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

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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



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

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

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Classic puzzle gameplay with a twist.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Squidoku on Steam



You’re going to enjoy this game if you’re playing in single player mode… but you will have missed out on something really special. This game was designed for you to be sitting next to your friend. I play a significant amount of co-op games, but Rez Plz scratches an itch I didn’t know I had. They turned “friendly fire” on its head and gave me a world that I can spend hours in, ignoring story, and just mess around with a buddy.

The puzzles were fun. The pixel art is super creative with really cool death animations and sprites. The game mechanics put a very refreshing twist on a platformer.

Real player with 14.8 hrs in game

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tbh its the game that i didnt know i was waiting to play , it should get more attention the mechanics in this game are amazing each level intrduces a new ability a new puzzle , the dialog is funny the story is ehh but tbh this is the type of game where you can enjoy everything from the funny deaths to the rezzing to the soundtrack and to the weird glitches that make you restart the level

Real player with 13.1 hrs in game

REZ PLZ 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

Golf Club Wasteland

Golf Club Wasteland

A neat little mini-golf game set in the post apocalypse. The vibes are pretty depressing, since you ARE golfing in the wasteland, but it’s easily offset by RADIO NOSTALGIA FROM MARS!!!! (There used to be a mini review here but I’m done with this game for now)

After trying out iron mode for 5-6 hours, I can confidently say that this mode is a gimmick and that the developers did not play-test this mode at all. Want proof? Check out the achievement statistics, you’ll see that the Iron mode achievement has a VERY low % of the players completing it. Clearly, this a cardinal sin of laziness, with the developers thinking that it’s okay to slap a mode like this into the game and market it but not attempt it themselves. This is a ridiculous challenge in of itself, the weakest point of the game, and you bet your ass that I’m going to give some brutally honest feedback for it.

Real player with 26.6 hrs in game

I’m not recommending this game because the whole package is a bit of a mess, but it does has its merits.

Without talking too much about the story, it’s a bit of a mess in that when you go through and re-read it, things don’t match up or just aren’t very well told. There’s a story here, and then there’s another telling of another tiny story, and those two somewhat contradict each other a bit. The stories told on the radio are also fantastic on their own, but it paints a bit of an incongruent history that might be a bit too scathing for the things it has a bias against; to the point where it sorta ignores how the world works…but I mean, it’s a story; there’s nothing wrong with that besides making it a bit unbelieveable.

Real player with 6.4 hrs in game

Golf Club Wasteland on Steam

A Pretty Odd Bunny

A Pretty Odd Bunny

Note: I received a free copy of this game from the developer with the intention for me to review it.

So, first things first, A Pretty Odd Bunny is hard as nails stealth platformer that despite it’s cute appearance, has some pretty violent aspects to it, making it a poor choice for a younger audience. Do not go into this expecting a kids' game, because your ass will promptly be handed to you by it’s many perils.

I really enjoyed how fresh this game felt. I’ve played a lot of platformers over the years, I would even say it’s one of my favourite genres, but a lot of them can feel very samey or average. A Pretty Odd Bunny keeps the platforming gameplay fresh by adding in some stealth elements. You cannot attack your foes, you will need to find ways to avoid or sneak past them. There are other levels that change things up additionally by chasing you with a overflow of carrots, or making you ride in a minecart.

Real player with 10.1 hrs in game

After completing it, i can safely say it’s a extremely fun game

it’s short, simple, cute, and just fun

it’s visuals and art style combined with it’s mild gore and central theme feels very reminiscent of newgrounds platformer game

There’s not much to say besides that if you’re looking for a simple but addicting fun game or want something cute or want bunnies(although one that eats pigs) then i’d highly recommend it especially for it’s price.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

A Pretty Odd Bunny on Steam

Cheat or Die

Cheat or Die

Nice little game. It get you addicted pretty easily. 5/7 would cheat again

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Always cheat! And not only during the exams!

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Cheat or Die on Steam

Pipe Dreamin' VR: The Big Easy

Pipe Dreamin' VR: The Big Easy

A clever combination of VR puzzle games and VR climbing games.

Real player with 6.0 hrs in game

I was a fan of the old 2D puzzlers Pipe Mania and Pipe Dream, and this is a worthy VR successor. If you can tolerate a few minor imperfections and you are driven by steam achievements then it’s a fun 2.5 hours of 3D puzzling. For some strange reason it started as a slide show and I had to turn my SteamVR resolution down to 1700 x 1700 before my RTX 3060ti would make 90 fps on my Vive Pro 2, yet it still looked full resolution.

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

Pipe Dreamin' VR: The Big Easy on Steam



The story is set in a dystopic world. Our main character is a journalist that, hate the “President” when he gives a controversial speech. She calls him an idiot and gets arrested. She is then given a chance for a better place if she can complete the contest alive. The contest is made through several stages, each stage has traps and challenges similar to ones in old platformer games. The player must memorize the patterns to complete levels. The game is hard according to testers thus we didn’t add any difficulty settings for now. In the game, some levels have timers and extra challenges. For example, if the player misses all shots, they need to restart the level.

PrisonShow on Steam

What Lies in the Multiverse

What Lies in the Multiverse

What Lies in the Multiverse is a story-driven 2D adventure that one could call a dramatic comedy. Filled to the brim with hilarious, cartoonish hijinks, the narrative also presents the player with mature and deep themes like death, envy, and obsession.

Things inevitably go batshit crazy very fast in the Multiverse when you discover the ability to travel between parallel worlds. These worlds are alternate versions of each level and differ in aesthetic, theme, and physicality. Switching between them allows you to solve logical and spatial challenges and to progress the story.

Seamless Transformations

Would you like to change the game world on the fly? Now you can! Can’t reach a ledge? Bam! Switch worlds mid-air. Afraid of sliding around in an icy environment? Alternate to another universe for firmer ground! Just be careful when messing with gravity…

Diverse World

Embark on a journey across a variety of gorgeous pixel-art worlds, each offering something unique. Explore temples, towns, harbors, the wilderness and more as you race to unlock the secrets of the Multiverse.

Colorful Cast of Characters

Meet a bunch of quirky but compelling characters such as Everett, your eventual genius companion. Picture a sarcastic, eccentric Albert Einstein. Then there’s EZ, a mysterious figure everyone fondly remembers but can’t describe. Or ZENITH, a group of enigmatic and shadowy figures always breathing down your neck.

A Deeper Story

While staying true to its light-hearted nature, the story’s poignancy builds as you progress. A rollercoaster of laughter, joy, and sorrow awaits.

What Lies in the Multiverse on Steam