BE AWARE! FOR GAMING VETERANS ONLY. This thing is not for newbies. There is no modern graphic technologies and other useless bullshit you are waiting for. Start The Rolling Stones, The Doors, Deep Purple, Creedence Clearwater Revival and welcome to the Jungle !!!

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

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‘Mistah Kurtz - he dead’

It’s time to go back up the river. It’s time for one more mission. It’s time for Gunboat

Games need more switches. There are power switches for the engines. You can feel the boat come to life. Each gun has its own safety. Cruising through villages with the safety off has a threatening weight to it. Theres even a spotlight. Nothing is passive. You are Gunboat

Operating the entire PBR by yourself is easily mapped Z to M. From a 180 view in the cabin to the bow, main and aft guns, quickly jumping from one position to the next lets you become the too old for this **** captain to the kid manning the .50 cal passing around a picture of his new baby back home. Theres blocky beauty and danger around every bend all under a gorgeous and memory saving black sky. Become the forefront of naval superiority. Become Gunboat

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Gunboat on Steam

Mini ship wars

Mini ship wars

Lucky me gets to write the first review for Mini ship wars (the developer didn’t bother capitalising each letter in the title).

This isn’t really a game, it’s a ripoff of a GameMaker Studio 2 template/tutorial for making a top down shooter game. It’s complete garbage. GMS is a complete garbage engine, and copying + pasting a template for the engine isn’t suddenly going to generate a video game of any quality. They didn’t even bother making a fullscreen mode.

Why would anyone do such a thing, publish such a terrible non-game on Steam, you ask? Well take a look at the ridiculous $10 USD price tag, and it suddenly becomes clear. This is a nasty cash grab. Then you look at the name of the developer, “Phoenixxx Games”. They’ve pulled this crap before. That’s all they do.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

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Am I crazy? Yes, because I bought this game

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Mini ship wars on Steam

1971: Indian Naval Front

1971: Indian Naval Front

1971 : Indian Naval Front is a Naval Combat game made as a tribute to the Indian Navy towards their contribution during the 1971 India-Pakistan War.

_1971 was a year filled with diplomatic tensions between India and her neighbour Pakistan. As the atrocities by the Armed Forces from West Pakistan against the people of East Pakistan kept increasing, Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India decided to act on it and determined to liberate East Pakistan(Bangladesh) as an independent country. During the months of October and November in 1971, Indian Navy sent her famed aircraft carrier INS Vikrant and few more powerful vessels to create a blockade against the naval vessels of West Pakistan and her allies in the Bay of Bengal to the East. Pakistan Air Force, on 3rd December, attacked multiple Indian airfields along the North and North West regions of India.

The War had now officially begun!

In retaliation, the Indian Navy sent 3 of her Osa-I class missile boats in an operation codenamed Operation Trident with an objective to destroy the Karachi Harbour. Operation Trident was a resounding success! After this point, major naval operations were kicked off in both the Eastern and Western waters; an encounter with the Pakistan Navy’s Submarine PNS Ghazi being one of them. Indian Navy’s fighter jets like the Hawker Seahawk were also used to destroy many East Pakistani Airfields and Harbours like Chittagong and Cox Bazaar.

On 16th December, Pakistan eventually signed the Instrument of Surrender and Bangladesh was declared an independent country.

1971 : Indian Naval Front will enable you to experience pretty much all the Indian Navy operations executed during the 1971 War including transmission of intel through morse codes!_


  • Play with iconic ships of the Indian Navy like INS Vikrant, INS Rajput, INS Brahmaputra, INS Veer, etc.

  • Experience real world missions in the form of a campaign like Operation Trident, taking out PNS Ghazi, destruction of airfields, etc.

  • Wreak havok from the air using the Hawker Seahawk of Indian Navy.

  • Fly the classic Westland Seaking helicopter for recon and search and rescue missions.

  • 15 levels of naval and air combat missions.

  • Transmit Morse Codes to deliver intel as part of the Military Intelligence team.

  • A Quick Battle mode with preset scenarios and classic time-trial modes.

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1971: Indian Naval Front on Steam

StoneTide: Age of Pirates

StoneTide: Age of Pirates

Been playing this game for a couple days now and I gotta say it’s been a real joy. Despite the bugs, it seems very promising with lots to expand on. For a $10 early access title, I say its well worth it and I look forward to seeing what this game will have to offer in the future.

Real player with 20.3 hrs in game

imagine, if you will, you spent ten dollars on a map, which led to a oversized treasure chest filled with coins. and each singular coin represented an early access title infesting steam. now imagine each coin is crap, because early access is a curse, but every so often, while sifting though the fake coins, you come across a pristine, good one. one which is a keeper. one that, despite a few flaws or rough edges, is still worthy of your time. when you take that coin, and close the chest, you realize. this game is that coin. and the ten dollars you invested were worth it.

Real player with 4.9 hrs in game

StoneTide: Age of Pirates on Steam

Aircraft Carrier Survival

Aircraft Carrier Survival

Take control of the aircraft carrier, its crew, officers and planes during WW2. Give an example of military prowess by choosing the right equipment, crew, and escort for the mission. Remember that your success will depend greatly on your flexibility in managing the available fleet resources.

Assign a crew and choose what your officers should focus on. Your ship has many stations to man, and proper management will be the key to executing your plan, whether by taking on an enemy directly, sneaking past them, or taking an alternative route to completely avoid contact.

Your damage control teams can handle fire outbreaks, torpedo strikes, hull flooding, enemy bombardment, airstrikes, and suicide attacks from enemy planes, but not all of them at once. Assess which threats need to be dealt with first in order to survive.

Use maneuvers, aircraft, anti-aircraft turrets, and whatever else you can to survive the enemy attack. Make sure that any enemy who dares to attack you will end up in the depths of the Pacific.

Will you risk all lives on the vessel to save the one in need? Do you have what it takes to make a decision on the spot? No matter what, some sacrifices will be necessary and the only source of redemption is victory.

Use intel collected during recon missions to prepare pilots and aircraft for large operations. Target enemy land bases and even their entire fleets. Identify opponents before choosing attack directions and deciding the sequence of targets and maneuvers.

Aircraft Carrier Survival on Steam

Battle Group 2

Battle Group 2

If you love old school type action shooters such as Battleships or 1942 then you’re going to love Battle Group 2 as it combines the best of those, it’s so easy to just pick up and play with no complicated controls or instructions and with minimal setup as well so you’ll be up and playing in a couple of minutes. In fact it’s such a breeze that any fool can play it.

This is strictly a single player game with 30 stages in the campaign and starts off very easy and gets progressively more difficult with each stage that you complete, there are no difficulty options so everyone plays the same game. Each stage is very short and your job is to control a single ship at the start and two ships after your have upgraded to fend off various waves of planes and helicopters which can be shot down with your ships guns or missiles which can also be upgraded at the end of every stage when your scores and rewards are displayed. You control a primary ship which is your main weapon and a support ship which offers backup and there are a total of 8 ships that you can collect and use throughout the game.

Real player with 24.2 hrs in game

Despite the name, there really is not much “navy” involved except the overall setting. What this really is is skeet shooting. You don’t move, you simply mow down defenders before they can reach you, much like the good old “Missile Command” except your perspectives shift a bit: enemies can now come from the sides, top, bottom, even from behind. AND you get a secondary ship with some fancy stuff like missile decoy, escort fighters, and so on. And then there are special abilities such as satellite support (i.e. zap all the missiles or all the enemies at once), then there are the boss fights.

Real player with 21.9 hrs in game

Battle Group 2 on Steam

Battlestations: Midway

Battlestations: Midway

Where the game is lacking the charm with refinement of the details, it wins it back with the overall complexity of the game process, making you believe what you’re really get into US Pacific fleet operations… Even closer than the participants themselves - due to all the variety of battle functions, aspects of interactions between all kinds of ships, planes and other units.

War never changes, you know. We may agree on the point it is disgusting, and brings all kinds of bad things (especially if you’ve witnessed some of them closely). But, on the other end, wars usually tends to remain the main shows for the whole life of the people who was there. Nothing comes close enough in reflecting this, neither the books, nor the films about it… But complex war games such as Battlestations - now, that’s a huge step to get the feeling of the gross events your grand and grand-grand parents (could probably) saw with their own eyes. Next step closer will be addition of smells and constant feeling of fear for your life, and one more - real bombardment of your neighbourhood with artillery and strategic aviation. Which is too extreme, I assume.

Real player with 70.1 hrs in game


☐ Masterpiece

☐ Beautiful

✓ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Will do

☐ Bad

☐ Awful

☐ Paint.exe


☐ Try not to get addicted

☐ Very good

✓ Good

☐ Nothing special

☐ Ehh

☐ Bad

☐ Just don’t


☐ Eargasm

✓ Very good

☐ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Not too bad

☐ Bad

☐ Earrape


☐ Kids

✓ Teens

✓ Adults

☐ Everyone

—{PC Requirements}—

☐ Check if you can run paint

☐ Potato

☐ Minimum

✓ Decent

☐ Fast

☐ Rich boi

☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer


☐ Just press a bunch of buttons

Real player with 36.4 hrs in game

Battlestations: Midway on Steam

Sea Dogs: Caribbean Tales

Sea Dogs: Caribbean Tales

I like the freedom to just do what ever you like in the game as far as pirating/trading/missions. And the open world aspect and the way you can capture ships to upgrade/sell or add to your own fleet.

Real player with 123.4 hrs in game

a nice game, good game play. i really enjoyed it. I cannot confirm the bug reports. The game was stable at all times.

Real player with 26.6 hrs in game

Sea Dogs: Caribbean Tales on Steam

Sea Dogs

Sea Dogs

Yes it’s old, but it places its emphasis in sea battles on sailing and strategy. You can’t just load guns in 3 seconds and then switch from solid balls to grapeshot without going through another reload. Turn rate and speed are crucial to monitor. And the story line is fun, too.

Real player with 94.4 hrs in game

Fascinating game. It was great years ago, and I finished it again with great pleasure nowadays. And that’s not a call of nostalgia. There are many old games which didn’t age well, but I can’t say such a thing about this one. Yes, it’s graphics will not impress you these days and some gameplay mechanics are rather old. But the game brings an enthralling non linear story, great music and atmosphere as well as interesting albeit little clunky gameplay.

The game is 20 years old, but it has unique walkthrough for 4 different nations and unique dialogs for all characters, not just secondary ones, but even unimportant ones. For example, there is no copy-cat tavern keepers or store owners with standard phrases. Each one has his own character, story or even quest. And a word about quests. There is no copy-paste quests as well. Each one is unique and there is a lot of them. Believe or not, but it is the only game where I still remember the names of most of the characters after so many years.

Real player with 41.5 hrs in game

Sea Dogs on Steam

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission

The Good

Carrier Command Gaea Mission is a mix of RTS and first/3rd person action, which is a great combination that not many games have achieved, and something I would like to see more in games of both genres. The gameplay itself is very deep and rewarding, The 3D model of the carrier and its subsystems make sense - it is also not a micromanagement nightmare. There are a lot of optional weapons and tech systems for you to use to outfit your Mantas and your Walruses (the two vehicles you use to conquer islands).

Real player with 156.4 hrs in game

I gave this game a chance but it’s hard to pass over the low quality of its gaming experience.


  • GRAPHICS; for being a 2012 title the graphics are smooth and polished with nice water and light effects.

  • CONCEPT; if well developed, the idea of a reload of the 1988 game would have been a winning one. Conquering an archipelago of island relying on a carrier sending remotely controlled units is nice.

Even the limit of two types of units (air and land) is not perceived as a real limit thanks to the wide customizing options for weapons, armors and special abilities of each of the 8 units available.

Real player with 75.2 hrs in game

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission on Steam