Blood Spear

Blood Spear

No game in the steam catalog can compare to Blood Spear. Having thousands of hours in other steam games, i have decided that this game reigns superior above all. No one should pass up playing this game. A Breathtaking experience, honestly, the convoluted story at the beginning begins to piece itself together as you play. The game play flows well and with non linear areas, you can play the game the way you want to play it. The music is phenomenal, and is comparable to soundtracks of other great triple A games. The idea of a ranged combat is so fresh and different in a convoluted genre of sword hack and slash games. This game CANNOT be compared to the souls games, they are the yin and yang of souls likes. Dark souls being bleak, cold, dark, and repetitive, while Blood Spear is fast pased, high octane, intuitive, as these new ideas are added to the legacy of these games. I hope that this inspires other great Spear-Like games and is a genre i will be keeping up with for years to come.

Real player with 24.7 hrs in game

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When a game is soo good that being free seems wrong

  • Third-person Hack and slash

  • Short

  • Great atmosphere

  • Inventive combat mechanics

  • Easy to learn, room for skilled-play

So, if you are still here… Let’s get down to it:


Nobody said it was easy, it’s such a shame for us to part…

Blood Spear is often called a student project… hence why it is so short and free, but make no mistake, winning first prize at ISART Digital Montreal 2021 is no small feat, and calling this a student project is a grave understatement. Picking obvious queues from the likes of Dark Souls, Soul Reaver and more, you get a third-person hack and slash campaign that won’t overstay its welcome, with an easy to learn throwing mechanic (charge and quick-fire) backed up with two inventive skills that add strategy and healing abilities, this compact package leaves you wanting more.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Blood Spear on Steam

Not in Heaven

Not in Heaven

I really loved the idea behind the game and its eerie atmosphere, the plot is pretty good too. I had a bit of a hard time figuring the controls at first, but since the last patch it’s been fixed, so now the game feels much better. Overall, playing this game could be a fun way to spend a couple of evenings. It’s like reading a creepy story, which you know won’t take too long but is still enjoyable. If that kind of experience is what you’re looking for, I definitely recommend this game to you.

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

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I’ll start off by saying that this game is far from perfect,but I enjoyed it anyway.

Little Emily was in an accident and is now in a coma,It’s your job to guide her soul through limbo and back to her body…but although limbo isn’t hell,it sure ain’t heaven…What starts off as a pleasant boat ride to a lighthouse soon takes a nasty turn. A sinister woman and her pet ghouls are out to make dinner,and guess what the main ingredient in tonight’s recipe is?

While the game has a few jumpscares,it isn’t exactly “scary”…the real horror is how rough this all would be for a poor little kid to deal with….

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

Not in Heaven on Steam



its really fun and scary :)

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

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I liked this game more than expected, I’m not even sure why. I loved the pixel graphics, the creepy athmosphere and the several endings (I still have to complete one of them). I would have appreciated a more detailed story and background. Some things are still unclear to me. There are jumpscares, but not so intense and terrifying. The puzzles are not so hard. What really made me cry bitter tears is the labyrinth at the end. If you, like me, have the sense of direction of a mussel, feel free to check my gameplay, it should be helpful.

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Whisperwind on Steam



Wandering what would it be if Dante’s Inferno (2010) became a metroidvania game? Now you have the answer, it’s Blasphemous! I’ll try to be as brief and honest as possible telling what I saw and experienced during my playthrough.

Before anything else my entire playthrough was during “V. 1.0.6” so, if there’s something missing the devs might have patched it. At this moment the game is on “V. 1.0.8” and according to the devs:


“You’ll also notice that this is Patch 1, which means more patches and content updates will be on their way - launching Blasphemous doesn’t mean we’re finished! - Wed, 25/09/2019”

Knowing that let’s get to move on to the review…

Real player with 86.2 hrs in game

If someone reads this - Sorry for my English.

I really wanted to like this game. But it seems to me that the logic of exploring the map is fundamentally broken.

How does metroidvanias work? At the location, you find obstacles that you can not overcome. –- You explore the location, find the ability. — Overcome obstacles and feel progress. The game designer organizes the game levels in such a way that you can collect the necessary abilities for game progression and explore old locations to find secrets. And in portions, you get more and more freedom to move.

Real player with 39.2 hrs in game

Blasphemous on Steam



⚖️ Grade = B. Worth a buy, if you enjoy path unlocking adventure. However, if you’re looking for exciting scenario, it doesn’t have


✔️ Proceed without any guide or map

✔️ Run away from Hostile

✔️ Simple horror (no head man)

✔️ Physic Puzzle

✔️ Short reading

❌ Stay alive with limited equipment

❌ New pickups location for replay value

❌ Horror art & creepy music

❌ Horror death

❌ Cinematic Cutscene

❌ Sneak Pass Enemies


Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Visually stunning! I wasn’t expecting many spooks from this and was honestly low-key hoping for more of a walking simulator experience where you get to peacefully walk around an abandoned plague-ridden ghost town and admire the sights and scenery without having to worry about spooks, unexpected chase sequences, or regular threats to my life, but The Wine did a good job of delivering a healthy mixture of both! I’m especially thankful for the addition of what I affectionately call “baby mode” which will automatically vanish homicidal maniacs after a solid minute of running around so that you can solve your puzzles in peace. I kept baby mode on for the whole game but only noticed it twice on particularly awkward puzzles, and it definitely didn’t diminish the experience of the game or make it any less scary!

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

HORROR TALES: The Wine on Steam

Twice Reborn: a vampire visual novel

Twice Reborn: a vampire visual novel

If you crossed a vampire, would you protect humanity or embrace the blood?

In Twice Reborn, Mark Delaware a teaching assistant, becomes a newly-turned vampire in a community forced to hide in plain sight. His mentor, Michelson, has trusted Mark to become the Enforcer: a feared arbiter who keeps the quarreling vampiric houses following the Code. When arson kills key vampires in the community, it’s up to Mark to either embrace his blood or to find a way to–somehow–regain his humanity.

There Are Sacrifices to Make

Interacting with humans and vampires is a delicate balance. Not all appreciate Mark’s decision and not all relationships can last. Some want him dead, others want him for their own. Mark’s responses in the perilous community changes their reactions as well as the story’s routes/endings.

Survive the Night

Satiate Mark’s bloodlust, otherwise he may kill innocents. The opportunities for blood will not always be private nor moral.

Not all are who they seem to be.

Twice Reborn Features:

  • Listen to a fully voiced cast of 30+ characters (audio dialogue is in English)

  • Build a reputation among factions, earn friendships, and control Mark’s bloodlust

  • Experience a story with over 95,000 words

  • Arrive to 20+ possible endings

  • Experience a vampire drama with an optional romance and an apprentice to adopt

  • Unlock art through a CG gallery as you achieve milestones in the story

  • To be released for Windows and Mac

_Advisory Warning:

Contains flashing images, violence, moderate language, drugs/alcohol usage. Not suitable for all ages.

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Twice Reborn: a vampire visual novel on Steam