasing it on the steam store.

Only buy this game in a bundle when you want +1 for game collection or perfect games, other than that this game isn’t worth it to buy to play.

The game is glitchy, and it’s not just one bug, sometimes the entire game just bugs out and you have to quit and restart and thats where the biggest issue is since the game doesn’t save progress, so once you quit you will have to start over from scratch again. The game itself is boring, there is no other way to describe it. The music is the same track over and over adding to the boredom of the game, not a lot of effort went into level or enemy design either, this is really just a cheap flip to farm cash from collectors.

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

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really annoying game (boosted playtime due to going to eat lunch in between since you lose progress upon exiting) but overall not bad, just was difficult and felt unfair at times; there is a bug which forced me to quit the game on the LAST LEVEL where it got all zoomed in and that sucked

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Mover on Steam



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

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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

Severed Steel

Severed Steel

This is an awesome experience. It’s been a long time since an action game has given me the kind of rush that this one does. The great action-movie mechanics, the incredible soundtrack and the wonderful stylised art all come together to make an experience straight out of kickass action films. If you want to squeeze every last drop out of this game I HIGHLY recommend playing this on Severed Steel difficulty from the start. It’ll frustrate you at first, it’ll take a while to get the hang of it, but when it finally clicks and you start pulling off and chaining together ridiculously cool combat stunts, that’s when the “wow” factor and adrenaline rush kick in hard. Playing on any of the lower difficulties (especially Cold Steel) will drastically dull the experience, and you’ll finish the game in two to three hours with absolutely no challenge and very little thrill. Then for replayability, run the challenges at similar difficulty levels and try to beat your own score. Then there are the modifiers for even more fun. It’s not as easy as it sounds. This is NOT your standard first person shooter. Don’t bother with cover and don’t try to snipe from a distance. Charge in like Doom Guy and kick off some stunts, dodge and weave, and destroy your enemies in a beautiful dance of ninja acrobatics and explosive Gun Fu. Flow like water, and kill them all!

Real player with 10.1 hrs in game

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Did you ever wonder what if Max Payne was a woman who lost her arm and she was taking acid instead of painkillers?

Severed Steel is exactly that.

It’s a high-octane movement shooter that rewards the player for perfoming stunts like diving, sliding and wallrunning with invincibility and infinite slow-mo. Don’t expect tactiful gunfighs like in F.E.A.R. where you use slow-mo mostly when you feel overwhelmed, here you throw yourself at your enemies to live. You can’t sidestep individual bullets like in Max Payne or Super Hot, you have rely on stunts to dodge. Healing is done by killing people, so it’s like Doom but without the middle-man.

Real player with 9.7 hrs in game

Severed Steel on Steam



Review Update

I have had to come back and edit this review.

When I made my initial review, I was only about 1h into discovering and enjoying the game. As you can see from my play time now (currently 67 hours) I have completely fallen in love with this game. And I’ve gotten damned good at it to, but we’ll get to that soon enough.

Let’s rewind to the beginning.

I say with some sheepishness now, that I initially judged the “intensity” of the game’s aesthetics and marketing to be a bit of a gimmick. The swearing and outlandish presentation gave me a bit of an eye roll. I’ve played and beaten a great many crazy-hard games from the original Serious Sam on Serious difficulty on down the line. As a gamer that dearly loves a fair but punishing game, I have grown weary over the years of various games that would promise insane amounts of action and intensity, but generally deliver broken game design or tediously easy games.

Real player with 329.9 hrs in game

This is without a doubt, my favorite arena shooter I have ever played. If you have ever liked Total Carnage, Geometry Wars, Smash TV, or really any other top down omnidirectional shooter, you owe it to yourself to give this a try. It even has local coop, for those of you always searching for new couch multiplayer games.

Tormentor X Punisher is a score attack and leaderboard centric arena shooter focused on nonstop action, (you reload your machinegun by shooting your shotgun) where everything dies in one hit including all bosses, and yourself. It’s great for the “just one more round!” effect because matches will last at most 5 minutes, and it takes about 7 seconds to go from dead, to being in a new round.

Real player with 73.8 hrs in game

Tormentor❌Punisher on Steam

Lost Wing

Lost Wing

Really fun game. I am looking forward to seeing where the dev’s take it throughout the EA. I will update my review as time goes on (below). For now theres the 1, rather long, zone thats fully functional. A second zone looks to be just about ready, and is available for preview (meaning theres no collision, but you can run through it).

Whats available is awesome. Ship control feels good, speed feels good, pickups feel good, and the challenge is most certainly there. The soundtrack suits the game nicely and the graphics are as you see in the screenshots (crisp and spiffy). I totally recommend, especially at this price.

Real player with 8.2 hrs in game

Hi friends

Would like to give a great Like to this game, very good time to play with it. For fun and action when you have a short break. Sure it will improve and develop new stages and infinite possibilities custom ships.

Thanks to BoxFrog and the team for the concept and make happy people with a lot of success for your work and make this possible on not gamers top computers only.

Enjoy to part of the launch of this and keep the future better with big smile and imagination.

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Lost Wing 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




This little platform game is a little challenging but fun. You can beat it in about 1 hour, The only action you can do is jump, however the mechanism is more complex that it seems. You can achieve 100% by finishing the game, each level yielding one achi. In case you really are stuck at one level (or you just want to 100% another game without actually playing it), a cheat code is available as the curator of Achievement Scouts restricted said: “Press I+9 (not numpad) 10+ times until screen refresh. Then launch first level and spam I+P for level completions. ~1 minute to 100%.”

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

The game is okay, it is fun and nice but it is really short, You get an achievment for every level you beat so you can litterally 100% the game in less than an hour. The game looks fine, and the sound design is okay. The game play is pretty much an automatic platformer where only one button is required to play, a really short and easy game of 24 short levels and a leaderboard. If you want a small time waster to 100% this game might be for you, however I feel as if this would have been better off as a free game as it does not offer much else.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

AutoLand on Steam