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Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

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Crazy fun game that constantly surprise you.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Skullbangers! on Steam



Remember the old days playing on your Digimon at school, well this game reminds me of that.. but on my PC playing over the net with friends. I have it on in the background as I’m working or playing other games. I’m really enjoying it and look forward to updates the Dev’s are working on.

Real player with 13.6 hrs in game

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Simple, yet requires a lot of strategy to set up character builds. Fun to play and break. Remember O' Developer, the Beta Champion will one day beat you.

Also, I would recommend buying 11/10.

Real player with 10.7 hrs in game

CodeWalkers on Steam

Dungeons of Legend: Cast Within

Dungeons of Legend: Cast Within

Great dungeon crawler! Starting out easy on small maps, it evolves to complex maps (even outdoors) and tougher challenges, nicely. Game is always fair and has just the right playtime. The riddles are few, well done and doable - they support the game and don’t harass the player constantly…

Graphics are fine and unique (maps and inventory could be pimped visually and improved with more information, though), sound is average. No bugs, glitches or crashes at all.

I think to play this game as a mage is even more rewarding, you will miss some game elements if you (like me) play as a warrior. There seem to be a lot of spells (with powerfull names in end-game) and you have to find special glyphs to use them. I obviously can’t rate this part of the game. So there is replayability.

Real player with 24.9 hrs in game

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Quite a fun dungeon crawler, the graphics are as you see them in the screenshots - originally the game was made for mobile as ‘Underwell’, and later improved upon and released as ‘Cast Within’ for PC.

Puzzles are dotted about and quite enjoyable - I found they generally needed a bit of thought to work out, but nothing overly taxing for my old noggin' :)

Later levels get visually darker and more sinister as the story unfolds, although the story isn’t any more in-depth than you’d expect from a dungeon crawler (fine with me.. just enough to give you direction) ;) Certain elements of the level design set me wondering if the dev used to play Quake alot, as there’s that gothic/medieval/elder feel bubbling under the surface later on.

Real player with 11.3 hrs in game

Dungeons of Legend: Cast Within on Steam

Haunted Dungeons: Hyakki Castle

Haunted Dungeons: Hyakki Castle

Most of the UI and gameplay issues raised in previous negative reviews have been fixed.

This game is much improved after the recent update (verison 2).

Plays like a relaxing Japanese Grimrock lite.

It is quite possible to run through the game without getting stuck in about 7-8 hours depending on death / collecting all secrets.

It lacks alot of depth but I had fun.

Real player with 23.9 hrs in game

Well worth the asking price, fun game!

Real player with 16.4 hrs in game

Haunted Dungeons: Hyakki Castle on Steam



Just very very good (I’m not playing in VR). It’s old skool and it is a simple RPG (it’s not “Eye of the Beholder 2” what is in mij opinion one of the best old skool RPG games ever, but Kryptkrawler gave me the same feeling). The style looks like “Dragon’s Lair (3D) return to the Lair”. It seems to be very simpel especially in the begining but it become better and better. For me 9 out of 10.

Real player with 30.6 hrs in game

Game good. Compatibility and support appalling.

Don’t buy this game with a vive. Revive doesn’t work. You won’t get it running in 3d or VR, and the only way of playing it in 2d is with Vorpx. The game automatically starts steamVR every time launched in 2d, leading to crashes.

The devs have been told and told. Check the forums if you don’t believe me. They aren’t doing anything. They released this with exclusive occulus support (on steam!?!?!?!?!) and won’t even let you play it on your monitor if you have a vive!

Real player with 7.8 hrs in game

KryptCrawler on Steam

Maze Mayhem

Maze Mayhem

ARE you burnt out on massive games that requires hours upon days to finish, let alone complete?

DO you find yourself enjoying simple, yet deceptively challenging games?

IS a third question even required at this point? Because all the answers are conveniently the same!

Welcome to my game, Maze Mayhem! This game is jam-packed with 50 levels full of variety. From puzzle solving, to dodging enemies, to avoiding spikes, to dancing around fire, to enemies dancing around you, and plenty of mazes to navigate. Trust and believe me when I say that you are sure to find something new around every level. And with levels being about a few minutes long to finish (assuming everything goes fine), it’s an easy game to play for a few minutes. . .Or maybe even a few hours, who knows.

Maze Mayhem on Steam



Story-free, simple action-puzzle game where you trap enemies who are trying to eat you by surrounding them with blocks on all side while avoiding enemies. Each level you complete will have you advancing to the next level where you’ll trap additional enemies. With simple mechanics you’ll find yourself eventually facing a hoard of enemies blocking your every path. Different game modes will give you a variation of game play and leaderboards will let you know where you rank.

Boxed-In on Steam

Vaporum: Lockdown

Vaporum: Lockdown

Thank you once again to the developer and publisher of Vaporum Lockdown, Fatbot games for making another fantastic journey for us to explore, think, fight and escape.

The first game in the series Vaporum is one of my favorites of the dungeon crawl genre and was a breath of fresh air.The sequel is just as good and better in a lot of ways though i was expecting maybe a little more of an upgrade.

Vaporum Lockdown is a first person grid based dungeon crawl RPG where you play as Ellie Teller a scientist who is trying to escape the enclosed metal city of the Arx Vaporum as it collapses. Your goal for the campaign is to basically repair the last mini submarine and this will take you all over the Arx Vaporums 9 large locations. As you explore you will come along audio recordings and numerous notes detailing personal stories and what is happening. If you are into lore there is plenty and finding that last note for a particular person usually reveals a surprise. Also there is an Arxpedia which adds info to all the enemies and back story on their origin. It’s actually a pretty good story with good voice acting and the ending does a nice job tying in the first game and hints at the future for the series.

Real player with 44.9 hrs in game

Played Lockdown right after the first Vaporum. Overall, Lockdown is a mixed bag - especially when compared to its predecessor.

What I liked: Level design has improved somewhat. Levels are more interconnected and feel less linear - through they still mostly are. Battle arenas are much larger and usually do not trap you, which is helpful for ranged combat. Secrets are teasered more often and rely less on finding hidden switches. Enemies do not as often spawn behind you, but still require strategizing and do not fall easily to simple circle strafing. The title theme is much more recognizeable and sound design in general is still quite good. I still like the setting, the story, and again, the ending.

Real player with 27.1 hrs in game

Vaporum: Lockdown on Steam



It’s a terrific game. Fight Knight has a lot of uniqueness to it and doesn’t follow gaming trends much at all, beyond a bedrock of mostly old school foundations. A dungeon crawler with combat a bit like Punch Out and God Hand, it lacks almost all now standard progression mechanics and instead focuses on the actual game you play. Difficulty ramps about linearly, not many games can claim that, and it never becomes trivially easy. The bosses are highlights and the basic framework of combat and how enemies mix and match gives a lot of variety to encounters. The different gauntlets you equip are surprisingly different from one another and provide actually different playstyles as opposed to very minor moveset reworks.

Real player with 146.4 hrs in game

fight knight is an all around fantastic game. it’s a unique blend of dungeon crawling mixed with a first person punch em up.

the combat is a lot like God Hand; it’s challenging and has tons of situational moves you gotta use at the right time. there’s lots of enemy variety and encounters that kept me on my toes. the different weapon upgrades also each had different playstyles. i got filtered by a few bosses, but after changing strategies and equipment, i did eventually manage to beat them, which was intensely satisfying.

Real player with 20.3 hrs in game


Panda Push

Panda Push

Panda Push is a non-violent family friendly game designed for teamwork. Play against other people in variably sized teams. Use offensive and defensive strategies as well as reaction time and teamwork to win the game. Watch your energy management. Learn to anticipate your opponents and protect your teammates. Some defend the flag and some attack. Using paths you build and push zones you make with your walls, defeat the other team by being smart and fast. Working together in teams from 2 to a hundred on a side. Building your own paths and setting up walls, your superior tactics and team work will lead you to victory.

Panda Push on Steam