Submarine Attack!

Submarine Attack!

Surely not the more sophisticated Submarine game out there.

But I must admit that it deserves a definite “thumbs up”, for it’s pure simplicity and execution.

When I was a kid in the early seventies, my mom would put quarters in a full size “Periscope” arcade machine at the train station.

It reminds a bit of that big machine/unit.

Submarine Attack is compatible on Windows 7, which is not mentioned in the system requirements (W-10 only).

More importantly, It also functions perfectly with my Logitech F310 Gamepad/Controller.

Real player with 5.9 hrs in game

Its a simple enough game, if you are looking for something that is more complicated that something you can play while munching on popcorn and watching Netflix in the background, then look elsewhere. But for the price its a fun game. :)

Real player with 5.4 hrs in game

Submarine Attack! on Steam

Submarine War

Submarine War

Hello/Bonjour Developer Deyin Song,

When I was a kid back in the sixties, my mom would let me play “Periscope” at Montréal Bonaventure train station.

The big arcade style machine, had it’s inner workings all in electric and mechanical systems.

No fancy electronics here, synchronized luminous bulbs, and immersive sound effects.

Of course Submarine War is not a U-Boat style complex game, but it triggered my nostalgia memories big time.

It runs smoothly, pretty good graphics, and a little strategy towards the middle of the levels.

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

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19/10 would get free achievements again

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

Submarine War on Steam

Submarine VR

Submarine VR

Recording of my first fire-up can be found here:

I grabbed this while it was on sale, paying a touch over £5 for it, and… honestly, I feel it was worth it. There is, unsurprisingly, very little to it so far (hence the fact that I’m writing this review with only 0.5 hours of game play behind me), but what I experienced felt fun and worth the price, assuming that development will be ongoing.

There are, however, some issues (as is to be expected). The worst, for me, is the music. While the music itself is fine and seems to suit the experience, OMG IT IS SO LOUD AND THERE IS NO WAY TO TURN IT OFF! Devs, please, for the love of Poseidon, please, please, please, add a music volume option and make it one that goes down to zero!

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

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Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2

You can view my review & gameplay here:

This is an ocean discovery type experience where you control a submarine and just enjoy observing the ocean life. The submarine is very easy to control, where you grab the joystick to direct its movement and use the throttle to control the speed. There are currently 4 ocean maps to explore: the coral, the arctic, the deep, and the coast. I want to estimate it took me 40-45 minutes to find all the ocean life this game has to offer.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Submarine VR on Steam

Diluvion: Resubmerged

Diluvion: Resubmerged

TL;DR : The game used to be pretty good and fun to play, albeit feeling like it could have been much more. Now, it is slightly more, but with a staggering amount of bugs, botched quests, and annoying quirks. If you don’t own it yet, don’t buy it. If you played the previous version, don’t bother playing again, fond memories are better than this steaming pile of hot dung.

So, now for the details.

I originally played the game shortly after its release, and I was at the begining of the Endless Corridor (basically the last “level” before the end) last I played, when I learnt there would be a major updated. Devs said they would try to make saves compatible, but I didn’t have much hope. When they finished their major update, they told us that loading saves from the previous version was “not recommended”. So, when I tried replaying it today, I loaded my old save nonetheless. My submarine exploded before the game even finished loading. Allright then, new game it is. I had been warned, after all.

Real player with 30.9 hrs in game

*****This part of review was for the Resubmerge version. If you wish to read the review of original Diluvion, It will be down below this review. *******

Got to admit, I am quite very surprise when I heard about the new version of Diluvion, Not just a patch not just a mere whole update, But an overhauling version of the game!!! So I jump right in. And I got both good and bad news to tell you.

Good news.

  • The developer does try to improve the variety of gameplay by adding a “Dungeon crawling feauture” into the game. With this, The scavenging feel more enjoyable, The crew can be upgrade and play big roll on fighting and looting.

Real player with 22.7 hrs in game

Diluvion: Resubmerged on Steam



As much as I wish to recommend this game, I simply cant.

  • First thing that immediately catches the eye is the optimization. There is simply none. Even though the game is rather simple and on one of the last year English reviews the developer has replied that they are working on it and that it is currently their top priority but either those were empty words or nothing significant was done. Even if you set the graphic settings to the minimum, there is no significant difference with the maximum ones.

Real player with 26.8 hrs in game


Highlighting historical tragedy through fictional storytelling isn’t a common occurrence to gaming. In cinematography’s case surely there are plenty of examples which make even the most cruel and unfortunate events, a bit more “digestible” through cheesy romance subplots. That’s how you win movie awards. Alas, you did not stuble across a film critic and I shall focus on an adventure game which also describes itself as an “interactive documentary”. It could be partially true if you can set aside the espionage subplot. But it’s still there and it’s a touchy subject too, since the tragic event itself is rather fresh in the collective consciousness of the Russian people. I will do my best to keep this review as objective as I can though. KURSK is the fifth project released by Jujubee S.A. on Steam and their experience in creating a convincing backdrop is showcased once again.

Real player with 10.8 hrs in game

KURSK on Steam

One Ping Only

One Ping Only

A school student project that provides a free, short, and linear exploration experience, quite interesting to amuse yourself with for around 30 minutes (50 if you take it slow). The controls are a bit cumbersome but it’s not a deal breaker since the sub is not damageable. There are several points along the journey where you could exit the predetermined exploration area and end up “outside”, so you might run the chance of getting lost, therefore just pay attention - if you think you’ve gone off the set path, you probably have.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

I request that you guys. make a Part two,

The Overrall Eerieness and darksilence coupled with the shock of setting off A creature - (Or Detection Alarm IDK) is absolutely Stunning, the fact that such suprise can be fit into an ending is amazing, and I feel that there needs to be a Part two to extend what went down in the story, overrall, I felt that One Ping Only is Although a tiny bit straight forward, and a tinsy bit odd with controls, It makes up for it with Having to use only Echo-location and Knowledge of Passages mere seconds before the next ping before moving ahead with your crew, If your the kind of Person who wants a simple, yet Intriguing story to get you wondering, then ‘One Ping only’ Is it.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

One Ping Only on Steam

Crash Dive 2

Crash Dive 2


Reasons for a cheap price tag:

Graphics are interesting, even though simplified in appearance there is much detail in the game.

U-Boat modeling very simple and almost toyish, in appearance but it is all there.

Modeling on objects in distance of being observed don’t have that realistic emergence into view, just that don’t see it now and you do see it thing but it works. You won’t spot smoke on the horizon in other words, just modeled if you see them or not and then scaled according to view and size. There is debris, fires, oil slicks, smoke, fog, rain. clouds are a bit unrealistic in presentation.

Real player with 130.8 hrs in game

Crash Dive II, it’s about the closest recent game that I have found as a sub sim to Silent Hunter III, Wolves of the Pacific.

It will be a game that will be compared because they are both based in the Pacific region during WW2, but there are differences, for instance, Crash Dive II is much easier to get straight into and overall is an easier sim to play, its not as in depth as SH II and does not have a choice of subs or starting zone to choose from, does not have historically dodgy torpedoes that don’t work (all these do) and the graphics in Crash Dive II could be better, but are still ok for the fact this isn’t a big developer.

Real player with 29.9 hrs in game

Crash Dive 2 on Steam

Tactics: Bludgeons Blessing

Tactics: Bludgeons Blessing

This is not a well made game. The controls, are hard to use at first. And I feel it needs a tutorial to know what is going on. And for what you get. $20 is a lot. This is a bad game, with very little thout in it.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

this game does not work for me, cannot start game. unfortunately it is too late for me to get a refund.

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Tactics: Bludgeons Blessing on Steam

Tactics 2: War

Tactics 2: War

Tactics 2: War is a great real-time strategy. Putting you on the ground, under the sea, and in the air. Large, destructible, open maps grant the freedom to strategize, as well as ‘pick your stand’ as it were.

The gameplay is solid, balanced, and is optimized fairly well. I experienced no FPS drops.

Tactics 2: War also allows the player to seamlessly take control of any unit owned on the field.

The ability to go first person a nice touch, giving another element of realism to battles. (Though third person, and the default ‘free camera’ are great in their own right.)

Real player with 50.4 hrs in game

Very Fun Game… Crashes on Loading Screen sometimes, and in game it freezes now and again.. and before you give up thinking it’s crashed, just hit alt-tab and wait for it to “resynch” the display and the game resumes.

Because it crashes enought to be considered an ongoing issue, you must save often. To Save during game play, you press escape and then you see the desktop - it didn’t crash - just wait for it.. then you will see the screen - definite lag.. perhaps “program switching” or “chaining” as it’s called - but saving frequently is KEY because without saving, you will certainly not finish the game… and without remembering to save alot, you will grow frustrated.

Real player with 7.3 hrs in game

Tactics 2: War on Steam

Uboat Commander

Uboat Commander

“U-boat Commander” is an upcoming strategy game in which players take a Wolfpack commander role in the Second World War. Their task is to plan, synchronize, and execute u-boat attacks on Allied convoys in the Atlantic Ocean.

Use the tactical map to give orders to your u-boats. Find enemy convoys and plan your ambush.

Use existing Wolfpack tactics and synchronize attacks for maximum effect.

If you wish, you can take direct control over any of your u-boats and execute the attack yourself. Load and flood torpedos, manage the crew, aim with observation or attack periscope, fire, and watch enemies sink.

Recruit crewmembers, assign and manage crew roles to optimize the performance of your u-boats.

Use the Enigma machine to send encoded messages to your Wolfpacks.

Evade being discovered, try to escape or obey “Standing War Order 483” and fight off enemy aircraft.

Assure the safe return of your ships and become a real u-boat commander!

Uboat Commander on Steam