They Are Coming!

They Are Coming!

The zombie virus emerged during World War II and it’s up to you to make it spread around the world by controlling your horde of zombies in past, present, and future scenarios.

With simple controls, lots of action, and strategy, resolve the conflicts of each scenario and continue advancing in this story that can lead to the end of the world as we know it.

As you progress, unlock new special powers and face increasingly challenging enemies and environments. Try to beat your performance record at every stage and reach the top of the leaderboards.

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They Are Coming! on Steam



It’s peculiar, rough around the edges and a lot could be improved, but virtually everything about this feels more… Unique than most other horror games. It feels like the developer had a vision and didn’t mind taking a few risks.

You’ll go back and forth between your conscious and subconscious, completing puzzles, fighting off enemies, but you’ll also be intrigued, wondering what bizarre scenario will be coming up next.

It’s pretty cheap if you want to take the risk and try it out. If it isn’t for you, there’s always the refund option.

Real player with 5.4 hrs in game

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Noosphere has been on my Steam wishlist for about a month and it was time to try playing it. I have to say that I was not disappointed with the game even though I found a few minor bugs.

One time I even fell into textures and got stuck there for a while :/

But after restarting the game I never encountered this again.

Nevertheless I consider Noosphere to be a good enough psychological horror especially considering it’s indie.

My rating would be 8/10 screemers.

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

Noosphere on Steam

Unto The End

Unto The End

I want to start of by saying that I have now beat this game 3 times. This game is truly a 9/10 for me as a standalone game. Does this mean this game is perfect? No. Does it mean it’s for everyone? No.

First: the not so good of this game. Initially, the combat in the game feels clunky. It’s quite difficult to learn early on, and the first play through can be VERY frustrating at times. Once the combat is learned well, it feels very satisfying though, but it never gets easier. There are no tutorials in game except for the “sparing area” which can be accessed from any fire. Though this helps with the basics, I wish there were a few more advanced techniques gone over. Another con for the game is the apparent random damage amount a player takes from enemies. It feels like sometimes you’re really hardy, and other times you’re a piece of over ripe fruit. Initially this can be frustrating, and apparently illogical, but after DM’ing 2TON about this in the game, I was told that damage variance comes from the current position of vulnerability the character is in. For example: if you are rolling when you are hit, you take 2 or 3 times the damage than if you are in a guarded position. As a design decision, I think that this makes sense for the type of game this is, but I would like to have maybe seen at least a mention of this in the “sparing area”. Last con for this game is that in some areas visibility of the character is frustratingly difficult where you need to interact with something because of placement of a rock or something.

Real player with 29.6 hrs in game

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Death is inevitable


Unto The End (UTE) is a cinematic platformer that like several other indies rakes in uniqueness and originality. The main focus is the challenging combat that has excellent nuance. It doesn’t have much of a setup nor does it try and hold your hand at all. I should also address the storyline or rather, lack thereof. All that is shown is a Father leaves his family to presumably go on a hunting expedition. Of course, it isn’t long before he gets into trouble and players must aid him through an unrelenting frozen wasteland to return to his home.

Real player with 13.6 hrs in game

Unto The End on Steam

Deranged Park Rangers

Deranged Park Rangers

Free to play massively multiplayer online Shoot ‘Em Up with instant play.

Kill sapsuckers in an over-the-top blood and guts filled manner.


Simply click the instant action button and you’ll be killing sapsuckers with potentially hundreds of other people already playing.



After the SGF summer contest I realized that I’m a dinosaur, over 900 demos. .. the window of time for me to make a sustainable living from indie game development has closed.

I’m going to return to driving a semi-truck.

If lightning strikes and people give a hoot, I will finish the game.

Deranged Park Rangers on Steam



If you grew up playing Medal of Honor and other similar games on Play Station 1, this game will certainly take you right back to those golden days.

It is still in early stages so a few glitches and future changes are to be expected. Over all the game is fun, the shooting is done well although here and there, there are some of the terrain issues interfering with the shooting. But I’m sure that it will get sorted out in future patches.

The movement is fun, kind off like a mixture between most other major FPS games like the older CoD’s and MoH’s, and games like the original Quake games and similar other games. Again, a few minor terrain interferences and some of the enemy movements and animations can be improved, but nothing major and of course I’m sure they will be sorted out as future patches comes out.

Real player with 47.8 hrs in game

I stopped playing FPS games around the time Battlefield 4 became really big. It got too intense! The maps got too big and there were too many players in every match. You can’t spawn without being F*%#ed by a tank or chopper… I missed the simpler times of fast “Arena” based FPS games like the older call of duty’s. That’s exactly what GRUNT1914 is! The maps are small but big enough to snipe in and although some of them are still a bit buggy, they feel fast and smooth. The guns seems to be accurately modeled after real guns from this era, however the sounds of some of the guns can still improve!

Real player with 47.7 hrs in game

Grunt1914 on Steam



I really enjoyed this game. It is fun and becomes fast paced as you play. I would recommend playing.

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Sucks. Crashed, and refused to close. Also, this game is vastly worse than it presents itself. You gotta click the viruses that spin and fly at you like missiles. And the anti bodies don’t do nearly enough, even upgrades. Over all, horrible game.

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game




I played the demo. I liked the demo. I purchased this game because of the demo and the “cool” looking graphics and style.

And then… I quickly discovered a lesson I’ve learned long ago with games. “Don’t judge a book by its cover”

While this game seems to take its inspiration from the movie “World War Z” and it has frantic, fast, and relentless zombies… it quickly turns into nothing more than running in circles kiting the zombies over and over and over and over and over and over. “Zombie Kiting 2020” would have been a much more fitting name for this game that in the end is about as shallow at that ditzy blonde we all knew in high school.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game


Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

All Of ZHEM on Steam

Pendle Hill

Pendle Hill

Pendle Hill is a unique and intense single player open-world survival horror game. The game is loosely based on a real life location with a dark past. Immerse yourself in an amazingly detailed world and find out who you really are and what you are made of!

The game is played in a first person perspective and combines different genres of game play such as stealth, action and puzzle solving to give you an experience like you have never had before. This will be the scariest game you ever played…

You wake up to find yourself in an eerie and mysterious forest with no recollection of who and where you are. In this haunting forest possessed with unimaginable monsters, you must piece together your story, fight to stay alive and make your escape!

Pendle Hill on Steam