Campfire Tales

Campfire Tales

*Note that this is a review for version 1.0.2

Playing status: 3x playthroughs, bad endings


Campfire Tales is a GB Studio game about three people that tell their stories on a camping trip. Three stories will be told by each person to make your camping trip worthwhile.


  • Different endings on each story


  • Clues for getting a good ending are too hard to find

  • Game over by choosing certain options in dialogues

  • Your save will be wiped right before you finished the game

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

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Campfire Tales on Steam



My opportunity to play CARNAL has come after hearing about it in the E1M1 Magazine blog. It sure does look and feel retro, but here are my ups and downs


-Neat and effective weaponry

-Diverse enemy lineup from your usual soldiers with weapons to T-Rexes with rocket launchers and self-operated lawn mowers, PLUS shopping carts with minds of their own

-Nice level visuals, giving the atmosphere of a pretty desolate environment overrun by the Sons of Anak clan

-Retro soundtrack, ranging from Quake levels of ambience to intensely amazing bangers

Real player with 28.3 hrs in game

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I like this game’s graphical style and level design (at least it’s not another ‘abstract sci-fi levels’ style retro-FPS) and there are many enemy types, but the whole game desperatly needs some polish.

The protagonist’s ‘pain sound’ is atrocious and the controls are sometimes very bad, you have to press jump to go up on a staircase, etc.

The enemies are too small and too silent (and too dumb) and technically they aren’t hitscan, but almost.

I understand that the creator of this game wants a life system instead of saving, but the game is way too hard in this way.

Real player with 12.2 hrs in game

CARNAL on Steam

The Last Exterminator

The Last Exterminator

Extermination pays the bills. Now the world is under attack, it’s time to make a killing.

The Last Exterminator brings back the adrenaline-fueled carnage of FPS games from the 90s such as Doom, Duke 3D, Blood and Quake.

You play as Kira Parker, a down-on-her-luck exterminator barely making ends meet. When working a job one night, an alien invasion starts tearing apart the city, and in the crossfire they manage to destroy the only thing that Parker had left; her van. With nothing left to lose, she fights her way through the streets to tackle the invasion head-on, and figure out just what the hell is happening in this city.

Battle your way through three episodes of action-packed, hand-crafted levels, full of frantic chaos and devious secrets. Arm yourself with 12 unique weapons, including Shotguns, Dual Uzis and the explosive Demolition Disc, and use them to take on an army featuring over 16 unique enemy types, from the lowly and plentiful Gruntroaches to the fierce and powerful Abomination, The Last Exterminator is a love letter to FPS games from the 90s and the action movies that inspired them.

Fully Moddable Engine

Running on Ironworks' own Mars Engine, The Last Exterminator contains a full suite of modding tools, including a fully featured in-engine level editor! Create your own maps and share them with friends, or even build entirely new campaigns!

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The Last Exterminator on Steam

Hair of the Dog

Hair of the Dog

This game is right up my alley! From the very beginning it oozes charm and hilarity. The pace is swift and the characters intriguing. I’ve smiled constantly and laughed out loud many times. It delivers straight away and is delightfully observed too - for anyone into history, literature, cinema. I think I’ll have to watch Tall Story Games closely and see what they do next!

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

I played this game after enjoying the demo for Lucy Dreaming - so much so that I joined the kick starter for it! This is a lovely game, beautifully made and with a great, dark sense of humour. The fact that this was made in just 2 weeks makes it even more impressive! A few of the puzzles really had me scratching my head (pun intended!) but it was always just difficult enough to be engaging, rather than infuriating.

If you liked this, then I highly recommend Lucy Dreaming.

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

Hair of the Dog on Steam



I got this game to get a steam achievement to display in my profile. However, steam “is still learning about this game” and i can’t add my achievement to my profile (yet). If the gameplay of this game is anything to go by, i don’t think it will ever be added. There is no real progression, and the way to do well is simply to cheese hard. If you can’t accumulate steam achievements, there isn’t really a point. That being said, it runs and doesn’t crash. So that’s something?

TL;DR get it if it’s cheap 4/10.

Real player with 10.0 hrs in game

Amazing game! Switching from csgo to full time squirrelmageddon

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

Squirrelmageddon! 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

Wholesome Slaughter

Wholesome Slaughter

As a man with slightly more than my fair share of hours on this marvelous experience, I believe I am one whomst beholdth the adequate knowledge to place a well thought out and honest review on this product. As previously stated, I have quite the record playing this game…and that is for a meritorious reason! This game…this formulation of bits and bytes of data, has amounted to even more than I ever thought possible in this feckless existence of ours. It has risen within me a purpose…a will to live. God blesseth this divine creation for the merits it has brought to my life…HUZZAH I SAY!!

Real player with 1325.7 hrs in game

What a fantastic game, honestly. Through 15 hours ive yet to encounter any bugs what so ever. Im a very big fan of the soundtrack and sound effects. The main theme actually makes a fantastic ringtone. I can see myself continuing to hop onto this game and try a speed run attempt anytime im bored and looking for something to kill some time on

Real player with 23.4 hrs in game

Wholesome Slaughter on Steam

Filthy Frank Kart

Filthy Frank Kart

so te game is pretty good, have some bugs, and things, i am pretty bad in the game but it’s fun,

and the water on the is horrible i die all the time could you the game be more easy please and with less water,

i totaly recomend

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

I really like this game. excited to see the final release!

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Filthy Frank Kart on Steam

Terror of Hemasaurus

Terror of Hemasaurus

Play as a giant monster and wreak havoc on humanity in this retro city smash ‘em up! Punch buildings, slap helicopters, eat humans, kick cars – enjoy multiple ways to cause carnage! Satisfying arcade action and mindless destruction for up to 4-players!

Earth is on the brink of a climate catastrophe! The Church of the Holy Lizard hatches a dubious plan to save humanity from its own reckless disregard of the planet – unleash a monster to kill, destroy, and inflict terror!

Embark on a rampaging trail of total devastation across multiple stages as one of four recently defrosted monsters. Roar with delight as you stomp terrified citizens and pulverise buildings in an apocalyptic, retro arcade blast of awesome monsters, satisfying destruction, and farcical fatalities!

Terror of Hemasurus is the latest game from Super Blood Hockey creator, Loren Lemcke.


Hemasaurus! Clocksloth! Salamandrah! Autonomous Hemasaurus! Four terrifying (but also kind of adorable) beasts, each with their own killer moves!


Explosive pixel devastation and mayhem on a monstrous scale! Reduce buildings to dust. Topple skyscrapers. Destroy everything!


Hurl humans into helicopter blades! Butt slam into crowds of terrified citizens! Eat people for nourishment! Smoosh them all to save the planet!


Do what the game tells you across a variety of levels! Kick cars into buildings! Rescue the cats and dogs! Total a tower in record time!


Got buddies? Good for you! Put them to use by getting them to join you for some local co-op carnage! Up to four friends can cause terror together!

Terror of Hemasaurus on Steam

The Lot

The Lot

Take an atmospheric journey in a fresh, critically acclaimed format of a hand-drawn point-and-click comic-book. When a freeloading owner of a blue Mustang drives through without paying for the ticket, Harry Hunter, freelance parking attendant, ventures inside the lot to Make. Him. Pay. ™.

Just like our other interactive comics, upon finishing the game you can print out your entire adventure path in the form of an actual 30-50 page comic book. In response to (very positive! :) ) player feedback on previous games, this adventure includes multiple paths, endings and side-quests spanning thousands of lines of dialog tightly packed in a 2 hour narrative.


  • every interaction in the game world (such as talking, picking up items, using objects etc.) creates a new comic panel, furthering the story

  • hundreds of unique hand-drawn (and hand-scanned!) content rich panels for all the various combinations

  • improved replay value with multiple endings, sidequests, achievements and many different ways to solve the game mysteries

  • when the player ends the game, he is given the option to print out his gameplay in a comic book format

  • a new game+ option with a developer commentary track when you finish the game

The Lot on Steam