The Last Day of Adolf

The Last Day of Adolf

Shot my dog, found some poison and some wine but can’t seem to use/drink either. Not sure what I’m supposed to do at this point.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

I would give this game a positive review, but it seems unfinished to me, like a late beta in need of final content and copyediting passes.

I really like the pixel art, and the music loop has a simple “Wolfenstein 3D” sound to it that evokes memories of the early 1990’s era. As a student of WW2 history, I like the concept; to be sure, making the game at all skirts the limits of taste, and it would take a skilled writer to make the game humorous without being offensive – though the many parody videos of Hitler’s ranting in the movie “Downfall” show this is possible.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

The Last Day of Adolf on Steam

Metal as Phuk

Metal as Phuk

This is not your typical RPG Maker “jrpg”, with your standard typecasted heroes. The characters have well written personalities and interactive dialogue that is just unseen on most “jrpg’s” (and that statement is not exclusive to rpg-maker games, I mean rpg’s in general). While the plot and the direction are somewhat linear, the pc’s are what make it gold. It’s like reading a really good book with fleshed out characters that say things that bring the game to life. I have rarely played rpg’s that actually have dialogue interaction with enemies and bosses throughout the battle itself, and the dialogue is not repetitive. It is rich and full of humor, sprinkled with jokes and funny innuendos throughout the entire game. Moreover, it abstains from the beaten path of stereotypical backgrounds and played out motivations. Pontius, one of the main characters, is not a stereotypical mage and almost sets the stage for what good things you can expect for the rest of the game.

Real player with 13.6 hrs in game

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RPG Maker - I start with this - most obvious and for me it usually keeps me a bay.

That would be the only negative.

Now let’s look at what is good in this game.

Story - not too complex, not too plain. Just enough to make player tied to the developing progress and expand the game beyond fight&survive.

Humor is sometimes for a bit more mature audience, but even kids would get it and is not bad at all. Dialogues between (later) four party members are pretty cool.

Combat - we all know RPG maker combat, and this one is best of breed (what RPG maker can offer). Not to bad, not to difficult, not too easy. Graphics - you can see on screenshots, I like it. Skills and Spells are well balanced and each next level each char gets new spell or ability.

Real player with 11.6 hrs in game

Metal as Phuk on Steam

Safe Climbing

Safe Climbing

Soooo funny! You die lots of times, in some hilarious ways. Traps are challeging and you have to discover how to avoid them, needing some witness and skills. I’m trying to compete in the ranking!

Retro look and feel makes it still better, it reminds me some of those video games rooms from the 90’s.

Good investment!

Real player with 16.1 hrs in game

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You will love this game as much as you will hate it (wich is a lot) . Very fun to play , nice controls and keeps pushing you to the next trap

Highly Recommended . Nice work Flat Cat Games

Real player with 9.8 hrs in game

Safe Climbing on Steam

City Quest

City Quest

Okay, so far I’m only two hours (on record) in playing this game, on my first play through and have no idea how far into the game I am and just how much there is left to go. I saw this pop up on Steam, thought it looked quirky and interesting and decided to wait for a sale and when it happened I snapped it up. The only regret I have is in waiting so long, this game is worth it at full price.

This game may not be for everyone as it makes you think out of the box, I understand that the box these days is “Here is a gun, go shoot things” but I’m talking about in adventure game terms.

Real player with 18.0 hrs in game

It feels odd to be proud of licking everything in a section of the game (or nearly everything) but it is this kind of bizarre behavior that is rewarded in City Quest. The storylines (there are four) are amusing and the music is a true tribute to nostalgia. My hands-down favorite part of the game is the ENDLESS amount of amusing text the developers must have written to cover every conceivable object looked at, licked or fondled.

Real player with 14.5 hrs in game

City Quest on Steam

Baobabs Mausoleum Ep.1: Ovnifagos Don´t Eat Flamingos

Baobabs Mausoleum Ep.1: Ovnifagos Don´t Eat Flamingos

For a more in depth review, tune into the video below:

Otherwise, here’s a summarized pros and cons list on why I don’t recommend the game at full price. But first, a primer to the game.


Baobab’s Mausoleum EP 1 is a retro styled point and click made into the JRPG format (meaning instead of clicking per se, you’ll be using the WASD keys to move and the spacebar to interact with items). Before you begin any gameplay section, the game frontloads you with 2 pieces of information. Firstly that this mysterious town of Flamingo’s Creek is a horrific place, termed a place that only appears in nightmares, and secondly that a murderer is on the loose in the town.

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game

I enjoyed this game, even if it isn’t really a stellar example of its genre. The aesthetic is lovely, spooky yet charming, and the soundtrack works really well with the graphics.

However, it definitely looks like the person who wrote the dialogue is not a native English speaker. There’s nothing wrong with not having perfect spelling, grammar, and punctuation in your general typing, but when producing a game it’s a great idea to have a professional editor or at least a native English speaking friend to look over your dialogue before release. I spent a lot of time trying to figure out what the dialogue meant and fixing the errors in my head, which really spoiled my immersion.

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

Baobabs Mausoleum Ep.1: Ovnifagos Don´t Eat Flamingos on Steam

Evil Wizard

Evil Wizard

Evil Wizard is a humor-filled action RPG featuring metroidvania elements and carefully crafted pixel-art environments. As a defeated villain who barely survived a tough fight, you’ll have to face an army of so-called heroes to recover what’s rightfully yours. Rediscover your powers, infiltrate your own castle, unleash devastating spells, and purge your ancestral home of these miserable excuses for an enemy. Are you ready to get your hands dirty? It’s time to be the bad guy for a change!

A quest fueled by revenge

Face off against hordes of enemies, avoid deadly traps, and solve challenging puzzles as you reclaim the halls of your castle from the heroes that now live within it!

Metroidvania-inspired Design

Explore carefully-crafted locations and navigate intricate levels. Use your skills and elements to interact with the in-game world and unlock new paths.

High-Paced Skill-based Combat

Deal devastating melee blows, unlock earth-shattering spells and dash around the map to crush your foes. You’ll be in full control of every battle!

Elements and forces To Master

Control the power of fire, ice, void, lightning, and earth. Mix various elements to unleash devastating attacks and exploit your enemies’ weaknesses!

Unique Enemies and Boss Fights

Fine-tune your character to defeat increasingly more challenging enemies. Choose among dozens of upgrades as you get ready to vanquish an array of bosses, each with their own skills and combat style!

“There are songs that still tell the tale of the heroes’ most daring deeds. After a long battle against the Evil Wizard, the castle he called home was sieged and swarmed and the wretchful minions that served him for generations were slain by the dozens. While the corrupt villain himself managed to escape, the day marked an amazing victory for the forces of good…”

Or did it, really?!

Evil Wizard 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](*

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](*


![Baobabs Mausoleum Ep.2: 1313 Barnabas Dead End Drive]( "")

## Baobabs Mausoleum Ep.2: 1313 Barnabas Dead End Drive

One of the 2 most different games that I've played!

*– [Real player with 27.3 hrs in game](*


+good soundtrack

+consistent over-the-top atmosphere

+decent writing (apart from virtue signaling "racist rights" joke)


+nice sprites


-short (my playtime is not accurate because I AFKd, it's actually around 2-4 hours)

-have to play previous free game and buy next episode If you want to understand what's going on

-no tutorial or even key remapping/guide (I played with controller and got seriously stuck because one crucial mechanic was not possible to use with it)

-clunky controls (character changes direction with delay), only crucial in one fight

*– [Real player with 6.1 hrs in game](*


![Campfire Tales]( "")

## Campfire Tales

*Note that this is a review for version 1.0.2

**Playing status:** 3x playthroughs, bad endings

### Intro

**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](*


![Cubic Currency]( "")

## Cubic Currency

A charming indie game with character. Hot take on capitalism


- excellent worldbuilding

- immersive experience: soundtrack, sound effects, and art are very well done

- fun and nuanced gameplay that keeps you coming back

- balances randomness and skill well

- well planned achievements


- seems a little too easy (i've won each of my first 3 runs without many difficulties) – let capitalism be more brutal! (or, have different difficulty settings--that's probably a better way to do it)

- as far as i can tell, there isn't "save game" functionality? either that or it's not intuitive how to use it. could be a nice thing to add

*– [Real player with 4.7 hrs in game](*

Full Disclosure. I bought this game at 90% off. It was less than a dollar, so at that price i really can't complain for myself.

Now if you buy it at full price, it might be a little short for that price tag as I finished it in just over 3 hours. The game has enough elements to make some days/levels a bit intense, especially with the last character. Which is good because without the juggling of customers and the negative dice types, the game would be waaay too easy. And if you want to achievement hunt the game to 100% then you'll probably get maybe an extra hour or two of gameplay.

*– [Real player with 3.1 hrs in game](*