Fatal Paws

Fatal Paws

Is your cat a murderhobo?


If you want to be spoiled, go ahead and watch my video. Fatal Paws puts you into the role of a jaded teacher who picks up a stray cat from another planet. Dive into Pokemon style cat-vs-human fights in-between an overly dramatic plot that makes about as much sense as a bad horror movie. As a tribute to Fickle Sickle’s cat, it’s touching. As a game to buy, I can’t recommend it. But if you decide to, there is a cat video waiting for you at the end.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

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OMG this game is so fun and so cute. If you are a cat lover you will enjoy this game.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

Fatal Paws on Steam

Doodle Date

Doodle Date

Full review at: https://thegamehoard.com/2019/02/12/a-look-at-the-latest-doodle-date-pc/

Doodle Date is a joke you and the game work together to tell. Using the simple design of a dating simulator, the game asks the player to fill in images meant to make that player laugh, the text reactions and situations the images are used for doing a good job of facilitating some funny moments. The plot is quite clearly constructed around the idea of amusing the player rather than giving too much meaning to the events or dating, but it does do some unexpected exploration of the concepts behind one creator drawing a character to life for the purposes of romance. Not really demanding any artistic skill, Doodle Date is an effective skeletal structure for setting up some silly moments, making it a game about having a laugh rather than having some deeply involved dating story or a well developed art platform.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

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Don’t take these doodles lightly! This VN is killer!

You’re the Creator! You create doodles that pull you into a world of blank pages and dreams that you imagine. Claire is your first drawing and she’s the one who pulls you into this mysterious and new world.

The game starts off as your standard visual novel. You have choices and various endings (3 to be exact). The only difference here is that you get to draw the key points of the game.

I used a tablet to draw and they STILL looked a hot mess. The dialogue is very tongue in cheek and took me by surprise. I have to say, the overall plot towards the end was a huge surprise to me.

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

Doodle Date on Steam

Healing Spree

Healing Spree


Real player with 9.5 hrs in game

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Very good game so far, we already enjoy it with my gf. Control is pretty ok, we have some small issues with targeting the items but ok nothing serious. We already finished first chapter, all good, great game so far, a little hard too. But pretty good. will do a review when we finished all the chapters :-D nice game ;-)

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

Healing Spree on Steam



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

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

Chuusotsu! 1st Graduation: Time After Time

Chuusotsu! 1st Graduation: Time After Time

Review with accompanying gameplay videos on Sinical Network


I recently received this game for free as a curator connect offer for my group Visual novel, JRPG, Anime. This kinetic visual novel from Studio Beast and Fruitbat Factory features a trio of unemployed teenage girls Arue Marisugawa, Koiro Hachisuka and Arara Fujisaki with Arue as the protagonist in this episode.

Arue, Koiro and Arara were ineligible to wear any authorization seal which renders them unable to hold any permanent stable employment and hence became Chuusotsu. Arue plans to take a re-evaluation exam and become a government official after missing a crucial exam during middle school from being hospitalized. To be able to survive in a foreign city on a stipend without having to work, Arue has to participate in an experimental study where she has to stay in Tabula Rasa apartments with Koiro and Arara, achieve sufficient synchronicity among themselves and give an answer to the philosophy of life.

Real player with 11.4 hrs in game

Chuusotsu is a cute sci-fi slice of life medium length (by medium I mean between 8-18hs, anything above is already into the longer side) kinetic visual novel with a lot of layers behind the seemingly simplistic front.

You follow the misadventures of Marisugawa Arue as she tries to reform her life as a shut-in, reach her dreams and obviously make some friends along the way. However, things quickly take a turn into the weird and strange but thankfully with a satisfactory conclusion and lead up to the mini sequel.

Real player with 11.4 hrs in game

Chuusotsu! 1st Graduation: Time After Time on Steam

Goblins and Grottos

Goblins and Grottos

As an early adopter of the game in 2015, my original review was incredibly biased so I’ve decided to go back to this game and re-review it with a bit more integrity.

The developers of this game were incredible ; they were quick to fix bugs, incredibly enthusiastic about their game and updates were about as frequent as the things they added and fixed included.

Pros are as follows

A catchy and memorable soundtrack

Far from original, but charming and suitable-to-the-story artwork

A very humourous, meta and interesting story that takes a fresh perspective on the MMO genre and twists it into a fun singeplayer experience

Real player with 48.7 hrs in game

I’ve been obsessed with this game for the past week or so, and I think it’s high time I tried to put into words all the things I enjoy about it.

Goblins and Grottos is an engrossing puzzle-platformer with a sense of humor that will appeal to anyone who is familiar with MMO culture or fantasy tropes. You play as the nameless Goblin, whose entire family was slaughtered by a level 100 paladin who appears to have been power-levelling his n00b buddy. On your quest for revenge you’ll make your way through caves, dungeons, and forests inhabited by adventurers that call to mind every sort of MMO player you can think of – and all of them are trying to kill YOU for phat lewtz and xp. You’re only a weak little unarmed goblin, unable to gain levels like the adventurers do (and they do – if you die they gain experience and can level up and gain better abilities!) and unable to really fight back except through your own cunning, using the environment to either make your escape or defeat those who would hunt you.

Real player with 37.5 hrs in game

Goblins and Grottos on Steam



Its a friendly sudoku game with fish, and some clever writing.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Classic puzzle gameplay with a twist.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Squidoku on Steam

Walthros: Renewal

Walthros: Renewal

Bob is a regular guy working a part-time job in excavation. He’s also a floating fish with an endless appetite for greasy food and helping people in need. Walthros: Renewal is a turn-based RPG about getting by, making friends, and maybe uncovering the history of the world.

Walthros: Renewal is a full remake/reimagining of the original Walthros and is intended for release in 2022, the 20th anniversary of the release of the original DOS game. This new title will take the characters and themes of the original game and give them a new twist, introducing a world that’s both familiar and new to players who enjoyed the original game.


  • Turn-based combat with over a dozen unique playable characters

  • No random battles; carefully approach or avoid monsters in the field

  • Three difficulty levels to accommodate a range of player abilities

  • Explore a world filled with friends and foes; hang out with buddies to strengthen your bonds

  • 15-20 hours of game play

  • Arcade minigames and watchable TV shows bring the world of Walthros to life

  • Detailed bios and bestiary to add flavor to the critters you meet

  • Logs for main and side quests; never get lost or forget what you need to do next

  • Soundtrack by Glock & Mr8bit

  • Powered by OHRRPGCE


Game by PC Harrington - Music by Glock & Mr8bit​​ - Trailer by Jeremy Bursey - Promotional art by Bemmpo​

Walthros: Renewal on Steam

Code Brown

Code Brown

there are hard keys and it is a not so long game

Real player with 10.7 hrs in game

Hilarious game play. Can’t seem to figure out the safe yet, but everything else is self explanatory. The game is meant for people with a sense of humor.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

Code Brown on Steam

Cute Things Dying Violently

Cute Things Dying Violently

To preface this, I won this on steamgifts.com.

Cute Things Dying Violently is a simple puzzle game that doesn’t offer much to the players in

the form of complexity. The basic mechanic is very similar to Angry Birds, where you “flick” “cute” things into a door… their homes? It relies on it’s violence to try to grab the player with crude humor about bloodshed and destruction.

The core gameplay was way to simple and it became grindy and repetitive rather quickly. It did teach me a very valuable lesson about reading and playing through tutorials. You should always complete them and read them thoroughly. Anyways, I would say it is 2/5. Not worth your time in my opinion.

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

Death By Buzzsaw

Cute Things Dying Violently is a game where the player may choose to rescue cute critters. These are the types of critters that one would expect to find wandering around aimlessly in a flower bed, through grassy planes, or even in a lightly wooded forest area. However, as I said, the player has a choice, and that choice may lead the player into causing a certain and painful death. Either intentionally, or even quite possibly accidentally. The player may choose to throw these critters onto spikes, into fire hazards, within a bolt of lightning, cause death due to falling, or the player’s choice of small to large buzzsaws can be utilized as well. I really think the developer watched one too many “Saw” movies.

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

Cute Things Dying Violently on Steam