Very interesting game.

Unless you are good at remembering everything I suggest you take notes as you may get lost in some levels.

It is quite intriguing exploring a woman’s sexuality like this and I do recommend picking this up and trying it out.

My only 2 gripes with the game are:

1. There is no in game sound settings as it is rather loud.

2. There doesn’t seem to be a way to see which cards you have viewed or not when it comes to the view all cards achievement.

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

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Interesting concept. I liked progressing through the story and learning more about the games different plots. Thought-provoking and brings a new experience to your steam library. For the price, it was incredible!!

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

CLT on Steam

Magic of Spring

Magic of Spring

A card adventure game. Explore a magical island, turn the environment into cards, build decks to overcome card battles, and end the war between spring and summer.


  • Grand quest: Play as Aeon the Conjurer sent to the Island of Fate to save the Emissary Kingdoms from devastating droughts and storms.

  • Free exploration: Find your way through the Island of Fate, an ancient place of power. The Island features open fields, alternative paths, and optional areas.

  • Card conjuring: Turn trees, spirits, architecture, and everything else you’ll find on the Island into cards.

  • Deck building: Use conjured cards to build decks and discover perfect answers for every adversary you will meet during your journey.

  • Magic battles: Defeat runes, conjurers, and deities in over fifty unique battles that will test your skills and decks.

  • Endless challenge: Push your decks to the limit in the endurance battles to earn a spot in the leaderboards and unlock reward cards.

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Magic of Spring on Steam

Magin: The Rat Project Stories

Magin: The Rat Project Stories

Main features

  • Adventure game - interact with the environment and investigate items to get a better grasp of the context for the plot.

  • Emotions mechanics - maintain the emotions of your characters, choose the path they’ll follow, deal with the impact of your choices.

  • Nonlinear storyline - immerse yourself into a cold and harsh fantasy world of our creation. Follow the main characters through their journey of a lost and redeemed hope.

  • Card system - build your deck as the story progresses and face stronger enemies. Use RPG influenced elements such as storyline choices or merchants to modify your deck.

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Magin: The Rat Project Stories on Steam

Heretic Operative

Heretic Operative

Updated review after the most recent patch. Most issues I had with the game have now been fixed, and I have changed back to a “recommended” review as promised. This is the longest review I’ve ever written, and the only one I’ve edited more than once. These facts alone should tell you something about the depth and investment this game offers! Most of the text below this line is no longer relevant, but I’m leaving it up as a history of sorts and a memory of what kind of long-winded criticisms the patient devs have dealt with! :D

Real player with 39.0 hrs in game

Digital Boardgames are a bit of an odd genre. As a fan of both physical board games and digital strategy games I’ve struggled to grasp the hybrid. Why represent a complex strategy game with cards and dice rolls when you don’t have to, especially if your game doesn’t have a physical equivalency.

Enter Heretic Operative. The description reads “Inspired by games like Pandemic, Arkham Horror, and Talisman” and that was a big selling point for me. Having recently become an obssessive for the Arkham Horror card game, I knew what this meant for the game in general - action-point, narrative driven “built to probably kill you” by design. Great.

Real player with 34.1 hrs in game

Heretic Operative on Steam

Anime Cards

Anime Cards

Anime Cards is yet another “template flip” from Phoenixxx/wow wow Games, that is to say, it’s a “game” that has been produced by copying a game template from GameMaker Studio, changing a few things, then dumping the barely functional “product” on Steam as a cheap, nasty cash grab. In this case it was a GameMaker Studio template for doing a simple “Memory” card matcher game.

GameMaker Studio is a very poor quality game construction kit, and results in terrible games like this one.

No professional effort was made in terms of game development, using a game construction kit requires no game development talent, and unsurprisingly produces products that have little to no value as games, especially when compared to the work of professional developers who create genuine products for gamers. It’s almost as bad as an outright asset flip.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Anime Cards on Steam

Causa, Voices of the Dusk

Causa, Voices of the Dusk

I have waited until the end of the beta to make this review, to follow close the development of the project, so I have a lot to say. First of all, Causa have captivated me since the origin because was very different to all card games we have, it have 3 big differences to them:

  1. First and more important, is not a game gated to the “mana system” cards have not mana costs, the game works by “Levels” of a different source, the Causa Pile, this pool of resources is filled with cards you “sacrifice” from your hand or board, and the actual “costs” of the cards are the “Plays per turn”, you can play cards from your hand or the same Causa Pile if they have same or lower Level requirement than the amount of cards in your Causa, those cards expends Plays, so normally you can play up to 2 cards per turn, but a lot of them give you more plays to chain combos between them and make fun and smart strategic moves.

Real player with 870.0 hrs in game

Causa has many new ideas that fix every problem I’ve ever had with other card games. Their development team is consistently involved with the community, listening to suggestions and sharing promo codes and in game items.


The lore of the game is incredibly deep if you care to look into it. I do, and I’ve fallen in love with the world hidden behind the cards.


The sound is amazing! Every sound effect is made to fit what’s happening on the screen, and the music is fitting for both menu and battle.

Real player with 369.3 hrs in game

Causa, Voices of the Dusk on Steam

Cards of Patience

Cards of Patience

Great game of Klondike/Patience (sort of) combined with simple random-generated Dungeon-Diving. You get thrown into a Solitaire type game in-progress against an enemy and have to discard from the Line into the Discard Pile all while managing items, potions and spells. Work your way through the dungeon to the boss. Don’t forget to keep upgrading your character after games, with the diamonds, because the bosses are not easy.

Only thing lacking is an in-game-progress Save feature though it does save your character development from game to game.

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

Solid rogue-lite card game.

You need some braincells to advance in this game - but this is what makes it worthwhile and replayable.


Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

Cards of Patience on Steam

Creepy Mahjong

Creepy Mahjong

Creepy Mahjong is a dark theme Mahjong solitaire with a twist.

Levels follow a story, but each time you play, the story might be different.

Completing some levels or failing to, will bring you to a different path of levels to explore.

In each level, you have to fight a monster, and with the pass of time, your life reduces.

Each time a pair of tiles is removed, you get back some health.

If you get stuck and your health isn’t too low, you can escape and get a new monster to fight with, but be careful because your health is carried from one level to another either if you win or escape.

To bring you more into the creepy mood, this game purposely has no hints or shuffle, and some levels might not be solvable due to the random tile placement.

It’s up to you to figure out and decide when it’s time to escape and try to find another match or keep fighting.

Create and Share your own Levels

Purchasing Creepy Mahjong, you will also get access to a Level Editor where you can create your own design.

After designing your level you will obtain a code that you can use to share it with your friends and community.

Share your creations with your friends for an endless challenge!


Mouse (+ Keyboard for shortcuts)

Creepy Mahjong on Steam

Ash of Gods: The Way

Ash of Gods: The Way

Twenty years have passed since the Great War. Frisa and Berkana kingdoms have managed to forge an uneasy peace but old grievances are not forgotten and new war is inevitable.

The Frisians have groomed new and talented commanders. They did this using a secret game developed by their best strategists to teach young aristocrats tactics and the art of war. Only by proving their tactical prowess can Frisian nobles achieve respect and a high rank. This way, only the best of the best make their way into the command. And soon, Frisa will be ready to strike.

Finn, a young and talented foster-son of Eik, the Berkanan secret service master and a veteran of the old war, is sent on a dangerous mission to participate in Frisian tournaments against the best of nobility in order to stop the war before it starts by eliminating top generals on the tournament arenas.

Gather characters, items and spells, learn about factions and their skills and abilities, level them up to create strong complementary decks and to build unique strategies to surprise your opponents on the battlefield.

Ash of Gods: The Way on Steam



A beautifully realized digital storybook filled to the brim with Amanita’s inimitable charm.

The different characters and their little story arcs could come straight out of an old folktale, and the soundtrack (once again by the phenomenal Floex) fits this atmosphere perfectly. The animation is another highlight. As often in Amanita Design’s games, it’s simple yet ridiculously charming. Representing both your characters and items as a set of playing cards is a clever spin on classic adventure game conventions, and it works very well.

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Fun little game, basic, but quite amusing.

A nice break from all of the drama and “git gud” crap in Gamerland­™ these days.

Just silly fun.

One map, that starts small and opens up after you progress the story (fairly quickly).

Story is simple.

Art is silly, hand-drawn appearance, not too hard on the eyes.

Short, but will take several playthroughs to unlock all achievements.

Yes, there are guides, but for me the fun is collecting the different cards from each location, and seeing which characters and which cards produce different results (in the same or different locations). Sure, use the guide(s) if you get stuck, but the game is short, multiple playthroughs don’t take long, and you might find a new combination that works to pop an achievement that isn’t mentioned in the guide(s). You might find an unexpected bit of silliness, too.

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Pilgrims on Steam