Beat Me! - Puppetonia Tournament

Beat Me! - Puppetonia Tournament

Fantastic game! Grat fun with friends, the best way for house party!

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

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Good game with a great potential.

The map design is really good.

The combat mechanics are a bit bland for now, but it’s still very fun to play with friends.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Beat Me! - Puppetonia Tournament on Steam



After centuries spent slumbering in the bowels of the earth, the primordial beasts known as Titans have awoken. Now they must battle humanity - and one another - for total world dominance.

GigaBash combines the chaos and creativity of titles like Power Stone, Super Smash Bros Ultimate and War of Monsters with the jaw-dropping scale of the classic kaiju movies. Play as either a rampaging Titan or a Titan-hunting mecha; summon lightning from the heavens, use a radio tower as a baton, or roll a whole district (and your enemies) into a single massive snowball. Wreak enough havoc and you’ll evolve into your final form, the terrifyingly titanic S-Class.


Choose from a colourful roster of 10 unique characters in Battle Mode, each with their own moveset and playstyle. Can you master them all?


Dive into a fun frenetic free-for-all with as many as four other players, duke it out in Battle mode, or pair up in 2v2. Wage war around the world - from cityscapes to exotic locales, nowhere is safe from the wrath of the Titans!


Hop on the couch to challenge up to three friends with local multiplayer. Nobody home? No problem, just head online!


Time your attacks, block your opponents, use grabs and specials and build that meter to reveal your final form!


Discover the origins (and misadventures) of the Titans in four unique single-player campaigns, each with their own oversized protagonist.


Go head to head in Duel mode, challenging another player to see who is the true King of the Titans.


Experience the ultimate party mode with a variety of minigames designed for maximum fun. Only available in local play.

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GigaBash on Steam

Root Out

Root Out

Come play with friends in this garden treasure hunting festival! Hide your trinket from the other Stemlings and find theirs before time runs out! Can you outwit the competition and gather the most points?

Casual Party Game with Friends

Play with up to 9 of your friends or make new ones by joining an online public lobby. Root Out also supports private lobbies where you and your bestest of friends can host an exclusive festival of your own! Playing on Mac? Don’t worry you’re invited too! Root Out is playable on both PC and MacOS.

Lively Visuals

Find unique and creative hiding spots in our vibrant environments. Items can be hidden anywhere so it’s important to be clever when hiding and be vigilant when hunting items down. Just dont get to distracted by the fellow Stemlings!

Multiple Game Modes

There is a game mode for everyone!

• Free for All: Everyone has to hide their unique trinket. Then locate another players trinket to score points.

• Needle: Players must hide a needle trinket and win by finding as many needles as possible.

• Frenzy: A race to see who can find other players' trinkets the fastest.

• The Spy: One player is tasked with hiding a trinket from everyone else.


• Customization: Customize the look of your Stemlings. 300 unique color combinations!

• Game options: Need more time to hide? Need the locator leaf at the start? No problem!

• In-game text chat!

• Emotes!

• Level/game mode voting!

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Root Out on Steam

The Rise of Chubtan

The Rise of Chubtan

The Rise of Chubtan gives eager players another excuse to let out their aggression on friends in a local deathmatch game. While the Mayan setting stands out, the foretold apocalypse must not have been caused by too much in-game content. Chubtan doesn’t rise so much as he kind of just leans up.

The objective in Chubtan is to use your palette swap character to hit the switch in the arena as many times as possible, with each hit changing the switch’s location and activating a trap, to build up your score before time runs out. Players can punch for knock back or send out a projectile with a brief stun, both of which won’t directly kill your opponent but rather help to manipulate them into traps. The focus of the game is less about killing and more about score, and some of the traps are more likely to punish careless players than be used for murder.

Real player with 9.8 hrs in game

The Rise of Chubtan is a different kind of fighting game that makes you want to rethink how the genra should be played out. Watch the full review here

Real player with 1.7 hrs in game

The Rise of Chubtan on Steam

Drive Buy

Drive Buy

I’ve had a lot of fun playing this! Very fun competitive party game if you get a couple of friends together in a voice call :3

Real player with 22.2 hrs in game

Amazing game, old school nostalgia hits big time. Great to compete against other players and I hope that it will be supported for long time to come. Still have to test Switch Cross-Play, to see how it goes against other players

Real player with 17.5 hrs in game

Drive Buy on Steam

Mad Streets

Mad Streets

Welcome to Gutsford University! Home of some of the toughest students in town. Will it be the Jocks or the Punks who run the town? Or perhaps the privileged Rich kids? Choose your fighter and settle some scores in this unique feeling physics party game!

Mad Streets is a hilarious, physics based, beat-em-up party game that lets you pick a side, and brawl it out alone or with up to four friends local or online. Online mode is dedicated to run random and rumble modes and is purely based on the hosts internet connection. We advise players who want to play with friends and enjoy a more open experience to use steams Remote play feature or Parsec!

The pick-up-and-play nature of Mad Streets is perfect for when you’re looking for a bit of instant fun, making it a perfect party game to settle some scores.

Hilarious Physics Based Combat

Target specific areas of the body, experiment with silly button combo attacks; and even throw out your ultimate special moves to become the champion!


  • Mad Rush Mode - Build a team and run through a series of fights and objectives where you can unlock each faction’s story. In solo mode, recruit 3 AI companions to Mad Rush your way to the top.

  • Random Matches - Similar to Mad Rush, but without the story based elements, Random Mode mixes straight up fighting, with its own lightning fast, unique objectives. Simply, the first to 5 points- wins!

  • Rumble Mode - Simple versus tournament mode with no objectives, playing through Rumble mode unlocks new characters and locations.

  • ONE PUUUUUNCH - Exactly what it sounds like! One punch, one winner.

  • Enter the Stadium - A collection of all the different game objectives and special fights, allowing you to settle the score on any objectives you didn’t succeed in.

  • Smash and grab - Pick up and throw anything you can see.If you can lift it, you can throw it! Throw bins, cans, trays… even your friends!

  • Grab your fists and your friends! - You and up to four other players can compete head on in brawls, or join forces to complete team based objectives. Customise your matches by choosing how the match is judged, pick the location, or even include a referee to judge the bout.

Mad Streets on Steam



Graphics: the style of black and white with colored accents is really well done- for the most part there’s a nice clarity to it all (minus some bones that look like they might be able to be walked over) and a lot of restraint is used in what is chosen to be colored. Boss design range from referential to repulsive in the same comedic way like Castle Crasher’s Catfish boss, but feel unique from one another and from the normal baddies.

Gameplay: Bomberman but strange duckbomberman creature instead. Rapidly launching bombs feels really nice, hitting things and destroying the environment feels impactful, Dashing through stages especially feels rewarding and frenetic. Some small issues with the cooldown with dashing feeling a bit random, and limitations to launching bombs where after 8-9 the next will suddenly not be launched and lead to a lot of accidental self-explosion during bosses. Stages in Story Mode scale up nicely, though it does treat you to a lot of dead ends and force you to explore around for the exit and the key, so if you like more linear experiences this might frustrate you especially near the end.

Real player with 127.1 hrs in game

After some time with the game and almost being done with the story mode, I’m pretty mixed, but more on the negative side.

Ponpu is clearly inspired by that of Super Bomberman for the SNES, and it does a good job of making the idea unique: A game with different kinds of characters with different bomb abilities, a beautiful, yet wacky art style that ties in well with the goofy music backing the game, and overall a fresh take on the Bomberman games.

However, at times I found the redundancy of the story mode really sank in and made the game pretty boring: Walk around, blow things up to get rainbow feathers, kill enemies, get the gold key, move on- three normal levels and one boss, each stage. After the first three bosses, I was expecting some sort of change to how to advance on the levels/the challenge of beating the story. Yet all it did was change the look of the level, the look/difficulty of some enemies, and that’s about it. I do really enjoy the bosses, though, and I think Purple Tree did a very good job of making some nice boss fights in the story.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

Ponpu on Steam

Guano Gladiators

Guano Gladiators

A good shitty game. 10/10 would wipe again.

Real player with 3.9 hrs in game

Although this is meant to be a fun and casual brawl between friends, you’d be surprised at how quick your friends are to shit on you.

10/10: Would shit on friends again

Real player with 3.2 hrs in game

Guano Gladiators on Steam

VR Fun World

VR Fun World

Picked this up in a bundle and you know what, it’s not ‘completely’ terrible for an obvious first project. Some of the minigames are pretty decent and everything works well. This game isn’t ‘really’ a game, but it’s a decent first step. Would like to see more from this dev.

Real player with 14.1 hrs in game

That’s it, I’m going to run for president and the first bill I’m going to pass is the “first time unity projects shall not be sold on steam” Bill.

I received in a bundle so this is the first time I have been to the store page, so finding out a pile of similar crappy first time unity projects put together in a shit menu with shit music and shit assets is $8.00 has blown my mind. Jesus, I would feel ripped off at 99 cents with a 90% discount coupon.

This every Tom, Dick and Sally is a Dev has to stop, this is what is going to kill VR, people being introduced to shit like this as a VR experience. Dev’s (and I use the term loosely) if you read this just give the game away, it’s not worth $8.00, it’s stuffing filler in a Bundle like I received it. There are much better games you can get for free for VR than this pile of parrot Poo.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

VR Fun World on Steam

Humble Rumble

Humble Rumble

What is Humble Rumble?!

Humble Rumble is a multiplayer physics-based brawling party game spanning several maps, themes and modes. Compete or co-operate with your friends across various activities from battles at sea to farming to gift giving while using everything you can at your disposal to ensure your friends and enemies taste defeat.

Multiplayer! Remote Play!

Humble Rumble is a multiplayer only game and best enjoyed with friends! Thanks to Steam’s Remote Play feature Humble Rumble is playable online and only one copy is needed! So what are you waiting for? Invite your friends!!

Humble Rumble on Steam