Pixel Poops

Pixel Poops

When this game meets the Steam Store metric threshold to get profile features turned on, the Steam Market :poop: emoji’s will be amazing.

Real player with 41.3 hrs in game

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A truly bizarre game that attempts to capture that 1980s console and arcade feel, Pixel Poops! A truly **** game, literally…

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Pixel Poops is developed by Mostly Random Games, and published to yyrGames, and became available on STEAM on the 20 Feb 2021. The game is free but with optional DLC that looks to mimic the styles of the C64 and NES. The free version of the game has an Atari 2600 feel to it.

The premise of the game is simple. You have a problem with the joggers! Joggers are happily jogging across the local park trying reach their fitness goals. But armed with the healthiest metabolism the world has ever seen you’re going to put a stop to that!

Real player with 10.1 hrs in game

Pixel Poops on Steam

Alien Death Mob

Alien Death Mob

This is one of the fastest and most relentless twinstick shooters I’ve played! There are a lot of levels, powers ups, and enemy types. I especially dig that each level looks very unique and has its own layout.

Staying alive can be difficult, but the game doesn’t penalize you much for dying. Scoring is way more important than surviving, and you are encouraged to collect score multiplier items as quickly as possible even if you have to die to do it.

I love that the power ups get dropped out of little cars that drive across the screen.

Real player with 5.9 hrs in game

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Alien Death Mob is a brutalist construction of the twin-stick masterworks before it, which it smelts and reforges into a true arcade experience recontextualized for the home computer.

It asks you not to “win”, but to “shoot”. It asks you not to “finish the level”, but to “get points”. When you get points, you collect stars. With stars, you can play new levels. That’s the foundation of Alien Death Mob, a lovingly crafted showcase of the purest, hardest, most transparent materials with which a game should be made.

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

Alien Death Mob on Steam



Bosses are fair with their tells and you will learn by dying and trying. Best lesson.

Real player with 14.8 hrs in game

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Full disclosure, I know one of the devs and even helped to game test it a bit.

But with that said, I’m going to try to be as unbiased as I can with this review, this is both for the consumer and the devs.

With this out of the way, let’s jump into it.

Grimrush is a bullet hell, boss rush game. There are many different bosses and 3 character classes.

Each character has different abilities and stats, catering to any kind of playstyle. I found myself personally changing classes quite often, depending on what kind of experience I wanted at the time.

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

Grimrush on Steam

NeXus: One Core

NeXus: One Core

Fast-paced neon arcade game which is extremely addictive, has very fluent and simple yet unique gameplay and you can choose your 2 favorite colors (in my case it is yellow and lightblue). Soundtrack is absolute fitting and awesome. Sad part is that it is not getting the attention it deserves. Absolutely recommended.

Real player with 39.8 hrs in game

I’m usually not a fan of runners but the aesthetics, trailers and core concept got me hooked, especially the co-op mode. Hope it gets online at one point.

This game is very challenging, I’ve been playing for quite a few hours and I haven’t unlocked much of the content… Feels good to actually feel like you’re actually beating the game. It can get really crazy at times, the feeling of speed is great.

Controls are fluid, I fond them a little stiff until I found out you could change the sensibility of movements. Actually, there’s a nice amount of customizable content, from the ship to the colors used for the force fields, the music played, controls… It really feels like the game is giving you enough tools so that you can face it fairly.

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

NeXus: One Core on Steam



Reapertom is a 2D arcade video game where you have to navigate through mazes to harvest your out of control crops. You have created a new fertilizer that causes your crop to grow faster than you can reap it. Needless to say that has caught the attention of some envious people, and the battle has just begun…

Watch out for obstacles, bombs, and relentless creatures under the spell of an ill intent farmer who is after your secret fertilizer, but don’t despair! In those fields are also some hidden treasures and rewards that are sure to help you win the battle.

Reapertom on Steam



You’re a skydiving, video-streaming guerilla artist in the floating city of Boston High. Your job is to leap from buildings, cause mischief, and not get caught by the police.

A Grab Bag of Incredible Features

  • Leap from mile-high skyscrapers.

  • Kiss the sides of buildings with your mouth.

  • There’s, like, a parade with giant balloon floats on one level, and you can smack into them, ruining everything, just to be a jerk.

  • Also, there’s a level with a giant 4-story cake that you can topple over hapless spectators.

  • We’re experimenting with a thing where you’re also able to break the city’s wastewater storage systems, but you’d kinda have to be a double jerk to do it.

  • Over 0 levels included in the full game!

  • 0 weapons, unless you count the spray paint you use to tag windows.

  • Unique, challenging, and other meaningless adjectives that every game uses to describe themselves.

  • How many bullet points do you want, buddy?

  • ‘Cause here’s another one.

Did You Know?

  • This is our follow-up to the original, award-winning series.

  • The original is in the Guinness World Records for longest word in a video game title.

  • It also broke Steam because the title was way long.

  • And it won a bunch of awards. Some, for publications and conventions that don’t exist anymore. Ten years is a long time.

AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! on Steam

Dangerous Blaster

Dangerous Blaster


Dangerous Blaster is a simplistic shoot em’ up, intended mostly as just to practise your aim and reflexes before playing a match of CS:GO or some other intense shooting game (Idk, CS:GO is the only one that comes to mind at the moment) (TL;DR Below)


This game challenges your reflexes and aim as much as possible, with simple mechanics to encourage you don’t miss any shot that you take. With every shot that you miss that hits the wall, it will turn into a projectile that can damage you as well as spawning projectiles to keep you on your toes. Ultimately you only have a single life, so taking damage will end your current score and make you start over.

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

This is a fun little game that can already be addictive with little play. With the steam achievements, makes you want to push yourself to be the best to get that high score! I drawing of the characters and enemies for the game just makes this work.


Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Dangerous Blaster on Steam

Donut Dodo

Donut Dodo

Tough as nails and no continues, do you have what it takes?

Donut Dodo is a light-hearted arcade game, reminiscent of the beloved classics from the early 80’s that we still cherish to this very day. You play as Baker Billy Burns, who has to run, jump, and climb to outwit Donut Dodo and his bunch of clueless minions. Your goal is to collect all donuts in each level, in the best possible time!

Will you top the high score table today?

Come and join the fun!

It’s 1983, only better! The game features…

  • 5 single-screen levels plus a bonus stage, each with their distinct game mechanics

  • incredibly tight controls (no cheap deaths) for frantic single-player arcade gameplay

  • old-school screen ratio and pixel perfect graphics with a 16-color palette

  • an original chiptune soundtrack by the very talented CosmicGem

  • worldwide leaderboards, limited to 3-character initials, arcade style!

Donut Dodo on Steam




Real player with 2.8 hrs in game

Before i found this game. my wife left me, my kids hated me, and i had to move back with my parents

But now, with this game by my side

Nothing has changed, but i still have a cool game to play while i cry

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Elevated on Steam




🔲 My 90 year old grandma could play it

🔲 Easy

☑️ Normal

🔲 Hard

🔲 “Dark Souls”


🔲 “MS Paint”

🔲 Bad

🔲 Meh

🔲 Graphics don’t matter in this game

☑️ Good

🔲 Beautiful

🔲 Masterpiece

  • MUSIC -

🔲 Bad

🔲 Not special

☑️ Good

🔲 Beautiful

  • STORY -

☑️ This game has no story

🔲 Like playing “Temple Runners” for the story

🔲 It’s there for the people who want it

🔲 Well written

🔲 Epic story

  • PRICE -

🔲 Free

🔲 Underpriced

☑️ Perfect price

🔲 Could be cheaper

🔲 Overpriced

Real player with 1896.6 hrs in game

“if your looking for a game about popping pills, then you probably might need help, but this game is really fun arcade score attack and I’d advise considering this game.”

This game is intense, no doubt about it. Its a simple mechanic, of two coloured pills each level. You can switch colours between the two and match to maximise score. Although im not a big fan of dubstep, the music is still impressive and well done, I do like the way the colours compliment eachother and the way the levels ramp up makes the game really hard. The powerups are fun and interesting and overall the game is impressive.

Real player with 50.4 hrs in game

Intake on Steam