In my 15 years of gaming i’ve never been so captivated by any game as much as this one.

It combines 2 of my favorite hobbies (bodybuilding & gaming) into a magnificent game that everyone should atleast experience once in their life.

The thrill of watching speedo wearing buff dudes throwing barbells at each other is something that can’t be matched by anything else, the simplistic graphics are a blessing in disguise as everyone with a pc less then 20 years old can pick up this masterpiece and play.

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

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I am proud to be human now. This game is best. Save the world.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game


The Astro Parcel Service

The Astro Parcel Service

I need to stress this first. My laptop is about 5-6 years old now, so I know some things is not part of the game’s issues.

I would rate this game 8/10.


-Beautiful animations and details in the environment.

-Unique but simple style of game play

-Fresh new idea that involves postal service in space.


-No save system in place. Once you exit out the game, you lose all progress you made.

-When you’re zipping around in space, sometimes you crash into objects and I find that I become immobilized/glitched in object until I teleport out of it.

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

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🎥Played live on Twitch🎥

The controls were pretty tight, the soundtrack was very relaxing. The main character was so cute but (see end of game spoiler)

! because the ending put me back at the opening cinematic I thought he got fired and I almost cried :(((.

It’s a fun little novelty game that I could easily see on a console like the switch to just kill time with and relax. Bonus if you can yeet your packages from across the map to their respective recipients.


Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

The Astro Parcel Service on Steam

The Game We All Have To Play

The Game We All Have To Play

Written for 1561’s Thoughts - Honest reviews, for busy people.

The Game We All Have To Play is worth some time. The premise of the game revolves around rhyme. If you make it through once you can say you’ve won, but it’s up to you if you think you’re done. 6/10

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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The Game We All Have To Play on Steam

Crazy Archery

Crazy Archery

so easy .. i want more levels and dificulty

Real player with 6.0 hrs in game

Crazy Archery is actually one of the funnest games I’ve played so far in 2019 and that’s no joke. There’s just something extremely satisfying about accidentally pegging someone in the neck with an arrow while you’re under a time limit and trying to solve a puzzle. Or pulling back the bow for one more attempt only to find out you’re out of arrows and have to start all over (but you just figured the puzzle out).

Also, the game is really cheap for what you get in return. Frankly, I haven’t enjoyed a puzzle game this much in a very long time and I hope more people find this wonderful little game.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Crazy Archery on Steam



I am hesitant to give this game a positive rating because of many issues, but overall the game is acceptible for the low price.


  • 75 fast achievements (roughly 30 minutes)

  • Gameplay is somewhat challenging and entertaining

  • Great soundtrack and price


  • Bad controls - you must spam left mouse instead of hold it

  • Minor stuttering when soundtrack moves to next song which can cause the player to restart the level

  • No level selection - once you beat the game it resets you back to the first level

Real player with 9.1 hrs in game

Devade is a minimalistic skill game. You need to control two symmetrical lines and avoid objects on your way to the finish line. Sound simple but is a lot of fun.

The game starts slow, and the difficulty rises on a smooth level over the course of the many levels of the game.

The only thing that gets annoying over time is that you can only control the movement of your lines with clicking the left mouse button and since you often need to button mash to avoid obstacles, it isn’t the best choice in my opinion. An option to change the button would be a great addition to the game.

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Devade on Steam



Barebones explanation about this game. This is not a demo!

In the eve of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, I’ll be reviewing Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes because some people still don’t seem to get it at this point (short version at the bottom of the review).

First of all, I’ve played most of the MGS games before this and I love them to death, so my opinion may be a bit biased.

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is a prologue to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, like way back when there was a pretty short and limited Gran Turismo 5 Prologue but was still sold as a full game. That’s not the case with GZ.

Real player with 38.6 hrs in game

“You’ve already seen the “Overwhelmingly Positive” user reviews, haven’t you? Why are you here, then? Why do you continue to scroll through them while your memory betrays you? You enjoy reading reviews, that’s why.”

I’ll get straight to the point. This review’s main goal is to address common misconceptions.

Amount of Content:

Ground Zeroes offers 7 missions: one main story, four side missions with different objectives, two extra side missions that are aimed at the fans of the series. Each mission has two difficulty settings (hard unlocks after beating normal), secret collectibles/objectives and unlockable trials (challenges). Throughout all missions you’ll be dealing with only one location: Camp Omega, which is a fairly large facility. Each mission has it’s own time of day.

Real player with 31.7 hrs in game


Space Toads Mayhem

Space Toads Mayhem

Great nostalgic feeling.

I’ve been following this game for a while and it hasn’t disappointed me, plays well and can be quite challenging. Reminds me very much of the old arcade systems.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Haven’t played an arcade space shooter since Windows95, and although Space Toads Mayhem is a fun game, it’s also insanely challenging.

The HUD design could do with some colour variation, like green to red on the dials etc, and effects for damage dealt and taken are not distinctive enough to tell them apart even when things are not chaotic.

Besides the UI and effects the AI are great, they provide a unique challenge for each playthrough; mixing it up with fast paced lunges timed randomly while the slow ones dog-pile you probably being the most frustrating of their attacks.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Space Toads Mayhem on Steam

6180 the moon

6180 the moon

6180 is a minimalist platformer where you play as the moon on a mission to wake the sun. The name derives from the amount of time it took to create the alpha (roughly 1 hr, 43 min). Its key feature is the ability to loop around from bottom to top of the screen, and using this to get around all manner of obstacles. The real game begins after you’ve reached the sun…


  • Simple controls, ease of play

  • Clean interface & design

  • Simple progression of difficulty with introduction of new mechanics

Real player with 14.1 hrs in game

6180 The Moon, as has been mentioned in reviews before my own, was so named as this is the number of seconds it took the developers to make its prototype - around an hour and 45 minutes (thanks for the correction madsen). But why is this so important? Well, it’s my issue with this game; it feels like it never developed far beyond a fun little coding or development project.

Aside from the screen-wrapping mechanic you can see in the trailer, 6180 The Moon features all the typical “minimalistic puzzle-platformer” fare you might expect, albeit at a very rudimentary level. Move from left to right across the screen, get to the objective, and avoid the spikes. Levels are short and relatively uncomplicated, with difficulty in most puzzles coming through manipulation of the gravity mechanic. In essence, jumping pushes you out the top of the screen and in through the bottom; you hit an arc somewhere in the middle, and float right back down again. And that’s the game.

Real player with 7.5 hrs in game

6180 the moon on Steam

Action Ball 2

Action Ball 2

I originally purchased this from Alawar over a decade ago after loving the original Action Ball and was not disappointed with the challenging game play when I purchased it. It was quite a surprise to see it appear in the Steam store considering its age, however, I immediately bought it because it is one of my all time favourite 3D breakouts and also I wanted to convey my thanks and support to the developer for including it on Steam; as well as suggest a few additions that may improve the re-playability, or even see a new version created by the developer, that may incorporate some of the suggestions I’ve made at the end of this review and in the comments section.

Real player with 21.1 hrs in game

This game is amazing.

From the gameplay to the lore, this game is for casual and hardcore gamers alike. The lore is extremely rich and deep and it will keep you invested. I recommend this to anyone.

Real player with 17.8 hrs in game

Action Ball 2 on Steam

Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games

Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games

Keep in mind this is a $5 game. Very short, but showcases the advantages of VR in a third person platforming environment very well. It is very intuitive and clear to see where Finn and Jake are in relation to the world and hopping to and fro is intuitive. Quick to hop into and just as quick to finish, this ‘game’ feels more like a water testing product; to see how much interest there is for similar games in the future. The controls are nice and tight, but there are a couple things needing tweaks, such as tapping the ‘glide’ button will keep you in the air longer than holding it as intended. And after sever months of radio silence Achievements are still inoperable.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

A Fun, Immersive, but Basic Experience

This game has some stunning visuals inspired by the artwork animation from the show, along with concise gameplay mechanics for the player to almost immediately get used to. The game has added immersion with your favourite characters from Adventure Time interacting with you. This experience is similar to the PSVR exclusive ‘Astro Bot Rescue Mission’; when you’re essentially playing your average 3D platformer; but just using a VR headset to look around. The game is also fully voice-acted by the shows' cast.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Adventure Time: Magic Man's Head Games on Steam