Negative Nancy

Negative Nancy

Negative Nancy is an social introvert’s wet dream.

Negative Nancy is a modern take on the classic CYOA genre with a modern twist that will humor, amuse, and entertain you.

Negative Nancy is the “No” simulator that you wished was your real life when you worked/work at your retail job that you hate.

Negative Nancy is everything and more.

Negative Nancy…

is the negativity in your life, processed and refined, polished and packaged with care-

so that your life can be

a little more


Real player with 24.8 hrs in game

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“Nancester, we’re doing a review on your game. Would you like to say a few words about it?”


“Come on, Nancester. Tell people why they should play Negative Nancy. Is it for my dashing good looks?”


“My charming wit?”


“My heroic deeds?”


“My spiffy hairdo?”


“Nancester, come on. Don’t be such a grump. Should they at least play it?”


“I’ll take that as not a no!”

Real player with 11.3 hrs in game

Negative Nancy on Steam

Air Marty

Air Marty

An…interesting game. First, let me talk about the downsides of this game: some typos in the game and some of the minigames were either a bit hard or the controls were a bit finicky (I wasn’t sure which it was in all honesty). Both issues I have with the game are actually pretty small overall. I did thoroughly enjoy myself playing this game, so that definitely outweighed any downside I had with the game. There are a total of 64 (technically 65) endings, which I did love. I didn’t realize at first that I could use the continue feature to pick points in the game so I can get the various endings a lot quicker than redoing the whole game every single time. I expected a comedy (which it most definitely is) but I wasn’t prepared for a dark comedy (which a lot of the endings get pretty dark, so a warning for anyone who is sensitive to dark jokes and

! themes of suicide/self harm). Strangely enough, I did also thoroughly enjoy the artwork in-game. It was varied and some were (purposefully?) odd/bad, but it was unique and added another comedic effect to the game.

Real player with 10.2 hrs in game

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The game was worth the money and time I spent with it. This is this developers first game, you can definitely feel it. There is a level of polish missing that while isn’t too distracting is definitely notable.

The game takes quite a long time to launch. There is a button binded that brings you directly back to the menu instead of a pause screen. There is a button that skips the menu that takes you directly to the level select. You can spam these buttons and reload the menus really fast and cause the soundtrack to restart rapidly. The way certain controls feel on multiple levels feel very floaty and weird. Not being able to skip through the dialogue fast enough to replay a mini-game can be a chore, especially if the mini-game isn’t very self explanatory and you can fail some of them instantly.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

Air Marty on Steam

Clarence Goes to the F&#%ING Store

Clarence Goes to the F&#%ING Store

This game was amazing, the humor was fantastic and I really enjoyed the art style. If you’re looking for something quick I would recommend you try this out. 10/10

Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

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I’ve only played through 2 endings so far, but I had to come here to say this is amazing. Well worth the tiny price. When’s the last time a game made you laugh out loud in an empty apartment? It’s simple, a visual novel, not “challenging” at all, but if you enjoy dark humor you’ll have a good time.

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

Clarence Goes to the F&#%ING Store on Steam

WTF Is Wrong With You?

WTF Is Wrong With You?

This Game! Bro… This game Right here! I haven’t actually finished it, because there are a LOT of questions…. But what I did play was super funny! I played this on Twitch. Me, my chat, and even hubby who was in the room with me were cracking up! We were blown away by some of these questions and DEF NOT for kids… But fun and hilarious for streaming if you want a fun interactive just chatting game. 10 out of 10 recommend for adults

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

Code word: Basic

Woul rate this game with a 6/10 (In comparison their game “The Journey - Episode 1” of the same developer would get a 10/10 from me.)


  • Unique

  • Nice art

  • Interesting questions

  • Potential to make you accidentally shout “What? No way!” at your screen out loud XD ( – Actually did that. My poor soft-hearted pet nearly had a heart attack XD)

  • Got a bit faster to the point in the beginning than in the Test series, though sadly not as fast as in the journey.

  • You get to add a code word to your “collection”

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

WTF Is Wrong With You? on Steam

Survivor Dieland

Survivor Dieland

Codeword: Hag.

So, I recommend this, because playing it made me feel good and smile. It is by far not my favourite of the test games, but it is well worth its money in my opinion.


  • Short but entertaining

  • Interesting questions that you actually have to think about

  • Reading the results was highly amusing and made me feel good. I think that needs to be emphasized considering that survival is a rather serious business. On that note:

  • The outlandish scenarious you are confronted with are quite nice. Managed to take me off guard once or twice, which is refreshing.

Real player with 1.2 hrs in game

Secret word: Shark-bite

While I’ve enjoyed a good amount of the other games, I would say this is one that isn’t really worth playing. I never want to down vote small studio games because I know that it can affect how many other people buy the game. This one still felt like a miss on my end. If you’re looking for a game that has interesting questions and provides you with a short story at the end of the game, then you should play it– but this was just not my kinda game. I don’t plan on refunding it though, because it brought a little enjoyment. Just not enough to recommend it to other friends/users.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

Survivor Dieland on Steam

Fit For a King

Fit For a King

Fit For a King is a relatively short game but is definitely an enjoyable experience. The whole game is centred around the summit that you will be throwing and your main goal is to outspend your rival.

Like the trailer says, you can pretty much do anything, from executing a foreign ambassador to marrying a literal piece of sh- ahem refuse.

At times it can seem a bit aimless and it can be hard to find the clues to get things you need but otherwise is quite fun and definitely worth a play.

Real player with 15.8 hrs in game

The game has a weak and slow start, don’t let this dissuade you. The controls are dated and supposed to feel like a mid to late 80’s crpg, but are way more straight forward and easy to understand then those ever were back then without 200 page manuals. Once you can get a good grasp of the controls the game opens up and the gameplay starts. For the most part it’s a puzzle game with some loot hunting in it. The humor is pretty good and the mix of both serious and silly just strikes that perfect balance. It’s only really down fall and biggest selling point is that it’s short and sweet and complete. It left me wanting more, which is rare for most game these days. It made me want to give ultima another shot or some other Crpgs. I guess some minor things that made me sad was that while there was a ton of lines for the NPCs I wish there was more , and by extension more tasks or quests. (Spoiler) Another minor thing was that it’s never explained in game that some walls can be walked through as a sort of secret entrance.

Real player with 8.3 hrs in game

Fit For a King 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

Whateverland: Prologue

Whateverland: Prologue

This is a great Demo that has made me very interested in donating to the Kickstarter and I strongly hope it succeeds as I would love to see the full game. The art style, gameplay mechanics and quirky writing are very good for a teaser, really appeals to my weird sense of humour. It reminds me a lot of Pinstripe, another dark comedy indie game I love but this game seems to offer more replay value.

My two biggest complaints are 1) the Voice Acting needs improving, the voices for the supporting characters are fine enough they have a fitting quirkiness to them but the Voice of the main character is honestly quite dull, since this is just a demo for the Kickstarter it’s understandable, I just hope final version has better voice and 2) I was stuck at the Pickpocketing segment as no matter what buttons I pressed I couldn’t return the pick I had selected to replace it with one I needed, maybe I missed something and if so would apreciate it if someone told me, I hope this mechanic becomes more understandable how to use in full release.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

This game introduction episode, imo, is charming and witty.

Being a free Prologue, this is obviously a short enticement for the full game.

Exploring the area, mechanics, design, dialogue, acting, story and puzzles were fun, smooth and a really good incentive to complete the adventure.

I found the characters to be delightful and already, am invested in them and the storyline.

My second run-thru, to complete the achievements, was quick, with the skip scene abilities, except for some scenes, and the alternate dialogues were interesting.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Whateverland: Prologue on Steam

After School Murder Club!!

After School Murder Club!!

it may look a bit different but let me tell you: this was the most exciting and fun visual novel game I’ve played in a while and it’s 100% worth trying!

and yes, with 9 hours I’ve only got one ending so far (still gotta get the other one’s!) so.. if you take your time with reading the dialogues, you get a lot for a free (!!) game.

ps. Pain(t)-kun still haunts me in my dreams (and I ain’t complaining)

Real player with 9.7 hrs in game

I wasn’t sure about this title at first, but I ended up enjoying it in the end.

Apparently this started out as a practice/joke visual novel, and it definitely shows, but it knows what it is: a satirical jab at anime tropes with an overall silly plotline. There are references to popculture and memes throughout. Heck, one of the first things the main character says is “Gotta go fast!”

The artstyle isn’t really anything to write home about. The characters seem to have been made with some kind of anime dress up doll programs, which causes a bit of whiplash when the actually drawn scenes show up thanks to how different they look.

Real player with 6.8 hrs in game

After School Murder Club!! on Steam

Vegas Tales

Vegas Tales

The owner of the fabulous Bellflower Casino Hotel in Las Vegas is terminally ill. Having devoted his life to running his hotel, he never made time for family or friends. With no obvious heir, he’s hired you to help him choose the right person to inherit the Bellflower. He narrowed his list of candidates down to a small group of people who have strong personal connections to the hotel, but whom he knows little else about. They’ve agreed to be interviewed by you under the pretense that you’re writing a book about the Bellflower Hotel. None of them know what’s truly at stake. It’s up to you to get to know these people and determine which of them is most worthy of inheriting the Bellflower. This will be no easy task, as the group contains some unique and memorable characters who will make your decision quite difficult. Be careful though, as there may be more to some than meets the eye.

Vegas Tales on Steam