Silly Polly Beast
Freedom is not asked, it is taken.
This story is about a girl who, by the will of fate, faced the beast, and to become free she was forced to study its nature.
A story-driven shooter with aggressive gunfights and terrifying monsters awaits you.
How far can you go in the fight for your freedom?
Read More: Best Blood Destruction Games.
Suit for Hire
This is the best non-turn-based John Wick simulator. Running around face shooting and doing gun fu and knife takedowns never gets old. My only complaint would be the difficulty, but for me that just makes it have more value as I play a level over and over trying to beat it. Some might get frustrated, though, at going all the way back to the beginning of each level when you die.
Each level gives you a set location and group of badguys to take out, usually on your way to some kind of objective, even though there is no story at present to give any meaning to the killing. That is fine with me, but it might urk some. They are planning to add cut scenes, though, so for now, make up your own story about how the people he’s going after killed his car and stole his dog right after his sister died or something.
Read More: Best Blood Arcade Games.
The combat for this game is well executed.
It rewards you with a full magazine for landing 7 back-to-back pistol shots.
Missed some of your shots? No problem, the game encourages you to mix it up with a close quarters option as a stylishly fancy way of getting more ammo for your pistol.
Performing an up close finisher on an enemy gives you a full magazine in your pistol. In order to have a chance to do a finisher you’ll need to build up a meter using punches and kicks.
Punch and kick are on 2 separate buttons, this is important to take note of because kicking objects towards enemies (including grenades) is a mechanic in the game.
They Bleed Pixels
They Bleed Pixels - Satisfaction that comes at a price
If you check on Steam it actually comes at pretty low price. But obviously I was not talking about money. I was talking about time (which equals money) but let talk more about why I came to such a conclusion.
So if you have read my previous review you probably guessed that I like this game because it is a 2D platformer. And yes I like platformers and I was collecting them in the past when I had time to play any games. Naturally I came across this game and loved it at first sight. And why not? I watched the trailer and I saw fast paced action, lots of different moves and attacks. I loved this simplistic but beautiful art style. It also said it was inspired H.P Lovecraft which told me absolutely nothing at first but after searching online I know all I needed. Another thing that got me really excited was the number of achievements to unlock. And my friends know that I’m a achievement-junkie. But I should have read what those achievements are about. From the tags I new it wasn’t going to be easy and I was quite ready for that. So I grabbed my controller, fired up the game and focused on my TV screen…
Read More: Best Blood Platformer Games.
They Bleed Pixels is a challenging wall jump platformer, with a satisfying unique premise, quality combat and engaging mechanics.
You control a presumably troubled student at the Lafcadio Academy for troubled girls. She stumbles across a magical book that makes you have wild dreams involving a few strangely horrific creatures, several bloody spikes, and an ever present number of saws. The book also has glowing bits and pages that not only are missing, but found inside said dreams. Take heed of any such events that occur in reality, as these are not normal behaviors for books or their pages.
Regain Earth: First Strike
Played almost 240 hours so far - loving the game and the addition of the turrent grenades has added a handy dimension for single players.
Looking forward to improving my skills to open higher levels.
Really miss multi-player games (Defiance) for the interactions, but I will have to continue as a single player for now.
Regain Earth is a small game from a solo indie game developer. You can’t expect Fortnite or COD, but I really like it. If you like a mix of roguelikes, as a 3D shooter and generally small indie games, you will have a lot of fun with it.
Feedback is well considered in the community and you can even vote in Discord which features should be added to the game! I think a cool idea and more game developer should do like this.
The game and the beta I follow for a while now. And have been looking forward to EA release today very much. I enjoy the game since beta a lot especially as multiplayer with my friends.
As a playtester for this game’s Steam release I can say with confidence that this is a really solid game with amazing gameplay. And not only that, it has a lovely indie team behind it too! Definetly pick this game up
The gameplay feels very smooth when hacking your way through levels, being able to pick up virtually anything around you as a weapon in your fight as Mr. Wolf. Even when dying a lot at points, which can happen quite frequently with the well-executed 1 hit death system, I never felt like giving up or taking a pause. For those who don’t like dying much: there is an option in the settings to make yourself invincible so you can really go all-out slashing.
Hotline Miami on speed. This is a great top down action game, it’s fast paced, very fun, a lot of creativity and a very strong level design. The OST has some really nice bangers as well.
There is A LOT of weapons everywhere and your goal is to power through levels by any means necessary. Use a pistol, a scythe, a snowball, a fish, an explosive barrel, a mini gun and others more or less crazy alternatives. It’s all about speed, making combo and using different weapons to try to get the highest score possible. You can unlock hats that have various effect by defeating bosses or reaching a certain highscore. The hats have a real Hotline Miami vibe of course, you can tell the devs are fan of that game, you feel their passion throughout the game.
Being a maintenance worker in deep space can be very challenging! The perfect case scenario is our hero, “Harrison.” His job is to go from one communication relay to another in deep space and patch them up. Everything was going as planned, working on the relay, until a big bang occurred and destroyed his vessel. Stranded in deep space, equipped with his suit and jetpack, he has to make his way back home.
LOST ORBIT is a fast-paced action game set in deep space where you play “Harrison” and need to find his way back home through 40 levels in 4 Solar systems. In each level, you will have to collect all Obtainiums (pink crystals) and make it to the end of the level as fast as you can with no deaths in order to be awarded platinum badges and you will received additional Obtainiums by doing so.
*– [Real player with 8.7 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198003030375)*
I played this game at PAX East this past April and enjoyed it so I ended up following through and purchasing the game. I absolutely love it. I find everything about it great:
-Going at high speeds through pulsars and gas giants and gaining even more speed
-Dodging obstacles left and right and zipping through debris
-The unique mechanic of being able to go from one side of the screen to the other
-The variety in solar systems (Thier colors, debris, and art style)
-Beautiful art style that is almost like a cartoon but is really quite amazing
*– [Real player with 7.4 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198053266369)*