World… It always holds secrets and discoveries that we will learn. A team of ordinary guys must fight against the mighty army of evil Lord Erlion, who is going to destroy the country of these brave heroes! Immerse yourself in a voxel 2.5 D world! Together with you, you will call your loyal friends who can protect you and your Homeland at the cost of their own lives. In battle, each team member reveals new abilities that they did not know about before! You will learn what incredible passive and active skills an archer, mage, and knight can learn! For each of them, you can play separately! You will need to develop your camp alone, or with friends online! Everyone will be able to develop individual abilities, and you also need to learn the unique style of the battle tower. For the tower, you will have three development branches available: defensive, attacking, and mixed. You will be able to develop individual characteristics of the tower. As the battle progresses, your scores will be updated on the leaderboard! You have to fight against a strategically developed enemy, so you need to awaken the same strategist in yourself! Each new wave will be stronger than the previous one! You will be able to keep a list of opponents, thanks to which you will know the weaknesses of each of them! Upgrade your tower, upgrade your heroes, upgrade your strategic points! Save the kingdom from defeat!

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PixKeeper on Steam



Nice game, good idea and potential genre. It became a part of my screen now since you dont need to do anything during battles.

Real player with 163.3 hrs in game

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really great game and concept! I don’t play many games for nearly this long

I wish the progression was unlimited somehow though.. it seems lightning spam covers most top spots? I have one concept strategy that may work but I don’t think the math will add up properly to counter lightning in the end… unlimited progression would just mean that, it would take an exponential amount of time to counter meta strategies (i think?)… (maybe a constantly shifting meta?) just a thought though, it may be tough to implement

Real player with 98.0 hrs in game

Beastrun on Steam

Space Food Truck

Space Food Truck

Mainly writing this because I disagree with what the majority of the negative reviews are saying, as someone who cranked out 40 hours of gameplay (split quite evenly between online and offline play) and who completed games on the hardest difficulty level. While I have ideas on what should contribute to a negative review, which will come later in the review, but let’s start by tackling the points I disagree with in the negative reviews.

I believe RNG gets the majority of the blame because a random event occurs at the beginning of every turn, and at every new planet, so it’s pretty much in your face all the time.

Real player with 102.9 hrs in game

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This game has the potential to be very fun. Myself and a few friends brought it and really enjoyed the game initially. But we quickly realised that this game is too hard, and not even hard in way that challenges you properly. We have been playing on mild difficulty, since the upper difficulty was seemingly impossilbe.

The game is hard beyond the player’s control, since much of the game mechanics are the result RNG. 90% of the RNG is bad! You receive negative effects that can see you wiped out very quickly. For example, we upgraded our shields to the max very early on, but in response, we started taking much more damage from RNG events.

Real player with 44.7 hrs in game

Space Food Truck on Steam

The Vaults

The Vaults

Embark on a journey into the new fantasy world of The Vaults! Learn the abilities of powerful scrolls to cast magic spells on your enemies or allies. Fight in battles and upgrade your keepers. Get crystals, dig caves, open rare chests, find weapons and much more. Complete Story Mode to save the world of Alexandria from hostile forces!


This adventure begins with light surrounded by pitch darkness. This light is getting bigger and bigger. A large portal opens next to you, a mysterious being emerges from it. He gives you three creatures and a set of powerful scrolls for you to save a world, the world of Alexandria.

Alexandria is an ancient world that was once a utopia. This earth is considered the center of the universe, it is through it that cosmic bridges pass, breathing life into all inhabited worlds. Beings spread out over the universe have learned to use these bridges to travel to Alexandria, to mine ancient resources and scrolls from it, stored in hidden vaults scattered throughout the land.

In addition to Alexandria, there are two other worlds: Gradon and Alevia.

Gradon is a world, the main inhabitants of which are humans and dwarves. They share the world with huge mammoths, insects, snakes and other animals.

Alevia is a world of elves, more than half of the world is covered with mysterious forests called Lorandia . These forests are very dangerous, and rarely has anyone returned from there unharmed. The Kingdom of Hyghbourn is the second part of Alevia. It is controlled by the tyrant Hatus. The Hyghbourn monarchy is known for its brutality and belligerence.


  • Over 40 different powerful scrolls.

  • Upgrade the player to level 80. Learn new abilities.

  • Over 100 equipable items. Each item has over 40 different characteristics.

  • Fight against artificial intelligence or real players.

  • Play a gripping storyline and save Alexandria from destruction!


  • Choose Wisely. Each turn, your keeper can either attack or collect ethereal, but not both. Choose your attacks wisely.

  • Guard. A creature with Guard will help protect your keepers so that the opponent is forced to attack that creature instead. This allows you some time to boost your keeper’s stats.

  • Vocations. Find vocation scrolls to train your keepers to a certain vocation. Each have their own specializations.

  • 4 Main Stats. The main 4 stats you want to know are Health (Heart), Power (sword), Temper (shield), and Cultivation (scythe).

The Vaults on Steam



I’ve been playing this game for over a year on mobile.

Monolisk is an interesting free to play game, made by a small development team and has great potential.

It’s a fantastic freeware game that gives you the ability to build your own shards (maps) and possibility of combining them in one campaign, moreover, all the maps are created only by the player base. Unfortunately, this is a double-edged sword, but more on that later.

The map editor is very simple, but at the same time it is very functional. To create the shard you begin by selecting one of the realm card (available in 5 colours) which define the appearance and type of blocks available. Then we choose a same colour of shardstone (available in different sizes) that determines the maximum number of monsters, text signs, object and the number of available blocks.

Real player with 353.0 hrs in game

With this game you can have fun in two ways:

-You can play the maps created by other players:

You will have 5 different types of heroes to choose from, each of which has specific abilities. There are nearly 300 different types of equipment in the game, for now, this translates into infinite possibilities of customizing your hero, so that you can adapt it as you prefer to your playing style.

As for the maps to play, being created by other players, you will find new maps to play every day.

-You can create your own maps to entertain other players:

Real player with 308.2 hrs in game




For the type of game this is, it is well polished! I spend countless hours a day playing it and the community is nice and talkative too!

This is a game that you use up movement points for, then return in a little bit. Very strategic, lots of possiblities on what to do within the game, and a great balance on how long an “age” lasts. (ages are like seasons for other games)

There’s much more that i can say about this game than i can here, but I gave it a 4/5. The details are shown in my video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Vt-7MwCviQ&t=29s

Real player with 60.5 hrs in game

Loving the game so far, very friendly and helpful developers in the discord as well. after playing the game for 20 hours or so, its a lot more in depth then the style would have you believe from the different classes and how they work, to the diverse amount of spells that can do anything from give you resources, reinforcements during fights, and just straight kill you. The game is definitely worth trying at least if you like strategy games.

Real player with 54.2 hrs in game

Conquest! on Steam

Kakele Online - MMORPG

Kakele Online - MMORPG

I have over 150+ hours and these CMs are the worse CMs ive ever seen in any mmorpg game they are so bad do not recommand playing unless you wanna get banned for something dumb!

Real player with 828.4 hrs in game

I have more than 300 hours of gameplay and I came here to talk about the game: (version 3.2)

Good stuff:

1. Totally free to play so far

2. Interesting and challenging missions.

3. Interesting magic system

4. Rare items and difficult to obtain.

5. Interesting Pvp


1. Poor balance Some classes are better than others.

2. Toxic community and many racist people … for you to have an idea the developers will remove the monkey mob from the game because of that.

3. Bad market system (can improve many things)

Real player with 170.1 hrs in game

Kakele Online - MMORPG on Steam

Delta Light

Delta Light

Cool take on the old Jezzball concept. It’s got a few bugs but overall solid. Definitely worth a try!

Real player with 30.8 hrs in game

This game is awesome and very addicting. It has many levels, so you do not get bored. It’s music is nice and retro. The concept is very smart. I fully recommend it.

Real player with 10.9 hrs in game

Delta Light on Steam