Sam & Max Hit the Road

Sam & Max Hit the Road

It’s Sam & Max’s first Adventure made for MS-DOS/Windows 3.1/95/98 PCs & is considered one of the best Inventory Adventure games created. Sam & Max Hit the Road is based on a 1989 Comic Adventure of the Freelance Police called: “Sam & Max On the Road”. The Sam & Max Franchise had a Cartoon Series that used to air on Fox Kids from 1997-1998 on the Fox Network Channels. Sam & Max are Dog & Bunny who operate as a Freelance Police Force.

In this adventure, Sam & Max have been tasked by the Commissioner to locate a Bigfoot that’s gone missing from a local carnival, but along the way, they run into all sorts of Zany things that makes the game feel & look fun leading into an ending that makes complete sense of the situation or not at all.

Real player with 13.3 hrs in game

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This was a surprise find for me.

I was looking for a different sort of game, one that hadn’t been over-recommended by Steam’s algorithm– and by almost impossible chance I stumbled on this. Not only did I get the sense that this was a very old game, but by reading its initial release was back in 1993– and by staring at its graphics– I immediately understood.

This game is a classic. (Unquestionably).

And Sam & Max are a familiar pair. I’ve heard of them but have never formally introduced myself to their video game counterparts.

Real player with 11.4 hrs in game

Sam & Max Hit the Road on Steam



You play as Dusty, a robot vacuum that gains sentience after fighting off burglars during a break-in. Your family is brutally attacked by the FamilyCorp warranty squad and in the battle you’re thrown into the living room TV. On the brink of robodeath, your consciousness enters “the TV dimension” to gain the abilities you need to rise from the ashes and rescue your family.

Eat Their Blood

Do your duties as a vacuum cleaner and clean up the mess

Devastating Powers

Consume the blood of your enemies to unleash devastating powers.


As a robot vacuum cleaner, use your low profile to hide under furniture and avoid detection.


Hack smart devices, turn them into deadly traps


Use the environment as your weapon, suck up objects to shoot at your enemies

Furry Friends

Meet powerful allies

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Blood: Fresh Supply™

Blood: Fresh Supply™

Of the holy trinity of Build Engine games BLOOD is arguably the best one!

TL;DR: BLOOD is fast, intricatly designed, extremely fun to play, and also really hard. The Level Design is great and the maps flow into each other seamlessly. The Enemy Design is perfect, each enemy type is distinguishable and requires a different approach, which leads to an infinite amount of possible and engaging encounters. I recommend this game to anyone with an ounce of appreciation for FPS games.

BLOOD is my favourite FPS game of the 90s and one of my favourite video games in general. It may not be as influential as Doom or Quake, but it has a special place in my heart due to its charm.

Real player with 52.2 hrs in game

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I genuinely enjoyed this 90s shooter more than i enjoyed Doom Eternal this year. ‘Nuff said.

Real player with 46.0 hrs in game

Blood: Fresh Supply™ on Steam

Chains of Fury

Chains of Fury

Experience the sick pleasure of painting rooms with alien slimeballs. Feel the bliss of nostalgia coming through you. You’re in for a hell of a ride but: always respect the Duke.

Become the meanest hero motherF&@*#@ on the planet, whose testosterone can only be measured in the amounts of bullets you share with those standing in your way. Shooting, smashing, destroying = music for your ears. Make alien bastards pay for what they’ve done.


Destructible walls - you don’t need keys as almost everything is destructible.

Hidden Secrets - loads of eastereggs & secrets wait to be found.

Retro inspired - Duke, Quake, UT, Doom. We took inspirations from the best.

Dark Humor - you’ll recall times where FPS games could make you smile.

Split screen multiplayer - play with your friend or foe.

You are a hired gun. Your former clients put you in prison instead of paying you. That was their last mistake. You will find them and you will get your money back. No world-saving, no zero to hero bullshit, no mercy. It’s nothing personal - it’s just business.

There is no turning back. If something is slowing you down, just shoot it and destroy it. Nearly all walls are destroyable here.

This is gonna be bloody. Even punches and kicks get to be quite lethal here.

Use your environment to your advantage. Abysses, force fields, vortexes, spikes on the walls, and more. Make those kills MEMorable.

Shoot first, ask questions later. You are here “just” for pure mayhem. Choose from the guns that everyone knows and loves: minigun, shotgun, railgun and more. Rejoice in the real thrill of slaughtering scumbugs standing in your way.

There is no time for thinking here. Lots of enemy types including bosses are waiting to be slain.

Chains of Fury on Steam

Operation Body Count

Operation Body Count

This game:

-Have real weapons

-Have a contemporary topic: Terrorist Attack

-You could shoot bullet holes in the wall

-You had Coop teammates

-You could give orders to teammates

-Has Booby traps!

-Glass physics which you could shatter or just make holes in it

-Has destructible Walls

-You can set objects on fire

-Blood / Gunk splat on the screen

-Have a friggin FLAMETHROWER!

And no! It’s not CoD! It’s a game from 1994!

Some features you would only see it in other games almost half decade later!

Real player with 47.5 hrs in game

a really sweet gem from capstone like corridor 7 alien invation this is a game you really want =) if you love cool retro fps games

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

Operation Body Count on Steam



Maybe my judgement is affected by playing too many terrible raycast engine maker games lately, but I don’t think this game deserves all the flack it’s getting in the reviews section here. Yes, it has problems, but for the price (especially on sale) it’s a decent classic Quake-wannabe FPS shooter.

The Good:

  • classic Quake-style gameplay (though not nearly as good as Quake itself obviously)

  • no ammo cap for any of the guns, unless it’s 999 or something which I’ve never reached

  • no weapon reloading, though some guns have recoil that gets worse the longer you hold down the fire button which is fine

Real player with 11.8 hrs in game

=== [ 👪 Audience: ] ===

🟥 Everyone

🟥 Kids

🟥 Teens

🟩 Adults

🟥 Mature

=== [ 👀 Graphics: ] ===

🟥 What Is This?

🟥 Bad

🟥 Acceptable

🟩 Good

🟥 Great

🟥 Stylistic

🟥 Beautiful

=== [ SOUND/MUSIC ] ===

🟥 Bad

🟥 Nothing Special

🟥 Good

🟥 Great

🟩 Beautiful

=== [ 🌏 Story] ===

🟩 This Game Has No Story

🟥 Nothing Special

🟥 It´s Alright

🟥 Well Written

🟥 Epic Story

=== [ 💎 Price ] ===

🟥 Free

🟥 Underpriced

🟩 Perfect Price

🟥 Could Be Cheaper

🟥 Overpriced

=== [ ⏰ Game time/length ] ===

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Monument on Steam



Christ! I’m not sure how to respond to this game. I’m iin my 30’s and i grew up on fps games. DUSK is possibly the best game I have ever played. I feel that the creator grew up playing, doom, quake, half-life and the like. The game is so perfectly created by someone who wished that he could create a shooter that took small parts from all of those games and put them together in a way that i would never expect. It is retro in a way that isnt jokey, but it incorporates all the best elements from every 90’s shooter. In conclusion, its not half-life, but it’s better than every other shooter that came before that. Honestly, one of the best shooters of all time.

Real player with 72.9 hrs in game

Fantastic shooter and had me gripped from start to finish. If you like the retro style then this game is for you. Loads of secrets similar to doom etc. Gameplay is smooth and fluid. Runs like a dream at 120fps+.Such a simple game to play, it’s a no nonsense shooter. Updated on a regular basis and great value for money. Loving it.

Highly recommended. A++

Real player with 32.1 hrs in game

DUSK on Steam

Hellbound: Survival Mode

Hellbound: Survival Mode

Hellbound: Survival Mode

Survival Mode for the game Hellbound tho I am yet to get into the base game. I must say I enjoyed my time in Hellbound: Survival Mode. Tho There's not much content involved but the fast gory action-packed gameplay occupied me for hours.

Developed and published by Saibot back early 2018, Hellbound: Survival Mode is a fast-paced action-packed shooter. An extension of the base game you can give this Free to play game mode a try to understand what you might expect from the base game.

*– [Real player with 598.5 hrs in game](*

### Rating: fair (6/10)


Hellbound: Survival Mode is a first-person single player monster arena shooter survival. You have to survive waves of monsters, some of which use same variety of weapons as you.

**Gameplay & Story: 5/10**

The gameplay is quite simple - you are in a quite limited arena map surrounded by lava and have to survive waves of enemies spawning and rushing or shooting at you, depending if they are melee or ranged. The difficulty of the waves increase with time, which not only spawns more and better enemies, but also gives them some buffs that increase their health, damage or speed. The story mode is currently not present in Hellbound, but the devs are working on it (and still sometimes publish smaller updates to the survival mode). The game is made in the oldschool quake style, so expect it to be rather quick and explosive.

*– [Real player with 8.2 hrs in game](*


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## Cyber Psychosis


**Cyber ​​Psychosis** is a pseudo-3D dynamic first-person shooter where you have to get used to the role of **Artificial Intelligence**, in which consciousness and an unbridled desire for cruelty have awakened.

In the game you will find cold, wire-covered walls of a scientific complex and crowds of enemies - mutants trying to stop you ..

Features of the game:

-The game has implemented an unusual mechanic **Energy**, which replaces the usual health and ammo

-Lots of different opponents, as well as a variety of weapons, in order to effectively deal with enemies

-Dark cyberpunk atmosphere


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## Gun Rage

Gameplay is fun and I like the grotesque-looking enemies you encounter in the game. Unfortunately the developer obviously did not proofread any of the dialogue during development because it is riddled with poor vocabulary. If you can ignore that glaring issue and are into side-scrolling shooters you will enjoy this one.

*– [Real player with 6.6 hrs in game](*

Pure atmosphere with a fast-and-loose play style, Gun Rage is proving to be a lot of fun so far. I haven't encountered any major design issues, and this game was obviously made with care and a specific vision in mind. I'm sure any possible issues will be addressed. Great art and soundtrack. An early thumbs-up from my quick dip into this tasty, violent, and gory syth-pocalypse.

*– [Real player with 2.6 hrs in game](*