Brave Hand

Brave Hand

edit: dungeon run game mode added + leaderboards work now.

brave hand is an endless score-attack card game with a bit of a narrative that has been on mobile devices for years, then finally made its way to pc in 2021. unfortunately, the quality of the port is poor.

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

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A very moreish solitaire-type game, for not even $2. Easy to dip in and out of, great for when you have a few minutes to kill.

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

Brave Hand on Steam

Karanos Solitaire

Karanos Solitaire

A relaxing solitaire game ideal for when you have a little bit of spare time. Satisfying sound fx and adjustable visuals (white on black hurts my eyes but the blue background is great). Recommended.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

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Fun single player card game. Only gripe is I wish some of the achievements weren’t so impossible. Game is priced perfectly and the pixel art looks great. Looking forward to see more games by the dev.

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Karanos Solitaire on Steam

My Very Own Lair

My Very Own Lair

What if you discovered true artificial intelligence? What would you do? In My Very Own Lair, we do what every Bond villain would. We build our very own lair!

Start in an old mansion in the UK, then pick a place between an island in the Indian Ocean, a lake in the US and a mountain in the Andes. The end goal is to make it to Mars!

Your lair is composed of multiple rooms that you can build or destroy. Each room has unique abilities that will help you achieve your goals.

In order to build your lair, you will have to manage multiple resources, the main one being “Brains”. “Brains” represents the power of your Artificial Intelligence, it lets you research technologies to unlock new rooms and control the robots working on your rooms. You will also have to manage your psychology, money, energy and different materials.

But careful, the World is there to stop you. The World is represented by a deck of cards. It starts the game with a base deck in Story Mode or with a deck you made in Arcade Mode. Every time a room is finished being built, 1-3 cards are added to the World deck. The World will then draw a card every day (game time).

They are three main types of cards:

  • Direct: the card effect is applied directly when drawn;

  • Choose One: 2-3 propositions are given to you;

  • Minigames: a minigame is launched when drawn!

My Very Own Lair has more than 12 minigames for you to enjoy!

By unlocking technologies in the technology tree, you will find various ways to make it to Mars. Once you will be there, a last challenge awaits you!

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My Very Own Lair on Steam

Interplay Solitaire

Interplay Solitaire

This is one of my best games from Interplay ever.

  • Various card games to play with like the original Klondike, Pyramid, Poker Solitaire, etc.

  • Cool background images and some cardbacks.

  • Great Playing Card Details

  • This game not only has the original Challenge Counting, it also has Traditional counting too.

It ran properly without any problems. I also like how I can change Background and Deck between games. I just wish there’s some background music and a feature where I can use my own Background images.

Real player with 14.5 hrs in game

I’m a simple man: I see Interplay game - I buy it.

I’m a simple man: I see a solitaire game - I buy it.

Actually, no. I just used an old meme (all the best to Ron Swanson!)

The math behind this deal is pretty simple: with 90% discount, I’ll gather with Steam cards more than I paid for the game.

Plus it’s the Solitaire: not the best game in the Universe, but hey, I’m old-school, I remember the time when Pinball, Solitaire, and Minesweeper were only options, so I can’t really complain.

More to it, it’s a good and omnifarious Solitaire game: 26 different sets of rules, such as Klondike, Spider, Pyramid, FreeCell - and many more. If you don’t like card games yourself, you can always gift it to your parents or grands…

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Interplay Solitaire on Steam



Verdict: Enjoyable single-player strategic card game with RPG elements. I had a lot of fun in the first four acts but the last one is a grind fest. I would recommend it on sale because of that (you can even see that majority of positive reviews didn’t get to the late game) and missing basic features (like save slots, loadouts ..)

Still worked on (balance, new features, adaptive difficulty …)

Steam trading cards (4 drop, 8 to make badge)

Steam achievements (40, require a single playthrough and most of them come naturally)

Real player with 23.6 hrs in game


What is this game about?

Cardaclysm is a very light roguelike card battler that starts with a bombastic cutscene and high production graphics which built up expectations quickly, only to end end with disappointment for most players as the gameplay loop is surprisingly very simple. So is it a bad game? Despite its flaws, I don’t think it’s a bad game but let’s explain how it works.

Real player with 22.1 hrs in game

Cardaclysm on Steam

Faerie Solitaire Remastered

Faerie Solitaire Remastered

I’ve given this remaster 10 hours now and made notes on the differences, and I feel like I can do a decent review now. Disclaimer: I love the original Faerie Solitaire. I got it on sale for 99 cents, and I love it enough that twice now I’ve deleted the game file that keeps track of the in-game feats (not the Steam achievements) so that I could have a more legitimate reason to play it more. I’m not nearly as enamored with this version, so I’ll start with the cons.



Real player with 71.3 hrs in game


I finally decided to give this solitaire game a try after seeing it mentioned as a favorite by users in their reviews of various other solitaire games. I waited for a while to see if it would go on sale, but this apparently has never happened.

Initially, I can see the appeal. In Faerie Solitaire, you collect “eggs” while playing levels, which you can then “hatch.” A creature is then revealed which will grow as you continue to play. Once the creature is “grown,” you can spend a combination of three different resources (also found within the levels) to “evolve” the creature. As far as I can tell, these creatures have no impact at all on completing the game’s solitaire levels – however, they provide an additional progress bar and goal to pursue for players.

Real player with 57.9 hrs in game

Faerie Solitaire Remastered on Steam

Rise of the Slime

Rise of the Slime

Rise of the Slime

You suddenly wake up as a small Slime and are told to go on a journey across the land to reclaim the throne…

Slay the Spire but with a slimy gooey twist

After playing the game for quite a while now I can say that I really enjoy it and every little aspect of it.


The artstyle is a cute comic cutout style with almost everything being moved around on sticks like on a kids play which adds a unique charm to it. Small details like two extra arms holding up shields to signify block are just cute.

Real player with 27.4 hrs in game

I was pleasantly surprised by this game. This is NOT just another carbon-copy deck builder.

Rise of the Slime feels a bit more casual than similar titles. I died less often, and combat encounters felt less swingy in general. You can expect to get much further in your runs, and to have more control over the cards in your deck.

The adorable graphics and setting are a huge bonus. Most deck builders take place in a highly gritty fantasy setting, and the adorable art style is a nice change of pace. It is also nice to walk through the world rather than click on rooms in a menu. There are even a few secrets with the interactable terrain.

Real player with 24.6 hrs in game

Rise of the Slime on Steam

Invisible Fist

Invisible Fist

I’d score this between a 6.4…up to a 8.9

Which would of course be…on a scale of 1.002 to 11.822 (hopefully that’s not convoluted at all…I strive for clarity through uniform grading systems)

Bottom Line…

Creative, stylistic time management/card game (kind of a card game….you don’t really draw cards as far as I can tell…but it’s all good), I like the offbeat humor and I love the music.

It’s interesting….and I think I’d put it down as oddly appealing…I feel like for the price I should probably be getting a little bit more…or perhaps the mechanics aren’t as well developed as I’d like for them to be at the price point it’s at or something like that…but I’m enjoying the game and it’s one of those more than the sum of it’s parts things that make giving it any kind of objective score tricky….thus the range I gave above (see above).

Real player with 5.9 hrs in game

Very hard, very stressful. I wont fault it for that though because that is the point. I keep getting frustrated yet I keep coming back. Hilarious concept, great execution and a bit too real sometimes.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Invisible Fist on Steam

Blood Card 2: Dark Mist

Blood Card 2: Dark Mist

I planned to give Red Mist two hours of stream time and ended up continuing on for five and a half. Then I clocked another ten hours off stream. If you still need to hear more, watch my gameplay footage or read on below.

You build your deck, and your cards are your life. Enemies will steal them from you as they damage you, and you’ll face three or four foes at once with more waiting in the wings. If you’re a casual player, you’ll love this like I did. If this isn’t your first rodeo, then you’ll find each character (deck archetype) has a few ways to create an infinite loop. But even the infinite loop isn’t a guarantee of victory: the real trick is understanding the effects enemies will have on you.

Real player with 290.8 hrs in game

3.9/5 (B plus) : Good card battler with a unique mechanism (cards as life points) and interestingly different characters. Art is good enough. Weaknesses are mostly in the lack of advancement. The difficulty levels add no new fun or functionality, just increase the difficulty, which does increase the challenge with each successful replay, but almost nothing else.

A very good element of the game design is similar to Slay the Spire, having very different play styles, cards, and mechanisms for the different characters. Really appreciate how different they are and there are six.

Real player with 195.1 hrs in game

Blood Card 2: Dark Mist on Steam

Gin Rummy 3D Premium

Gin Rummy 3D Premium

easy to navigate and use

Real player with 116.1 hrs in game

Bit glitchy on first launch, but settled down once I sorted the settings out,

Altogether a great game. Quick, accessible, no bloated menu - exactly what I want from a quick game of gin.

Real player with 18.1 hrs in game

Gin Rummy 3D Premium on Steam