After just over a whole month of developing levels for the Murder Garden Contest, it’s time for my review of Terrorarium.


Terrorarium is a fun and creative game with an interesting concept and encourages community participation. The developers are always active in the Terrorarium Discord server and always take suggestions by listening to their fans (Which is rare these days). Plus, You can make awesome levels for your friends and others to play and murder them with ferocious plants! What’s not to like? Since its in early access, it’s likely to be cheaper now than when it releases, so pick it up and try it!

Real player with 95.4 hrs in game

Read More: Best Dark Comedy Puzzle Platformer Games.

7/28/20 UPDATE: The game is out now with new levels and new features, so here is my current day review!

The game can be broken down in to three major parts: The main story, the community made levels, and the level maker.

★ The Main Story plot itself is fine. You get to understand the character you play as and the the little pikmin-esque creatures you play with, etc., etc… It certainly adds to the game, but what really matters (in my opinion) are the levels themselves. There are 26 levels ranging from very easy to very hard, some of which are designed extremely well! Some of them however aren’t. I’d say around 85% of the levels are satisfactory, while the other 15% just aren’t either aesthetically pleasing or the puzzle/mechanics are a bit wonky.

Real player with 35.0 hrs in game

Terrorarium on Steam

Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed

Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed

Crypto is back with a license to probe. The alien invader returns, groovier than ever. Experience the swinging ‘60s in all its chemical-induced glory and take revenge on the KGB for blowing up your mothership. You’ll have to form alliances with members of the very species you came to enslave.

Key Features:

  • Show those hippies who’s boss using classic weapons and new technology like the Meteor Shower

  • Explore 1960’s Mother Earth and unload your trusty saucer all over her fictional cities

  • Defend a much larger, much more open world from those who seek to undermine your mission

  • Hoover up humans from different countries and grind them up into DNA cocktails to upgrade your skills

  • Invite a friend over for a twosome and enjoy the full story in local 2-player split screen co-op

Read More: Best Dark Comedy Co-op Games.

Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed on Steam

Attack of the Earthlings

Attack of the Earthlings

In Attack Of The Earthlings you embrace the opportunity of playing the oppressed alien natives simply protecting your home planet from the ruthlessly ignorant human invaders, as you claw, stab, pulp, and pulverise your way up the corporate ladder of the Galactoil company and put a halt to their invasion.

Integral to this game is it’s sense of humour, akin to Borderlands and Portal in the video game world, and Office Space and Mars Attacks in the film world, with Galactoil (the corporate representation of space-faring humanity) as a pseudo-functioning corporate hegemony operating with a casual disregard for employees coupled with an ironic motivational propaganda machine in a modern office-space environment. There are so many little touches incorporated into the level design alone that really imbue this humour and help world and character-build in what could otherwise be seen as a very short and superficial game. This humour is also more obviously threaded through the hapless characters and their dialogue and interactions with each other and the AI/robots throughout, which as you play gradually reveals more of the antagonist’s motives and frustrations as you pick them apart and upset their plans (or just overhear comedic character monologues and watch as robots respond benignly to your presence).

Real player with 14.9 hrs in game

Read More: Best Dark Comedy Singleplayer Games.

So what can i say about Attack of the Earthlings really? Well let me start off by saying this game has a ton of personality and it will make you laugh at times. If you’re a Sci fi fan like me, you’ve probably tried one of those classic sci fi horror/action games where you’re playing as an astronaut on a space station trying to avoid getting eaten by some alien scum. Well in this fun and exciting strategy game it’s pretty much the exact same type of scenario but you’re playing as the aliens. There’s not really much of a story to this game. Basically a massive company and it’s rich owner has decided to mine your planet for resources cause why the fuck not? And you, the leader of the alien race doesn’t exactly allow outsiders inside your territory. So you do the most rational thing and start assassinating the average joe workers of this massive company, then use their biomass to produce an army of lower lifeforms under your command to assassinate even more humans! :D You can create 4 different unit types and they’re all totally unique creations with special abilities that fit different playstyles. In the beginning i thought i had to use all 3 different evolutions (Out of the 4 creatures you can spawn 1 of them is the default non-evolved alien drone) but it turned out that you should really only stick to the xenos that suit your personal playstyle. I didn’t hear about this game from some big youtuber, or anything. I just happended to get it recommended by Steam one day and thought ‘‘hey that’s a neat concept and it’s on sale!’’ There’s also a small progression system in the game that allows you to upgrade your units and give them new and improved abilities. The game takes about 11-12 hours to finish if you’re just doing a casual playthrough and you fail a few missions (Like i did) Each mission is really fun cause no mission has the same objective. There’s no difficulty options in the game, and there’s unfortunately no new game+… This is the bad part of the game, you see you can’t replay levels unless you have an old save file right before the level you want to play. If you don’t then you need to replay the level until you get to the level you want to replay. However there is only about 7-8 levels in total so it’s not like getting to a specific level is hard. Each level feels new and unique due to each level having it’s own objectives that are all totally different from one another. Overall i’d give Attack of the Earthlings a solid 7/10. Would recommend, even at full price if you’re into strategy games and don’t mind the low difficulty. Now go out there and nom some humans :3

Real player with 13.9 hrs in game

Attack of the Earthlings on Steam

Scuffed Tower Defense

Scuffed Tower Defense

A must play game. Scuffed Tower Defense is genuinely a lot of fun to play, and I’d recommend picking it up if you’ve got the money. Buster.


  • Buster.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

When I first saw this game, I had high expectations, mainly because of its resemblance of the hidden gem New EPIC SCUFFED BHOP SIMULATOR 2023 (POGCHAMP). After playing it, I can gladly say, my already high expectations were blown out of the water by this modern masterpiece. Most triple A games cannot even compare to the work of art that is this game. From the aesthetic design, to the gameplay, everything about this game is the definition of groundbreaking.

When it comes to aesthetic design, this game is perfect. Menus are simple, yet effective. The background of the main menu in specific shows gameplay that makes you pumped to play. The sound design has real bangars that always get you hyped for the next wave. The enemy design is minimalistic, but charming. The levels in the game all have a charm to them in a different way. From the dark lighting of the asteroid, to the minimalistic style of the fall, every level feels different from the last. The voice acting has tons of personality and sets a tone for the rest of the game. Even the towers all shoot bright bullets that feel really satisfying to watch tear down the enemies. Also the doggo is really cute I wish I could pet him.

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

Scuffed Tower Defense on Steam




Octavian is a procedural generated, platforming, twin-stick looter-shooter. Explore the galaxy with your crew of smugglers to solve mysteries, fight disgusting aliens, explore dungeons, and find exciting loot.


Choose from three classes (Commando, Assassin, or Engineer) and create your alien smuggler. Use procedurally generated guns, and other equipment to advance your skills as well.


Within the depths of the many dungeons, there are dozen’s of horrid monstrosities to discover. These include procedural mini-bosses. The weapons and equipment you use will need to be carefully selected for different enemy types.


Raise a cute little creature to defend you or obliterate your enemies with no mercy.


The Vectordic Union is a galactic government that presides over the majority of the Milky-Way galaxy. In the year 2386, following the genocide of the human race, the many other species became divided without any form of central governance. Douglas Simmons, a general in the Giraffe army, took charge of the galaxy by creating the Vectordic Union.

President Douglas Simmons, in his inagural address to the people of Milky-Way, famously said:

Eh yo man does anyone have some paper with which I could roll this plant matter into a cylindrical vessel?

Ever since this day, the galaxy’s primary social classes have become further and further apart, leading to an insanely profitable small set of corporate overlords. Current President Darnel Simmons has gone missing, and the balance of power is teetering for the first time in almost a hundred years. As part of a band of smugglers aboard a rickety nuclear-powered starship, an unbelievable mystery unfolds.

More lore can be found on our website as well.

Octavian on Steam

Pandemic Shooter

Pandemic Shooter

Lock & Load

Pandemic shooter is an action-packed first-person zombie shooter. Sit back, relax, and enjoy some massacre. Hordes of mindless undead are heading your way. Collect and upgrade your weapons, grab some power-ups and let the bullets fly. But don’t get too cocky. Every level gets more challenging and more zombie-packed!

Flat Earth

Ever wanted to kill some mindless zombies? How about some mind-controlling, humanity-manipulating reptilians? Yes, there are reptilians in the game as well! And they are as influencing as ever. Have you ever heard of flat-earth? Their idea. Fake moon? Also them. Deadly 5g waves? You get the idea. Fight those bastards and save the Earth from more of their dumb conspiracies.

Zombies, zombies, and more zombies!

No protagonist is a real hero without a true villain. The same goes for a zombie killer. In Pandemic Shooter you will face many different zombies, all with unique skills and posing a different kind of challenge. Combine them all together, and you’ve got yourself some trouble. Oh, and beware the special NASA troops - they protect their lizard overlord’s secrets with all the tools necessary.

Key Features

  • Up to 8 hours of the FPS zombie massacre

  • Unlimited level unlocked on completing all levels.

  • Original dark humor. All major conspiracy theories included ;)

  • Multiple in-game achievements

  • 16 different pistols, guns, and grenades

  • 20 collectible power-ups

Pandemic Shooter on Steam




Viscerafest is a piece of playable poetry wrapped around a bloody gut-punching, alien shooting, retro-style shooter, that seems to be heavily inspired by games the likes of Duke Nukem and Quake.

And not just heavy inspired; Viscerafest literally plays out and feels just as good. Lead by a tenacious, narcissistic female protagonist who doesn’t care about anything other than quick cash out and goes the extra mile to cause as much mayhem as possible, a fitting personality for the game I must say.

*– [Real player with 77.6 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198329404521)*

Usually I don't do reviews, but this time is exceptional

Let me cut to the chase. This game is good.

I'll try to not over praise this game because now avaliable only one episode and it's too early to say, how good full game will be, but at this moment everything in this game makes me scream "Bloody hell, that feels good!!!". Movement is fast and smooth, gunplay is good and well-balanced, enemies are tough and every one of them requires a special approach to kill them, levels are complex and really creative.If you are a big fan of oldschool shooters and you're looking for real challenge - Viscerafest is your choise.

*– [Real player with 11.8 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198283906827)*


![Helping Hand](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/820880/header.jpg "")

## Helping Hand

It's really interesting! u can only express urself by ur left hand… but i don't know how to express myself actually... it's really embarrassing when u do a wrong gesture in wrong time...

*– [Real player with 7.5 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198435978364)*

No replay value, the voices are annoying, a trump joke, this game just sucks. Also you have to be under 18 to be get with the Make A Wish foundation and something is revealed later which confirms your over 18.

*– [Real player with 5.7 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198259983575)*


![Video Realms](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/1514070/header.jpg "")

## Video Realms

the closest thing to twisted metal that exists. very good car combat game

*– [Real player with 0.7 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198041463214)*

Okay, so…

Fuck the other two games - flesh out Carnage Cross as much as humanely possible. This is the closest the Twisted Metal fan-base will ever get to a spiritual successor since Sony decided to elbow-drop Twisted Metal for good. Wait until at least 1.0 to keep working on Sanitize or Starglades.

I know some of the suggestions I'm gonna make are already on your roadmap - AND I DON'T CARE. I'll repeat them infinitely into the fucking VOID if need be.


● NONE of the vehicles should have auto-aim machine guns - all of their guns should fire directly forward. Auto-aim should be either a power-up or a special ability. With that being said...

*– [Real player with 0.4 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197967237675)*


![Meme Run 2](https://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/1235120/header.jpg "")

## Meme Run 2

### Meme Run 2 review

This is my Meme Run 2 review, this isn't anybody else's Meme Run 2 review.

Whilst there may be several like it, this is **MY** Meme Run 2 review. It's not warxillusion's steam review of Meme Run 2, its not Twitter User GoingRandomNow's steam review of Meme Run 2\. It. Is. MINE.

Anyways, now that i got that out of the way and that you guys know that it is my Steam Review of Meme Run 2, i would like to express my opinions on Meme Run 2 in this Review about Meme Run 2 by ioletsgo.

*– [Real player with 11.5 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198224080644)*

I love this game so fucking much, it is incredibly addictive and very difficult. I see a few reviews on here calling the game bad but I don't think they understand the point, you see all the crazy seizure inducing shit on the screen is what makes the game interesting, funny and hard. Every single crazy thing on the screen is designed to do three things, be funny, be ironic and make the game harder. Instead of having mobs that you have to fight off you have 1000 dollar bills on your screen covering 50% of what you see. In the past 24 hours I have spent 6 hours playing this game and every minute was worth it and I hope to be meming on for many more.

*– [Real player with 6.6 hrs in game](http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561199046693536)*