Make Me LAG

Make Me LAG

Definitely an interesting game to try. Many games become easier when your pc is better. This is the only game that becomes harder as your processing speed gets higher. Beyond that, I just think it’s neat to see a game which has all of its gameplay outside of the game itself. You can play this game literally any way you want because in order to accomplish your purposes, you need to change your computer’s state, not control the game itself. I thought the description meant that there was actual gameplay, plus you had some sort of advantage if you got the game to lag. This was certainly different. There are literally no controls in the game. Every action happens based on your fps.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

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Make Me LAG is a free game with a new control scheme. It worked on Win 10, looked ok, played ok, sounded ok. You have to make the game Lag to perform game moves. You sort of have to figure out how to make the game Lag consistently to actually succeed in this game. Has 5 open steam achievements. Has a timer that you have to beat.

Try it for the steam achievements.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Make Me LAG on Steam

Last Farewell

Last Farewell

[DEV] We’ve been working on Last Farewell for 2 years(as of writing this review)

I’m super proud of what we have so far and what we’ve managed to achieve in this little time as an Indie Studio, we obviously have a long way to go in terms of content(which is why we’re in Early Access) but the core is there and I’m excited to keep building this game with our community!

Would def recommend!

Real player with 29.8 hrs in game

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After months of delaying my own input, I am now finally satisfied with my current opinion on Last Farewell. This review in no way favours anyone in particular, and is entirely made upon my experience with the game.

At first, Last Farewell seemed like an impossible success. When it released on October 16, 2020 (early access*) I couldn’t play for more than 1 game without encountering a game breaking and even game ending bugs. It was not a fun experience. Aside from the bugs, the game overall just didn’t feel fun. I decided to play a few months after.

Real player with 13.5 hrs in game

Last Farewell on Steam

Star Impact

Star Impact

Smooth game that plays at a great speed. Kept the challenge at a nice level for my kids and I. Was able to teach my kids about timing which is largely left out of a lot of games. Still playing it and trying to get top score. Well worth it!

Real player with 61.1 hrs in game

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If you like platformers this one is really cool! I am not the best at timing my jumps but this game is making me better! There Seems to be a lot of content to unlock if I keep playing too! Recommend to classic platformer fans especially. I’ll try and come back to my review once I get further, this game runs great and seems issue free for me though!

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Star Impact on Steam

WAVER: A Typing Adventure

WAVER: A Typing Adventure

OMG I am already in love with this game!

Real player with 32.0 hrs in game

Can type 100wpm. Cannot remember where keys are while playing. (Had fun anyway.)

Refreshing and unique, Waver definitely feels worth the purchase if you enjoy something both straightforward in concept and infuriatingly difficult to perfect. The rhythm of the “waves” will take some getting used to, however once you find it it makes sense (I found this difficult to admit, as my first instinct was to just be mad at the game). The learning curve is not the smoothest, but as you start to improve, receiving better scores/perfect waves is very satisfying. This game definitely feels more like it’s made for an experienced typist looking to test and refine skills/dexterity, as there are little to no practical educational aspects for younger learners (outside of typist mode, which is just your basic WPM typing test).

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

WAVER: A Typing Adventure on Steam