Stones of Sorrow
Read the store page, view the video, and you will have a good grip on the premise of this game. Now check the controls and go get those stones. You will need one for each hand to smash your blood brother’s head in properly.
Wow what a great Developer. All of my pin points below have been addressed and are no longer issues as of this past update(1.1.2) and it has been Less than a week. The movement even feels more fluid. I ran into a couple random issues… but I have screenshot them with descriptions. I’m curious to see how much gametime it will take to max out my perks :)
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This game will blow your mind! Like, where else can you play a game so innovative like that? Cave paintings killing each other, a cool variety of items and, in the middle, a story well arranged and nicely told? Holy crap! You’ll say “why didn’t I play this gem before?” (ps: you’ll die a lot, but that won’t keep your hands off the controller. You’ll beg for more or, should I say, beg for gore?)
I’ve already “finished” Stones of Sorrow 4 or 5 times and now I’m in for the achievements, mainly ‘cause this state of the art item of human badassery -both the pre-historic cave art/21st game development- totally deserves it.
I love the simplicity of this game! Really well designed and probably even more fun on an iPad or iPhone!
Here is a quick video review of the game so you can see for yourself!!
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I would definitely recommend Dungeon Highway. It is very fun game that I think anyone could enjoy. You can earn experience to get multiple players, and improve your score to even get on the scoreboards! For me, I think about seven dollars was worth it. I play it all the time and so far, I haven’t seen many negative sides to this game. This is a great game, and I would definitely recommend that you buy it.
Cut Them Up
Looking for casual but intense gameplay ?
Make a mess on 60 randomly generated levels and defeat The Darkness in the final fight !
Cut Them Up - it is Top-Down Single Screen Hack-and-Slash game that can be played without a keyboard (all controls on the mouse).
Improve the game character in your own way (after each level you get 1 new skill point, you have 20 unique skills at choice)
Strive to improve your personal record in endless survival mode.
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INHALE. SAVE THE WORLD. EXHALE. REPEAT.
Who needs guns or swords when the environment is on their side?
Better still: why not having them all?
Dash Hale is a combat-based runner set in a dynamic, freely rotating world: run faster or slower by changing the ground incline, turn it into a steep slope for sliding or drop to a free fall - bringing your enemies down with you.
Hunt bloodthirsty zombies in a pirate ship, survive rebellious machines in feudal Japan, face hellish demons in the cyberspace and escape giant rotating blades… everywhere. It may not make much sense, but you won’t have time to miss it.
Control Matt and the world around him: jump, swap between short and long-range attacks and rotate the world at will;
10 kinds of enemies, 10 corresponding levels - which get mixed at the start of each scene;*
Upgrade your weapons and acquire new abilities through your journey;
Blood pumping electronic soundtrack;
This is a very nice western themed top down rougelike game. I see a lot of top-down shooter games get compared to Hotline Miami, and to some degree this is understandable but, I feel, usually unwarranted. However I think this game actually is quite similar to Hotline Miami. The gunplay feels quite smooth and fast. Melee and throwing weapons are also viable methods of killing. There are also some stealth mechanics. Most of the enemies die quickly, especially if you can catch them off guard.
As the game goes on the player can save prisoners who can give the player perks like better accuracy or more damage with certain weapons. Most of them will also offer to join the player instead of giving a perk. After enough levels the player can get a whole posse of followers going.
Colt Canyon Review - A gunslinger’s dream
Brutal western roguelite shooter delivers dynamic combat and enthralling gameplay.
Colt Canyon, from the outside, has a rather simple premise; you need to save your partner - kidnapped by bandits at the beginning of the brief tutorial - by shooting your way to victory through the hordes of bloodthirsty bandits that populate the otherwise desolate plains of the wild west. And whilst it appears that’s all there is to this game, its complexity as you play seems to unfurl in front of you, very much deserving of the “easy to pick up, hard as hell to master” mantle.
This game is RIDICULOUS FUN!!!!
My sister and I love to jump on local multiplayer games whenever we can. Some are hits, some are misses, but we usually have a good time nevertheless. When I saw this game, I wasn’t super sure about it. The graphics didn’t really catch my eye, and I wasn’t sure if the game-play was our style. BOY WAS I WRONG! This game was probably the funnest local multiplayer game we’ve game to date!
We found ourselves laughing a bunch, talking about plans, and instantly wanting to replay after every death!
infected shelter is a great roguelite brawler. the latter means you’ll be beating up all sorts of bad guys (or former bad guys, now zombies or mutants), robotic creatures and even some crazed wild animals, while the former means you’ll be dying and restarting from the beginning a lot.
there are 4 classes to choose from, each with their strengths and weaknesses. they’re all unlocked from the get-go and before every run they come up in 3 sets of randomized gear. pick one, then go nuts with whatever you can find, or use your bare hands. or your guitar, crutches, or grandpa in a wheelchair. the game doesn’t take itself seriously, which was a plus for me. there are also combos to pull off for more damage.
Mosquitoes and zombies
Great runner, with good graphics, liked the game design
Mud and Blood
I love the Mud And Blood saga.
I’ve been a fan for 15 years of the games and the concept behind, which is kept in its Steam version.
It’s a one man army of a game which provides you with a strict and unforgiving challenge.
The game requires you to be alert and actively playing, focusing on each decision and movement in order to avoid certain defeat. This causes the player to descend in a trance, in which you need to be at 100% of your playing capabilities.
The game “fuses” MnB2 and MnB3 togheter, and are now being called classic and campaign.
As a tester for this game, there’s a reason why I have played this many hours of this game. I’m not the kind of guy who’s a masochist, especially as someone who can remember plenty of times raging at this game. Some moments will be easy and some moments will be randomly challenging. But for new players, especially those unfamiliar with the older Mud and Blood flash games, you will get screwed really hard in the first few or even several hours until you learn. However despite all those moments, I still come back and play this game again and again because its difficulty is what makes winning rewarding, and its randomness is what makes the game replayable. I’ve lost lots of men to standard rifleman, and other times I managed to beat back a element of infantry backed by armored vehicles.
Ok, I played about 5 or 6 lives as soon as it installed then had a break to compose myself… after 30 mins or so I was like “I need to get past level 5” so I jumped back in for another frantic axe whacking rampage. Then my goal was to conquer the double digits which is when I started realising that approaching enemies with a little more tact goes a long way.
Positive thoughts so far (from a laymans perspective):
Replay value! The randomly generated levels and loot provide a different challenge each time
I’m always chasing roguelike dungeon games, even though most of them end up pretty bad. The reason I do this is because every so often, I find a game like Tallowmere!
I absolutely love this game. It’s equal parts fun and frustrating. You really learn and develop your tactics the more you play. You have to figure out the best way to use your weapons, and what weapon is the right weapon to use in any given situation, and even once you’ve learned that, you have to be careful not to get too cocky or careless, because mistakes can kill!
Delve into the depths of hell and slay hordes of enemies on your way down through a dark well in this retro inspired rogue-lite FPS
Dynamic fast paced combat with tight movement and satisfying guns
Gun and character skill upgrades, variety of guns, range of challenging hellish enemies
Atmospherically dark levels with aggressive difficulty curve
Rich visual style with captivating enemy design
Contextual music matching hardcore combat and softer recovery sections
Stat and performance reports per run down the well