Nadir - the point on the celestial sphere directly below an observer. It’s the direct opposite of the zenith… and your destination.


Nadir is a dark deckbuilding roguelike adventure, with its artwork burning of infernal fire, and many extraordinary inspirations, the deepest of them coming straight from Dante’s Divine Comedy.

Control powerful, yet extremely blemished teams of characters, each representing one of the deadly sins. Fight using a plethora of unholy cards and try to escape the seemingly endless, multi-layered city.


The Threat Counter shows how powerful the enemy’s attacks will become. There is no limit of played cards, but each of them adds points to the Threat Counter, so you’ll have to manage your risk-taking.


Each character on your team contributes to your main deck; find synergies between each Sinner’s cards and build a dream (or nightmare) team.


Every Sin has its own group of Sinners, shells that will bring its will to Nadir. As the sinners’ journey progresses, their power will grow, unlocking new abilities to fight even stronger threats. And if they shall fall, the abyss will produce more fools to try.


Do you prefer raw damage or a more cunning way of poison? There is a multitude of different card effects to choose from. But remember that the enemy will attack you back, so you better look for cards that will decrease the Threat Counter.


Each level of Nadir has its own Floor Guardian that you will have to defeat in order to go deeper into the city. But be careful, each of them has a unique ability!


This goal seems simple, but considering the characteristics of Sins, will they be able to divide the power between them?


Watch your back on your way to the bottom of Nadir, taking time to admire its horrific look. It might feel familiar – from the wonders of the Divine Comedy, to desaturated aesthetics of Sin City, to the unforgettable design of Hellboy – yet not comfortable at all.


Devil’s in the detail and that’s why Nadir offers a built-in, extensive modding support for those who want to expand the world of Nadir and imprint their twisted fantasies onto every inch of the game.

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Nadir on Steam

Falling As Lightning

Falling As Lightning


Space, deckbuilding and conquering systems sounds like a winner combination. Unfortunately, the current design hides a rather lackluster deckbuilding experience behind a minimal effort to actually teach the game.

Even before diving into the subpar gameplay, learning how to play it is a chore in itself. The tutorial is one-pager trying to explain key concepts which is difficult to grasp without context (it’s not helping that it uses different terminology for draw, discard etc). What’s worse, in game it’s not possible to access the tutorial unless you quit to the main menu and there are 0 tooltips for clarifying parts of the game.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

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I had a good time playing it. Parts of it are definitely not polished, and I wish you could save 10 card decks instead of having to redo it every time you want to use those cards. Spawn locations are a bit too varied, as you can spawn right on top of the enemy or a good distance away. Decent deckbuilding game, worth taking a look at although it takes a couple of games to get use to and the tutorial is alright but hard to grasp. That is all I have to say, good time

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Falling As Lightning on Steam

Marie Antoinette’s Solitaire

Marie Antoinette’s Solitaire


So … I felt I owed it to the game and its developer to complete the game, especially after giving it a negative review originally. Honestly, by the time I got about half-way through (there are 120 levels total), I was bored beyond words and would have abandoned it long before finishing, had I not wanted to give it a fair shake in its entirety.

It’s not a “bad” game per se. Simply put, it’s your basic one-up, one-down card game with somewhat pretty art and no imagination whatsoever in the gameplay.

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

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most solitare games are basically the same, especially if they’re made by the same people, so marie antoinette’s solitaire by deyteris is exactly like maidens of the ocean solitaire by deyteris without mermaids, or flowers garden solitaire by deyteris without bleeding eyes because of all the clashing colors, so this review is also very similar to my other reviews.

Real player with 3.3 hrs in game

Marie Antoinette's Solitaire on Steam

Spooky Mahjong

Spooky Mahjong

Spooky Mahjong - A quirky Halloween-themed Mahjong, graphically well done plus a good soundtrack.

For those who have never played Mahjong, it will figure it out very quickly.

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

This is very good game. I can play without stop. There are unusual graphics and very interesting relax gameplay. I recomend it to all people. I hope that game will have continue. Good luck.

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

Spooky Mahjong on Steam

Storybook Brawl

Storybook Brawl

Taken from the store page itself “Deep strategy meets enchanting fun in Storybook Brawl!”

–At no point did that sentence fail to deliver during the testing.–

For someone that is not new to this genre the mechanics were very simple and easy to manage. No issues with hand size becoming unreliable to click on (You can have 4 things). The very few ways I found to add more than the cap of 4 were always put into the shop for a 0 cost to enable the player to make decisions instead of lose things they worked for.

Real player with 337.4 hrs in game

I went back and forth on this, but in the end, this no, you should not get this game. And that’s saying something, as it is free and remarkably free from pay-to-win or any other micro-transactions. The big problem is here is that your skill or understanding of the game really doesn’t matter - it’s all RNG. The game shifts heavily towards the end game with much more powerful creatures available, and if you can get them you win - if you don’t you lose. The best combos are ridiculous and insane and there is nothing, and I mean NOTHING, you can do if your opponent gets the cards. Then there is the problem with creatures and treasures that are just plain broken and are strictly better than anything else out there. Finally, this game suffers a lot from “win more” syndrome: if you win a brawl you come out in a much better position than you had going in, so once you are down a couple of brawls it can be impossible to come back from. Then there is the problem of people who are determined to try and force their favorite build every time, meaning you can be deprived of key characters for your build - and there are really only three or four viable strategies to begin with - by bad players who take you out with them and there is nothing you can do about it.

Real player with 276.8 hrs in game

Storybook Brawl on Steam

Cabals: Card Blitz

Cabals: Card Blitz

Well, I have had many hours of fun trying to level up in this groovy title.

I just ran out of content upon reaching rank II.

There is strategy, and nail-biting, edge of your couch moments, and

there are times you take a break and play something else while you let

your high levels take time to level.

Looking forward to my first card over the monumental level 10 but

will wait for new content that is promised. With NO real end…

there isn’t a lot of drive to carry on at the moment.

BobMan’s Final verdit:

Real player with 464.4 hrs in game

I’m currently #4 on the worldwide PvP ladder in this game.

As you can see by my time spent in this game, I really tried to like it. It’s a fun browser game concept.

BUT you asked for $$$ after essentially everything you do. You can still have fun, but it’s God damn annoying.

Which would be something I could life with, if this game was more than a cash in.

There’s so much wrong:

  • At some point PvE simply ends. You LITERALLY can’t fight a single battle anymore.

  • You can only fight 5 PvP battles/ hours without paying $$$

Real player with 356.3 hrs in game

Cabals: Card Blitz on Steam

Eviron’s Chronicles

Eviron’s Chronicles

Changing my review to a thumbs up.

This game should really be labeled as early access as there are many bugs, although not game-breaking or super annoying. Mostly just ui bugs that you can work around. It could use a little more documentation as well.

Other than that this is better than other TCGs, IMO.

You are able to level up your player (not sure what it is good for except you get small rewards when you level up and your level can be seen by other players). You can also level up your general, albeit very slowly. When your general levels up you are able to adjust his health and attack power and also choose is portrait and abilities. You can level up many of your cards as well, with dust. You can get gray dust as rewards for completing adventure matches and colored dust by destroying cards you might have. attained other than by destroying your cards. There are several colors of dust used to level up its corresponding car set, you can use any dust but you don’t get full effect for using dust not made for your set. Lastly, there are rare evolution cards that you may use rainbow tokens to alter their powers. This allows you to spend a little extra energy in a match to change your units abilities.

Real player with 80.9 hrs in game

Generally an OK rpg game with a steep pve difficulty curve for the player. Don’t expect to get a lot of quick victories with starting decks unless you spend a fair amount of money. Should I play? Well if you can tolerate a fair amount of time and limited money then it’s a positive.

Real player with 74.6 hrs in game

Eviron's Chronicles on Steam

Gremlins, Inc. – Card Game

Gremlins, Inc. – Card Game

This original digital card game offers intense sessions for 2 to 6 players. At the core of gameplay lie two key mechanics: “hand management” and “take that”.


The game is set in the world of corrupt capitalist gremlins of the future, the setting that’s already familiar to the tabletop community from the digital board game Gremlins, Inc. .

This card game is a standalone game with its own original set of rules and mechanics, and does not require ownership or previous experience with the previously released digital board game.


The sessions are played for score and for rounds. The player with the highest score at the end of the session wins. Build temporary and permanent projects, play instant action cards and camouflage your plans from the opponents while preparing your attacks.


The sessions typically last between 20 and 60 minutes. The game supports single-player and multiplayer modes, including peer to peer sessions as well as games played on the official servers, and allows to play with different decks.


Before we set to make it into a digital game, this project existed as a real-life card game enjoyed around the world in 6 languages.


We release this card game under the Early Access program as we’ll be expanding and modifying it based on the community feedback. The roadmap includes such features as team mode, ranked sessions and the support of Steam Workshop.

Gremlins, Inc. – Card Game on Steam



I don’t want to give this a thumbs down because it runs smooth and seems bug free. I won’t give this a thumbs up because the game execution is unimaginative.

If you want to just play hand after hand of poker with yourself this game is great. You might like the story mode. For me, having to start from the beginning after every loss makes it tedious and unamusing. Progressing through the game play was not achievable. I’ll suggest a much needed save feature.

There is nothing in this game as is that draws me to play again. In that, I’ve spent $2 for 4 hours of game play. Cheaper than a movie rental. Had the developer known anything about game theory this could have been a really great game.

Real player with 22.7 hrs in game

TinyPoker on Steam

Emerland Solitaire 2 Collector’s Edition

Emerland Solitaire 2 Collector’s Edition

I liked the first Emerland Solitaire game so had high hopes for this one. I’m a bit disappointed that this second game feels so very basic. I was expecting more, I don’t know, fun additions maybe? But aside from that if you like solitaire this is a good game. I particularly enjoy the music and mellow atmosphere.

Real player with 46.6 hrs in game

I got the old solitaire itch again. I was all out of the ointment the doc had given me, so I went browsing and saw this game. I recalled having really enjoyed Chronicles of Emerland, so I grabbed it at regular price.

What a complete disappointment! I am a fair ways into the game now and except for the one golem fight, I have replayed pretty much the same layout 97 times! To boot, there are not enough cards in the layout to really get any runs going … and I’m all about the runs, baby!

So, I went browsing again and saw other pretty solitaire games on sale for less than $1 … loving the one I picked out. If you got that old solitaire itch, I recommend you scratch it with something else.

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

Emerland Solitaire 2 Collector's Edition on Steam