Book of the Old

Book of the Old

The Old, will Return

A puppet somehow has its own will, accidentally summoned a mystical soul from the Otherworld.

Now they are trapped in a mysterious manor.

What is behind all this, and what is awaiting these two souls?

The answer lays in the Book of the Old.

A Roguelike shooting game

Dodge enemies' bullets and shoot them! Every time you start a journey, it will be all new!

Adventure deeper, and new maps, enemies, stories will appear.

Decide you own adventure plan – do you prefer easy maps, or dangerous ones with high benefits?

Equipment? No, they are cards!

Collecting coins after cleaning rooms. Use coins to get powerful cards, or keep the coins for interest – if you are not killed by powerful enemies.

The altar will provide 5 cards each time for you to pick, and you can refresh them all if there is no your target card – of course you should pay for that.

3 same cards will became higher ranked card, witch can assist you fighting more powerful enemies.

Each card has two forms of ability and two bonds. With 80 cards and 32 bonds, it’s up to your wisdom and imagination how powerful you can be.

What’s that monster?

80 monsters and 23 bosses, every of them has its unique skill and action.

Some of them can even cooperate.

Be careful, every single kind of these monsters is fatal!

This is a roguelike game with infinite possibilities.

What is your road, you decide.

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Book of the Old on Steam

Hand Cannon Virtuoso

Hand Cannon Virtuoso

This is one of those hidden VR gems that deserves more attention and praise. This game offers a high skill ceiling, with fast, and easy to understand mechanics. It fully takes advantage of the medium and format of VR, and it feels like a full game and not just a tech demo, despite still being in early access.

The main game play is that of a shooter. However, instead of just running and gunning, you have rockets on your wrists, allowing you to jump, fly, glide, and even dash your way through the rooms. This fast, yet tight and responsive flying system, gives the game an immense speed to its main game play. However, this does mean it may not be the best first time VR experience as you move so quickly, but I have never personally experienced any dizziness or nausea from the game.

Real player with 38.4 hrs in game

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I am very close to the developer and have been heavily involved in alpha/beta testing for this game, so I am VERY biased :)

That said - as evidenced by playtime I think this game is a lot of fun.

My favorite parts are:

  • Locomotion is pretty unique relative to other VR games I’ve played. It looks fast paced but actually does not really cause me any issues with motion sickness. I think having to wave your arms around to control your thrusters helps with motion sickness.

  • The game is more than a tech demo - I find it fun and highly replayable with a lot of cool content to keep me interested. There are tons of weapons, enemies, and tactics to learn

Real player with 27.6 hrs in game

Hand Cannon Virtuoso on Steam

CAPITALISM The action board game for one player

CAPITALISM The action board game for one player

‘CAPITALISM The action board game for one player’ is a real-time board game/ card game hybrid where your goal is to become a millionaire. Build your property empire, compete for cash prizes in high stakes mini-games, and (hopefully) earn more than you spend.

A compelling mix of strategy and action, with minigames spanning a wide variety of genres. A mix of arcade classics, platforming, bullet hell and more.

Put down your copy of Microsoft Paint, ‘CAPITALISM The action board game for one player’ features a character creator that lets you design literally anything you can think of. Easily save, load and share characters with friends using a special code format.

Strategically place cards around the board to optimise revenue. Will you be able to offset your lavish spending habits with a healthy income stream?

Crush your rivals. Pay your debts. Can you master the art of generating capital? What will you spend your £1,000,000 on?

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CAPITALISM The action board game for one player on Steam

Temple with traps

Temple with traps

The entire game is one map with fifteen rocks to collect. Rate 0/10 Do not buy! This game does not deserve a price tag unless there are 100 levels or more content. The name has nothing to do with the game play!

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

what ya see is what ya get, over and over again. and that funky colour.. boke. i thought for the price there was more increasingly harder levels to go through. NOPE.. just one level. finished in 5 minutes, sooo. nooo. read the refined tags if ya wanna good laugh at what this game is not. i was well conned. refund time for me.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Temple with traps on Steam



I give a qualified thumbs up. If you can get this game for $0.99 or less, it’s worth playing just for the concept. I wouldn’t pay more than that. There is no tutorial and no explanation of the rules. I sort of get it and it’s interesting up to a point.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Looks like I get to write the first review for COINS BATTLE. Lucky me.

COINS BATTLE is a very low quality mobile-tier clicker game where you tap on various coins to make them “fight” other coins by running into them, just like the screenshots show. Exciting, isn’t it? Yeah, I know.

Usually I’d go into why this game is so insultingly bad no PC gamer should buy it, but I’ve lately gone through so many asset flips and game construction kit garbage, it’s really refreshing that at least there’s an original concept here. It’s not a good concept, and it’s badly implemented, but at least it’s original, as far as I know.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game




Disclaimer - Backed at low tier, however, that’s not going to influence my opinion, the game really is great

Smash TV finally has a spiritual successor that’s actually worthy of the name, step into the light FORCED SHOWDOWN!

FORCED, as some of you may recall was a bit of a mixed bag, there were some good ideas in it, but it was hampered by a lack of clear direction and in some senses was more of a testbed for what was to come. There was a game lurking in FORCED, a game that was just itching to get out. One where Betadwarf just cut loose with the crazy, went “You know what? Stuff all that stuff which says games need to be normal and based around the usual cliched tropes, let’s go all out nutty and take what made Smash TV a hit, and go from there”

Real player with 34.7 hrs in game

I played the game from an really early version on, and experienced the “developement” of the game throughout the years.

First of all: it is a nice game, but not worth 20€, imho. Why? Just read my Review about this game, you are interested in.

What is this game about?

-It is an game, which is about creating an Deck, consisting of 3 types of cards, Spells, Consumeables and Upgrades.

|- you can chose that deck to challenge an Program, there exists 3 Programs currently, with ranging “difficulties”.

Real player with 30.9 hrs in game


Trial Of Destiny

Trial Of Destiny

The game still needs polish but the overall gameplay loop is pretty fun and Roguelike fans will feel right at home in this game.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Very interesting hack and slash. I like the variety of enemies and abilities.

Let’s play

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Trial Of Destiny on Steam

Battle for Sea 3D

Battle for Sea 3D

Battle for Sea 3D is an overpriced game. The controls in the game are terrible, the graphics in the game are terrible. I do not advise anyone to buy this game ..

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

If you’re looking for a battleship clone, look elsewhere: While the gameplay is true to the original, the bland visuals, uncooperative camera, and sluggish pace provide–at most–one to two rounds of enjoyment.

Upon starting the game, you’re greeted by a fullscreen window with only one option: Place your ships. Through quick trial and error, you’re probably figure out that you click once to anchor, then once more to rotate the angle, but nowhere is this shown. Speaking of which, there doesn’t appear to be any settings menu, or exit button.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Battle for Sea 3D on Steam

One Step From Eden

One Step From Eden

the dark souls of rockman.exe

Real player with 120.3 hrs in game

Takes a few hours to get used to but it’s great afterwards

Real player with 116.0 hrs in game

One Step From Eden on Steam