Time to Fight

Time to Fight

Funny game. I like that you can defeat your enemies by trapping them into a toilet. Also it’s fun to play soccer while fighting. Great fun hilarious casual fighting game to play with a friend

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

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Time to Fight on Steam



A simple story about a simple man, that just wants his everyday routine not to be ruined. A story, that many of us could tell.

Once you’ll start to play Dave, you will soon find out that there is a quite some background for this well made tribute to a Pac-man like games. I was simply amazed with the amount of all the dialogues, options, hidden jokes and obvious puns, all accompanied with great chiptune music. The music itself makes a huge work here as well, as many times I have just realized that I am humming the tones along with my head nodding to the rhythm.

Real player with 7.9 hrs in game

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Dave-Man is a charming retro-style game that taught me to despise anyone named Cathy! (for real, there is something very satisfying about getting caught out by her for the 15th time and exclaiming ‘GOSHDARNIT CATHY’ while smacking your desk).The gameplay is heckin fun, reminds me of my terrible attempts at Pac-Man when I was a wee lad but with cool extra stuff like online shopping and cats!!!The music is delightful, love the chiptune sound and it is there to comfort you when you inevitably get caught because you tried the hardest difficulty room.The end of a run is a really nice touch too, I won’t spoil it but it made me genuinely laugh.Overall I’d super recommend, and honestly it’s a steal for the price. It’s cheaper than a coffee from Costbucks for Christ’s sake and it comes with janitorial friendship!!

Real player with 2.7 hrs in game

Dave-Man on Steam

The Call Centre

The Call Centre

This game is half an hour long. There’s no sound effects or music, just some barely animated stock library anime sprites supposed to represent your co-workers. Horribly written dialogue with poor grammar and multiple spelling mistakes every sentence, very few branching paths or dialogue possibilities. Did I mention it’s half an hour long?

I played it because I liked the premise having worked in a call centre before and love visual novels, but with so little “game” here I don’t think it’s worth even a fraction of what the dev is charging. Frankly I’ve played free visual novels which have better production values and effort put in than this.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

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At face value, The Call Centre does not work at all as a game: It is slow, soul crushing and completely shallow at its core. However, as a meta-joke about customer service work, The Call Centre is painfully real in presenting the world of phone work as accurately as it ever would need to. It is a world where the general public continue to disappoint you, a world where toxic work environments bring out the worst in those who thrive on it and prey on those with the best intentions. I think Junaid, perhaps naively, went into this with those exact intentions and a commendable effort he even tried to really. Not many games thrive on the same concepts of a drab, day-to-day, office environment, with Paper’s Please and Stanley Parable being the only ones that spring to mind. The anime, visual novel, inspired look is something I can appreciate too. That said, there needs to be a bit more to The Call Centre than that, so players stay gripped on the idea. At the very least though, the heart is in the right place

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

The Call Centre on Steam

The Prologue to a Dream of Home

The Prologue to a Dream of Home

One hundred years before the events of A Dream of Home, Dr. Seth Schumann’s reality simulation is nearly complete. With the birth of the Narcissus Project, Eridean scientists have discovered a means to project the soul as art. Who will finish Schumann’s unfinished masterpiece?

The Prologue to a Dream of Home on Steam

The Trolley Company

The Trolley Company

Actions speak louder than words.

Welcome to The Trolley Company, founded on helping people travel safely across the nation.

Your job will start by looking after passenger safety, making sure there are as few casualties as possible while trying to keep the moral high ground.

Later, if you can make it past basic training, you will be faced with lives toughest questions, not knowing who to trust when you are put on the spot with difficult choices to make in only 60 seconds.

But don’t fret, throughout your moral dilemmas you will have me by your side, helping you stay on the path of the righteous.

An idle brain is the devil’s workshop.

In ‘The Trolley Company’ players are pitted against many philosophical questions, varying from some well known in pop culture to others usually only found in textbooks, packaged in a comical and thought-provoking journey.

Each ethical conundrum will give you the choice of two outcomes, not only will these test your moral fibre but you will also have the judgement and commentary of your conscience at all times helping you along. With 60 choices to make you better get started! Peoples lives depend on it!!!

The Trolley Company on Steam

Good Mourning

Good Mourning

I am convinced this game is better than anything a million monkeys would get done given infinite time.

Real player with 117.0 hrs in game

I certainly hope this thing will soon come out of early access, because i, not gonna lie, can see the potential there. Devs try to make walking-and-talking sim something better and broader: distinct toxic visual, trippy music, lot of interesting scenes (just need to fix all glitches and typos)

w8 for release

Real player with 9.5 hrs in game

Good Mourning on Steam



This is a collection of mini-games based on innovative game mechanics and parodying famous games and other works of modern culture with its help. This is a physics challenge with puzzle elements.


At the game level are various figures. Your goal: to put the figures so that they intersect certain parts. The game marks these parts with a pink color.

Using the keyboard, you control one of the figures: rotation, movement back and forth. You can push other figures.

Some figures may have AI and move independently of the player. Some figures can “shoot” cubes, they push the figures too.

At different levels, different settings for gravity and destructibility of the environment.

Game features

  • Many figures of different shapes and colors.

  • Tutorial levels.

  • Different game levels. From simple and funny to very complex, from which you will break the keyboard and your nerves.

  • The game develops attentiveness, precision of movements, intelligence and a sense of rhythm.

  • This is a fun game for the whole family. Play it with your friends, parents, children, grandparents. Play it at work so that your boss can see that you are increasing your intellectual level and become more useful for the company.

CubeHub on Steam

AR-K: The Great Escape

AR-K: The Great Escape

After playing the first 2 episodes I can safely say that this is the best episode so far!!! The developers certainly improved the game quality in both ways: technically and direction-wise. The following points sums up the following:


  • Gameplay quality much improved from first 2 episodes

  • Puzzles more interesting

  • Protagonist given more depth in character

  • Story development much more natural

  • Render quality improved

  • This episode is much more bug free than previous 2 episodes

Real player with 27.8 hrs in game

It’s great when you come to a game and it’s a lot better than you thought it would be. While I enjoyed ar-k 1 and 2 and I do recommend those games to play first, this for me is a lot better - story, graphics, setting. The writing was very good and if you didn’t want to read everything, you didn’t need to click on that character’s bit of conversation but could come back to it if you wanted. I liked the humour, and it was witty in parts. It is the perfect balance of not just a good story which is vital in an adventure game but also good interactive gameplay.

Real player with 18.4 hrs in game

AR-K: The Great Escape on Steam

You Pilot A Piece Of S***: GAIDEN

You Pilot A Piece Of S***: GAIDEN

10 out of 10! A game about shit that is better than all the shit games out there now!

Pros: You are poo.

Cons: Not enough corn.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

My dream of role-playing as a turd has finally come true! It’s an interesting mix of flappy bird and gradius from a gameplay perspective; with one button for jumping and another for shooting. You can also gain extra life by collecting more turds.

The variety of enemies and levels slowly change the longer you play as well.


Recommend you change your buttons to something other than mouse 1 and 2 or you’ll get carpal tunnel!

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

You Pilot A Piece Of S***: GAIDEN on Steam

Big NEON Tower VS Tiny Square

Big NEON Tower VS Tiny Square

I love the arcade aesthetic of this game, and its very much like the original on coolmathgames.com, the only problem is, when i close the app it doesn’t register as closed and i have to shut down steam if i want to play it again. edit: the bug i mentioned is fixed

Real player with 81.2 hrs in game

Challenging but fun platformer game. Sooooo relieved there are checkpoints throughout to save my progress! Never thought being laughed at by Security boxes could feel so…personal haha :(. Love the neon theme and music, feels like the 80s.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

Big NEON Tower VS Tiny Square on Steam