Mirror Layers

Mirror Layers

This game does more with the horror genre than just the standard “run/hide from the monster while solving mundane puzzles and piecing together a run-of-the-mill edgy backstory”, and I really appreciate that about it.

I really enjoyed this game a lot, and it was definitely worth the $20. However, it’s not flawless, so I’ll go over the pros and cons (focusing more on the pros to better paint the experience I had with this game).


  • Most of the puzzles leave you feeling satisfied. There are a few outliers (and I’ll go over those in the CONS section), but the vast majority of them get you thinking about them for a while, before fragmented pieces of information randomly piece together in your head, and you feel this appreciation for the ingenuity of the puzzle-design. Most of the times, all the hints are laid there before you, and there aren’t any red-herrings either. Unlike many riddle-based games, you don’t look back on the puzzle feeling cheated. Enigma 2 was a masterpiece in my opinion, and I’ve seen many other players share the same sentiment. As I’ve said though, there are some outliers.

Real player with 31.5 hrs in game

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(Edit: please play the demo first, it’s standalone from the full game and got different content and puzzles! It’s got its own different experience you’ll love it!)

Playing the game on ps4 controller, thankfully consistent with character movements and item usage and only need to use the mouse for accessing the in-game pc and menu screen.

It’s so good and atmosphere is really scary and the things you find out about apartment 12…

The in-game social media has an interesting checkpoint system where you never see posts from people posting at a later segment in the game so no spoilers from other players who advanced further (there’s a report button if you do find spoilers, but atm, the community is very good at giving tips without giving away the answers)

Real player with 24.5 hrs in game

Mirror Layers on Steam



Clandestine is one of the most underrated stealth games I’ve ever played.

I’ll start with what I don’t like: out of all the things to randomly place they chose collectables you’ll need to upgrade your armory.

The game is coded in Unity, so the facial animations are questionable, and the animations overall are very stiff and the collision detection on the environment isn’t great.

The AI is competent, but not particularly complex since guards won’t notice doors opened or trace left by the player.

Real player with 61.8 hrs in game

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The quick recap

because who has the time to read my soliloquy

Clandestine is a genius and unforgiving stealth game in which mistakes are lethal. The only way to avoid the mistakes is to have a good friend in the van monitoring you and planning ahead of time. This is a stealth game where non-lethal playthrough is rewarding because the non-lethal options are numerous and cool, whereas the guns are pretty much all the same and do the same thing without much skill needed. No advanced objective requires a kill. You will succeed or fail based on your preparation, co-ordination and skill alone. Exploration is rewarded but not capital.

Real player with 31.1 hrs in game

Clandestine on Steam

Frozen Synapse 2

Frozen Synapse 2

Here, look at this: https://steamcharts.com/search/?q=frozen+synapse+2

You’ll want to avoid buying this, even on a sale. This game is still in an unpolished, Early Access state with frequent crashing and general problems, but none of it will be fixed because the game has been abandoned, and has remained such for a couple of years now. Dead in the water, as it were. The last update came in sometime in December, 2018. They abandoned it three months or so after the initial release.

There’s the big ‘ol Steam Summer Sale going on right now and Frozen Synapse 2 is only up for -30% off, when it really should be -50% off at all times and probably at least -75% off during sales at this point, then it might be worth people buying it! Anyway..

Real player with 96.9 hrs in game

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Not recommended as of 2018, it’s still to this day in early access state. Read section “Catastrophic release” to know more. Come back in mid-2019, the game will be enjoyable by then.

Frozen Synapse 2

Frozen Synapse 2 is a straight upgrade of FS 1

It takes everything from FS1 and its DLC (named ‘Red’) and improves it.

Those familiar with FS1: ‘Red’ will be able to experience a non-bugged ‘move and shoot’ orders, focus aim, shield units, directly in FS2.

What is ‘Simultaneous Turn’ based gameplay?

Real player with 66.3 hrs in game

Frozen Synapse 2 on Steam



Hell Review

Published by Slitherine, its no surprise that Hell is a highly addictive turn-based strategy game that offers challenging gameplay for even the most battle-tested tacticians among us. Still, the game manages to offer an inviting platform for beginners, complete with a helpful tutorial and an in-depth game manual. Moreover, it is a “skirmish” style of strategic warfare, meaning that the game skips the often tedious and mind-boggling affairs found in grand strategy games and thrusts players right into the action. By doing so, the game is easier for newcomers to the genre to catch on and since combat is the central focal point, more effort and development has been put into the tactical aspect of it and the results are impressive.

Real player with 25.1 hrs in game

Story is cliche, and text certainly has its share of spelling errors, but it seemed simple to play and a fun way to pass time. Art is decent (kind of like Warcraft, cartoonish), and relatively easy to figure out. A manual would have been nice, but most nowadays don’t provide more than the basics anyway, certainly little in the way of tactics or strategy. Didn’t find a manual for this game, but didn’t find one, just tutorials. A couple other points: Your units gain experience and level up…but that doesn’t seem to carry over from one battle to another (you have to start from scratch each battle). Also, in the later battles you’re able to choose some of the units you can bring in with you, but your choice is quite limited. For example, in some battles you get longbowmen, but others only crossbowmen. Or if you get longbowmen, you can only take two perhaps. I’m guessing this is the way the game designers ensure the game stayed balanced.

Real player with 21.6 hrs in game

Hell on Steam

Classic Racers Elite

Classic Racers Elite

There was a time when pilots were TRUE pilots. It was the 60’s. The time of Rock’n’Roll, movie stars and iconic cars.

Drive furiously fast on gorgeous landscapes and fight against your monstrous car. A pure Time Attack game where you’re driving cars from the “Gentlemen Drivers” era.

Cross the finish line at the top off the hill as fast as possible ! Make the best time to be the best ranked at the world leaderboards.

-5 car categories (from micro cars to F1) to drive in 17 unique locations with slalom, reversed and split variations for a total of 51 tracks !

Classic Racers Elite on Steam

Ascension: Deckbuilding Game

Ascension: Deckbuilding Game

TLDR; The game is well worth the $10 at full price, let alone sale price, even though there are a few minor inconveniences.

I’m a huge card game fan. Magic the Gathering, Dominion, Cards Against Humanity, etc. If it has cards, I generally love it. This game is no exception, and stands out in a couple ways over similair card based games that you can get on the PC. Compared to, oh say Magic the Gathering, the file size and resources required to run this game are miniscule. I often have my 12 gigs of ram stretched pretty thin, but never once has the game caused an issue with anything else running or been too much of a burden on system resources.

Real player with 500.9 hrs in game

My favorite deck-building game

Ascension is a very good video game adaptation of one of the best tabletop competitive deck-building games, Ascension: Chronicles of the Godslayer. One player (with AI players) to four players can play locally (hot seat) or online (you must register for a free Asmodee online account), which allows cross-platform play (between Steam and various smartphone implementations).

The game

You start with the now-standard deck-builder set-up - 10 cards - and you draw back up to five cards at the end of each turn. Cards in the base game can be heroes (played once and discarded), constructs (semi-permanent), and monsters (defeat for points). Heroes and constructs generate two of the resources in the game: Runes (money for purchasing cards) and/or Power (fighting strength). Defeated monsters award you Honor (victory) points. You play cards on your turn, which generate Runes and/or Power, and you spend those to acquire or defeat cards that have been dealt from the shuffled “Portal Deck.” In addition to the minimum-six cards in the Portal Deck, there are always at least three other cards available on the side: two inexpensive heroes to buy, and one monster to fight. Heroes and constructs are worth some amount of Honor, while defeating monsters draws Honor points from the Honor pool. The Honor pool works as a timer for the game: at the start of the game, Honor is placed in the pool, and the final round completes when the last Honor points are drawn from the pool. Then the value of the heroes and constructs is added to the Honor points, and the player with the highest total wins.

Real player with 405.7 hrs in game

Ascension: Deckbuilding Game on Steam

Dev Inc

Dev Inc

My Character is Zee, i have made it to 100mil + and love the game. I would like to see more upgrades past 2060 and a possibility of multiple teams that can make multiple games at once.


Real player with 33.8 hrs in game

this game has a very good idea but there are too many bugs that make the game unplayable like when you get to around 2010 every time you try to make a new game engine literally thye last week the game will freeze and youll loss the money the engine and time and dont waste your time going to the discord because its dead the dev seamed really positive about the game but i wouldnt get it right now there are just too mant bugs

Real player with 14.3 hrs in game

Dev Inc 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